Customise your Stunt Scooter with our range of Parts & Accessories

Customising your Scooter is a crucial part of your ownership, that’s why at SkateHut we’ve got such an extensive range of scooter accessories. From bar ends, spacers and stands to stickers, wax and tools. Shop all our scooter accessories and essentials today to get yours looking skate park ready.

Remember to check compatibility and quality when purchasing parts and accessories for your stunt scooter. It's advisable to consult with a professional or do thorough research to ensure you choose the right components for your specific scooter model.

Stunt Scooter Parts FAQs

  • What parts can I get to customise my stunt scooter?

    There are numerous parts and accessories available for stunt scooters to enhance their performance, safety, and aesthetics. Upgrading your scooter's wheels can improve its speed, grip, and maneuverability. You can find a variety of high-performance wheels made from different materials like urethane or aluminum.
    Scooter grips are essential for maintaining a firm and comfortable hold on the handlebars. They come in various designs, colors, and materials like rubber or soft foam. Upgrading your handlebars can offer improved strength, control, and style. Look for handlebars made from durable materials like chromoly steel or aluminum alloy. The deck is the platform where you place your feet. Upgrading to a lighter, stronger, or wider deck can enhance stability, durability, and control during tricks and jumps.
    The fork connects the front wheel to the deck and plays a role in the scooter's steering. High-quality forks can provide better suspension, strength, and responsiveness. The headset enables smooth rotation of the handlebars. An upgraded headset with sealed bearings can improve the scooter's overall performance. Pegs are attachments that can be added to the front or rear wheel axles. They allow for additional grinding and stunts, providing a surface to slide on rails and curbs.
    A compression system is responsible for securing the handlebars to the fork. Popular compression systems include HIC (Hidden Internal Compression), ICS (Inverted Compression System), and SCS (Standard Compression System). Customising your scooter with stickers and decals is a popular way to personalize its appearance and showcase your style.
  • Can I create my own stunt scooter from buying parts?

    Yes, you can definitely create your own stunt scooter by buying parts and assembling them together. This is actually a popular option among scooter riders who want to customise their ride to match their unique riding style and preferences.

    To build your own stunt scooter, you'll need to start by selecting the parts that you want to use. This can include a deck, wheels, bearings, grips, forks, headset, clamp, brakes, and pegs. Once you have chosen the parts you want to use, you'll need to make sure they are compatible with each other and with your scooter frame. You can consult the specifications of each part to ensure they will fit together properly.

    After you have all of the necessary parts, you'll need to assemble them according to the manufacturer's instructions. If you're not confident in your mechanical skills, you may want to seek assistance from a professional or experienced scooter builder.

    Building your own stunt scooter can be a rewarding experience that allows you to create a personalised ride that matches your individual style and needs. Just remember to choose high-quality parts that are suited to your riding style, and make sure everything is assembled properly for a safe and enjoyable riding experience.

  • Can I replace parts on my stunt scooter?

    Yes, you can replace parts on your stunt scooter. In fact, replacing parts is a common practice among scooter riders who want to maintain or upgrade their ride's performance, functionality, or appearance.

    Some common parts that may need to be replaced over time include wheels, bearings, grips, brakes, and deck. If any of these parts are worn out or damaged, replacing them can improve your scooter's performance and extend its lifespan.