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  • Tires
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    6x1.25 Pneumatic Tire
    $ 9 99
    R03-1180
    6" x 1-1/4" Solid Tire
    $ 25 99
    R03-1155
    Discontinued
    12-1/2" x 3.0" Currie Knobby Scooter Tire
    $ 19 99
    R03-1086
    Discontinued
    110/50-6.5 Slick Tire
    $ 14 99
    R03-1081
    90/65-6.5 Treaded Tire
    $ 19 99
    R03-1083
    Discontinued
    90/65-6.5 Slick Tire **CLEARANCE**
    $ 8 99
    R03-1082
    Discontinued
    13x6.5-6 Pocket Bike Tire
    $ 19 99
    I27-3475
    Discontinued
    26" x 2.125" Mongoose Bicycle Tire
    $ 19 99
    R03-1106
    Discontinued
    Scooter & Bike Tire Lever
    $ 1 49
    E41-9804
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    Motor scooter tires for all makes and models of electric and gas scooters. Many tread pattern scooter tires are available, including solid no-flat and premium quality electric scooter tires for many applications.

    Monster Scooter Parts has scooter tires direct from the top tire factories, including Currie, Innova, Qind, Qing Da, and Razor. Many electric scooter tires are also compatible with gas scooters, including the popular 3.00-4 motor scooter tires used by almost all scooter manufacturers.

    SCOOTER TIRE SIZES
    1: If an "x" separates the 1st set of numbers, the 1st number is the outside diameter on all scooter tires and the 2nd number is the overall width. If a third number is used, that number represents the inside tire diameter, or the outside diameter of the rim.

    2: If a "/" separates the 1st set of numbers, the 1st number is the overall width of the tire and the 2nd number identifies the section height. This is the measurement from the crown to the bead of the tire. The last number is the rim diameter. The overall diameter of the tire is D + D + C. For example, a 4.10/3.50-4 tire's overall diameter is 11" (3.5 + 3.5 + 4). Some sizes omit the tire width measurement completely, such as a 3.00-4 tire. In this example, the "3.00" is the measure of the section height and the "4" is the rim diameter, or the inside diameter of the tire.