Rulmenți & Spacere Role Agresive
Tempish Abec 9 Bearings 8-Pack89 Lei
Wicked ABEC 5 Freespin 608 8-Pack Bearings59 Lei
Bones Reds Rulmenți 8 Buc/Set119 Lei
Wicked ABEC 9 Freespin 608 16-Pack Bearings179 Lei
Powerslide Spacer 8 mm 8-pack49 Lei
Supreme Abec 7 Bearing12 Lei
Wicked ABEC 5 Freespin 608 16-Pack Bearings119 Lei
Tempish Abec 7 Bearings 8-Pack69 Lei
Powerslide 8mm Alu Precision Spacer7 Lei
Powerslide Spacer 6mm 8-Pack49 Lei
K2 ILQ 9 Classic Plus Bearings 16-pack279 Lei
Wicked Twincam ILQ9 Classic Bearings 608 16-Pack269 Lei
Bones Super Reds Bearings 8-pack199 Lei
Wicked ABEC 7 Freespin 608 50-Pack Bearings299 Lei 259 Lei
Wicked SUS Rustproof 608 Bearings 4-Pack89 Lei
Bones Reds Rulment15 Lei
Supreme Abec 5 Rulment10 Lei
Wicked Twincam ILQ7 Bearings 608 12-Pack179 Lei 169 Lei
K2 ILQ 7 Bearing 16-pack209 Lei 189 Lei
Supreme Abec 9 Bearings12 Lei
Wicked ABEC 5 Freespin 608 50-Pack Bearings219 Lei 199 Lei
Powerslide Spacer 8 mm7 Lei
Wicked Adjustable Spacer 8-Pack189 Lei
Wicked ABEC 9 Freespin 608 50-Pack Bearings479 Lei
Tempish TRT Hi Speed Bearings 16-Pack219 Lei 199 Lei
Tempish ILQ 9 TwinCam Bearings 8-Pack139 Lei
Wicked Swiss by Jesa Bearings 16-Pack499 Lei 449 Lei
Tempish 10.25mm Spacers 8-Pack49 Lei
Tempish ILQ 7 Bearings 8-Pack149 Lei 139 Lei
Jump and Grind With Aggressive Skate Bearings
Aggressive inline bearings are located inside the wheel and are what make your wheel spin. Bearings come in various shapes and styles and make a big impact on how your aggressive skates will feel when shredding. Because of the grinds and jumps that you do in this style of skating, the bearings take a lot of wear and tear so even the most durable models will have to be replaced at some point.
Inline skate bearings are often measured on the ABEC scale, which is a measurement of the efficiency of the bearing. However, just because a bearing is not on the ABEC scale does not mean that it is of poor quality. To get a more detailed overview of the ABEC system as well as other ways that bearing quality is measured, check out our guide on Buying Bearings.
How Do You Get Bearings Out of Aggressive Skate Wheels?
To remove your bearings, you’ll need an Allen key or a Skate tool that is designed for skates. The first thing you need to do is remove your wheels from your skate frame. To do this, you will first need to unscrew your axle holding the wheel to the frame.
Next, you’ll need to remove the spacers. With a floating spacer, put your skate tool halfway through the center of the bearing and slowly try to push it out while rotating the wheel. With a long sleeve bearing spacer, hit the edge of the spacer and then you just need to simply push out the bearing on the other side.
To install the new bearings, all you need to do is simply push it into where the old bearing was. Then, insert the spacer and the second bearing. This is the same process for both types of spacers.