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Lucky Lunar JonMarco Gaydos Wheels

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If you were just browsing the good ole interweb for pro trick scooter parts for sale, you found the right place. The Lucky Lunar JonMarco Gaydos Wheels are one of our better selling SCOOTER WHEELS because Lucky's aim was to product a light, durable scooter wheel at an affordable price. And Lucky definitely accomplished their mission with the Lucky Lunar JonMarco Gaydos Wheels. Utilizes hollow core technology to produce some of the lightest wheels on the planet!, Lunar JonMarco Gaydos Wheels are available in 110mm. Features Lucky Rebound Techonology. Lucky Speed bearings ARE included. Lunar JonMarco Gaydos Wheels are sold in PAIRS.

Lucky Lunar JonMarco Gaydos Wheels are 110mm scooter wheels. Lucky 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. Lunar JonMarco Gaydos 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.

Lucky Lunar JonMarco Gaydos Wheels Specifications:

  • Utilizes hollow core technology to produce some of the lightest wheels on the planet!
  • 110mm
  • Features Lucky Rebound Techonology
  • Lucky Speed bearings ARE included
  • sold in PAIRS
  • Available dimensions: 110mm
  • Available colors:

LUCKY SCOOTERS was one of the original companies on the pro scooter scene. Today, Lucky continues to support riders, retailers, and industry events to help advance our sport and attract new talent. Rider communities on Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter make Lucky one of the most talked about pro scooter companies in the world.

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