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Wheelchair Tires - Wheelchair Replacement Tires, Caster Wheels, Pneumatic Tires & High Performance Racer Tires

If you or a loved one relies on a wheelchair, it is imperative that you keep it in good working condition with a regular maintenance routine; part of that routine should include ensuring timely wheelchair tire replacement. Allegro Medical offers many different high-quality tires including standard tires, racing tires, rugged tires, and more from brands you know and trust. Shop our full inventory of wheelchair replacement tires in a variety of styles and sizes at the lowest prices guaranteed. Please note: When choosing tires for your wheelchair, always make sure that you double-check the size that you are ordering to make sure it will work properly.

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  1. High Performance Primo V-Trak Knobby Tire - 24 x 1 3/8 - 1 pair High Performance Primo V-Trak Knobby Tire - 24 x 1 3/8" - 1 pair
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    $44.20
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  2. High Performance Primo Racer Wheelchair Tire - 24 x 1 High Performance Primo Racer Wheelchair Tire - 24 x 1"
    $32.74 - $63.56
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  3. Urethane Snap-on Pyramid Profile Tire 24 x 1 Fits Most RED CORD - 1 pair Urethane Snap-on Pyramid Profile Tire 24" x 1" Fits Most RED CORD - 1 pair
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    $35.29
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  4. 26 X 125-590 Schwalbe Marathon Plus Evolution Tire - 1 pair 26" X 1" 25-590 Schwalbe Marathon Plus Evolution Tire - 1 pair
    $101.27
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  5. High Performance Primo Knobby Tire - 24 x 1.95 - Each High Performance Primo Knobby Tire - 24 x 1.95" - Each
    $26.64
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  6. High Performance Primo Racer Tire - 26 x 1 High Performance Primo Racer Tire - 26 x 1"
    $33.00 - $39.77
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  7. High Performance Primo Racer Tire - 25 x 1 High Performance Primo Racer Tire - 25 x 1"
    $59.67 - $69.21
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  8. 12 1/2 x 2 1/4 Rear Mag Wheels with Urethane Tires - 1 pair 12 1/2" x 2 1/4" Rear Mag Wheels with Urethane Tires - 1 pair
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    $117.65
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  9. 24 x 1 Rear Wheel Heavy Duty- 1 pair 24" x 1" Rear Wheel Heavy Duty - 1 pair
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  10. Gray Pneumatic Street Tire - 26 x 1 3/8 - 1 pair Gray Pneumatic Street Tire - 26 x 1 3/8" - 1 pair
    $33.18
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  11. 8 X 2 Caster Wheels With Foam Filled Tires and Bearings - 1 pair 8" X 2" Caster Wheels With Foam Filled Tires and Bearings - 1 pair
    $69.12
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  12. Dark Grey Urethane Snap-on Street Tire 24x1 Fits Most - 1 pair Dark Grey Urethane Snap-on Street Tire 24”x 1-3/8” Fits Most - 1 pair
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  13. 8 x 2 Invacare Caster Wheel With 7/16 Bearings - 1 pair 8" x 2" Invacare Caster Wheel With 7/16" Bearings - 1 pair
    $67.61
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  14. SHOX Snap-On Wheelchair Tire - 26 x 1 (590mm) SHOX Snap-On Wheelchair Tire - 26" x 1" (590mm)
    $54.66
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  15. Gray Pneumatic Rib Tire - 8 x 1 1/4 Gray Pneumatic Rib Tire - 8 x 1 1/4"
    $19.89
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  16. 24 x 1 Invacare / Drive 9 Spoke Mag Wheels Pair 8 Packs - 1 pair 24" x 1" Invacare / Drive 9 Spoke Mag Wheels Pair 8 Packs - 1 pair
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    $102.94
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  17. Light Grey Urethane Street Tire - 24 x 1 3/8 - 1 pair Light Grey Urethane Street Tire - 24 x 1 3/8" - 1 pair
    $45.06
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  18. 8 x 2 Caster Wheel With 5/16 Bearings - 1 pair 8" x 2" Caster Wheel With 5/16" Bearings - 1 pair
    $59.24
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  19. Urethane Rib Tire 8 X 2 (210-65)Fits Permobile Wheels - 1 pair Urethane Rib Tire 8" X 2" (210-65) Fits Permobile Wheels - 1 pair
    $41.18
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS


How do I remove a solid wheelchair tire?

If you are removing a solid wheelchair tire with the intent of using it again, use an "S" tool. Wedge the "S" tool up and underneath until the lever protrudes on both sides of the rim. A group of pins holds the tire to the rim. You can remove them by trapping the wheel between your legs and rolling the “S” tool lever toward you. Alternatively, you can use a wrench to pry the tire up from the rim and cut the pins with a pair of snips. Ensure to buy new pins where wheelchair accessories are available for sale.

What is the difference between a wheelchair wheel and a wheelchair tire?

The main difference between wheelchair wheels and wheelchair tires, like the Gray Pneumatic Street Tire, is wheelchair tires are components of wheelchair wheels. When you push or pull the handrails, the wheelchair wheels receive the transference of energy and move your wheelchair forward or backward in a rolling motion. The tires assist the wheels in efficiently rolling over various surfaces with unique qualities, such as the speed features built in a High-Performance Primo Racer Wheelchair Tire.

What types of wheelchair tires are there?

Regardless of your interests or needs, there are many types of wheelchair tires available, such as the High-Performance Primo V-Trak Knobby Tire and slick racing tires. In addition, there are air-filled, foam-filled, or solid tires for various shock absorption and traction levels. Air-filled tires are cheaper but not flat-proof like the solid tire options. Plus, you have a wide variety of casters, like the 8" x 1" Caster Wheel With 7/16 Bearings. All these tire variations are available in the three standard wheelchair tire sizes: 24 inch - 540, 25 inch - 559, and 26 inch – 590.

How do I clean a wheelchair tire?

The best cleaning method for wheelchair tires is to sweep away dirt and particulates with a brush, broom, or other stiff-bristled cleaning tools. If your tires have mud on them, let them dry until the mud gets flakey. This process usually takes a few hours. You should not use the rubber conditioner on the wheelchair's tire tread because it makes the tires slippery. Also, you should clean your wheelchair wheels and tires before you enter your home.

How do I measure for a replacement wheelchair tire?

Replacement tires for wheelchairs come in standardized sizes. So, measuring your present tire will help you choose the correct size replacement tire. You can use a cloth measuring tape to measure from the outside of the rim on one side to the outside of the rim on the opposite side. If you use inches, you can multiply that number by 25 to get the millimeter measurement. For example, if your wheel measure 25 inches, the millimeter measurement would be 559 millimeters. You will need both measurements because some manufacturers use standard and others use metric sizes for their mobility aids.


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