How To Replace 24″ Wheelchair Rubber Solid Tire
hi my name is Eric and I’m gonna do just
a short video on this there are some
places that you buy the tires for a
wheelchair and of course I didn’t think
I was going to be in wheelchair this
last week or so because I strained my
aunt Ora muscle skimboarding how’s that
so anyway for you that don’t know what
skimboarding is you can look it up
anyway they come like this I must show
you this piece when you buy them and
there’s a good place it’s called an able
unable seems to be pretty good but by
the tool that comes with it if you do
not buy this tool and you’re a
do-it-yourselfer and you think you can
do it think again it’s it’s really a
pain so buy the tool anyway when you
take this off this you get the thing
mounted on you have to tighten all these
bolts and everything and get yourself a
beefy vise they have a little video that
teaches you that may scare you away the
tire if they’re old enough comes off in
pieces and then you’re left with a like
a mess that’s sitting in here and it’s
really kind of crappy and you don’t know
what to do so really this is a metal
three metal pieces of cable that are
that are in here that are all part of
that one piece so you’ve got to take
this off so just like you would take a
bicycle tire off you put two or three
screwdrivers in your pry it so it comes
down and you’re good to go now one of
the things that kind of caught me off
guard was that the diameter of these
that they send you is 19 inches and
you’ve got at least I have 24 inch span
2324 with the end of the tire span what
the heck so nicely enough they explained
it in here that the diameter is roughly
24 and when it’s stretched to coast 19
I’m sorry and when it goes to
be stretched on its about 24 so that’s
it really and they have a video that
shows you how to put it on but this is
sort of a preliminary thing that you may
not know that might help you get your
new tire back on and running but this
tool don’t get the tool you’ll hate
- Primo Gray 24 x 1-3/8 wheelchair Street Tire # C-63G
- 24x1-3/8 Inch,
- 37-540mm, Light Grey, Tread C63, 75 PSI
- For Use With Wheelchair and Bicycles
- Includes 1 Pair
Wheelchair Tire Review
Wheelchair tires are very important when you are traveling on the road. Wheelchair tires are usually smaller and lighter than the normal tires, especially for those who are not used to driving on the road. So it’s always best to have them checked when you purchase your wheelchair from a retailer.
There are different brands that sell wheels for wheelchairs. Some of these are specialty stores that focus on this particular product type. You can also find wheelchairs with wheels manufactured by other companies, but some of these wheels are no good. Make sure you take the time to get all the facts before making the purchase. This will help ensure that you get the right wheels for your wheelchair. You can also find online retailers who specialize in wheelchairs who can give you good advice about which wheels to buy.
Wheels are important because they are the ones that keep you safe when traveling on the road. If you can’t see over any obstacles, you can’t see clearly. Also, wheelchairs are heavier than regular vehicles so they are going to be more stable when you drive them. The more stable your vehicle is the less likely you are to have an accident, especially if you are traveling at higher speeds.
When choosing wheelchair wheels, there are some things you want to look for. First of all, make sure the wheels are not too large. They will need to fit snugly to provide the support needed for your wheelchair to move around. Second, it is important to consider what size wheelchairs you need. Wheelchairs can vary in weight, size, and features. Find out the exact wheel size you need and how many features you want your wheelchair to have. Then find a company that sells wheelchairs parts that are compatible with your wheels.
You should also find out the history of the company selling wheelchair tires. You don’t want to purchase wheels from someone who is not experienced or knowledgeable about wheelchairs. There are lots of great places online where you can find information on wheels and wheelchairs parts so make sure you research a little before making your purchase.
You will also want to make sure the wheels you purchase are rated for your specific wheelchair. For example, if your wheelchair has rollers, make sure the wheels are made for that type of wheelchair. Make sure to measure the wheel rim area of the wheel you plan to purchase before you decide which brand and model you want.
Wheelchair tires can make all the difference in the world when it comes to your safety on the road. So make sure you purchase the right ones.
Dr. Jacob Rispler / Dr. Dave Miles. Last update on 2021-01-25 / Disclaimer: as an Amazon Associate a Community Clinic Association team earns from qualifying purchases.