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Old September 13th, 2008, 04:47 PM   #1
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Question Bones Super Elite: hardness =? f(color)

I'm planning to get some Bones Super Elite wheels, 103A. Are there any subtle differences in hardness or durability between the black, amber and white wheels? I want the hardest (and most durable).

I've had the plain Elite 101As for a couple of years -- and like them a lot. Only occasionally do they slip and slide on me. I thought the 103As might be fun -- force precise technique so as not to slide. And the 101As don't seem to have any flat spots after many vigorous sessions.

I'm weighing in at 215 pounds.

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