Ethic Bearing Set 4-PackEUR 12,95
Supreme Abec 5 BearingEUR 1,95
Root Bearings 4-PackEUR 17,95
Tilt Better Bearings 4-packEUR 14,95 EUR 11,95
Ethic DTC 12 STD Bearings 4-PackEUR 20,95
North Polar BearingsEUR 14,95
Bronson G3 Bearings 8-PackEUR 38,95 EUR 34,95
Mosaic Titanium Abec 7 Bearings 8-packEUR 29,95
Bronson G2 Bearings 8-PackEUR 22,95 EUR 20,95
Longway Vortex Retail Scooter Bearings 20-PackEUR 164,95
Bronson G3 Pro Bearings 8-PackEUR 38,95 EUR 37,95
When It’s Time for New Scooter Bearings
A good set of scooter bearings is necessary to keep your pro scooter wheels running as smoothly as possible. The front wheel and the back wheel contain 2 bearings each, and they are easily replaceable when that time comes. The time to replace the scooter bearings is when they start to make a crunching sound, or they aren’t spinning freely. This makes it harder to gain speed and requires more effort from the rider.
Check out this simple guide and video on How to install bearings in a scooter wheel.
Are All Pro Scooter Bearings the Same Size?
The scooter wheel bearings size for almost all scooters on the market is size 608. This is made to fit an axle with a diameter of 8 mm, which is the standard axle size of pro scooter wheels. This is the same bearing size and type that is used on many other urban sports equipment, such as skateboards and roller skates.
The Differences in Ball Bearings
Bearings for scooters come in various materials that vary in durability and quality. Within each bearing, there are 7 or 8 pre-lubricated balls that are commonly made from steel or ceramic. Steel bearings are strong and the most cost-effective, while ceramic bearings are high quality and run even smoother than steel models.
The ABEC scale is used to measure the tolerance and precision of the bearings, using only odd numbers from 1 to 9. The higher the ABEC number, the higher the precision and tighter the tolerance. Not all bearing brands use the ABEC scale, but that does not necessarily mean that they are of poor quality.
The best scooter bearings for you might be different from other scooter riders. If you want to find out even more useful information about scooter bearings, then check out Buying Bearings.