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Old April 20th, 2012, 11:57 PM   #22
JandKLarson
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Originally Posted by Yogi Bear View Post
After I typed that about 7mm axles, I looked up the Proline and see it can be ordered with 8mm axle, but thanks for the heads up.

I am interested in the Snyder's too, and I like that a couple of people have suggested them. So, correct me if I am wrong, but are you guys suggesting that the Snyder Advantage has better turning motion without sacrificing stability. I ask because I have only been skating about 9 months, but my speed skating is improving rapidly. I can't shuffle yet, but wouldn't mind learning at some point.
Yes, the Advantage has a great turning motion and it only took me slight adjustments to get them the way I like them. I use mine both for racing, as well as session skating, shuffle skating. It's a great all around frame at a good price. Only difference I see is the trucks and the slight degree difference, but it feels the same to me as a Proline.
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