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02-27-2010, 08:00 AM
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Inline Bearings question

just got around to cleaning my bearings for the first time in awhile. after cleaning them i noticed the six little ball bearings are no longer are spaced out correctly around the ring and they move and rattle. just wondering if they are shot, or can i still use them?

first time ive ever cleaned bearings, im new to inline hockey

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haha nm, i forgot about the plastic guard that keeps them spaced out properly, im an idiot, close this thread

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No, actually it does sound like your bearings are shot.

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