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Old 02-15-2005, 01:49 AM   #1
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Any preference on ceramic bearings for tc3. Will they make much of a difference from the factory team kit ones. If so what brands are recomended? All help welcome thanks.
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ACER & Boca are both top brands that give you the rating and have been around for some time. I think Surge also sell some.
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trinity also makes them. But I would go with the acer. they seem to do the best and they actually the cheapest.
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What kind of maintenance do the Acer bearings require?
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Most ceramic bearings require little to no maintenance. They wear very slowly even dry, and when they do wear (most will go through a breaking-in period), they self-lubricate.

The only maintenance I'd think necessary is to make sure the bearings open to outside dust and debris aren't getting any grit in them.
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Im going with ACER, and going online to look for the best price and availibility.Many thanks to all of you for the advice.AT THE TONE DRIVERS.
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