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Old June 15th, 2019, 07:47 PM   #5
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Originally Posted by Dec8rSk8r View Post
I bought some new whites back when they first started remaking Shamans, but I wasn't heavy enough to hold them down. I guess Dan Beaver probably isn't around here to do regrooves anymore either. He sure did a professional job.
The old advice was to skate new wheels on cement for a short time(30 minutes each set) clean, then they will grip. Fadt break in like this works. I risked the test on unknown wheels when I bought them, it all worked out.

I'm not sure if weight really does matter or not, all I have seen from experience is the harder wheels of the same line, may break loose the harder the duro is for a given floor. But setup has a lot to do with it too.
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