Stunt Scooter Clamps - Shop with SkateHut

Scooter Clamps are used to clamp the Scooter Handle Bars onto threaded Scooter Forks. The more clamping power the less likely the rider is to suffer from wheel off-set. Some riders use more than one Scooter Clamp to maximise performance. Here at SkateHut we have a wide range of Scooter Clamps that cover the need of every rider. We stock all the best brands available in the UK, from the likes of Blunt Envy Scooters, CORE Scooter, Drone, Ethic Scooters and more. We also offer bundles and big discounts that we run on a regular basis so that you can have a great time, whilst saving money too.

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Scooter Collar Clamp FAQs

  • How do I fit a collar clamp for a stunt scooter?

    Fitting a collar clamp on a stunt scooter is a fairly simple process, and can be done with just a few basic tools. Here are the steps to follow:

    1. Gather the necessary tools: You will need an Allen wrench or a socket wrench, and a clamp for your collar.

    2. Remove the old clamp (if necessary): If you are replacing an old clamp, use the Allen wrench or socket wrench to loosen the bolts on the old clamp and remove it from the scooter.

    3. Position the new clamp: Place the new collar clamp around the scooter's handlebars, making sure that it is centered and level.

    4. Tighten the bolts: Use the Allen wrench or socket wrench to tighten the bolts on the collar clamp. Tighten the bolts gradually, alternating between bolts to ensure even pressure on the clamp. Make sure that the clamp is securely tightened, but do not over-tighten the bolts, as this can damage the handlebars or the clamp.

    5. Test the clamp: Give the clamp a gentle tug to make sure that it is securely fastened to the handlebars. If the clamp feels loose, tighten the bolts further until it is snug.

    That's it! Your new collar clamp should now be securely attached to your stunt scooter's handlebars, providing a stable and safe connection.

  • What kind of scooter clamps are there?

    There are several types of scooter clamps available, each with its own unique design and features. Here are some of the most common types:

    1. Standard Clamp: The standard clamp, also known as a double clamp, is the most common type of clamp used on scooters. It has two bolts that clamp around the scooter's handlebars, providing a secure connection.

    2. Triple Clamp: The triple clamp, also known as a spider clamp, has three bolts that clamp around the handlebars. This design provides a stronger and more secure connection, making it a popular choice among riders who perform high-impact tricks and stunts.

    3. Oversized Clamp: An oversized clamp is designed to fit over larger diameter handlebars, typically those with a diameter of 34.9mm. This type of clamp is becoming more popular as scooter bars are getting larger in diameter.

    4. SCS Clamp: SCS (Standard Compression System) clamp is a more advanced type of clamp that is designed to provide the maximum amount of compression and stability. It is made up of a compression system, a fork, and a clamp, and is compatible with most types of bars.

    5. HIC Clamp: HIC (Hidden Internal Compression) clamp is another advanced type of clamp that is designed to provide a cleaner look by hiding the compression system within the bars. It is compatible with most types of bars, but requires a specialized fork.

    6. IHC Clamp: IHC (Integrated Headset Compression) clamp is a newer type of clamp that integrates the compression system with the headset, making it more compact and lightweight.

    Each type of clamp has its own advantages and disadvantages, so it's important to choose the one that best fits your needs and riding style.

  • When should I replace my clamp?

    There is no specific timeline for when you should replace your scooter clamp, as the lifespan of the clamp will depend on several factors, including the quality of the clamp, the frequency and intensity of your riding, and the overall condition of your scooter.

    Here are some signs that it may be time to replace your scooter clamp:

    1. Damage or Wear: Check the clamp regularly for any signs of damage or wear, such as cracks, dents, or scratches. If you notice any damage, it's best to replace the clamp immediately to avoid any safety issues.

    2. Loose or Unstable Connection: If the clamp feels loose or unstable when riding, it may be time to replace it. A loose clamp can cause the handlebars to slip or twist, which can be dangerous, especially when performing high-impact tricks or stunts.

    3. Difficulty Adjusting or Tightening: If you have difficulty adjusting or tightening the bolts on the clamp, it may be a sign that the clamp is worn out or damaged. In this case, it's best to replace the clamp to ensure a secure and stable connection.

    4. Upgrade or Compatibility: If you are upgrading your scooter or switching to a new handlebar, you may need to replace the clamp to ensure compatibility and proper fit.

    Overall, it's important to inspect your scooter clamp regularly and replace it as needed to ensure a safe and secure ride.