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White Lightning Drift Centerset Longboard Wheels

blue (78a)
Color: blue (78a)
Size: 62mm Size Chart
Size: 62mm
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The Moonshine MFG Drift centerset longboard wheels deliver a smooth, predictable slide right out of the box. The wheel's narrow contact patch and smaller size allow you to accelerate quickly with less effort. Plus, with every slide you leave 'thane lines for days.

  • Set of 4 Wheels
Ride Style
  • Freeride
Core Placement
  • Centerset
Wheel Edge
  • Round Lip
Surface Type
  • Stone Ground
Ride Style

Freeride - Wanna get sideways? If "drifting, heel side standies, pendulums, and Coleman" are part of your vocabulary, you're in the right place. For freeride wheels; a smaller contact patch, a stone ground finish, and rounded lip all help them slide easily, right out of the box.

A word to the wise: if you are just getting into freeride try out a smaller size wheel (think 60mm-65mm) with a harder durometer (82a or harder) because it will be easier to break away into a slide, making it easier to practice. Practice slides with friends and try different setups. Will you flat spot your first set of freeride wheels before coring them? Yes. Will they wear unevenly and leave you with a couple bruises? Absolutely. But, it gives you a whole new look at the hills, a whole new freedom. The great Cliff Coleman (father of downhill slide) says, “If you can crouch down and ride a skateboard, then you can learn this slide" as he talks about the classic Coleman slide.

As you gain experience, and speed, you'll find bigger wheels can be better because they will last longer and will be faster on the hill. Different durometers, center-set vs side-set or offset cores, and different urethane formulas will help in different weather/road conditions so make sure you experiment to find your favorites.

Freeride takes you to a new level of skating. Simply put, it's groundbreaking.

Core Placement

Centerset - Centerset wheels have cores that are placed directly in the center of the wheel, equidistant to the outer edge of each lip. This core placement style gives the most amount of grip because it creates a very large inner lip.

Another advantage of centerset wheels is that they can be flipped inside out to promote even wear and a longer lifespan. For this reason, many freeride wheels have centerset cores paired with small contact patches and round lips.

Wheel Edge

Round Lip - Rounded lips allow the wheel to break traction more easily and offer smoother transitions from grip to slide. Round lip wheels are generally preferred for freeriding.

Surface Type

Stone Ground - Stone ground wheels slide much easier than smooth wheels right out of the box. Stone ground wheels don't have an initial break-in period like smooth wheels, and offer predictable slides without having to wear down the wheel surface.

red (82a)82a
green (80a)80a
blue (78a)78a
Diameter (mm):62.0
Contact Patch (mm):28.0
Suggested Riser Size (in):1/8 - 1/4

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Asked by FireWolf on 3/10/2017
What's the difference between 64 mm wheels and 69 mm wheels?
Answered by Danny M (Tactics Employee) on 3/13/2017
This is just a difference in diameter, so the 69mm wheel will be a good deal larger than the 64mm.
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