How to change longboard bearing?

This is a way to quickly change the wheels on your longboard or skateboard without having to deal with bearing spacers. It keeps everything in line and doesn’t have to deal with them. Skaters don’t seem to know this little trick. When you’re putting together longboards and skate boards all day, you learn a few things about how to do it quickly.
I don’t care if you have one wheel to switch or 50 completes to build. This will work anywhere. It doesn’t matter if you have one set of wheels to switch or 50 completes to build! Make sure you’re in a place that is well-lit and dry (ish). A power drill with a 1/2″ socket driver can make it even faster.

1. remove all of your axle nuts and speed washers from your car.

Make sure your board is on its back. You can remove the axle nuts and speed washers with a skate tool or a power drill. Put them to one side. If you don’t want them to get lost, put them where you can see them! Do not take your wheels and other parts off.

2. take out the inner bearings and put them back in

Pull the wheels off so that the outer bearings clear the end of the axle. Then twist the wheels off, leaving the inner bearings and spacers on the axle, and remove the wheels. When you open a bottle of beer, you move in the same way.

3. Turn the wheels around.

In the end, you’ll be left with a pair of wheels with the outer bearings still inside of them. Turn them around and put them back on the axles so that the wheels are facing inwards, then put them back on.

4..In this step, remove the outer bearings from the wheel.

When you open a bottle of beer in the same way you did in step 2, remove the outer bearings.

5.Everything should be aligned.

This means you should now have a speed washer on each side of the axle. You should now have a spacer, a bearing, and a spacer on each side. If some things have come off, put them back on so that everything looks like this picture.

6. Put the outer bearings on the ground.

With your new wheels, with the graphic facing inwards, push the wheels onto the bearings at the end of the wheel’s wheel tube. The process might be a little slow, but because you’re pushing both wheels on at once, it’s going to be twice as fast as it would be on its own!

7.It’s time to turn your wheels.

Outer Bearings are the only bearings in each wheel. You should now have two pairs of wheels with one in each wheel. Turn the wheels so that they’re facing outwards again, and line them up with the inner bearings and spacers on the inside of the wheel.

8. Make sure the inner bearings are in place.

Squeeze the wheels into the bearings on the inside. If it’s a tight fit on the core, you’ll have to get your muscles out. By doing both wheels at once, you’re going to make this twice as quick. The axles also keep everything in line, so there’s no need to mess around with a bearing spacer in your wheels.

9: Tighten up the axle nuts so they don’t move again.

Speed washer: Put it back on the axle. Then, thread the nut on and tighten it with your skate tool or power drill. To make sure that you have tightened your wheels enough but that they still move, give them a quick spin and shake. Then, go skate!