4 in. Compliant Wheel, 8mm Bore, 35A Durometer

am-3563_green

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This is a green 4 in. Compliant wheel that has a 8 mm Hex bore and a durometer of 35A.

Product Overview

This is a green 4 in. Compliant wheel that has a 8 mm Hex bore and a durometer of 35A.

Specifications

  • Bore: 0.314" (8mm)
  • Diameter: 4"
  • Durometer: 35A
  • Maximum Rotation: 3650 RPM
  • Weight: 0.231 lbs
  • Width: 1"

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7 reviews

  1. star star star star star 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Product shipped quickly

    Product shipped quickly

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  2. star star star star empty_star 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Great set of wheels

    These wheels work great as intake wheels. The 35A durometer is flexible to form around the item when you collect. The hole pattern also fits perfectly with tetrix hubs and channels. Took away one star because one pair of wheels came fused. I had to use a knife to cut and separate them.

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  3. star star star star empty_star 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Green Compliant wheels

    Nice wheels.... We bought too many... Like that is possible..

  4. star star star empty_star empty_star 3.0 out of 5 stars

    "FRC Parts"

    "The only issue we had was that once the game was announced, parts went out of stock. This order was specifically needed to have replacement parts to take to the competition. We had tried to order 4 inch wheels for about 3 weeks, and ended up building the robot with old drive train wheels and exchanging the wheels at the contest with these high compliance wheels for better grip."

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    "Review"

    "4 stars"

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    4 Stars

  7. star star star empty_star empty_star 3.0 out of 5 stars

    "FRC Parts"

    "The only issue we had was that once the game was announced, parts went out of stock. This order was specifically needed to have replacement parts to take to the competition. We had tried to order 4 inch wheels for about 3 weeks, and ended up building the robot with old drive train wheels and exchanging the wheels at the contest with these high compliance wheels for better grip."

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