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Old February 5th, 2018, 02:16 PM   #13
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Originally Posted by fierocious1 View Post is where I get stuff when I order new parts. Jody will take care of you.

If in doubt on Duro, go conservative. IMO, you could start at 93a and not be disappointed. Look at what the guys at the rink are using and what they are doing with them. That will give you a general idea of how hard of a wheel to buy. 97a, 98a are generally used on well kept floors. So 93a to 95a should get it done. Like I said, just my opinion. But I would have a look at others skates first.
Thanks. I will check out that retailer.

My skates when I was 12 had hard candy plates and ice lite wheels(pink hubs/white wheel) and I really liked those but I was about 120lbs back then lol. Same main rink.
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