Mission Hi-Lo HL:3 Outdoor Inline Hockey Wheels - 4 Pack

Mission Hi-Lo HL:3 Outdoor Inline Hockey Wheels - 4 Pack

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Mission Hi-Lo HL:3 Outdoor Inline Hockey Wheels - 4 Pack

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  • Durometer: 82A
  • Usage: Outdoor/Street/Cement

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Mission Hi-Lo HL:3 Outdoor Inline Hockey Wheels - 4 Pack
$19.99
By Kevin from horseheads, ny on July 7, 2013
I just wanted to make sure that this package contains 4 of the same size wheels. Therefore, I would need 2 different sizes for the Hi-Lo skate, correct?
By Jeremiah at HockeyGiant.com on July 8, 2013

Answer:
Yes, each order contains 4 wheels of the same size. You would need 80mm and 76mm wheels for the Senior (Size 6 & up) Hi-Lo Chassis.

By josh from charleston, sc on September 24, 2014
what size bearings for these wheels?
By Customer Service on September 24, 2014

Answer:
Standard 608

By Danny from Long Island, NY on March 9, 2014
I just bought ac5 that came with 2 indoor 76A-80MM and 2 76A-76MM wheels per skate. I'm planning on using these outdoors do I order 2 of these?
By Customer Service on March 10, 2014

Answer:
Yes, order one 4 pack of 76mm and one 4 pack of 80mm wheels and you'll be all set.

By Sam Hoefer from Silver Spring, MD on November 28, 2014
I am new to this sort of stuff, so what does a Hi-Lo chassis mean?

By Customer Service on November 28, 2014

Answer:
Mission and Bauer skates run "Hi-Lo" chassis' on their skates. This indicates that the rear 2 wheels are larger than the 2 front wheels. So Senior skates will have (running forward to back): 76mm, 76mm, 80mm, 80mm. Junior skates (sizes 3.0-5.5) will have: 68mm, 68mm, 72mm, 72mm. Junior skates (sizes 1.0-2.5) will have: 59mm, 59mm, 68mm, 68mm.
By Customer Service on November 28, 2014

Answer:
A Hi-Lo style chassis has two 80mm wheels in the back and two 76mm wheels in the front. The Hi-Lo wheels aren't restricted to being used only with Hi-Lo chassis. They're just branded with the Hi-Lo name. What's really important is the size of the wheel, along with the durometer (hardness) of the wheel and the hub size (the size of the hole in the middle of the wheel where the bearings are inserted). If you would like to read more about inline wheels, we have an Inline Hockey Wheel Buying Guide with lots of information.