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Ball bearings are one of the most important components of an inline skate, next to the boot itself and the wheels. Ball bearings ensure that the roller rotates on the axes or in the rail without creating too much friction. In addition to the size of the wheels, the ball bearings are responsible for the speed. In most cases, the inline skate ball bearings are distinguished in different ABEC types. (ABEC 5, ABEC 7, ABEC 9). Some brands use other names but mostly also with a number to classify the ball bearing. Inline skate ball bearings with the designation ABEC 9 achieve a higher speed than comparatively an ABEC 7 ball bearing. With increasing ABEC classification, the ball bearings become more susceptible to impacts and resulting damage. Therefore, the ball bearing should fit the respective inline skate. Stunt skates demand a high degree of stability from the ball bearing, whereas speed inline skates and fitness inline skates are designed for high speeds and thus require a higher ABEC classification. Inline skates that are also used off the road and asphalt, as well as nordic skates, require ball bearings with a certain degree of protection against moisture and dirt. If you need help in choosing the right bearings, feel free to contact us.
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