Dial 911 Standard Axle$1.45
Dial 911 Lock Nut 8mm$2.05
Slamm Axle And Spacer Set$9.95
Tilt F5 Axle$9.95
Ethic 12STD V2 Scooter Axle$8.95
Longway Deck Scooter Axle$3.25
Versatyl Deck Axle/Spacer Kit$3.25
Ethic 8 STD Torx Fork Axle Set$8.95
Ethic Erawan/Pandemonium V2 Scooter Axle$1.45
Tilt Deck Axle Set$13.95
Ethic Fork Axle$1.45
Scooter Axles Come in Different Variations
Here you can find a replacement scooter axle if your original wheel bolts are broken or the bolts are getting rounded. The axle’s job is to connect the wheels to the stunt scooter in a durable way that maintains speed. Axles for the front are known as the fork axles, and the ones for the back are called scooter rear axles.
Axles are most commonly made from are steel and aluminium. Steel is stronger and aluminium is lighter, so the best stunt scooter axle depends on the individual rider’s preferences and riding style.
What Size Are Scooter Axles?
People often ask, what scooter axle bolt size do I need? The standard scooter bolt diameter is 8 mm, but they also come in 6 mm, 10 mm and everything in-between. It is a good idea to measure your old scooter axle bolt before purchasing a new one, to make sure you buy the right length.
Pegs Can Be Mounted on the Axles
Most scooter pegs can be customised to fit almost any deck with the use of spacers and the correct axle. When you buy scooter pegs, they sometimes come with an axle that will allow you to install them correctly. The axle size depends on how many pegs you want to install on each axle and what kind of deck and fork you use. Check out all our Stunt scooter Pegs to see the different styles and lengths that can go with your scooter axles.
If you’re still in doubt about how to pick the right axle diameter and length, then no worries. Simply head to our Buying Scooter Axles Guide where we’ll tell you everything you need to know, no matter if you want a front, rear axle or new axles for mounting pegs.