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    Quote Originally Posted by IROLLELP View Post
    Learn how to rollerblade huh? I'll keep that in mind....really? Get on with all that!
    more exactly learn how to skate not grind. No T stops, no dragging your wheels as a brake, avoid shitty pavement, learn to push properly, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wujcik View Post
    more exactly learn how to skate not grind. No T stops, no dragging your wheels as a brake, avoid shitty pavement, learn to push properly, etc.
    yea i got no idea how to do that...

    you can too!

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    huh?

    this guy is 45 kilo. You are...

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    Quote Originally Posted by wujcik View Post
    huh?

    this guy is 45 kilo. You are...
    and this has .... to do with being able to skate?

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    Quote Originally Posted by psyfron View Post
    and this has .... to do with being able to skate?
    at 45 kilo weight is not a factor. When I was 58 kilo cheap razor wheels would last four months of four hour daily street sessions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by psyfron View Post
    and this has .... to do with being able to skate?
    The weight and how you push on your blades will affect the wheels yes.
    Uc pro are super super fast and last long.
    Now if you only roll park, you could trust me , the best wheels is the new famus with iron core. Fast like the good old cozmos and one of the best grip. But they re only made for skatepark use. 2 size : 61mm90a or 57mm90a
    http://www.pierrequiroule.fr/articles_H1.php?id=04063
    http://www.pierrequiroule.fr/articles_H1.php?id=04062

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    @wu so you are saying because the dude is a pencil the only logical way he is destroying the wheels is doing dumb shit with them?

    @sbchugo
    I weigh 84kg, only skate park max twice a week, and destroyed 3 sets of UC pro wheels last year.

    "how you push on your blades will affect the wheels"
    lol and if you stop grinding, your frames and soul plates will last longer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by psyfron View Post
    @sbchugo
    I weigh 84kg, only skate park max twice a week, and destroyed 3 sets of UC pro wheels last year.

    "how you push on your blades will affect the wheels"
    lol and if you stop grinding, your frames and soul plates will last longer.
    What i would like to say is the way you blade will affect the quality of the wheels : different skating , different frames setup and many more .
    Do you use the right hardware with UC pro wheels ? I m not saying you re a noob but you need different Spacers with the uc pro wheels.
    But maybe your 84kg really destroy them.. But I m 74kg and roll some uc pro for 3/4 years now and never destroy some.
    If you only skate park trust me go with the Famus Iron core, they re expensive but really worth the price: super fast and grippy +61 mm 90a ( or some 57mm90a). Iron core give you the best reactivity in skatepark.
    Skatepark wheels only!!
    Price per wheels is ...12€..
    http://www.pierrequiroule.fr/articles_H1.php?id=04063

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    i have now denial wheels, 60mm/92A. i want some new UC wheels, but i can't kill these things! and they don't slip on any surface. i know you cracked denials but they're good!

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    Psyfron u get it! The roads here are shit accompanied by crazy heat doesn't do good period yeah maybe being 88kg is a factor but the original post was trying to find out what's a good wheel.... Holli boni ill take your word on the denials maybe try another pair.

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    seriously they are good... i measured them right now, they're 57mm right now, and i bought them almost a year ago

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    I wish I could get wheels to last that long

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    Quote Originally Posted by wujcik View Post
    at 45 kilo weight is not a factor. When I was 58 kilo cheap razor wheels would last four months of four hour daily street sessions.
    really 45 kilos what are you like 10 years old? I am sure my wheels would last forever if I weighed little to nothing.

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