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Old July 24th, 2010, 04:42 AM   #1
gabi
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Default How long are 84mm/80A wheels supposed to last?

Would anyone dare to guesstimate the life of 84mm/80A wheels?
I am using a pair of fairly cheap fitness skates that come with 84mm/80A wheels (made by K2-or at least with "K2" written on them). In three weeks I skated about 320km(200miles) and the wheels are now about 80mm in diameter. I am wondering how much longer I will be able to use them. I am rotating my wheels regularly, and they seem to be used quite uniformly.
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