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Bones Bearings Ceramic Super Reds Bearings

If you’re looking for the exceptional speed and quality of a Bones Swiss Ceramic but are short on cash, then this is your bearing. Ceramic Super REDS are crazy-light and provide faster acceleration with less friction. And as dirt collects inside, the ceramic balls re-polish the steel races flat again. If that wasn’t enough for your buck, ceramic balls won’t rust, lengthening the life of your bearings. Includes a set of 8 bearings and 8 bearing spacers. This bearing is not 'ABEC' rated. Imported.
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do they break easily?

since they're ceramic, will they smash super easy?
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The Bones Bearings Ceramic Super Reds Bearings are very durable and shouldn't be breaking up if used for normal purposes.
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What Size are They???

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all of the bearings on ccs are the same size and fits all the wheels on ccs
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all skateboard bearings are the same size
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All our bearings are the same size and are interchangable with all our wheels and trucks. The Bones Bearings Ceramic Super Reds Bearings are not 'ABEC' rated. When you refer to 'hardness', this is usually done with the "bushings", not the bearings.
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