I've bought new bearings and I am not sure if it is supposed to be oiled before usage :/
When bought my longboard, it was already set up. So I only have experience from cleaning and oiling the old ones.
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@Mailo You must've solve this one but as it hasn't been answered for long time.
The most important thing to consider is the bearing you bought is pre-lubricated or not. As most bearings come pre-lubricated. Pre-lubrication meanings that the bearings will spin faster right out of the box. However, with the low price of skateboard oil, if a bearing does not come pre-lubricated buying that may be good idea.