JMI 10 Inch Pneumatic Large Wheels
Only for Wheeley Bars with 5/8" Leveling Screws. Will NOT fit Wheeley Bars with 1/2" Leveling Screws! Please measure before ordering!
Upgrade your JMI medium or large wheeley bar system with JMI 10 Inch Pneumatic Large Wheels - Universal Style Wheeley Bars. Only for Wheeley Bars with 5/8" Leveling Screws.
Backorders have a two week delivery time.
JMI 10 Inch Pneumatic Large Wheels - Universal Style Wheeley Bars
Upgrade your JMI medium or large wheeley bar system with JMI 10 Inch Pneumatic Large Wheels - Universal Style Wheeley Bars. Includes six large 10″ all-terrain pneumatic wheels and a tow handle to replace the standard 2-3/8″ hard-rubber wheels or 5" wheels on medium or large sized universal wheeley bar set ups. A dual inboard wheel design on the rear wheels maintains a narrow profile. With these wheels, the Wheeley Bars will raise the mount approximately 3-1/4″ off the ground.
Note: If you simply wish to upgrade to the Wheeley Bars with 10" wheels rather than 2-3/8" wheels during purchase, simply select your desired wheel size. This price offers a cost savings as the small wheels are essentially "traded in" toward the price of the larger wheels upon purchase.
Photo shows JMI Universal Wheeley Bars with the 10" Pneumatic Large Wheel Upgrade, optional Battery Pack Holder and an optional battery pack. The dual inboard wheels on each rear "axle" help keep a narrow profile. The product also includes a pull handle.
Note: This item is an aftermarket wheel upgrade option that allows the replacement of smaller wheels with 10" pneumatic wheels if the current wheels are attached with bolts (current manufacturing method) rather than rivets (very old manufacturing method). With this aftermarket option, purchaser removes the original wheels and installs the 10" wheels. (JMI will not accept returns of used wheels).
What Size Wheels Should I Purchase?
For hard surfaces, such as concrete sidewalks, with seams or cracks, the 5″ polyurethane wheels are best.
The large 10″ all-terrain pneumatic rubber-tire wheels are designed for field use on rough surfaces such as grass, dirt and gravel. However, great care must be taken in maneuvering on these surfaces, particularly when wet, because the wheels may sink below the surface.
We do not recommend using Wheeley Bars on these surfaces under adverse conditions, especially if you have a very heavy telescope.See our Wheely Bars and DollysIntro video