Release time : 2015-06-10 12:00:41
By Bearing Manufacturer>Bearing News>Do you Need RC Car Bearings and Do you Know RC Car Bearings Well?
One of the most essential performance items on your RC car can't even be seen with body off. I refer to the RC Car Bearings hidden away in the drive train. With proper care and maintenance, bearings will last a very long time and offer excellent performance throughout their lifetimes. Lily bearing manufacturing could offer you high performance bearing.
An often overlooked aspect of bearings, however, is the correct way to remove and install them, and that's where this article comes in. I'll explain to you how to do it right using a set of Full Ceramic Bearings.
A, RC Car Bearings that is partially obstructed is accessible from behind, but only through a small hole. This is often the case when two Miniature RC Bearings are inserted back to back, such as in a steering knuckle. You can only get to the back of one bearing through the inner race of the other, so using an oversize or tapered tool won't work. Use a piece of a parts tree or chopstick that will fit through the obstruction to reach the back of your bearing, and carefully start pushing it out on one side and then the other. Watch out for the shielding; focus your pressure on the edges of the inner race. You want to "rock" the bearing back and forth as you push it out, never allowing it to twist too far inside its mount. Take your time, go slowly, and be patient.
B, if the RC Car Bearings you used are fully obstructed Ball Miniature Bearings is recessed and is never accessible from behind. Gearbox and transmission cases often contain fully obstructed bearings that support shaft ends and idler gears. Do not be tempted to pry out the bearing with a screwdriver or pliers. We're going to do a bit of magic here. First, clean out the inner race with a cotton swab. Take the shaft that is designed to fit the bearing, and also wipe it clean of any oil or grease.
Insert the shaft into the inner race and slowly rock it back and forth, pulling on the shaft as you go. The shaft will of course slip out of the hole, but the bearing will have started to work its way out. Continue rocking until the bearing has been completely removed.
Most RC Car Bearings as some other bearings come packed with grease or oil from the factory and will remain well lubricated for quite some time. Just wipe dirt off them from time to time, and you're good to go. Regularly check for smoothness of operation.