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Old July 24th, 2010, 07:16 PM   #7
gabi
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Originally Posted by 2old2sk8t View Post
...the smaller the wheel, the higher number of rotations per distance travelled....
On the other hand the smaller the wheel (because of wear), the more contact it has with the ground (a large part of the elliptical profile is gone), and that might compensate for the increased number of rotations? Who knows?

Many thanks for the link!
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