B.LeekS Luggage Suitcase Wheels with ABEC 608zz Bearings, Inline Outdoor Skate Replacement Wheels with Multiple Sizes, One Set of (2) Wheels
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- ★Multiple Sizes - 40mm × 18mm / 45mm × 18mm / 50mm × 18mm / 60mm × 18mm / 70mm × 24mm / 76mm × 24mm / 80mm × 24mm. (Please always check the size before making any order.)
- ★Standard Center Bearing ID - 6mm.
- ★Additional Accessories - Package includes (2) wheels with (2) hexagonal metal rivets, (2) screws, (2) axles and (4) washers.
- ★Easy Operation - 1. Use a hacksaw to cut off the pole which connects the original wheels. 2. Put on the new ones with the included accessories.
- ★Wide Application - Replacements for luggage case wheels and roller skate wheels.
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B.LeekS Luggage Case Wheels with ABEC 608zz Bearings, Inline Outdoor Skate Replacement Wheels with Multiple Sizes, One Set of (2) Wheels
Multiple Sizes - 40mm × 18mm / 45mm × 18mm / 50mm × 18mm / 60mm × 18mm / 70mm × 24mm / 76mm × 24mm / 80mm × 24mm.(as shown in the pictures.)
Standard Center Bearing ID - 6mm.
How to Use:
1. Use a hacksaw to cut off the pole which connects the original wheels.
2. Put on the new ones with the included accessories.
Package includes (2) wheels with (2) hexagonal metal rivets, (2) screws and (4) washers.
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The only warning I would give is that the ball bearings that came with it would not work with my suitcase. It has a bolt that screws into the main unit, and that bolt was a larger diameter than the internal diameter of the bearings with the wheels. But it didn't cause me a problem - I was able to pop out the new bearings and pop it the bearings from my old wheels, which were functioning just fine. But if I didn't have those, or they weren't in good shape, I would have had to return these wheels.
If I had to do it over again, I would have ordered a 50 mm rather than a 45. Although I measured carefully, it was a bit hard to tell with the wheel in place. So my recommendation is to remove the old wheel and measure between the middle of the old hole and the luggage bottom, which is a lot easier than trying to eyeball it with the wheel blocking a direct placement of the tape measure. But this has nothing to do with the quality of the wheels, which appears to be quite high.
This 80mm wheel works perfect for my Victorinox carryon luggage. 1. Take off the stock wheels with an Allen wrench. 2. Pop out the bearings from stock wheels. 3. Pop out bearings from new wheels and insert set of bearings previously removed from stock wheels. 4. Attach new wheels to luggage using original bolts. Apply blue loctite to threads and tighten lightly. (If you tighten too much the wheels don’t spin freely).
I couldn’t be happier.
My case had a different mount than they were intended. With a minor amount of enginuinity and left over parts from my tool box I had them fitting and rolling properly.