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Old 10-19-2008, 02:46 AM   #1
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Has anyone ever ordered bearings from www.abec35.com?

I am thinking about ordering bearings from them and wanted to see if anyone had any experience with them.

And if you know of any other places to buy bearings from please list them.

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Boca Bearing, Avid Bearings
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Avid is cheap and fast on shipping.
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ceramic nitride bearings, kits for most top end and popular chassis...
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http://www.acerracing.com/
Lol the mi3 bearing set is 20 bux more than the actually schumie ones
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I have their bearings in all my cars and non have yet to fail with my horrid driving
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Has anyone ever ordered bearings from www.abec35.com?

I am thinking about ordering bearings from them and wanted to see if anyone had any experience with them.

And if you know of any other places to buy bearings from please list them.

Thanks.
i have ABEC35's bearings in my serpent S400 and they er working great, i have tryed both ABEC3 and 5 and must say spend the 2 or 3 extra $ per set, and buy the ABEC5 they er really great.

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Old 10-23-2008, 02:04 PM   #10
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Has anyone ever ordered bearings from www.abec35.com?

I am thinking about ordering bearings from them and wanted to see if anyone had any experience with them.

And if you know of any other places to buy bearings from please list them.

Thanks.
Nope not yet - but I will in a very short time!!!

One of my good friends and race bodies odered from Abec35 just two weeks ago I think.
I had his order just two or three day later. It was damn fast service!

I was able to try out the bearings, and I thought they worked great! - and I even think it was the cheapest ones he had bought.

So try them out for your selves and exsperience them. I'd say they are worth it!

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