Build you own clip-on wheels for $5
kbman last edited by
This is is all great! Seems like the most recent improvement w the lil wood strip makes it taller too
jeff8v7 last edited by
@thegreck Nice change. I just saw this post. Making it a little taller is a nice idea too. I found putting the wheels farther apart helps with stability too.
I actually just ordered a couple of wheels that I can screw directly onto the deck - because I'm just that lazy. I'll post pictures & a review when I get it completed. Here's the link to the least obtrusive side mount caster wheels I could find...
RogueStar last edited by
Just found this thread, and lucky enough that this is exactly what I need on extremely short notice.
Will post pics of the DIY hack soon :3
clinton last edited by
thats awesome ,really good idea,but I think if it is the foldable little scooter ,that would be better
Nice job, Dirt Cheap!
PS: Get two OW add a seat in between the two then you can sit while riding.
Maybe add a roof, air-con radio...
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Here is mine! Cork to protect...
el_puente last edited by
Thanks for all the tips here -- I really wanted something like this. I am close to finishing mine -- tried this hilariously large binder clip found on Amazon because I wanted to see if I could get away with only one clip, plus try out a swivel wheel. It works fairly well! Although ideally I'd love for FM or someone else to mass produce a perfect version that I could just buy.
I glued a felt strip to one inner side of the clip because the metal on the grip tape was fingernails-on-a-chalkboard horrible. Also found that if I clip it on the corner of the board instead of the middle, I can drag it behind me like I would a roller suitcase.
(Also as mentioned above, drilling through the clip suuuuuucks. Gave the task to a handy DIY-type buddy and the struggle was real.)
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skyman88 last edited by
I shared that video on FB a while back on here. Clever way to tow your board home... way better than carrying it. Thanks for officially sharing the link.