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S-5525 Bearing Kit

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SCORPION POWER SYSTEMS

SCOP1007
S-5525 Bearing Kit
By SCORPION POWER SYSTEMS
$16.14 CAD    19.99
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FEATURES

In order to keep your motor in top running condition, you need a good set of bearings. Occasionally, after a crash or landing in the dirt, the bearings can become damaged and need to be replaced. The Scorpion S-5525 Motor Bearing Kit includes a set of two original equipment replacement bearings to fit all of the Scorpion S-5525mm Series motors.

The S-5525 Moto Bearing Kit contains two bearings. The bearing measures 19mm OD x 8mm ID x 6mm thick. These bearings are exact replacements for the stock bearings that come with the motors.

Please note, the bearings are an exact fit into the motor housings, so they do fit snugly. When removing the old bearings, you may need to gently tap them out. However, when installing the new bearings, do not tap them in with anything, as this can dent the ball races and ruin the bearings. When installing ball bearings they need to be pressed in by the outer part of the race. Never apply pressure to the inner race, as this can damage the bearing and lead to premature failure.