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OJ Plain Jane Keyframe Skateboard Wheels

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white/green (87a)
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The Plain Jane Keyframe wheels from OJ III are soft cruiser wheels in the beloved 87a Keyframe formula with just one small logo on the side. Smooth and fast rolling over rough surfaces, let's just say you won't be pushing much.
  • Set of 4 Wheels
Durometer (Hard to Soft)
  • 87a
Wheel Profile
  • Standard
Surface Type
  • Smooth
Durometer (Hard to Soft)

87a - A harder soft wheel great for cruising, sliding or filming lines, as they're a bit faster than some of the softer varieties.

Most urethane skate wheels generally range from 75a-101a, the numbers increase with the hardness of the wheel.

Wheel Profile

You may notice a discrepancy between what we designate a wide, standard or narrow and what the brands do. This classification is our opinion based on years of skating, as well as looking at the profile of the wheel as it compares to what we believe is a standard profile. You just have to trust us on this.

Standard - Your classic wheel shape, it's not built to excel in specific scenarios like a narrow or wide wheel, but it's appropriate for most situations. If you're new to skating this is where you want to start.

Surface Type

Smooth - Smooth wheels have a shiny coating on their surface that is commonly referred to as its skin or mold release. Smooth wheels are generally preferred for their grip and traction.

Diameter (mm):
Width (mm):32.034.8634.8634.86
Contact Patch (mm):19.621.6321.8521.85
Suggested Riser Size (in):N/AN/A1/81/8 - 1/4
Overall Rating
Reviewed by 25 customers

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Fantasic for cruising!
by Deven
Posted on 4/8/2017
OJ Plain Jane Keyframe Skateboard Wheels
Rolls over everything. The thing I love about the keyframes is that they make it in a 52mm size, which keeps your set up light and you don't need raisers on your setup. Light, small wheels to still make it easy to practice learning tricks. They have a nice wide contact patch for rolling over things. Shape is very similar to Spitfire's Conical wheels or Bones Ditch Tech Formula, has a more squarish shape to it.
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by Ben in CA (Verified Buyer)
Posted on 3/18/2017
OJ Plain Jane Keyframe Skateboard Wheels - white/purple (87a)
best cruiser wheels
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OJ 3's are very tastey! And good for you!
by Snoop Doggy Dogg in LBC, CA (Verified Buyer)
Posted on 3/1/2017
OJ Plain Jane Keyframe Skateboard Wheels - white/green (87a)
Very smooth wheel that doesn't seem to get dead spots. Great source of cruisin around the park! Very pleased so far.
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good restarter wheel
by bighoss34
Posted on 1/26/2017
OJ III Plain Jane Keyframe Skateboard Wheels
43 year old skating for the first time in 19 years. Rolls well on bumpy roads and over cracks. A little slow on the transition, but that isn't a bad thing to get your feet under you again. The extra grip is welcome while the ramp and board are riding me. I'll go harder as I get more confident for my park setup.
1 person has found this review helpful
Pretty Cherry Wheels
by Mario Kaluhiokalani in Arcata, HI (Verified Buyer)
Posted on 11/16/2016
OJ III Plain Jane Keyframe Skateboard Wheels - white/orange (87a)
These wheels are a great all around wheel that work at the park, pushing to school, and slides like butter.
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Scrumptious round objects
by Bryan
Posted on 11/10/2016
OJ III Plain Jane Keyframe Skateboard Wheels
My favorite soft wheel on the market. Soft enough that rough roads/terrain becomes smooth and rideable, but also enough hardness that they're tough, durable and can handle what you're throwing at them without disintegrating under you or being mushy. Want to chew up ditches and spit out rocks? These are what you're looking for. Overall, you know the deal. Get ye some Keyframes. Even if you don't think you need them, you probably do. ;)
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Asked by Tony on 11/18/2016
Would I be able to Power Slide on these?
Answered by James D (Tactics Employee) on 11/29/2016
These will not be the easiest to power slide on, generally you want a harder wheel to slide. These are fairly grippy.
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