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Boca Bearings Newsletter: Issue 4
Featuring Bearing Type: Double Row Bearing
Double Row Deep Groove Ball Bearings have the same design as Single Row Deep Groove Ball Bearings. They have deep raceways with a high degree of contact between the ball and raceways. Double Row Deep Groove Ball Bearings are capable of handling both radial and axial loads and are suited to applications where higher load carrying capacity is necessary.. more »
Industrial lubricants are oils, greases and other substances designed to reduce friction, binding or wear. Specialized characteristics may enhance thermal conduction or reduce electrical resistivity. Other industrial lubricants can provide sealing against moisture. Industrial lubricants are available in many forms such as low viscosity oils..more »
Featuring Bearing Application: Inline Skates
Whether you are a competitive skater looking for that extra edge or just a recreational skater looking to improve performance, The Boca Bearing Company has plenty of bearing options for your inline skates. Reducing rolling resistance and conserving energy has been our hallmark. We offer a full line of standard & ceramic hybrid bearings specifically designed for today's demanding Inline Skates & Skateboards.. more »
Lightning Lube Technology is specially designed to form a molecular bond with all moving metal parts within any application. Use it to reduce friction, improve performance, decrease wear and extend life. Lightning Lube can be used when installing new bearings and components or to preserve your existing bearings and components..more »
Questions:
Q: How do I remove my shields or seals?

A: For fixed metal shields you should use an awl. Place the awl on the shield toward the outer race. Punch down lightly until you make a small hole. Then peel the shield back with the awl. Removable metal shields are held in place with a retaining ring. Run a sewing needle along the inside of the outer race to pop out the retainer. Once the retainer is removed the shield should pop out with a light tap. To remove a rubber seal use a pen knife or sharp pointed object. In most cases the rubber cannot be re-used.

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