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Old May 11th, 2016, 07:27 AM   #1
Meshman
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Default Wheel Wear

Hi there, I just started on aggressive inlines (from quads) and for my first gentle outing spent 3 hours skating in the park with my family.

After the session I noticed that my wheels were significantly worn, which begs the question -

How often should you expect to replace your wheels?

I have an anti-rocker setup, which must promote more wear anyway as I could feel myself dragging them to tighten my turning circle though I am not 100% sure if that is good technique or just me trying to adapt from the flex of trucks on quads to the rigidity of inline wheels?
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