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03-20-2010, 11:05 PM
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Just bought new wheels...

I just bought new wheels and I was wondering which wheels are supposed to be in the front or in the back of the skate? The wheel sizes are two 80mm and two 72mm.

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80 in the back.

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Thanks, that is what I thought but I just wanted to be sure because I thought I heard my friend say something different from that.

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two biggest in the back the two smaller ones up front

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two biggest in the back the two smaller ones up front
Actually, it depends on what type of skate you are using? Is it CCM? Bauer? Mission?

Mission skates (heel to toe) are 80-80-76-76
Bauer has a Hi-Lo setup where its something weird like 76-80-76-72 (not 100% sure).

To be positive you got the right setup, check the manufacturers website. However, if you're playing on concrete or asphalt, the wheels will wear down until everything is even after a couple uses.

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dont the wheels you already have on tell you the size of them? mine are mission and go 76-76-80-80 thats toe to heel. but each wheel tells you the size and hardness

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