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Bearings can be used for most applications within the industry, Scooter Bearings, Skateboards Bearings, quads, Longboards and Inlines all use the same sized bearings. Some bearings are measured on an ABEC scale ranging from 1 to 11, with 11 being the highest precision. However, this does not account for the grade of material used which is also very important to the speed of a bearing. 2 bearings are used per wheel with a spacer in the middle. As usual all the best brands can be found at SkateHut. Our range of bearings has been designed so that you can roll and move smoothly, keeping your movements agile and sharp as you execute tricks on your Stunt Scooter.

They will also help you to reach those top speeds wherever you are, so that you can keep pushing yourself to the limit. We have an extensive Scooter Wheel Bearing range available from the best brands on the market, such as Bronson Speed Co, Enuff, Bones Bearings and CORE. We also offer Scooter bundles and big discounts that we run on a regular basis so you can shop the best brands at great prices. We also offer a price match promise scheme on all of our products whereby you will get nothing short of the best deals. The safety of our customers is our top priority and it's for this reason that all of our Skate products have been thoroughly tested over and over to ensure that you can focus on having a great time without concern for your safety. You will also benefit from Free Delivery when you spend over £100.

We stock a range of items in a variety of designs to suit all preferences and styles, so that not only will your Scooters setup perform exceptionally, but you will look great as you ride by. Where possible, make use of our filters on the left hand side of the page, to help you really narrow down your search for the best Scooter Bearings. We also have user-friendly Buying Guides available that walk you through what you need to consider before buying. If you still require any assistance, do not hesitate to reach out to our friendly experts. Between them, our customer service team at SkateHut have years of experience and they are more than happy to help.


Scooter Bearings FAQs

  • What size bearings are there for stunt scooters?

    Stunt scooters typically use two types of bearings: 608 standard bearings and 608 micro bearings.

    The 608 standard bearings are the most common type of bearings used in the industry, and they have an 8mm inner diameter, a 22mm outer diameter, and a width of 7mm. These bearings are compatible with most scooter wheels and are suitable for most riders.

    The 608 micro bearings are similar to the 608 standard bearings, but they have a smaller diameter of 6mm. These bearings are typically used by younger or smaller riders who require smaller wheels and bearings for their scooters.

    It's important to note that not all bearings are created equal, and the quality of the bearings can greatly affect the performance of your stunt scooter. Higher quality bearings will provide better speed, durability, and smoothness, so it's worth investing in good quality bearings if you are serious about your riding.

  • What range of scooter bearings are available?

    There are different standards and levels of quality for stunt scooter bearings, and these can affect their performance and durability. Here are some of the most common standards and quality levels you may encounter:

    • ABEC: ABEC (Annular Bearing Engineering Committee) is a rating system that measures the tolerances of the bearing components such as the inner and outer raceways, balls, and cages. The ABEC scale ranges from 1 to 9, with higher numbers indicating tighter tolerances and better precision. However, it's worth noting that ABEC ratings are not the only factor that determines the quality and performance of bearings.

    • Chrome Steel: Chrome steel is a commonly used material for bearings. It is durable, affordable, and provides good performance for most riders.

    • Ceramic: Ceramic bearings are made from high-quality ceramic materials and are known for their excellent performance, smoothness, and durability. They are more expensive than chrome steel bearings but offer better speed and longevity.

    • Titanium: Titanium bearings are made from lightweight and durable titanium materials. They are often used in high-performance scooters and offer excellent speed and precision.

    It's important to note that the quality of bearings can vary even within the same category or standard, so it's best to do your research and choose reputable brands and models that have been tested and proven to perform well.

  • How do I change my scooter bearings?