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8 x 2 in. Wheelchair Caster Wheel with 7/16" Bearings & Urethane Tire
The 8 x 2 in. Wheelchair Caster Wheel with 7/16" Bearings & Urethane Tire features a flat free solid urethane tire and is designed to fit many Invacare Wheelchairs. Sold individually (each). For a pair, order quantity 2.
2 piece rim means the tire can be changed later on
Sold individually (each). For a pair, order quantity 2
8 x 2 in. Wheelchair Caster Wheel with 7/16" Bearings & Urethane Tire Fitment Notes
This caster assembly fits the following wheelchairs from Invacare with the 8 x 2 inch caster option. Look at your existing caster assembly closely as Invacare has many caster options for these wheelchairs.
Action Series Arrow® 4M900/5M900
Ranger X™ M3900
Ranger II™ RM900
Pronto® R2™, Ranger II™ MWD for WSBT (After 2/29/2000)
Storm Series® 2G
Storm Series® 3G (Elevating Seat included ESS6-STM)
Storm Series® Power 9000 (After 11/14/1995)
Storm Series® Ranger II™
Storm Series® Ranger II™ Excel™ R2™ jr.
Storm Series® Ranger II™ MWD and Chairs for WSBT (Before 3/1/2000)
In addition, this caster assembly may fit many other wheelchairs needing this size, bearing, and hub width. Measuring your existing assembly is always recommended for confirmation
Measuring your existing wheelchair caster:
Purchasing the proper wheelchair caster is as simple as measuring the old one. Even if the size is written on the existing caster, you still want to make sure the hub width and bearing size will be correct. Properly measuring will ensure you order the correct caster and prevent an installation headache and the hassle of sending them back.