Tilt Stage 2 Wheels

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  • Tilt Stage 2 Wheels
  • Tilt Stage 2 Wheels
  • Tilt Stage 2 Wheels
  • Tilt Stage 2 Wheels
  • Tilt Stage 2 Wheels
  • Tilt Stage 2 Wheels
$84.96

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DO NOT FORGET TO ADD FREE SCOOTER BEARINGS TO YOUR ORDER!

Need a pair of pro stunt SCOOTER WHEELS? Smokin Scooters has you covered. Tilt Stage 2 Wheels are fast, have a great design, and affordably priced so they can be obtained by most riders. If they're out of your budget, add them to your shopping cart and see if they fall into it. We offer a low price guarantee on every product we sell. Made from 6061 series aluminum, Stage 2 Wheels are available in 110mm. 86A urethane provides more grip than a harder urethane. Bearings ARE NOT included. Stage 2 Wheels are sold in PAIRS.

Tilt Stage 2 Wheels are 110mm scooter wheels. Tilt scooter wheels come in a variety of sizes, ranging from 100mm to 125mm. The larger the wheel, the faster it is. 100mm wheels are typically entry level wheels while 125mm are geared towards the pros who need speed for big air tricks. Stage 2 Wheels are compatible with forks and decks that fit 110mm wheels. Scooter wheels not only come in a variety of sizes but also hardness. 86a polyurethane hardness, or durometer, indicates a softer wheel that will provide more grip than an 88a durometer wheel, which has a harder polyurethane that lends to durability and speed. Softer scooter wheels are typically better for park riding, while harder wheels are geared more towards street riding.

Tilt Stage 2 Wheels Specifications:

  • Made from 6061 series aluminum
  • 110mm
  • 86A urethane provides more grip than a harder urethane
  • Bearings ARE NOT included
  • sold in PAIRS
  • Available dimensions: 110mm
  • Available colors: DYLAN KASSON, ISAAC MILLER, JON ARCHER, JONA HUMBEL, JORDAN JASA, TOM KVILHAUG

With riders often feeling limited by technology, the freestyle scooter scene was in demand for high quality components. Urged by fellow rider Josh Young and his own need for better components, Collin Snoek began designing and fabricating custom parts. Word spread and demand for the parts increased. In 2009, what began as a hobby officially became TILT SCOOTERS.

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