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Axle 8mm Allen/Hex M7 L34mm 9-pack

Axle 8mm Allen/Hex M7 L34mm 9-pack

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  • Description

    This replacement single axle is made of high-grade steel and features a 4mm hex head. They are fitting skates like the Rollerblade Twister and loads of other skates like.

    Axle diameter size: 8mm
    Length: 34mm;
    Thread: M7

    Sold in a set of 9


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    This replacement single axle is made of high-grade steel and features a 4mm hex head. They are fitting skates like the Rollerblade Twister and loads of other skates like.

    Axle diameter size: 8mm
    Length: 34mm;
    Thread: M7

    Sold in a set of 9

  • Product Specifications

    Axle type Single (mostly for metal frames)
    Color Grey
    Sold per per set of 9

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  • General info about Axles

    Axles are the small bits that keep your wheels in your frames. There are different types of axles: single, double, Allen, Torx and different sizes. We've got every type you can possibly need for your skates. 

    Learn more about the differences between axles here:
    https://www.thisissoul.com/blogs/hardware-insights/everything-about-inline-skating-axles

    General info about Bolts + Spacers

    Bolts are the vital bits and pieces that keep your skate together. Whether is attaching the frame to the boot or the buckle to the cuff, a bolt is what keeps it in place.

    Spacers are small pieces of metal or plastic that keep other parts of your skates in the right place and make sure that your skates function properly.

    There are many different types of bolts and spacers:
    Read Everything about Bearing Spacers
    Read Everything about Cuff Bolts
    Read Everything about Frame Spacers
    Read Everything about Frame Mounting Bolts

  • About Rollerblade

    Rollerblade produces recreational and aggressive inline skates. The company was the first to successfully market inline skates in the early 1980s.