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    Default Time to get new wheels?

    I am thinking its time to get new wheels i had 52mm bones stf after about a year and a half now they are about 47mm
    Is it time?

    P.S. im thinking about gold wheels any ideas?

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    Doesn't sound like you need any quite yet but no harm in getting new wheels anyway. I personally skate spitfire 99a duro, either classic or formula fours. They last me a while, don't really flatspot, I like 'em.

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    depends, if they have fatty flatspots, I would. I ussually get 52s but I like to see how small I can get em
    when you fall, you gotta get back up to land the trick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shorty's_Kid View Post
    Doesn't sound like you need any quite yet but no harm in getting new wheels anyway. I personally skate spitfire 99a duro, either classic or formula fours. They last me a while, don't really flatspot, I like 'em.
    I'm an old, fat poseur. I was out riding some late-1990's Spitfire Classics in the park today, and got those bad boys flatspotted to hell. Is that a common thing with Spit Classics, or is that just a side effect of a 20 year old wheel?

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