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VersaWheels

VersaWheels offer superior traction performance while maintaining an accessible price point. The integrated VersaKey pattern allows for the mounting of sprockets or gears on each side of the wheel without additional VersaHubs. VersaWheel DTs come with an optional 1/2" hex bore, which allows for direct-drive of the wheel without any additional hub.


The original VersaWheel uses a custom "W" tread pattern, specially designed to maximize traction on FIRST ® Robotics Competition carpet. The VersaWheel DT's feature an all-new split diamond tread pattern for additional performance and wear-resistance through even the toughest competition.



  • Custom "W" tread pattern is specifically designed for FIRST ® Robotics Competition carpet

  • VersaWheel DT's feature a diamond tread pattern for greater wear resistance

SKU: versawheels

Availability: Varies

$4.99
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CAD/Drawings

Details

P/N Description Material CAD Drawings Weight
217-3238 VersaWheel DT (3.25", 1/2" Hex bore) Hub (Original): Glass-filled Nylon
Hub (DT): Polypropylene
Tread: TPR 65-Shore
STEP PDF 0.240 lbs
217-3202 VersaWheel DT (3.25") Hub (Original): Glass-filled Nylon
Hub (DT): Polypropylene
Tread: TPR 65-Shore
STEP PDF 0.230 lbs
217-3197 VersaWheel DT (4") Hub (Original): Glass-filled Nylon
Hub (DT): Polypropylene
Tread: TPR 65-Shore
STEP PDF 0.270 lbs
217-2903 VersaWheel (4") Hub (Original): Glass-filled Nylon
Hub (DT): Polypropylene
Tread: TPR 65-Shore
STEP PDF 0.300 lbs
How To
Additional Info
Specification Mounting Holes: (6) 0.169" clearance holes on a 1.875" bolt circle
Bore: 1.125" OD Bearing Hole or 1/2" Hex
Load Rating: Conservatively rated for use on 200 lb robots
Coefficient of Friction:
  • Versawheel 1.2
  • DT: 1.0
  • *The CoF was measured between standard FRC carpet and the VersaWheels. The test was done with a robot of known weight being tilted on an incline until the wheels began to slip.