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Old April 20th, 2019, 07:32 AM   #14
HeBeGB
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Default Bigger can be better. ;)

Personally I have found that bigger wheels make bumps, sticks and stones into smaller inconveniences when outdoor skating. Even skating on grass or really bad surfaces is easier. I like 78a and 88a in a 70mm wheel, or 88a in a 78mm wheel. I find they work well for me. Getting plates that can handle these properly can be a problem.
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