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Old 01-31-2006, 07:30 AM   #1
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What do you all use? I run a FT TC4. I have been running Acer Racing BB.. Just wondering what you all use.

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What do you all use? I run a FT TC4. I have been running Acer Racing BB.. Just wondering what you all use.

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Boca Ceramic is the best way to go...... but expensive
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boca bearing are top qaulity and by the time you buy multiple other bearings you will have paid for the anyways. call boca and ask for jason tell him T-BONE told you where to get hooked up i think you"ll be very happy after that. ceramics also come in 2 versions. sealed or metal shield, which only those you can open & clean then use whatever weight of oil or grease that you want for the application at that time. good luck


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boca bearing are top qaulity and by the time you buy multiple other bearings you will have paid for the anyways. call boca and ask for jason tell him T-BONE told you where to get hooked up i think you"ll be very happy after that. ceramics also come in 2 versions. sealed or metal shield, which only those you can open & clean then use whatever weight of oil or grease that you want for the application at that time. good luck


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what version would you go with?

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I like the round sealed ones
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oh another "whats best" thread....

its BEST if you use search and type in "what is best bearing"
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