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Old December 30th, 2019, 08:28 PM   #1
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Default Different hardness wheels on the same skate

I currently have Roll-line Panthers on all 8 wheels (95A). I am wondering if I might get better spins (toe-toe) with a combination of Mustang's (97A) or Leopard's (99A) with my Panthers?

I have not experimented with hardness combinations before, I sakte mostly freestyle on wood floors.

Looking for advice. What are the the pros and cons of mixing it up?

What combinations do you recommend and how would you arrange them on the skate?

Thanks for your help!
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