Published at Tuesday, 21 August 2018. Inline Skates. By Andrea Mccormick.
You could read through the classified ads in your local newspaper to see if anyone is selling a second-hand pair of rollerblades, which you could pick up cheaply and then remove the inline skate wheels and fit them to your own rollerblades. You could buy a new pair of inline skates - costly, but if your needs have changed and you are now using your inline skates for a different purpose to the one you had originally in mind, buying new ones may be the best.
Buying your replacement rollerblade wheels from a specialist may seem more expensive at first, than buying a second hand set from somebody who's no longer interested in using their rollerblades, but using a specialist will pay off in the long run. You will not only save money by buying the most appropriate inline wheels for your needs, you will also buy a set of rollerblade wheels catering for the future.
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.
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