bearing size matters?


#1

whats the difference for bearing sizes? do smaller bearings have less friction? does size matter?


#2

Bigger bearings have less response.


#3

smaller bearings run faster


(DOGS) #4

This is false. Any clean A or D bearing and be as unresponsive as any other bearing. Smaller bearings do bind tighter becasue 1) the yoyo is most likely spinning faster than a C bearing yoyo, and 2) the loop can wrap further around the axle before it “bites”. That’s probably why you think they are more responsive.


#5

Yes, any bearing can be unresponsive. I never said that small bearings can’t be unresponsive but bigger bearings also carry a wider gap to make it have a better chance of being unresponsive.

And again, I never said small bearings can’t be unresponsive in either of my posts (including this one).


(DOGS) #6

Smaller bearings can have a sizable gap as well. That’s another assumption that people need to stop latching to hahahahah.


(JonasK) #7

Both diameters and the width of a bearing has an affect on play, specifically the return part. It’s all about what you really like and what you don’t like. I suggest that you try things out for yourselves instead of bothering with endless arguments on the internet. Exoeriencing things first-hand is usually better.


#8

Qft.


#9

In the end it’s preference like almost anything when it comes to yoyos.


#10

size matters…i don’t care what your girlfriend tells you.

mgodinez

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