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MSS Custom Scooters
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MSS UK built Custom Scooters
We appreciate that there is not always a factory or off the shelf push scooter for your needs. We also appreciate that choosing colours and being able to fully customise your ride to be as unique as possible is very important!
- Scooter Deck/Footplate
- Front Head Section
- Front Forks
- 2 x Wheels
- Rear Brake
- T Bars
- Handle Bar Grips
- Compression Kit
- Grip Tape
- Bolt Kit
- Wheel Bearings
- Front Axle Bolts
- Rear Axle Bolts
- Rear Axle Spacers
- Wheel Spacers
Bar Ends - Bar ends fit inside the end of your handle bars and on the end of your handle grips. These help protect your bars when your scooter hits the ground. It also prevents your grips from getting scuffed up and damaged.
Grip Tape - The grip tape is the sand paper like material which is fitted to the deck of your scooter to provide grip whilst riding. It comes in many shapes and lengths and can be cut down to fit any scooter. The grip tape is sticky backed so you just peel off the back and fit it onto the deck. Do not fit new griptape to a damp deck or over old grip as it will not stick.
HIC - Hidden internal compression is where a starnut is placed into the top of fork. A HIC shim is then placed over the fork, a top cap then sits on top of the shim where a bolt is then fed through and tightened down.
Inverted Compression - This form of compression involves a starnut that is fitted into the inside of your handle bars, a long threaded nut is then fed upwards through the base of your forks, through your headset and into the star nut. Once fully tightened this gives you a really secure and direct ride for your scooter.
Metal Core Wheels - Alloy wheels refer the the inside material used for the "hub" of your wheel. Metal core wheels are much stronger than standard plastic wheels and are designed for maximum performance on trick scooters and in skate parks. If you often bust plastic wheels or pop spokes we would advise these as a much stronger option. These are available in 100mm and 110mm.Plastic Core Wheels - Plastic wheels are the standard for most entry level scooters. Although the outer PU is to the same standard as the metal wheels the insides are much weaker. If you are doing tricks on your scooter we recommend upgrading to metal core wheels. These are available in 100mm and 110mm.
Stunt Pegs - Stunt pegs are used for stalling on the coping or grinding in parks and on the street. There are a few options available from Swish, 81 Custom, Madd and Blunt to name a few! The cheaper pegs fit onto the scooter using your existing axle bolts. Pegs such as the 81 Custom's come with new replacement high tensile axle bolts which screw into the peg. These are much more durable, harder wearing and require far less maintenance.
Threaded Forks - These are the original industry standard for most push scooters. Because the top of the fork is threaded the forks simply screw into the bottom of your handle bars. This is a cheap system to maintain and replace and is found on scooters such as the JD Bug's , Madd Team Edition and Razor Ultra Pro.
Threadless Forks - Threadless forks give a much more security to your scooter. They are generally more expensive forks initially because they are a higher quality and more premium item. They will also required a threadless headset and compression kit to fit onto your bars. Because of the compression kit you can get the forks extremely tight onto the scooter with no movement which you do get from cheaper headsets on threaded forks.
Threadless Headset - A threadless headset is used for upgrading from a non sealed headset or for use with threadless forks. It is possible to use a threadless headset with threaded forks by using one of your existing headset bolts to clamp the headset down. These are a far more premium form of headset similar to what is found in BMX and mountain bikes. They can be tightened so that there is no movement or wobble in the bars.