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03-20-2010, 01:49 AM
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skate holder?

have a pair of 10.5 size skates, not sure which size holder to get, im pretty sure its 288mm but just want to check before i go and order them. also does anyone know the size of the whole for the rivets? and i have a stationary riveter but wont be using that, ill be using the graf set up with the t-nuts and allen head screws. thanks in advance...

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anyone?

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if you look on the outer heel area of you existing holder, either between the rear rivets on the outer heel section(on e-pro's) or somewhere around that area, you'll see the holder size listed.

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Depends on the width of the boot.
10.5D = 288 Tuuk
10.5E or 10.5EE =296 Tuuk

A one95 or 8090 can fit a 296 on a 10.5D... Though the one95, one100 and TotalOne ship(ped) with a 288 on 10.5D.

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well forgot to mention the boot i am using, its a mission....

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well forgot to mention the boot i am using, its a mission....
Do you have holders on there now? if so look at the riveted portion of those and you will see a number. That is the size, it should be a 3 digit number.

The guy above here posted about that already.

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well forgot to mention the boot i am using, its a mission....
If you're going with PITCH, 288.


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these are inline skates, a buddy of mine did it but has a different foot size so i couldnt just use the same he did, and i just love the boot and i am going to play a little more ice so thats why im using it if you had an inquiring mind lol.

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these are inline skates, a buddy of mine did it but has a different foot size so i couldnt just use the same he did, and i just love the boot and i am going to play a little more ice so thats why im using it if you had an inquiring mind lol.
Well you know which way you are going at least. Your first post didn't mention inline specifically and since I do not play inline and know nothing about the equipment I figured they were ice skates.

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Well you know which way you are going at least. Your first post didn't mention inline specifically and since I do not play inline and know nothing about the equipment I figured they were ice skates.
yeah forgot to mention that. but if im thinking correctly, if mission is your actually foot size, and bauer/ccm/and whoever else is about 1.5 sizes down, when looking at the chart for the skate holder/boot size, i should be looking at a 9.5-10 for the size mm holder that i need correct? if that makes some sort of sense.

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yeah forgot to mention that. but if im thinking correctly, if mission is your actually foot size, and bauer/ccm/and whoever else is about 1.5 sizes down, when looking at the chart for the skate holder/boot size, i should be looking at a 9.5-10 for the size mm holder that i need correct? if that makes some sort of sense.
I ... don't .... know.

Said like Chu in Bladerunner "I just know ice, ... just ice".

As far as skate sizes go I know not much about the different brands enough to answer. I can barely get what I need right for skate sizes because of strange feet.

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I ... don't .... know.

Said like Chu in Bladerunner "I just know ice, ... just ice".

As far as skate sizes go I know not much about the different brands enough to answer. I can barely get what I need right for skate sizes because of strange feet.
lol, this is crazy. trial and error boys! but ill play around and see what works and what doesn't. i think i have a good idea of what will, thanks for all the help.

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