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Old November 16th, 2018, 11:59 AM   #12
jbgerman
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Originally Posted by larryoracing View Post
They came out with the Spin plate with a lot less machining. The Ring plate looked just like the Roll Line "Dance" plate without the toe stop mount.

I love this skate. It is my choice for figures. It's not as turney at a Dance plate.

Larry O and have a great day! There is a lady on the Skater Exchange selling a few of these plates if you are interested.
I have two pairs. My current favorite is the "Killer", Evo plates with the usual Roll Line large cushion and trucks, not the Matrix-design like in the Evo. I cut the toe-stop stem to make it "no-toe-stop".
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