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16 October , 2012, 17:08:51 PM
whats up fellow forumers,what are the best wheels for a beginner to learn how to slide on?
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18 October , 2012, 20:36:17 PM
I would go with Cult Converters, Cult Classics, Orangatang Baluts, Abec 11 Freerides, Abec 11 Flashbacks, etc etc etc...
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21 October , 2012, 21:23:08 PM
thanks ill probably get some flshbaks ;D !!!!!
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02 November , 2015, 13:26:02 PM
I am new to long boarding and just bought a peg la vie board. It came with racing wheels which have an acute angle lip profile (called pounder wheels) but I was wondering if it is still possible to slide on these? I know acute angle wheels are not the best sliding wheels but is it possible, at higher speeds and whatnot.


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76mm x 53mm
78a
http://pegworld.com/product/pounder-78a/

 

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