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Old 07-25-2012, 02:48 AM
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i have a associated b4 bought some of the j concept front wheels and the bearing just always want to easily come out of the wheels i'm using the right bearings just wondering if i got a bad set r if other people have had this problem with the rulux front rims
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Old 07-25-2012, 08:40 AM
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i have a associated b4 bought some of the j concept front wheels and the bearing just always want to easily come out of the wheels i'm using the right bearings just wondering if i got a bad set r if other people have had this problem with the rulux front rims
That's common. The bearings are put in and taken out a lot so they're not going to fit in very tight. You just have to be careful and work over the table. That happens with any wheel from any manufacture, not just the JC wheel.
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I have a couple sets of those wheels for a b4 and the bearings fit really loose in all of them.
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You wouldn't want them too tight, it would bind the wheel and effect steering and speed.
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