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Converting Little Tikes Roller Blades

I was given used Little Tikes roller blades for my child. I want to convert the 3 wheeled roller skate to the 3 wheel inline skate. I am not sure if I have all the needed parts. Is there a manual to this?

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  • pab011503 Apr 01, 2009

    I have the opposite problem. Our skates are in the inline position and I want to convert them to the trainer skates. I have directions in the box, but they only explain how to replace the wheels and brakes, not how to convert them.

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My nephew has these skates and I just converted them from the training position to the inline position. The skates come with a bag of extra parts that you need to make the conversion. Basically you need the same bolt that is used for the first wheel and the middle wheel since the back two wheels are mounted on a long bolt that doesn't work for just one wheel. If you didn't get these spare parts then you're probably out of luck. If you're converting to the inline position you might be able to just use the front and rear positions but the plastic frame may not be strong enough. Good luck!

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