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    Flat anti-rocker setup

    Eulogy 55mm outside rockered up & eulogy anti-rocker 47mm inside rockered down. Viola!
    Last edited by WhiteCell; 11.05.2018, 02:37.

    #2
    Cool.
    +2279 post from the old board

    PEZ_GUY

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      #3
      What does Jon Julio's wife have to do with this?

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        #4
        I’ve just ordered 54mm Eulogy and Go Project 49.5 Anti Rocker for a Kizer Slimline 2

        Any experiencing with riding flat on Anti rockers in middle down position.

        Originally posted by WhiteCell View Post
        Eulogy 55mm outside rockered up & eulogy anti-rocker 47mm inside rockered down. Viola!

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          #5
          Hmm, interesting, you’d be working with a 27mm and 25mm radius, don’t know what the rocker option is for the slimlines, but I think you’ll be a little high in the center for a couple sessions until you wear them even, at which point you’re golden!

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            #6
            Ya'll are silly. Better forget about leaning your boots during push offs and turns. Good luck! To add to the conversation though I was toying around on some crs frames with all solid spacers rockered up with 57 mm wheels. That was actually pretty good for flat.

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              #7
              I’ll give it a try, worst case i got two more options go all flat with 58/54 or Anti Rocker with 58 on outside and 49 inside

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                #8
                Originally posted by joshdamnit View Post
                Ya'll are silly. Better forget about leaning your boots during push offs and turns. Good luck! To add to the conversation though I was toying around on some crs frames with all solid spacers rockered up with 57 mm wheels. That was actually pretty good for flat.
                That’s definitely a part of the equation, depending on the frames you’re rocking, you may have to cess slide around for awhile to trim the extra plastic, or just use a grinder on the corners of the frames so you don’t bottom out. Haha sorry I forgot to mention that!

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                  #9
                  There’s no reason to do this. We have some frames that are amazing for grinding with a flat setup. Just go 56mm flat on CO or 60 flat on k2 or 65 flat on mega/symmetrics. You’ve also got Oysi which is the ultimate if you want to grind. Stop fucking about with slim lines and anti rockers. Either enjoy riding anti or jump in with a decent flat setup. No need to half ass it anymore.

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by DanielBond View Post
                    There’s no reason to do this. We have some frames that are amazing for grinding with a flat setup. Just go 56mm flat on CO or 60 flat on k2 or 65 flat on mega/symmetrics. You’ve also got Oysi which is the ultimate if you want to grind. Stop fucking about with slim lines and anti rockers. Either enjoy riding anti or jump in with a decent flat setup. No need to half ass it anymore.
                    You guys are right I keep forgetting it’s not 1996 ??

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by DanielBond View Post
                      There’s no reason to do this. We have some frames that are amazing for grinding with a flat setup. Just go 56mm flat on CO or 60 flat on k2 or 65 flat on mega/symmetrics. You’ve also got Oysi which is the ultimate if you want to grind. Stop fucking about with slim lines and anti rockers. Either enjoy riding anti or jump in with a decent flat setup. No need to half ass it anymore.
                      This. Just get some CO's and skate a 56/57/58 flat, wheelbite really isn't an issue.

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                        #12
                        What’s CO? I Just put in some Eulogy 54mm and GC 58mm in the Slimline II frame. I may try anti rocker down the line but got now i’ll stick to Flat

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                          #13
                          CO is Create Original. It's probably the best anti-frame I've ever skated, but it's also really good flat if you keep the wheelsize reasonable.

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