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Old July 25th, 2018, 12:44 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by Sunnyape View Post
Scott pours the Royal Assassins for Bont, so they share identical urethane as his Narrow Phantoms. Same wheel, different name.

He makes a slightly wider version, called the Wide Phantom, which is 44m wide and uses a slightly wider version of the Phantom / Assassin hub, but I don't know of a wide version of the Royal Assassin.

I've got a set of Wide Phantoms on order at the moment.
Good to know. One member told me Scott's urethane was the best out there. After skating my custom white 97A Phantom wides, I'm inclined to agree!

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Old August 3rd, 2018, 11:42 PM   #22
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Originally Posted by pis2123 View Post

I could not understand all of my English because my English is not good yet.

1 . Weight

162 size 368g , 154size 365g , 146size 362g

2. Kingpin
Manufactured using special steel

3. heli-coiled
It was used to make up for the weak points of aluminium.

4. two type Trucks
{ MI arn eyo}My Korean isnt good either,{come sar mi dar }for the photos .Young is a korean first name.The plates do look like a thicker boen or galaxie
I have asked Australian koreans about roller and ice skating in korea but they didnt know much ,as the people i asked were restaraunters,not skaters.
Some of our local skaters compete in korea ,art and inline speed.
The king pins look like they are made from stainless then polished.
Have you tried vegimite yet?
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