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Old 04-19-2006, 10:38 AM   #1
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Default Off road motor bearings

Do off road racers use any special techniques to deal with the extra grit and dirt that oiled motor bearings attract? Should I be running shielded bearings on my mod motor? Anyone try sealed bearings?
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i run on a verry loose and dusty track I dont use any thing special i just make sure the berring is well oiled before every run and after each run i fully disssasemble the morot an thorugly clean it

they really dont collect that much dirt
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