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Old October 5th, 2017, 05:48 AM   #1
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Default Atom ONE wheel compound Q's?

Hi guys,
I am hoping someone may be able to help with some info. My son races on Atom one 110mm 84a orange hub wheels and the grip is outstanding on this one particular floor (always dusty). They were NOS when i bought them and now they have done lots of miles I need a new set or 2 in both 100 and 110mm. Only thing is there are no 'new' ones anywhere in the world that i can find, so I would love to buy something with the same urethane. I am sure ATOM just got someone else to pour them but I am not sure what is the same but under a different name. I have a sneaky suspicion that the early Bont wheels G14 (or g15) may have been the same urethane.

He normally runs firm red magics and they are good but due to his light weight they are still not as good where we skate.

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Old October 5th, 2017, 12:11 PM   #2
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Atom Matrix outdoor is about as close as you'll get to One's.

Check with Jimmie Blair at Pinnacle Racing for some TLTF outdoor wheels. They are great for slippery floors
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