Micro/Globber Scooter 80mm Replacement Rear Wheel $15 Delivered from globber.com.au

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I was after new rear wheels for a Micro Maxi scooter after noticing that my son couldn't brake properly anymore. After first trying a new brake, I came to realise one of the 2 rear wheels had significant wear. I checked with a few scooter dealers in Sydney first, none of them had 80mm replacement wheels in stock. Then I checked with Micro, they charge $25 + $10 delivery for one wheel (!) - the Maxi needs 2 rear wheels and $60 felt like a rip off. I ended up ordering some cheap wheels via eBay from China but they never arrived and then I found these Globber ones. Globber is a quality scooter maker from the UK and the wheels are the same size as the Micro ones.

I was surprised they didn't charge for shipping but I just received mine and they're perfect for the Micro Maxi so they would fit the Micro Mini as well.

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Comments

  • +3 votes

    after noticing that my son couldn't break properly anymore

    I wheely recommend you don't try to break your son..

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    Now if you could find a cheap deal on a replacement back brake for the Micro Mini that would be awesome.

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      It's awful how expensive these replacement parts are, hey? They sometimes have free/cheap broken Micro scooters on Gumtree - perhaps you can find one with a good brake? I bought a new brake for my Maxi as it looked a bit worn only to find out that the brake wasn't the main issue …

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    cheers. bought one.

    does the wheel include the bearings? (seems a bit wasteful if it does)

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      It's a complete wheel so it includes bearings - you take the old ones out by removing the bolt and slide these in for the Maxi or this one for the Mini.

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        Cheers, but my point was that the bearings shouldn't need replacing (most of the time). I've got a skateboard that still has the bearing I put in 30years ago!.

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    What's the total width on these? I tried buying roller blade wheels to replace some luggage wheels a while back and they were a few mm too wide.

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    How many points is a Micro/Globber Scooter?

    asking for a TISM fan

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