Urbanartt Civic Scooter Wheels - 110mm - Arctic Blue
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The Urbanartt Civic Scooter Wheels have been designed to handle high impacts and lateral stress. The thicker PU offers a softer feel on those big drops but still provides a good balance of speed and durability.
It has a wider contact patch than many other wheels with the same width which will give you greater control and grip. We have kept the weight down by a full CNC two-piece hollow core technology rather than traditional extrusion. The design detail is incredible, the compatibility is excellent by maintaining standard 24mm wheel cores on both sizes. Finished with a solid set of high impact, yet smooth rolling bearings.
The wheel colours are coordinated with our Civic grips and grip tapes to enable the creation of awesome custom completes!
- Diameter: 110mm
- Width: 24mm
- Cut out Core
- 228 grams / 8.04 Oz.
- Core Material: 6061-T6 Aluminium.
- UA Lateral ABEC 7 Bearings
- Axle Size 8mm
- Price is per wheel
All Of Our Scooter Wheels are Sold Individually. Price Is Per Wheel.
|Delivery Option||Under £40||Over £40|
|Amazon Shipping 3-5 day||£2.95||FREE|
|Amazon Shipping 1-2 Day||£4.95||£4.95|
Rest of UK
|UK Off Shore Islands||2-3||£5.95|
International Delivery Information
We offer worldwide delivery. This takes 3 to 5 days for most of Europe and is often free with orders over €80.
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We warranty all orders for genuine manufacturing defects up to 30 days from delivery (not damage caused through use). If any issues arise after this time, warranty cover will be passed over to the brands & suppliers we work with. Full details on the warranty period/conditions etc.
Please note, any scooter or other products sold that used in an extreme manner or at a skate park, have limited warranty cover due to the nature of use they are put through. To raise a warranty claim just contact us, with your order number, details of the fault and a photograph/video of the issue to provide sufficient evidence.