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Old February 27th, 2018, 03:14 AM   #2
Oicusk82huh
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Usually the biggest wheel for cone skating is an 80mm. Not many people skate with 110 or 125 wheels through cones. I've seen it done however.

Personally here's what I would do. Powerslide frames are easy to change. Here's a link

https://www.inlinewarehouse.com/Powe...-PSFRAMES.html

Go for a frame that uses four wheels. Inline warehouse is pretty knowledgeable. ask if the frame would be compatible with your skate. I believe most Powerslide frames are compatible with most Powerslide models.

Here's the wheels that are good...

https://www.inlinewarehouse.com/Powe...e-POWERWH.html

You'll find plenty of 82A softness wheels here. Biggest I'd go is 80mm wheel.
Do you know about rockering your wheel? I believe that Powerslide frames come pre-rockered. Check with Inline Warehouse. If you have any questions about rockered vs non rockered frame, feel free to ask.

EDIT...Oh sorry, I thought you wanted 82A, now I see you wanted softer, my bad. There should be plenty of softer wheels at that link too. No probs.
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