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Sector 9 Slalom 69mm Top Shelf Longboard Wheels

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Enjoy a smooth ride with the Slalom 69mm Top Shelf Longboard Skateboard Wheels from Sector 9. Perfect for carving hills and laying out wide turns.
Quantity:Set of 4 Wheels
  • 75a
  • 78a
  • Ride Style:Carving/Slalom
    Core Placement:Offset
    Wheel Features:Top Shelf Formula

    Diameter (mm):69.0
    Contact Patch (mm):49.0

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    • Q:

      Whats the difference between 75a and 80a? Which one provides more grip?
      Asked on 8/10/2012 by jayymoe from dc

      1 answer

      • A:

        The "a scale" shows the hardness of the wheels. The lower the number on the scale the softer and more grip the wheel is going to offer. The higher the number the harder and better the wheel will slide. Usually the scale is about 75a-105a. The wheels around 75a is going to be super soft and 100a wheels (skateboard wheels) are going to be a very hard wheel.

        Answered on 8/10/2012 by Kyle from Customer Service
    • Q:

      can you slide with these
      Asked on 6/19/2012 by Anonymous

      3 answers

      • A:

        both of these people are wrong, you can slide these wheels they are awesome for free ride but if your going like 10 mph they aren't as good. i love them but you have to be going about 20 to get a nice consistent slide out of them. they are only grippy when you haven't broken them in but that wears down in a few heelsides. also these leave FAT thane lines.

        Answered on 12/16/2013 by SoMdboardriders from southern maryland
      • A:

        These wheels are going to be slightly more difficult to slide. They are more designed for grip and speed.

        Answered on 6/19/2012 by Daniel from Customer Service
      • A:

        You can but they are very grippy, so it will be very difficult. The word "slalom" is hardcore carving (making quick turns, strongly resembling surfboarding.)

        Answered on 3/29/2013 by SwagBag from Delray Beach, FL
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