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Old May 27th, 2009, 04:43 AM   #1
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Default Inline wheels????

there is a nice assortment of quad wheels but the inline selection is very lacking. Hyper makes some great indoor inline race wheels. I'm thinking that a wheel manufacture could make assorted sizes and hardness. that could give inlinefigure skating a muchneeded boost. I'll confess my inline skating is recreational with a few months of indoor racing. but I have also helped one skater look for wheels finally found some 72mm88a wheels shewanted a harder wheel but88a worked. to fully promote inline wheels should be up to whatever the skater likes not whatever wheel you can find that fits.I know it is a very small market, but it's not rocket science. I'm sure a good solution is possiable.

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