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Old 07-06-2003, 07:35 PM   #16
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Man those are some good bearings! were did you get them from ...I have a set in my CUda right now and I love them to death!! als they only need a small drop of Royal Oil... to get the most from them

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alrighty , i'll have to pick up some of that royal oil, 2 drops per bearing be enough? and will they be ok with no lube until then?

btw i got them from rainbowten, if they don't have the ones you need they will get them in for you.
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Old 07-06-2003, 08:44 PM   #17
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nEVER HEAR OF bREAK FREE OIL, WHAT IS SO GOOD ABOUT THIS OIL IN COMPARISON TO OTHER TYPES ALREADY ON THE MARKET.

ANY ONE HAVE ANY IDEAS?
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hey guys, i've got a set of squat "ultimate dry bearings"
because they are dry, does this meen i don't need to lube them?
thanks for your help
Although the Squat bearings aren't Ceremic or carbite, but they are the best bearings you can buy in the market! I use nothing but Squat bearings even if they don't have the full kits one. Each and every single bearing goes to microscopic QC and testing. All you really need is to lightly lube them, but sometimes I don't even lube them if they came in their pouch becuase they've prelubed them well enough and will last a very long time.

Congrats on owning the best bearings in the world!

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Old 07-06-2003, 09:20 PM   #19
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where can i get these types of bearings? does the company have a website? thanks in advance!
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Congrats on owning the best bearings in the world!

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thanks! i knew they were good, but didn't relize they are the best. i'm gonna get the squat ones for my mini-z aswell.

sup - if you look up the page a bit you will see that i got them from rainbowten. as for the company webpage, don't know sorry, but if anyone does please let us know!
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Old 07-06-2003, 10:16 PM   #21
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Nothing much going on with their site but here it goes.

http://www.squat.co.jp/rcbearing-squat/rc.htm

btw, I don't work nor have any affilations with them. Just though you'all should know. LOL

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thanks! guess i would get them at rainbowten then..
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I take the seals off my bearing and put them into an ultrasonic cleaner. i then spray off with 100% alch and relube them with sonic drops from hurricane
Ultrasonic cleaner? Is that a product from Acer racing?
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My dads machine shop has the heavy duty cleaning tanks and i just drop them in there. I know integy makes one of these. Just get some 90 percent alch. from walgreens put it in the bin and put ur bearings in. Then let her shake for about an hour. Should be clean.
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nEVER HEAR OF bREAK FREE OIL, WHAT IS SO GOOD ABOUT THIS OIL IN COMPARISON TO OTHER TYPES ALREADY ON THE MARKET.

ANY ONE HAVE ANY IDEAS?
Break Free is often called a CLP. Cleaner, Lube Protectant (against corrosion). It is very common for guns and is often used by itself inplace of a solvent and sererate lube. You should be able to find it in any gun shop.
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I use a cheap battery powered jewlery cleaner from Wal-Mart and fill it with motor spray and let it do its thing. Then I lube lightly with Trinity royal oil.

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