Manufactured by: Sapporo Precision Inc

EZO 8mm J-caged Stainless Steel Ball Bearings

Manufactured by: Sapporo Precision Inc

EZO 8mm J-caged Stainless Steel Ball Bearings

Weight: 0.05 lb

Model: EZO8MMSET

Regular price $38.00
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These Ezo bearings, imported from Japan, are renowned for their strength, precision, and exceptionally low resistance.

Just installing these bearings alone can increase rate of fire due to a significant reduction in friction.

These bearings have a .68mm flange thickness, which leaves plenty of room for shimming in most gearboxes.

Aeroshell 12 (AF2) oil is solely added for storage and corrosion resistance; the bearings will require lubrication prior to use.

If epoxying these bearings into a gearbox shell, exercise caution to prevent any adhesive from seeping into the bearings, races, or bore.

The selector plate may require modification to not interfere with the bearings.

Contains: 6x J-caged Open Japanese Bearings
Dimensions: 3x8x3mm
Flange thickness: .68mm

product details

These Ezo bearings, imported from Japan, are renowned for their strength, precision, and exceptionally low resistance.

Just installing these bearings alone can increase rate of fire due to a significant reduction in friction.

These bearings have a .68mm flange thickness, which leaves plenty of room for shimming in most gearboxes.

Aeroshell 12 (AF2) oil is solely added for storage and corrosion resistance; the bearings will require lubrication prior to use.

If epoxying these bearings into a gearbox shell, exercise caution to prevent any adhesive from seeping into the bearings, races, or bore.

The selector plate may require modification to not interfere with the bearings.

Contains: 6x J-caged Open Japanese Bearings
Dimensions: 3x8x3mm
Flange thickness: .68mm

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These are the J-caged bearings you've heard about, and yes, they are as ridiculous as you've heard and seen. Your average bearings are good enough, but these I can only describe as near frictionless by comparison. Your average gear spinning free on an average bearing will spin for around 5-7 seconds. On these bearings they will spin for upwards of 30 and smoothly and slowly come to a stop in contrast to other bearings where they will stop smoothly but quickly. An entire gear train shimmed right will spin easily and for a long time with these bearings, and my first build with these runs smooth to a degree I have never experienced before. Your experience may vary, but these are absolutely worth it. Make sure to pair them with a good quality gearbox so you know all components are getting the most from these.