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Old December 21st, 2016, 12:37 AM   #7
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I think I'm understanding a little better. Would these tests also include loading in regard to turning angles and toe Vs heel weight bias?
I have the tool for analyzing turn angles now. Built it a few years ago but assembled it a couple of months ago after digging it out of equipment in storage. Bias toe to heal can be changed or tested with plates that have adjustable truck positions. There is a plate out there now that does that, can't remember the name of them, possibly Bont? The trucks can be loosened up and moved forward and backwards on the plate. Then you get a plate that measures the length you like and assemble your skates(expensive way to get it all together but possibly worth it in the long run).
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