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Old 03-10-2010, 06:56 PM   #1
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Seen and read a bunch of different things on cleaning ball bearings. rctvlive.com has a guy from one of the bearing companys telling how to maintain them. Is that how most of you do it? I guess since he works with bearings as a job his info is probably good. I hope.
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Seen and read a bunch of different things on cleaning ball bearings. rctvlive.com has a guy from one of the bearing companys telling how to maintain them. Is that how most of you do it? I guess since he works with bearings as a job his info is probably good. I hope.
normally i will open the shield of the bearing, then clean wit motor cleaner and then put 1 drop of Teflon oil..
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They're a buck a piece, I don't 'maintain' bearings, I just replace them.
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