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Cage Bearings
Pivot: 6mm
Ceramic Bearings: 1/16 in (18 ball)

SkiffWorkshop

Regular price $12.99

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Cage bearings that allow more balls to be placed around the knife pivot than standard cage bearings. Which provides more support for the blade and decreasing stress on each ball. The ceramic balls are captured in the disc but are still free floating to prevent binding.

Includes Grade 5 ceramic bearings pre-installed.

  • 22% increased blade support over caged bearings of same size
  • Improved ball pathing around pivot
  • Less pivot screw tightening required
  • CNC machined from solid phosphor bronze

Dimensions

ID OD Disc Ball
0.238" 0.492" 0.050" 0.0625"
6.04mm 12.50mm 1.27mm 1.59mm

 

Ordering details

  • One set equals two individual cage bearings

Customer Reviews

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Leslie Rennie
Very pleased

Great product, fast shipping, overall I'm very impressed.

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MO
Top notch! AAA+ 👍🏻

Perfect fit for the CKF EVO 3.0!

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Some crazy knife guy
Comparable if not slightly better than the stoc Evo 3.0 hardware

I got these more out of curiosity than necessity.
I am extremely satisfied with how these bearings on my evo 3.0, but in all honesty I struggle to say that they are significantly better than the OEM bearings. I waver between just as good to slightly better, but at this level, differences start becoming minuscule. At the very least these are a great substitute if you can't find the stock bearings.

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Max Tikander
6mm ceramic bearings 1/16 in(18ball)

I put these in my new Rotten Designs Evo 3.0. Don't get me wrong the CKF stock multi row bearings were not bad on the contrary. The Sikiff cage bearings are bar none though. They are noticeable smoother & drop hard in this setup. I will continue to use Skiff in all my high-end knives.

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Anonymous
Skiff Bearings Never Disappoint

The Kizer Azo Towser was drop shut to begin with, but I prefer Skiff bronze caged bearing. These worked perfectly as replacements to the originals.