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  1. ...way of the dinosaur for many reason. My recommendation is somewhere between an ABEC-5 and ABEC-7 rated bearing (I prefer BSB brand...

    2 Answers · Sports · 07/04/2010

  2. ...universal, so you should be okay if you change it up a little bit. I would suggest an abec 7 or 9 if you want a little bit more speed. Something like Bones...

    2 Answers · Sports · 16/02/2010

  3. Depends on the surface. Soft wheels (74 or 76a) for sport court, Hard (80 -> 85a depending on your weight) for asphalt and concrete. Haven't been on a rollon surface enough to know what to suggest for that. If skating on more than one surface...

    1 Answers · Sports · 18/01/2010

  4. ...comfortable than Mission. You can get faster skates like abec 9. You can skate fast by getting abec 9s and ones that fit you...

    2 Answers · Sports · 12/12/2009

  5. Swiss by far. there is no comparison. if it could happen, the swiss would be like abec 11. so go with the swiss if you can

    2 Answers · Sports · 19/07/2009

  6. ... cash! OK - - Bearings... Bearings carry an ABEC rating. Skates that you'll be looking at will have a ...

    4 Answers · Sports · 13/07/2009

  7. Any wheel is gonna shred up in no time on asphalt / concrete but if they're an 82 to 86 hardness they should last a bit longer. Of those you mentioned, the Hyper Pro's have the best reputation, but I haven't played in an outdoor roller hockey...

    6 Answers · Sports · 16/03/2009

  8. ... given from the factory tests. The higher the ABEC rating (which is a scale) the tighter, more round, and ...

    3 Answers · Sports · 28/01/2009

  9. ... have recommended on YA before that buying the expensive ABEC-9 bearings is over rated. You just don't need...

    5 Answers · Sports · 29/12/2008

  10. $10 isn't bad for a set of bearings, especially ABEC-9's. However, bearings are overrated. ...

    2 Answers · Sports · 20/12/2008

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