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Old August 10th, 2013, 03:47 AM   #21
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Going by the wheels and Sure-Grip with Hyde, I'd speculate these were probably an 80s rink pro shop build. Distributor build would've more likely have been Riedell/Sure-Grip or Hyde/Chicago/Ware Bros.
Well, the wheels are new, very new but the build ... eh kinda unsure of where this build took place. The front mounts are rivets and the rear is like a t-nut (I tried to remove the insole and it broke so I quit there). The right skate is mounted way off center. Still stoked either way
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Old August 10th, 2013, 04:12 AM   #22
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Put a set of Fomac Premier wheels on and you got your self a great rhythm setup.
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Old August 10th, 2013, 05:02 AM   #23
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Well, the wheels are new, very new but the build ... eh kinda unsure of where this build took place. The front mounts are rivets and the rear is like a t-nut (I tried to remove the insole and it broke so I quit there). The right skate is mounted way off center. Still stoked either way
Fronts mounted with rivets are VERY common. A bit more so with closed toe boots, but I've seen it on PLENTY of boots that laced down to the toe. It was easier for the person mounting it, they'd simply rivet the things on the front end, and not need to jerk around with a tool to hold the front screws in. I hate rivet mounts with a passion, as they're difficult to remove. With skates like these, who cares? Pop some Supers on 'em, maybe some new bell stoppers and sell 'em to a session skater.
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Old August 10th, 2013, 05:11 AM   #24
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Put a set of Fomac Premier wheels on and you got your self a great rhythm setup.
Yeah, prolly so bro BUT I`m thinking old school Zingers and a quick resale for a few bucks.
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