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Get complete sets of rollerblade axles here

Even though the axles on your rollerblades are very durable, there will be a time, where you have to replace them. The most common failure scenario for a set of inline skate axles is that they simply break in half. Another typical problem can be found in the thread that gets worn out after multiple bearings and wheels replacements.

Luckily rollerblade axles is a very cheap part to replace. This is why many skaters choose to replace all of their axles when one of them breaks. For this purpose, we have a lot of different complete sets from different manufacturers such as K2 and Tempish.

You also have the opportunity to buy single rollerblade axles, which of course, is the right solution for some skaters.

If we take a brand like Rollerblade, they recommend that you buy new axles and screws with each wheel change. In our opinion, this isn’t necessary unless you see visible wear and tear on the parts that are in direct contact with the wheel spacers. A set of inline skate axles should be able to live through a couple of sets of wheels.

How to loosen a stuck axle

If you are in that sad situation, that one of your axles are stuck in the frame of your skate you shouldn’t worry too much about it. This happens to almost everyone at some point, but especially for new skaters who are afraid to loose the axle or wheel while skating and therefore tightens the rollerblade axles too much.

To get the stuck axles out you should try giving it some lubricant and let it rest for the night. If the axles haven't loosened up during the night you can try the next method.

For this, you should use a hacksaw to cut a flat slot in the screw head. When the slot is deep enough you take a flathead screwdriver and use it to loosen the Axle. Still no luck? Let’s bring out the heavy artillery.

You have to drill it out. Get your electronic drill and a drill that is approx the same size as the screw head. Then very slowly let the drill work its way through the screw head. When it has come off, you should be able to push the axle right through. Note: Be very careful not to damage the frame, when using this method.

On this page you can find our selection of inline skate axles. If your original inline axles are broken or if you just need new inline axles, you can find new ones at our page. Soon you'll be right back on your skates again cruising the streets.

For more information about size and which models the axles are suitable with, read the specific product page.