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Old April 23rd, 2009, 03:35 PM   #1
Ballistic Billiards
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Default Is this a good way to start?

I just found these and thought that they'd be a
good way to find out if I want to persue a better setup.
I'm concerned that going with a 4 wheel setup will not be
true to an artistic set and also in the performance of the boot.
What say ye?
I'm quad skating now, fairly well, and have had inlines in the past.
I should add that I can pass these on to my wife, who will hopefully continue
to learn to skate.
If I do upgrade to a better artistic setup, this will be a decent
recreational setup for me or for her?
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