HK 1012 Drawn Cup Needle Roller Bearings HK Series 10X14X8 mm
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HK 1012 Bearings
Needle Roller Bearings
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Needle roller bearings are mainly used in car engines, transmissions, compressors, cranes, etc.
1.Bearing Manufactory ( Have our own technical department)
2.High quality products (Long Life and low noise)
3.Well-daserved Reputation (Good Stock Guarantee)
4.Professional service ( Promptly shippment)
5.OEM Service,Sample is available
HK Seal/close type Drawn cup needle roller bearings HK :
1. High accuracy, High speed
2. ISO 9001:2000
3. Can be customized according to your needs
4. Can provide small & miniature standard and non-standard ball berings
5. Reasonable price
6. Technology: low vibration, low noise, high precision and durability
- Q:I heard that gas makes skateboard bearings go fast and go a long time. Can you do it with sealed bike bearings? If so, how long should it soak?
- Six hours is easy peasy. Try thirty three stretched over three days. XD When I lived in Arizona, my horses made several trips that long a couple times a year with no problem. 1. How long is it okay to leave polo wraps on? I have never had to leave them on longer than a training session before. -- She should be fine with them on the whole time, though they aren't that necessary. For long trips, I skip things like that, but put them on if you want. Shipping boots would be better 2. Should I avoid giving her feed that morning? What about that evening? -- Feed her as usual. It would be more damaging to skip a feeding. 3. How often should I offer her water? -- Every two hours. She may not want to drink, a lot of horses don't when they're in trailers, so get a bag of apples, and or carrots to feed her. They have some liquid in them to help to sustain her, the biggest thing is having water ready for her when you get her to her new home. 4. Should I tie her in the trailer or just let her have her head? -- Tie her as you usually would. 5. Should I leave a bale of Timothy/Alfalfa hay in her reach, or just give her a flake here and there? Give her a flake or two in there for her to nibble on. Add: Oh, and an important thing. Unless it is a great emergency, do not take her out of the trailer when you stop. Should she get loose, if something spooks her, or she gets upset and won't trailer for some reason, you're pretty much screwed. When I moved across the country, my horses were lucky enough to get out night, since there are horse motels all over that let you rent a stall for the night, and luckily they all were willing to go back in the trailer the next morning. :p
- Q:or the other way around?
- neither You cannot tell anything by the ABEC number. It is a spec for vibration in machinery that runs at speeds thatwouldd be over 150 mph on your board. It became popular because the precision grade bearings that used to be used are anything except precision. ABEC 1 bearings were a hugeimprovementt and the marketing people love anything they can claim higher numbers on. Inline skates and boards use the same bearings. The top makers (Zero Drag, Twin Cam, Bones) actually design their best bearings that to not meet any ABEC standard so that they can have clearances that roll better, but frequently use the number 9 (sometimes saying equivalent to ABEC) in their lit so that those who are hooked on the larger number is better BS will not avoid a numberless bearing. What is better to you? Speed? Life? Resistance to rust when you are in the rain? Know your bearing makers and what they do really well. Bones is known for rolling really well but needing more maintenance and rusting really easily. Twin cam is known for being super resistant for wet. Zero Drag is not as well known but roll very fast and are reasonably resistant to moisture.
- Q:About eight months ago, my girlfriend's front wheel bearings/hubs on her 1998 Chevrolet Malibu started making grinding noises. The mechanic said that it was the front hubs, so I had them replaced with aftermarket (read: cheap) ones and the noise was gone. A dealer OEM replacement and repair would have run me $650, but the aftermarket pieces only ran me $80/each, and labor was about $150 (iI think). Eight months later, or about last week, the hubs are grinding again.I am in Minnesota, so I was thinking that maybe it's partly due to the weather and the road conditions, but eight months, even for an aftermarket hub, just seems a bit ridiculous. If it were up to me, I'd sell the car and get another one, but it's my girlfriend's car, so it stays (and I'll wait for the repairs to keep piling up).The hubs took about 9,000 miles before going bad.
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- Q:I had just laid out 650.00 for a complete brake job at Sears for my step son's car about 3 months ago, and now his right wheel bearing is shot. I would think given the close relationship to the braking assembly to the wheel bearings, this shouldn't have been missed. Am I not understanding something here or does Sears owe me at least 1/2 off my wheel bearing job? I have just learned as well that Ford Focus also had a recall on wheel bearings for certain models. That should have been a red flag there for them if they are any type of a reputable repair service nation wide. Help me please.... I cannot afford any more repairs, but I cannot afford to have him use our cars either.
- Unfortunately, unless the bad wheel bearing exhibited symptoms during the road test after the brake job, a technician would have no way of knowing that it would fail 3 months later.
- could be months
- Q:A man has to design a triangular running course 2000m long.The first leg is from the corner of a house to a post 650 m away on a bearing of 055 degrees.The second leg is from the post to a cone. The cone is 570m from the post on a bearing of 150 degrees. The third leg is from the cone back to the ocren of the house. Students will run around the course once.(a) Calculate the distance they will run(b) Will this course need to be shortened or lengthened to ensure it's 2000m? Show your reasoning.(c) They decide to move the cone to a point 602m from the post. What bearing will the cone have from the post to ensure that the course remains 2000m long?Am I sposed to use cos C = a'2 + b'2 -c'2 divided by 2ab for this? or is it to do with A = 1/2 r'2-0
- Q:So when the wheels don't turn too well its the bearing that need the cleaning right?If possible instructions on how to clean bearings would be nice.
- If the wheels aren't turning, it is possible that your trucks and bearing are rusting together...did you ride through water, then not ride for an extended period of time? If so, you should take it to a skate shop and see if they will clean them for you, and if they can't, you may need new bearings and trucks. Also, if you can get the bearings out (using a T-tool, of course) and they are rusted,you can get new bearings, soak them in Gasoline for a day and pop 'em in! I hope this helps, -Nate
- Q:i want the best of the best, i want to get bones red bearings, but i want to know what the best trucks and wheels would be??? please help.
- shall we see... For a sturdy deck i could look at Plan B, ZooYork, or 0 they're all 3 tremendously sturdy manufacturers. For autos u have the two Silver or self sufficient, i think of Silver is extra effective yet that's my opinion. For bearings i could bypass with the two Bones or FKD observed blade. For wheels Bones could be a sturdy purchase as for grip tape u can the two look at mob or look at Torey Pudwill's new kind noted as Grizzly Grip in spite of the incontrovertible fact that it merely got here out recently so that's hard to locate in shops!
- Q:I am interested in cleaning my roller blade bearings so that are free of sand.I saw a recommended video to wash the open ball bearings in acetone but I need some help understanding how to get my bearings to run their best.I found some nail polish remover and I am planning to wash the bearings in a small bath unless anyone knows if a more pure formula of acetone might be safer.I'm still doing some research and I found some chemists on the internet mentioned balancing the alcohol to water ratio 1:1 with acetone sort of like with mouth washthey also mentioned that methyl acetate and how it might help to filter it out. I'm wondering I'm now interested in seeing how acetone might react with sand (SiO2) but I'm actually thinking it might just dissolve it.What does everyone else think?Is there a better way to clean bearings? (excluding lube)
- Absolutely none of the liquids you mention will react with SiO2 or dissolve it. There is nothing that will dissolve SiO2 that won't also dissolve your bearings. The point of the various bits of advice is that the acetone (or whatever organic solvent) will dissolve the lubricant in the bearings which is holding the sand grains there. Whether you use nail polish remover, or acetone (diluted or not) or gasoline or kerosene or maybe even alcohol doesn't much matter. (Although in all cases you need to observe the safety precautions about inhalation and fire hazards, and keep the solvent off of the upper parts of your roller blades.) Your goal is to remove all the oil (or whatever lubricates your bearings) then let the bearings dry completely. Then you should be able to remove any left over sand by brushing it out of the bearings with something like a soft brush or blowing it out with compressed air. After all the sand is removed, you need to re-lubricate your bearings. (I've been assuming all along that your bearings are metal. If they are not, you need to be careful about your choice of solvents, lest you dissolve your bearing too.) I doubt there is anything else you can do to remove sand from your bearings. In the long run it's probably easier to find a place to roller blade where there isn't so much sand.
- Q:recently went to tire discounters to get some new tires, and they told me both wheel bearings were bad and my tie rod end was bad? me being a diy'r on most car things i said ill fix em, but they refused an alignment til my problems were fixed, though the wheel bearings aren't making any noise yet, i figured i would change them once i had the extra money to pick up a press and the bearings and shims i may need to press it in, if i replace just the tie rod end will they be able to align my car?
- You can't, but if it is a rear wheel drive car the front bearing may be adjustable in which case you or the mechanic can take out the play. Play may also be in the balljoints which definitely need replacement before aligning. Wheel bearing play would be felt in 3 and 9 o'clock positions as well.
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