What would cause my barely used green bearing to do this?

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  1. 318willrun

    318willrun Utube channel 318willrun

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    I'm running green bearings, mostly street. No issues yet. For me, my adjustors were frozen and junk. Made sense to go with green bearings. Also, I have another set of axles coming with green bearings because I'm going to be running a spool. And yes, I'll drive that on the street also. If I run into a problem, I'll post it. So far, so good!
     
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    • Rmoore

      Rmoore Well-Known Member

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      I’ve never had an issue with the whatever color bearings ! Never had issues with them in my Mopar or my Ford’s !
       
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      TurboGLH Well-Known Member

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      They come pre-greased, if my memory serves me right. Ball bearings require a, to most people, surprisingly small amount of grease Too much and the skid instead of roll, with extra heat as the result.
       
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