Skateboard Bearings

In the middle of every skate wheel, a cutout groove exists to house and shield two sets of ball bearings. These bearings work to eliminate friction between the metal inside of the each wheel and the metal axle it spins around. Because the axle is fixed, the bearings are necessary to let the wheels spin without grinding up the metal. A bolt runs through the center of one bearing, through the center of the wheel, and then again through another bearing, linking up the three pieces of the rotating mechanism and giving you the movement you need to skate.

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