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Scooter Bars

Upgrading Scooter Bars is really popular and an easy way of giving a stunt scooter a whole new feel.

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Slamm Low T-Bar

Slamm Low T-Bar£19.95  (1)


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When you change over scooter bars you just need to make sure you are buying the right bars to fit your scooter.  Depending on your set up you may also need to replace your clamp.

Bar heights are pretty standard across the board with the average height coming in around the 23 inch mark.  This is the actual bar itself so doesn't take in to account head tube height, deck height or wheel height when measuring.

You can get a lower bar height with the Slamm Low T-Bar.  This comes in at 19 inches and is perfect for younger riders who find standard bars much too high. (If your bars are too high you are not going to have proper control of the scooter, which could in turn mean you fall and hurt yourself)

Bar girths usually come as standard or oversized and this is where you will need to check what clamp you will need. 

Standard bars have an outside diameter of 32mm and inside of 28mm and fit standard clamps and forks. 

Oversized bars have an outside diameter of 35mm and inside of 28mm and fit oversized clamps and standard forks (including mini HIC systems).

True Oversized bars have an outside diameter of 35mm and inside of 32mm and fit oversized clamps and forks with HIC systems.

 

Watch this space for more bars coming soon....