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Old April 26th, 2007, 04:13 AM   #60
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Originally Posted by splitwoods View Post
Nope, no need to take them apart, first you wont find anything once you do as to name ID, it was always on the outside of the wheel. Sometimes some of the older composite wheel companies used a leaf paper type of ID rather than stamping. Only drawback is they wore off! Your Dad will be able to tell you licketysplit if they are Raybestos or Fomacs, ask him!

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Raybestos are the wheels on my grand mothers skates and my dad said i could have them now to find out what kinda bearing are in them.
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