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Old September 22nd, 2010, 06:02 AM   #26
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Originally Posted by Jakelin View Post
Thanks for the reply Armadillo. Do you think it would be better to buy an extra set of 70mm and put them on so that you have a 70mm/70mm front and back? I would think that having a smaller wheel on the back might feel funny, or would the average (or less than average skater in my case) not feel the difference?

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The 70mm wheels will not work on the front of these skates because the toe stop is designed so close to the 65mm wheels already that the 70mm wheels will hit the toe stop rubber in turns. I tried putting the 70mm up front and 65mm at rear since the front wheels have the toughest duty outdoors, but this would not work.

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