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Old March 16th, 2018, 05:49 PM   #18
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I think wheel duro would play the major part in this variable.
As well as the skate floor coating, temp outside, temp inside, humidity, skaters weight, cushions the skaters use, the action of the plates............ just use what works for each individual...... I went indoor skating for the first time in a while not long ago and found that the vintage, yes I mean vintage nylon hub Funky Monkeys that I have is the only wheel that would grip the floor......sorry but at my age I am not taking a risk
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