Today we are going to be repairing a standard RipStik Wheel. To begin you’ll need a few things. You’ll need a pair of needle drivers (or similar) which will act as a crowbar to remove the bearing from the wheel. You will need a new roller blade wheel (same as RipStik Wheels), or two, if your going to be replacing two. You’ll also need two alan renches 3/15th in size. First of all what your going to want to do, is take the wheel out.
Once the wheels is out your going to take the needle drivers and pry out the bearing and it will look something like this (pretty thin) and then you take your new roller blade wheel (same as RipStik Wheels) and there will be a middle part in it like this and two of the bearings. Put the middle part in, taking care it doesn’t fall over while it is in there, and press in the new bearing.
Sometimes it gets put in backwards, like I just did so just flip it around and press it in (It should relativeley easy to press in).
Once you have that in then take your original cross bar piece and you should have two slightly large washes that go with along with it and you’ll put it back in the space. And once your down it will look like and you’ll have a new RipStik Wheel to race along with.