24 in. (540) X-Core™ 5 Spoke Enduro II Wheelchair Wheel - pr
Featuring a hollow 5 spoke design made from a fiber composite for strength, durability, and lightness
Lightweight 5 rivnut anodized aluminum pushrim
Hub is integrated (molded) with the spokes ensuring the wheels stay tight and true
2 3/8" hub width (measured from bearing to bearing) - bearing is flush on the back and recessed on the front
5 spoke design with smooth surfaces makes cleaning both the wheel and the wheelchair easier
Choice of tire and bearing included in price
Sold as a complete pair, assembled and ready to go
Choice of Bearing Size
The 24 in. (540) X-Core™ 5 Spoke Enduro Wheelchair Wheel is available with 3 different inner diameter bearing sizes. The choice depends on what your existing axle diameter is. Either measure the inside diameter of your existing bearing or the outside diameter of your axle. The options are 1/2", 7/16", or 12mm.
Choice of Tire
Choose the Primo Orion pneumatic tire, the Primo V-Trak Knobby pneumatic tire, the Shox flat free urethane tire, or the Aero-Flex™ flat-free urethane tire.
The Primo Orion features a general all purpose tread design, 75 PSI max, and comes in light gray. An inner tube with schrader valve is included. Sized 37-540 (24 x 1 3/8")
The Primo V-Trak Knobby pneumatic tire features an all terrain knobby tread pattern which provides the grip and traction you need and is the ideal choice for off-roading or recreational use. 65 PSI maximum. An inner tube with schrader valve is included. Sized 37-540 (24 x 1 3/8")
The Aero-Flex™ Urethane Street tire is a solid flat free tire featuring a street design tread for good all around traction and every day use. Choose from light or dark gray color. Sized 37-540 (24 x 1 3/8")
The Shox urethane tire is a solid flat free tire featuring a custom mix of elastomers allowing impacts to resonate throughout the tire, yielding superior shock absorption. The tread pattern is a full herringbone design. Available in black, blue, gray, and red. Sized 25-540 (24 x 1 in.).
24 in. (540) X-Core™ 5 Spoke Enduro Wheelchair Wheel Fitment Notes
Fits a variety of wheelchairs from Invacare, TiLite, Quickie, Colours, or any other brand needing a 540 mm size. This wheelchair wheel fits wheelchairs using a 1/2 , 7/16", or 12 mm diameter axle bolt or equivalent quick release axle. To know if your existing axle will work, add the width of the hub (2 3/8" - measured from bearing to bearing) and add it to the length of your axle carrier tube on the wheelchair and add approx 1/2" for the axle nut. If the axle is not long enough you will need to get a longer one. If you are using quick release axles, the length of the axle is measured from the underside of the adjustment nut to the start of the retractable ball. Most quick release axles have an adjustment up to a 1/4" for a snug fit.
24 in. (540) X-Core™ 5 Spoke Enduro Wheelchair Wheel Specifications
Made for a 24 x 1 or 24 x 1 3/8 wheelchair tire (540 mm) - choice of tire included
Rim supports solid or pneumatic tires with a maximum air pressure of 75 lbs
Hub width is 2 3/8" measured bearing to bearing
5 rivnut pushrim is made from anodized aluminum
Rim and spokes are made from a long fiber composite
Weight is approx 4 lbs 9 oz. with the Primo Orion tire and tube, pushrim, and bearings (each)
Load limit is 300 lls
Good looking and not too expensive. Fairly light and easy to handle. Would love to see this wheel with some color options
Review On Apr 19, 2018 by Jay A of Mobile, AL
I bought these with the red shox tires based on the pictures shown. The contrast between the black rim and red tire looks even better in person and really makes my chair pop (older black quickie 2). I don''t know how long the red tires will stay red, but for now it looks awesome. This is my second order from this company and transaction was smooth and wheels arrived well packaged in 4 days.
Review On Aug 31, 2017 by blake of Corona, CA
Bought these as a spare set for my KI chair to use for traveling. After speaking with Chris, I chose the shox tires which ride very smooth. You were right! Thanks for the help