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01-28-2012, 06:16 AM
Gino 14
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Originally Posted by Jarick View Post

Still, every time I buy new skates they tend to do a longer initial sharpening to put an exact radius on the blade. A good sharpener would take care of whatever you need, and from there you can make adjustments down the road.
Are you actually getting the new skates profiled or just sharpened? The initial sharpening will take time since the blades are not "pre-sharpened" for a number of reasons. If you are actually getting them completely profiled, then it's a matter of how drastic a change your new profile is from that of a manufacturer's stock profile.

I agree that the new runners supplied with skates will have matching profiles, they are machine cut and match with a few thousandths of an inch.

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