• Softwheel Acrobat wheel

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    published: 28 Nov 2012
  • SUPER SOFT RUBBER ERASER WHEELS | YOU MAKE IT WE SKATE IT EP 74

    In this video we try out some skateboard wheels made out of rubber eraser that seemed to be made by Tech Dech. They were very interesting to skate to say the least! Thanks to Andrea for sending these in. If you have something you'd like to send please send details to: skateit@brailleskateboarding.com http://www.brailleskateboarding.com/how-to-skateboard/ CLICK ABOVE TO GET THE MOST DETAILED HOW TO SKATEBOARD VIDEOS EVER MADE! SKATEBOARDING MADE SIMPLE! Big thanks to Fabian Doerig for coming out to skate in this video: http://www.youtube.com/fabitravels BUY SMS ON iBOOKS! https://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/aaron-kyro/id733499725?mt=11 BUY SMS ON GOOGLE PLAY https://play.google.com/store/books/details/Aaron_Kyro_Skateboarding_Made_Simple_Vol_1?id=8BEbBQAAQBAJ CHECK OUT OUR WEBSITE FOR ...

    published: 19 Dec 2016
  • How-To Pick Your Skateboard Wheels - BASICS with Spencer Nuzzi

    Learn the BASICS of how to pick your skateboard wheels. Size? Color? Hardness? Spencer Nuzzi's got it covered in today's episode. Watch How-To Skateboarding: Stance with Spencer Nuzzi: http://bit.ly/1eDvSU3 Watch More How-To Skateboarding: http://bit.ly/SEqh48 SUBSCRIBE to RIDE: http://bit.ly/HZ9Dau Like RIDE on FACEBOOK: http://facebook.com/ridechannel Follow RIDE on INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/ridechannel Follow RIDE on TWITTER: http://twitter.com/ridechannel

    published: 08 Oct 2013
  • HOW TO PICK OUT YOUR SKATEBOARD WHEELS | SKATE SHOP EP 1

    http://www.brailleskateboarding.com/skateboard-dvds/ CLICK ABOVE TO GET THE MOST DETAILED HOW TO VIDEOS EVER MADE! SKATEBOARDING MADE SIMPLE! THUMBS UP FOR MORE VIDEOS! PLAYLISTS LINKS FOR MOBILE USERS learn to skate: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL34F060CE1BA3E968 SKATE SUPPORT http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL2E1C0A94C6B6CEBB&feature=view_all CLIPPED http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLjpsoptsN4KCS-4mngnS8xM4ZXwpn60NQ&feature=view_all slow motion http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLC8009736C487A442&feature=viewall top videos http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL1EDB4CAEBAD05D02 Clip of the week http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL72165352A278A490&feature=viewall VIDEO CREDITS Skating by: Aaron Kyro FIlmed by: Lance Silber Edited By: Lance Silber...

    published: 11 Aug 2013
  • Durometer - Hard vs Soft Skateboard Wheels

    Discover how skateboard wheels get their durometer values using testing devices. Testing for “shore” or durometer is a way of measuring the hardness of a material. However, the word “durometer” refers to both the hardness of a material and also to the testing device used to measure it. By hardness, we mean how well a material withstands indentation or changes in shape when a force is applied. The method used for determining the hardness of a plastic or rubber is called the Shore Hardness Test. Each durometer scale has a value of 0-100, with a higher number relating to harder material. Durometer Scales Used In The Skate Industry: Durometer type Shore A is widely used for measuring wheels and bushings. Some manufacturers/brands use the type D scale, used for harder plastics, when me...

    published: 30 Jun 2015
  • Soft Wheels and Double Kicks

    Rob, Ted, and Ryan take their soft wheels and double kicks out for a winter mess around session.

    published: 07 Jan 2013
  • Reinventing the Wheel: Smooth Ride for Wheelchair Users

    The Acrobat wheel, produced by Israeli start-up Softwheel, uses a suspension system designed to make life easier for wheelchair users. A three-pronged, moving, suspension system between the wheel rim and hub absorbs the impact of curbs and stairs, giving a smoother ride. Dror Cohen, a Softwheel Product Specialist, uses the Acrobat on his own wheelchair: "Where I want to go I just go, and if I want to go down a sidewalk to get to the other side of the road I just go down and it's a very new sen... READ MORE : http://www.euronews.com/2014/04/28/reinventing-the-wheel euronews knowledge brings you a fresh mix of the world's most interesting know-hows, directly from space and sci-tech experts. Subscribe for your dose of space and sci-tech: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user...

    published: 01 May 2014
  • SOFT WHEELS SESSIONS....

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  • Fernando Yuppie · Hard Life / Soft Wheels · ABEC 11 & JET

    Brazil's Fernando Yuppie is one of the best tech sliders in the world. But not everyone knows that he KILLS it on soft wheels too. Although he's known for doing 540's and 720's on his signature 100a Powerslide wheels, he pulls them off on the soft buttery Classic thane as well. He does 540 noseblunts on Bertz in his sleep. Hmmm, seems like every video starts in his sleep ;) With a style all his own and the constant development of new tricks, Fernando leaves people asking "What the F*** was that?" Well, that was just Fernando being Fernando!

    published: 04 Sep 2013
  • How to Pick Skateboard Wheels | Custom Skateboard

    Products for Gnarly Shredding on the Half Pipe. The Handmade Skateboard: Design & Build a Custom Deck from Scratch: http://amzn.to/1QDuUaD Penny Graphic Complete Skateboard: http://amzn.to/1W0Pdlf Running Belt for iPhone 6 / 6 Plus & Android Smartphones: http://amzn.to/1Lfb0T7 Original Classic Skate Helmet: http://amzn.to/1Klao9h Blank Skateboard Deck (Natural): http://amzn.to/1FLdfHF Sunwin Blue Skateboard All In One Tool: http://amzn.to/1gpgSMu Watch more How to Customize a Skateboard videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/501500-How-to-Pick-Skateboard-Wheels-Custom-Skateboard Hey guys, what's up? We're here to discuss skateboard wheels. Different sizes, shapes and hardness. Right away, let's go right to the smallest. This from Spitfire. This is the 50mm. 50mm is the measur...

    published: 05 Feb 2013
  • RUBE case study: soft wheels

    Making soft-body wheels in the RUBE editor, using script to automate the repetitive parts. You will need v1.5.3 to follow the script used here.

    published: 01 Jan 2014
  • Hard wheels vs soft wheels

    Me giving my review on hardwheels and soft wheels

    published: 22 Nov 2012
  • The Differences Between Soft and Hard Wheels

    Thanks for watching

    published: 27 Jul 2014
  • How to Choose Longboard Wheels - Tactics.com

    With hundreds of options, its difficult to figure out how to choose longboard wheels. Diameter? Durometer? Lips? Formula? Cores? Contact patch? To help you sift through all the technology, this video explains everything you need to know about the size, shape, and hardness of longboard wheels. Whether you're bombing mountain passes, learning to slide, or just skating to class we'll help you find the perfect set for you. Still need help? Drop a comment in the box below and we'll answer your questions ASAP! Check out our selection of longboard wheels on Tactics: http://www.tactics.com/soft-skateboard-wheels?cp=ytd Like, follow, and stay up to date with Tactics... Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/tacticsFB Twitter - https://twitter.com/tactics Instagram - http://instagram.com/ta...

    published: 26 Sep 2014
  • SKATEBOARD WHEELS: All You Need To Know – Skate Setup | Titus

    http://www.titus-shop.com In this video, Nick will tell us everything we need to know about skateboard wheels. Skateboard wheels come in tons of different variations to suit your preferred type of terrain or just your personal preferences in general. Like always, you’ve gotta test out tons of wheels before you find your perfect set, but there are a couple of reference points to start with which will make buying new wheels a breeze. First, you’ve got to choose between classic and “core” wheels. Classic wheels are made entirely out of polyurethane. That was George Powell’s idea in the 70s. They were extensively tested, very well-received and have remained the industry standard to this day. Core wheels actually have a plastic core in the middle of them for increased stability. The diamete...

    published: 17 Nov 2016
  • Skateboard Hard Waves Soft Wheels 1977 Early 70's skate Florida skateboard parks + California

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    published: 29 Dec 2013
Softwheel Acrobat wheel

Softwheel Acrobat wheel

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SUPER SOFT RUBBER ERASER WHEELS | YOU MAKE IT WE SKATE IT EP 74

SUPER SOFT RUBBER ERASER WHEELS | YOU MAKE IT WE SKATE IT EP 74

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In this video we try out some skateboard wheels made out of rubber eraser that seemed to be made by Tech Dech. They were very interesting to skate to say the least! Thanks to Andrea for sending these in. If you have something you'd like to send please send details to: skateit@brailleskateboarding.com http://www.brailleskateboarding.com/how-to-skateboard/ CLICK ABOVE TO GET THE MOST DETAILED HOW TO SKATEBOARD VIDEOS EVER MADE! SKATEBOARDING MADE SIMPLE! Big thanks to Fabian Doerig for coming out to skate in this video: http://www.youtube.com/fabitravels BUY SMS ON iBOOKS! https://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/aaron-kyro/id733499725?mt=11 BUY SMS ON GOOGLE PLAY https://play.google.com/store/books/details/Aaron_Kyro_Skateboarding_Made_Simple_Vol_1?id=8BEbBQAAQBAJ CHECK OUT OUR WEBSITE FOR ALL THE LATEST BRAILLE NEWS AND UPDATES!!! http://www.brailleskateboarding.com THUMBS UP FOR MORE VIDEOS! PLAYLISTS LINKS FOR MOBILE USERS learn to skate: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL34F060CE1BA3E968 SKATE SUPPORT http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL2E1C0A94C6B6CEBB&feature=view_all CLIPPED http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLjpsoptsN4KCS-4mngnS8xM4ZXwpn60NQ&feature=view_all slow motion http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLC8009736C487A442&feature=viewall top videos http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL1EDB4CAEBAD05D02 Clip of the week http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL72165352A278A490&feature=viewall Follow the directions in this video to submit your videos for Skate Support- http://www.brailleskateboarding.com/skatesupport/ Please help me out by commenting, and subscribing it really really helps me out a lot! INSTAGRAM https://instagram.com/brailleskate/ FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/BrailleSkateboarding GOOGLE +: https://plus.google.com/107594784940938640430 TWITTER: http://twitter.com/#!/BrailleSkate RSS SUBSCRIBE: http://brailleskateboarding.com/feed Thanks, Aaron Kyro
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How-To Pick Your Skateboard Wheels - BASICS with Spencer Nuzzi

How-To Pick Your Skateboard Wheels - BASICS with Spencer Nuzzi

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Learn the BASICS of how to pick your skateboard wheels. Size? Color? Hardness? Spencer Nuzzi's got it covered in today's episode. Watch How-To Skateboarding: Stance with Spencer Nuzzi: http://bit.ly/1eDvSU3 Watch More How-To Skateboarding: http://bit.ly/SEqh48 SUBSCRIBE to RIDE: http://bit.ly/HZ9Dau Like RIDE on FACEBOOK: http://facebook.com/ridechannel Follow RIDE on INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/ridechannel Follow RIDE on TWITTER: http://twitter.com/ridechannel
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HOW TO PICK OUT YOUR SKATEBOARD WHEELS | SKATE SHOP EP 1

HOW TO PICK OUT YOUR SKATEBOARD WHEELS | SKATE SHOP EP 1

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http://www.brailleskateboarding.com/skateboard-dvds/ CLICK ABOVE TO GET THE MOST DETAILED HOW TO VIDEOS EVER MADE! SKATEBOARDING MADE SIMPLE! THUMBS UP FOR MORE VIDEOS! PLAYLISTS LINKS FOR MOBILE USERS learn to skate: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL34F060CE1BA3E968 SKATE SUPPORT http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL2E1C0A94C6B6CEBB&feature=view_all CLIPPED http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLjpsoptsN4KCS-4mngnS8xM4ZXwpn60NQ&feature=view_all slow motion http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLC8009736C487A442&feature=viewall top videos http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL1EDB4CAEBAD05D02 Clip of the week http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL72165352A278A490&feature=viewall VIDEO CREDITS Skating by: Aaron Kyro FIlmed by: Lance Silber Edited By: Lance Silber 3D Animation by: Chris Taylor Follow the directions in this video to submit your videos for Skate Support- http://www.brailleskateboarding.com/skatesupport/ Please help me out by commenting, and subscribing it really really helps me out a lot! FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/BrailleSkateboarding GOOGLE +: https://plus.google.com/107594784940938640430 TWITTER: http://twitter.com/#!/BrailleSkate RSS SUBSCRIBE: http://brailleskateboarding.com/feed Thanks, Aaron Kyro Music Provided by http://www.goviralmusic.com Artist: Hall of Fame http://hall-of-fame-band.com/
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Durometer - Hard vs Soft Skateboard Wheels

Durometer - Hard vs Soft Skateboard Wheels

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Discover how skateboard wheels get their durometer values using testing devices. Testing for “shore” or durometer is a way of measuring the hardness of a material. However, the word “durometer” refers to both the hardness of a material and also to the testing device used to measure it. By hardness, we mean how well a material withstands indentation or changes in shape when a force is applied. The method used for determining the hardness of a plastic or rubber is called the Shore Hardness Test. Each durometer scale has a value of 0-100, with a higher number relating to harder material. Durometer Scales Used In The Skate Industry: Durometer type Shore A is widely used for measuring wheels and bushings. Some manufacturers/brands use the type D scale, used for harder plastics, when measuring a wheel’s inner core/hub or outer surface. Recently, the brands Bones, Ricta, and others have been using the type B scale for measuring their wheels. Shore/Durometer Values: The face of the indicator consists of a graduated dial ranging from 0-100. Durometer scales do not go over 100, despite products displaying “101A” or greater. Remember, 100A indicates no indenter penetration at all. This means there is no such thing as 101A or 103A. How can there be less than zero penetration? However, skateboard wheel manufacturers often print durometer values of over 100A on their wheels. Why? Good question. Is it marketing hype designed to give consumers the impression their wheels have more durability or better performance? Or, are they implying the type A durameter tester doesn’t apply enough force to their wheels to accurately measure the surface hardness, and give it a reading above the type A scale? If so, it would be more appropriate to use a type B durameter. They most likely do this to give skaters the impression of what the duro would be if the scale went over 100A. Durometer Reading Variations: Typically, the durometer value printed on a skateboard wheel is not actually the true durometer. Street skating wheels labeled 100A could actually be something quite different, such as 97A, or even 95A. Various factors can affect how the durometer reading of a urethane wheel is different than what is printed: 1. Time- While pouring material into molds, and material curing time. 2. Temperature- Of material, atmosphere, and mold. 3. Quality of material 4. Ambient moisture (humidity) 5. Color method- Liquid versus powder 6. Marketing hype The durometer value printed on your wheels should match as closely as possible to the wheels’ true durometer. Here’s why: 1. Harder wheels are faster on smooth surfaces. 2. Harder street skateboarding wheels typically resist flat spotting. 3. Harder wheels slide/drift easier. 4. Softer wheels have more grip on the road. 5. Softer wheels are faster on rough surfaces 6. Softer longboard/downhill skateboarding wheels typically wear less. Converting Durometers A and B Scales: Bones Wheels has recently been using the type B scale. Bones states, “It is very similar to the A Scale, but reads 20 points lower, allowing the useful scale to be extended by 20 points, which covers the entire hardness range of skate wheels in one scale.” This is not entirely true. Although, the B scale does read lower than the A scale, it is important to note that a measurement on the A scale does not directly convert to 20 points lower on the B scale. A durometer reading of 98 Shore A should not presumably be 78 Shore B. At the Bones Wheels website, (http://bones.com/why/b-scale/), they have a comparison chart indicating that 103A is compared to 83B. This is not accurate. The Bones comparison chart appears to be arbitrarily constructed and not based on acceptable industry comparison charts already in use. Comparison charts are used for reference, and all testing should be done using a separate type durometer tester. Rat Vision tested Bones STF 83B wheels with both type A and type B durometers. Our results were 97A and 98A , and 74B to 83B. Not only did this show that the Bones STF 83B wheels being tested are not 103A (as if the A scale actually reached 103A), they are not even 83B, regardless of the rare wheels (not sets) that actually tested at 83B. In fact, some tested as low as 74B, which is 9 points less. We commend Bones Wheels for its leadership in the skate industry in switching to the Shore B scale. (BUT they failed to provide accurate durometer readings, and a bogus comparison chart.) We would like to know your thoughts about the B scale, especially after what you have read. Please post your comments below.
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Soft Wheels and Double Kicks

Soft Wheels and Double Kicks

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Rob, Ted, and Ryan take their soft wheels and double kicks out for a winter mess around session.
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Reinventing the Wheel: Smooth Ride for Wheelchair Users

Reinventing the Wheel: Smooth Ride for Wheelchair Users

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The Acrobat wheel, produced by Israeli start-up Softwheel, uses a suspension system designed to make life easier for wheelchair users. A three-pronged, moving, suspension system between the wheel rim and hub absorbs the impact of curbs and stairs, giving a smoother ride. Dror Cohen, a Softwheel Product Specialist, uses the Acrobat on his own wheelchair: "Where I want to go I just go, and if I want to go down a sidewalk to get to the other side of the road I just go down and it's a very new sen... READ MORE : http://www.euronews.com/2014/04/28/reinventing-the-wheel euronews knowledge brings you a fresh mix of the world's most interesting know-hows, directly from space and sci-tech experts. Subscribe for your dose of space and sci-tech: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=euronewsknowledge Made by euronews, the most watched news channel in Europe.
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SOFT WHEELS SESSIONS....

SOFT WHEELS SESSIONS....

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Fernando Yuppie · Hard Life / Soft Wheels · ABEC 11 & JET

Fernando Yuppie · Hard Life / Soft Wheels · ABEC 11 & JET

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Brazil's Fernando Yuppie is one of the best tech sliders in the world. But not everyone knows that he KILLS it on soft wheels too. Although he's known for doing 540's and 720's on his signature 100a Powerslide wheels, he pulls them off on the soft buttery Classic thane as well. He does 540 noseblunts on Bertz in his sleep. Hmmm, seems like every video starts in his sleep ;) With a style all his own and the constant development of new tricks, Fernando leaves people asking "What the F*** was that?" Well, that was just Fernando being Fernando!
https://wn.com/Fernando_Yuppie_·_Hard_Life_Soft_Wheels_·_Abec_11_Jet
How to Pick Skateboard Wheels | Custom Skateboard

How to Pick Skateboard Wheels | Custom Skateboard

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Products for Gnarly Shredding on the Half Pipe. The Handmade Skateboard: Design & Build a Custom Deck from Scratch: http://amzn.to/1QDuUaD Penny Graphic Complete Skateboard: http://amzn.to/1W0Pdlf Running Belt for iPhone 6 / 6 Plus & Android Smartphones: http://amzn.to/1Lfb0T7 Original Classic Skate Helmet: http://amzn.to/1Klao9h Blank Skateboard Deck (Natural): http://amzn.to/1FLdfHF Sunwin Blue Skateboard All In One Tool: http://amzn.to/1gpgSMu Watch more How to Customize a Skateboard videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/501500-How-to-Pick-Skateboard-Wheels-Custom-Skateboard Hey guys, what's up? We're here to discuss skateboard wheels. Different sizes, shapes and hardness. Right away, let's go right to the smallest. This from Spitfire. This is the 50mm. 50mm is the measurement on the wheel, then we're also going to have a durometer. Durometer is going to tell us the hardness and softness of the wheel. As far as this wheel's profile, this is considered a standard street skating profile wheel. When I say profile, I mean the look and feel around the outside of the wheel. The 50mm being one of the smallest sizes that most shops will carry. I've seen these go down to 46. When you get down to that size you're basically looking at a bearing cover. The bearing goes right in here. You can imagine that if this were to get smaller, it would just be like a bearing cover. Another size that is a lot more popular and more commonly used is the 56. The main difference between the two sizes, these are the same hardness. This wheel here is better for technical, low-level skate tricks, not too common with guys really bombing hills or riding in bowls or parks. But, then again, when it comes to skateboarding, everything is done on anything. So, it is possible but it just hinders a bit. With the bigger wheel, it is more terrain. Able to go over bigger crevices and nooks and crannies that are in the streets. When it comes to skate parks, the wheel size sometimes doesn't matter because the skate parks are just so smooth and perfect. With the hard wheel too, the benefit that you get is a power slide because the wheel doesn't have that super grip like a soft wheel. We'll get into the soft wheels in a second. Like I said, this 56, 55, 54 is your average skate size. Then, going up, a lot of your bigger skaters, when I say "bigger skaters", I mean the maneuvers that they are performing. Transition, bowls, prefer a bigger wheel, anywhere from a 57 to a 60mm. The other thing, also with these, when you are going down large hills, you will be a lot more stable on a bigger, bigger wheel than you would be, say, on this 50mm wheel. You'll also go much faster with this bigger wheel. What I was talking about with power slide and gripping, this soft wheel, this is a Schutt wheel, 57mm and an 85a. The 85a is the durometer. 80, 78 is a real soft durometer. And the durometer on the hard wheels is about 95 and over; it goes up to 101 with the Spits and they are extremely hard whereas this one is super soft, a little more cruiser-style, better for entry level. If you're learning how to push, I highly recommend a soft wheel. This style of wheel came out because of a lot of kids that liked to film, so it's a quieter wheel behind the skater as well as a little more stable. So when you're holding a camera, you are able to maneuver the board a little bit better than you would with the hard wheel. As far as street setups, you can run this soft wheel. You can even, on your cruiser boards, or maybe a long skateboard, you can run a very large wheel, all the way up into the 60's and 62mm. This one here, a custom shut deck, Gullwing trucks. This one has the old OJ's that were brought back. A lot of companies are bringing back some of these cruiser-style wheels as a resurgence in skateboarding. What I highly recommend is, for the beginner or someone new into it, going with a Filmer style wheel. With the wheel size, when it comes to this Filmer wheel, for the new person into skating, I highly recommend this 57mm. 57, 58, something under 60. You'll also have to compensate the wheel size for when you have to step off the board to push, so it will bring your center of gravity lower to the ground so you can get a better push and be more stable while skating.
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RUBE case study: soft wheels

RUBE case study: soft wheels

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Making soft-body wheels in the RUBE editor, using script to automate the repetitive parts. You will need v1.5.3 to follow the script used here.
https://wn.com/Rube_Case_Study_Soft_Wheels
Hard wheels vs soft wheels

Hard wheels vs soft wheels

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Me giving my review on hardwheels and soft wheels
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The Differences Between Soft and Hard Wheels

The Differences Between Soft and Hard Wheels

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Thanks for watching
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How to Choose Longboard Wheels - Tactics.com

How to Choose Longboard Wheels - Tactics.com

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With hundreds of options, its difficult to figure out how to choose longboard wheels. Diameter? Durometer? Lips? Formula? Cores? Contact patch? To help you sift through all the technology, this video explains everything you need to know about the size, shape, and hardness of longboard wheels. Whether you're bombing mountain passes, learning to slide, or just skating to class we'll help you find the perfect set for you. Still need help? Drop a comment in the box below and we'll answer your questions ASAP! Check out our selection of longboard wheels on Tactics: http://www.tactics.com/soft-skateboard-wheels?cp=ytd Like, follow, and stay up to date with Tactics... Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/tacticsFB Twitter - https://twitter.com/tactics Instagram - http://instagram.com/tactics Pinterest - http://www.pinterest.com/tactics Blog - http://grind.tactics.com/
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SKATEBOARD WHEELS: All You Need To Know – Skate Setup | Titus

SKATEBOARD WHEELS: All You Need To Know – Skate Setup | Titus

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http://www.titus-shop.com In this video, Nick will tell us everything we need to know about skateboard wheels. Skateboard wheels come in tons of different variations to suit your preferred type of terrain or just your personal preferences in general. Like always, you’ve gotta test out tons of wheels before you find your perfect set, but there are a couple of reference points to start with which will make buying new wheels a breeze. First, you’ve got to choose between classic and “core” wheels. Classic wheels are made entirely out of polyurethane. That was George Powell’s idea in the 70s. They were extensively tested, very well-received and have remained the industry standard to this day. Core wheels actually have a plastic core in the middle of them for increased stability. The diameter of a set of wheels has changed over the years to suit the terrain they’ll be rolling on. Street skaters should go for wheels with a diameter between 50 to 53 millimeters, and ramp freaks are better off with a diameter of 54 millimeters or up for higher speeds. Just try them out for yourself and see which wheels work the best for you. The width of the running surface can also affect your ride. The “A Scale” is typically used to measure width: the higher the value, the harder the wheel. The scale ranges from about 78 to 101A. Because some wheels actually go above 101A, a “B Scale” is sometimes used, too. On this scale, 103A is about equal to 83B. The Bones Wheels label has developed different materials optimized for different terrains. The Street Tech Formula (STF), for example, is extremely durable and perfect for street skating because it’s designed for rougher surfaces. In contrast, the Skatepark Formula (SPF) is harder and can maintain high speeds typical of bowl/mini ramp sessions. Extremely soft wheels are favored by filmers because they make less noise than harder wheels. Lean back, relax and let Nick tell you all about skateboard wheels!
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Skateboard Hard Waves  Soft   Wheels 1977   Early 70's skate  Florida skateboard parks + California

Skateboard Hard Waves Soft Wheels 1977 Early 70's skate Florida skateboard parks + California

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