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10-18-2006, 01:44 AM
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crashlanding
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I usually get the same hardness for all 4, but if I haaad to choose, I'd probably put the two softer, grippier ones in the back. When I think of myself stopping, it's using the back wheels and when I think of myself pushing off the back wheels do a lot of work while if I'm just gliding I'm usually leaning forward. This could be completely wrong but it's how I'd justify it.

Plus with the 80/72 setup the back wheels are larger and won't have to be replaced as often so it would probably last you a bit longer.

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