1/4 Cage X 9 Balls – PairDimension: 1/4 (6.35mm)
£3.76 (inc. VAT)
5/32 Cage X 20 Balls – PairDimension: 5/32 (3.968mm)
£4.25 (inc. VAT)
5/32 Cage X 22 Balls – PairDimension: 5/32 (3.968mm)
£4.75 (inc. VAT)
7/32 Cage X 10 Balls – PairDimension: 7/32 (5.556mm)
£4.00 (inc. VAT)
Caged Ball Bearings from Aire Velo
A caged ball bearing is also known as a ball bearing retainer or a ball separator, this is a component which separates the balls and maintains the symmetrical radial spacing; nine times out of ten this is what keeps the bearings together. Cages can also be used in providing lubrication and acting as a reservoir for oils, it can also supply a solid film via the cage material itself or by the coating on the cage. At Aire Velo Bearings the caged ball bearings we stock come in different types and sizes, they are everything that you will need in order to meet your requirements. We are known for being a leading supplier of caged ball bearings and we can offer you a large selection of bearings in a range of types and sizes. We stock and supply a full selection of bearings that are available online, what’s more is, when you choose Aire Velo Bearings, you can trust that you are in the right hands as we are knowledgeable experts. All of the caged ball bearings we stock are top quality, they will also make sure that your bike performs well. Bearings may only be small but they are essential and will make sure that your bike rides smoothly. At Aire Velo Bearings our team has over 30 years of experience when it comes to providing caged ball bearings, for more information on the products that we stock, please get in touch with our professionals today. The Aire Velo Bearings team are known for being one of the UK’s biggest suppliers of caged ball bearings and as specialists we stock a large range of bearings that will be suitable for all of your bike bearing requirements. You can also check out the blog here.
Frequently Asked Questions About Caged Ball Bearings
Do you offer different sized caged ball bearings? Yes! The caged ball bearings we offer are available in a range of sizes dependent on the diameter of the ball and how many balls are in the cage and they are suitable for a wide range of bikes. What is a Caged Bearing? The ball bearing cage (also known as a ball bearing retainer or ball separator – these are used interchangeably), this is a component which separates the balls and maintains the symmetrical radial spacing; nine times out of ten this is what keeps the bearings together. Cages can also be used in providing lubrication and acting as a reservoir for oils, it can also supply a solid film via the cage material itself or by the coating on the cage. When Should I Change my Bike Bearings? Bearings are vital when considering your bike’s wheels, headset and bottom bracket, this is because they prevent them from becoming worn and corroded as well as making sure that your bicycle is running exactly as it should. It’s also important to consider checking your bearings because if you don’t, you’re at risk of creating future problems which could happen at the worst times. For more information on bike bearings and replacements, give our professionals a call today. Should I Be Servicing my Wheel Bearings? If your bike wheels are rough when you spin them around, this usually means it’s time to service them. Problems tend to occur from wear and tear in the bearings through ingress of water, dirt and grime. Wheel bearings may also wear out over time, this can also introduce play to the hub making the wheel rock side to side on its axle. Through servicing your bike, you can trust that it will be in good working order and will also perform to its maximum capacity.