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Lucky Quatro Wheels

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  • Lucky has a cool offering of wheels for 2022, including the all new Quatro spoked core wheels. Featuring the same 88a PU for the street, the Quatro wheel comes in 3 hot now color ways.

    Lucky Quatro Wheels are 88A PU, which means that Lucky intended them to be ridden on the street because they are harder and more durable than 86A wheels. Lucky Scooter Wheels are 24mm wide at the core and should be used with 24mm wheels spacers. The PU width is 24mm. Most PRO SCOOTER FORKS and decks were designed to handle a 24mm wheel core. Since both the core and PU of the Lucky Scooter Wheels are 24mm, every fork and deck we sell should be compatible with these wheels. Lucky Quatro Wheels have a 110mm outer diameter, making them perfect for the advanced beginner to intermediate riders. 110mm wheels have long been the standard diameter for most intermediate pro scooters. However, as scooter wheels become wider and taller due to pro riders need for big trick speed, 110mm wheels are becoming the norm for beginner to intermediate scooter riders. Lucky Quatro Wheels 110mm come standard with pre-installed bearings.

  • Lucky Quatro Wheels Specifications

      • Size: 110mm
      • Core Width: 24mm
      • Urethane Width: 24mm
      • Weight: 1.27 lbs (Pair)
      • Core Material: Aluminum
      • Urethane Rating: 88a
      • Bearings included: Yes
      • Sold as: PAIR
      • Available colors: BLACK/BLACK, BLACK/TEAL, NEOCHROME/BLACK, TEAL/WHITE

          - 5% DISCOUNT APPLIED AT CHECKOUT!

          - SAME DAY SHIPPING (when ordered by 2pm CST)

            The outer diameter, width, and axle diameter of the wheel must be compatible with both your deck and forks. Diameter refers to the height of the wheel – 110mm, 120mm, 125mm. Width refers to the width of the wheel core (not PU) – 24mm, 28mm, or 30mm. Some wheels have a core width of 24mm and a PU width of 26mm, all of which fit decks and forks that were designed for 24mm wide wheels. Some newer decks and forks use a 12mm axle, as opposed to the conventional 8mm axle. Make sure that, when swapping out wheels, that your wheel is compatible with your deck and fork axles.