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Old November 18th, 2016, 01:17 PM   #1
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Best decision I've made yet wheel wise. Thank you to who ever it was that suggested them a while back. I friggin love em!!
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Old November 18th, 2016, 02:02 PM   #2
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My go to wheel, last set I bought on Facebook, I haven't duroed them yet but the hubs seem softer, the bearing sieze when I crank turns, so now I will duro them and an older set, thinking the Facebook set were knock-offs

Great urethane, great hubs (?) and not a bad price.
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My go to wheel, last set I bought on Facebook, I haven't duroed them yet but the hubs seem softer, the bearing sieze when I crank turns, so now I will duro them and an older set, thinking the Facebook set were knock-offs

Great urethane, great hubs (?) and not a bad price.
These were from Skate Pro in Denmark. Knock off skate wheels is something that never occurred to me! Wow. These are 64" 82a. They feel lovely. The size is perfect for me. I tend to wheel clip in bigger ones at times. And these are so light! Love them.
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