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lawnmower wheels $10 a piece from ace hardware or home depot allthread with appropriate nuts, as big as u can fit in the ½" copper (or steel if u wa...
make the back holes a bit larger to accomidate the althread
Here is the stuff that I used: some ½ copper pipe the biggest allthread that you can fit in...
You might need an allen wrench or a screw driver again scooters vary........
sorry this is pretty undetailed...... order: nut,wheel,pipe,scooter,pipe,wheel,nut,all of that on the allthread in that order
Add some duct tape around the nuts so they do not shake off.
It worked Great! it bent a bit but i am vey heavy most kids could ride it no problem. that's my sis standing on it,just but one foot on each piece of ...
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