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New Bearings on Inmotion V13 When? How ? SIze?

Finn Bjerke

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What are the signs I need new bearings on my Inmotion V13 ?
How anyone changed em yet ? 
What are the dimensions ? 

I asked BARD about the last question AI BARD said: 


The Inmotion V13 uses 608ZZ bearings. These are standard skateboard bearings, and they can be easily found online or at most sporting goods stores. The ZZ designation means that the bearings are sealed on both sides, which helps to keep dirt and water out.

Here are the dimensions of the 608ZZ bearings:

  • Outer diameter: 22 mm
  • Inner diameter: 8 mm
  • Width: 7 mm

If you need to replace the bearings in your Inmotion V13, you can do so by following these steps:

  1. Remove the wheel from the EUC.
  2. Use a bearing puller to remove the old bearings from the wheel hub.
  3. Clean the wheel hub and the inside of the bearings with a clean cloth.
  4. Apply a thin layer of bearing grease to the inside of the bearings.
  5. Install the new bearings in the wheel hub.
  6. Reinstall the wheel on the EUC.

It is important to use high-quality bearings when replacing the bearings in your Inmotion V13. This will help to ensure that the EUC rides smoothly and quietly.

Here are some of the best 608ZZ bearings for Inmotion V13:

These bearings are all high-quality and will provide a smooth and quiet ride.

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As an owner of the Inmotion V13. I have actually opened up the motor cover.  They are not 608zz bearings.


They are 6008rs bearings : actual dimensions: Inner Diameter 40mm x Outer Diameter 68 mm x Width 15 mm.


Find similar ones using the dimensions above on Amazon.


Im using the Xike 6008-2rs bearings. As the dimensions are correct.  

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On 9/5/2023 at 4:28 PM, Finn Bjerke said:

I asked BARD about the last question AI BARD said:

You’re really asking an AI which bearings your EUC has? Seriously?? Or was this a joke?

 You know AI is completely unsuitable for providing fact based answers, right? It was never even designed to do that.

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