Published at Tuesday, 21 August 2018. Inline Skates. By Andrea Mccormick.
As you get more and more into your skating, you will learn more advanced maintenance, you'll learn to fix problems and do upgrades to your inline skates, but in the meantime, there are a few things you should start with to keep your skates in top condition, like rotate the wheels, clean the bearings and tighten the screws.
When you think about inline skates, women may not be the first target group that pops into your head. Do you or a woman you know think inline skating is a daunting proposition? Are you a woman that is looking for a fun way to lose weight or perhaps you just want to get in better shape? If so, I would highly recommend that you give it a try.
First, you can rotate your wheels. If you are an adult, you know the value and importance of rotating your car tires. If you don't, you will have uneven wear and cause the tires to wear out sooner. The very same principle applies to the inline wheel. It is not difficult to rotate the wheels. All you need is an allen wrench and about five minutes later you are done. Take the wheels that are for your left foot and put them on the skate for your right foot. Do the same for the right foot. It is best to put the ones in the front in the back and the ones in the back in the front. The others can be just changed from the left foot skate to the right foot skate in the middle part of the skate wheels. In the process of changing the wheels, if you come across any dirt, make sure you clean that off your wheels with a dry cloth. Do not put things like WD40 on your skate wheels. It can damage your bearings.
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