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Labeda Gripper Inline Hockey Wheel - X-Soft

Labeda Gripper Inline Hockey Wheel - X-Soft

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Labeda Gripper Inline Hockey Wheel - X-Soft

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Labeda Gripper Inline Hockey Wheel - X-Soft
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By Wsfixit1@gmail.com from Wsfixit1@gmail.com on November 18, 2014
Hello , What is the weight rating on the 76A Wheel.

Thank you
By Customer Service on November 18, 2014

Answer:
I'm not sure if you're asking what the actual weight of the wheel is, or if you would like to know how much weight the wheels can effectively handle, but we'll do my best to address both. Unfortunately our wheels are not stored in a location with a gram scale. Most 76A Wheels are able to handle players under 210 lbs without issues on indoor sport court surfaces. On wood or smooth cement, you'll want to make the jump up to 78A Wheels.

By Angel from Largo, Florida on April 30, 2015
Hello, I wanted to know if these wheels can be used on wooden floors or tile.
By Customer Service on May 1, 2015

Answer:
Yes, these are a 74A durometer which is the softest wheel available and can be used on both tile and wood floor.

By Walter from Wsfixit1@gmail.com on November 17, 2014
Hi ,

I have Bauer Inline skates with the Bauer Wheels, My skates get what I believe is lint build up on them and i sometime slip when in a game. I know this my be an open question but, Will these wheels not get a lint build up on them being softer wheels.

Thank you for your help
By Customer Service on November 17, 2014

Answer:
It sounds like you may just be playing on a dirty rink. But, if your wheels are, for instance, 78A, and you go with a set of 76A or 74A wheels, you'll notice a difference in terms of the grip that the wheels are capable of providing on an indoor/sport court surface. With that being said, it's possible that you may just need to keep a clean towel on the bench so you can wipe off your wheels when they become too dirty.