The Bearing Kits are a great way to add a new look to your ride. You can change the colour of your existing wheels, or even use them as a replacement if you have damaged bearings. Bearing Kits are also a great way to replace your bearings with high quality replacements. The bearings are made of high grade steel, they have low tolerances and the races are made from a special ceramic material that is very durable and reduces friction.
The kits come with everything you need to get started: bearing, seal and grease. They’re ready to install right out of the box (although we recommend having them professionally installed). Bearing kits come in many different sizes and configurations. They are designed for specific applications, so it important to make sure you get the correct kit for your vehicle.
There are three different types of bearing kits:
Standard bearing kits – The Standard Bearings Kits are made with high quality bearings, which means that the bearings will last longer than the stock bearings. They also don’t require much maintenance, because they use a special lubricant inside them, so you don’t have to worry about them getting dry. The standard bearing kits are meant for people who want to get rid of their old worn out bearings and upgrade them to something better.
Premium bearing kits – Premium replacement bearings are designed for people who want to get the most out of their vehicles when it comes to performance and longevity. They typically last longer than standard replacement bearings and can help prevent wear and tear from happening faster than usual.
Specialty bearing kits – Specialty replacement bearings aren’t as common as standard or premium ones because they are more expensive and can be harder to find at local stores or online retailers. Specialty replacement bearings are used in specific situations where regular ones wouldn’t work well enough or would need additional parts before installation could happen properly.
They come with pre-installed seals and races. If you purchase an oil-impregnated bearing kit, then it will come with additional oil for lubrication. You will need to add this oil before installation.
Oil-impregnated bearings can last longer than dry ones because they don’t require any additional lubrication once installed. However, they do require an oil change every 15,000 miles or so (24,000 km). Dry bearings don’t need any additional lubrication after installation but they may need regular maintenance like cleaning or replacement if they become contaminated over time.