Here's why I couldn't use that bearing there were deep groves in the roller portion of the bearing, and when rolled it sounded like a ratchet. A local shop here in town said that they would re use it and as result I will avoid going there in the future at all cost.
Here's the whole set of bearings that were removed!
Today I gave up on the right rear bearing, I had another wheel and the bearing in it was good so I used it. I do have one on the way from the Netherlands but I really think its only a matter of time before they send me a email letting me know that its not available.
Here's the wheels shortly after I got them back form getting powder coated, now they're ready for me to put the rotors back on.
The front rotors took some serious coaxing, they were some places that shouldn't have been powder coated, so it took a lot, and a long time to get stuff to work, but it takes longer to do a job right when somebody esle didn't take the time to do it in the first place... "If a job is worth doing it's worth doing right!"
Well here she is ready to chop, and add the hard tail.