The best yoyo’s do not require bearing removel equtment.
Quoting just to preserve this.
You OK? This doesn’t sound like you.
Oh, just out of curiousity, I had to use a bearing puller to remove the bearing from my Avalanche. I should put a Chrome X in there. Maybe tomorrow…
The bearing has nothing to do with tight fitting bearings.
Nobody said they did (no I didn’t).
I disagree, although tight bearing seats are annoying, it is better then having a parts explosion when your getting a knot out when your on your camping trip. Besides being annoying I don’t find any differences in play.
You mean equipment? And I prefer tight bearing seats, less chance of dropping the bearing.
My 54 needs a bearing removal tool and its one of best throws.