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04-19-2008, 05:44 PM
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Help Z40 with new mission inline skates

Hey fellas!

Well, a few yearsa go i dropped 400 on new helium mission skates. Well i tore my acl that year and a few of my buddies wore my skates and ruined them so i had to sell them, however i kept the bearings since they were godly.

I need new ones, which ones are the hot ones right now outside heliums?

thanks!

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Hey fellas!

Well, a few yearsa go i dropped 400 on new helium mission skates. Well i tore my acl that year and a few of my buddies wore my skates and ruined them so i had to sell them, however i kept the bearings since they were godly.

I need new ones, which ones are the hot ones right now outside heliums?

thanks!
What kind of bearings are they? And can you find new skates with those bearings? That's what I would do. I would find out what type of bearings you like so much and them contact the manufacture and find out who they sell their bearings too, or at least find out who (skate manufacture) has those bearings.

If you know who makes the bearing, let us know and I will do some digging for you.

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What kind of bearings are they? And can you find new skates with those bearings? That's what I would do. I would find out what type of bearings you like so much and them contact the manufacture and find out who they sell their bearings too, or at least find out who (skate manufacture) has those bearings.

If you know who makes the bearing, let us know and I will do some digging for you.

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thing is, they are some kind of prototype stock bearings mission tried on their first set of heliums and they are amazing. Im not looking for skates with great bearings, ill use those as back ups someday, what i want is a nice boot and light chassis...

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Do you like stiff skates? If so.... http://hockeymonkey.com/mission-inli...icked1-sr.html

These are the stiffest they come and they are a ***** to break in but they are light weight and sturdy.


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thing is, they are some kind of prototype stock bearings mission tried on their first set of heliums and they are amazing. Im not looking for skates with great bearings, ill use those as back ups someday, what i want is a nice boot and light chassis...
Well, go to my page here and check out some of the links that I have there for In-line. Maybe they might help.
http://www.passthepuck.net/id66.htm


On another note, I ran across a company that makes new in-line skates, that have the feel of ice. So they tell me. I will see if I can find the link and get back with you.

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Ok I found it. Sorry it took so long. I know I had it somewhere in all of this stuff. Check it out. You can contact them directly if you like, just let them know that I recommended you. They might give you a deal...you never now!
http://www.newronsport.com/

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thanks for the help fellas... i do need a stiff skate because if they are too flimsy ill just slop around...ever since i tore my acl my ankles havent been what thye used to.

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