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Old September 22nd, 2017, 12:31 AM   #24
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Smile Did you modify the Imperials to fit the Royal Cushions.

I have a set of Imperials that have the old fashion "Barrell' cushions.

But my Ti Royals have a tapered cushion on the bottom that is rounded before going into the Cup. Also the bottom cushion is shorter in height.

The Royal Cushions even look like they could be smaller in diameter, but may be the same diameter as the Imperials.

So does your Royals and Imperial react the same. I could see how the Royals could react differently. I have never mounted up the Ti Royals to see how they would skate but even the adjustment seems weird. There is a nylon nut instead of they typical old fashion, allen wrench and 1/2" bolt lock down.

Thanks for any information.


Larry Otani

P.S. Don't get me wrong. The Dance plate is the most reactive, turning plate you can buy, by far.....but I think that can also be a detriment to the serious freestyle skaters doing doubles and a figure skater who want precise move around the Big circles.
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