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Old January 24th, 2017, 05:34 PM   #21
Sir Aaron
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Did you know the Paioli Hudora is back as Hudor?

The Paioli Hudora, an old plate from the 80's, has been brought back as Hudor. There are dealers in the US and UK carrying the Hudor. Both Hudora and Hudor use the same clip action as the Atlas which I prefer over the Roll Line and Snyder. The Hudor comes with rubber cushions. The truck on the Hudor is the same as the truck on the Piranha, Shark and Cristal, so you should be able to interchange the rubber cushions with the urethane cushions used on the other plates designed for freestyle.

I feel both Hudora and Hudor are excellent figure plates on par with Atlas and better than Roll Line. My preference for figures is to set the cushions to as loose as I can manage for loops and as tight as I can manage for circles.
Talk about resurrecting a thread!

I'm thinking about switching to the Hudor from the Roll Line Giotto. I'm just trying to figure out which EDEA boots I'm going to use and which size frame for those boots. I've got some questions for you:

(1) Did you skate Roll Line prior to going to the Hudor? If so, what Roll Line frame did you use?

(2) What differences do you perceive between Roll Line and the Hudor? How do you think this affects the performance?

(3) Do you use rubber or urethane for your figure setup?

(4) The Hudor is very heavy. Do you believe this helps or hurts you with figures?
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Old July 27th, 2019, 04:12 PM   #22
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Default Resurrecting thread on Hudor

Does anyone have experience with the Hudor Figure Lite plate? I'm having these put on a new pair of Risport RF2's and got them through skater's oasis.

I wasn't impressed with the people at edea and roll line at nationals... customer service still factors in when selling a product - and I wasn't greeted until my coach walked me over there. Even then, eh.... not impressed.
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Old July 28th, 2019, 12:33 AM   #23
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Does anyone have experience with the Hudor Figure Lite plate? I'm having these put on a new pair of Risport RF2's and got them through skater's oasis.

I wasn't impressed with the people at edea and roll line at nationals... customer service still factors in when selling a product - and I wasn't greeted until my coach walked me over there. Even then, eh.... not impressed.
A little bit of experience with it. Mostly the kids use the Hudor plate. Coaches like the heavy weight for figures. We have an older woman who wanted a lighter plate but preferred the feel of the Hudor. She got the Hudor light which we mounted and she really likes it. Itís exactly the same as the Hudor except made from a lighter metal. You can buy it from Skaterís Oasis or I can sell you one through our rink.
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Old August 23rd, 2019, 08:05 AM   #24
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Smile Butterfly plate from Skaters Oasis..

I saw this plate at Nationals at Skaters Oasis..was wondering if anybody has ever tried it...I think it had a toe stop mount..I thought it was a dance plate and cost was about $365.00

And thankyou...LarryO
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