60mm Slime Balls Vomits 97a Wheels
 

60mm  Slime Balls Vomits 97a  Wheels 60mm  Slime Balls Vomits 97a  Wheels
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Slimeballs are back! We found the original molds, the "warpaint" graphics, the urethane formulas, the logo and the trademark! Same as it ever was... in the original wheel shapes and wheel formula made at the same 1980s manufacturer.

The 97a Slimeball formula blend is poured in a reversible dead center bearing and no flex edge radius lip design, resulting in the fastest on command slide-able, slip to grip ratio wheel available. No chipping, no coning, no bearing seat stretch, no softening and no speed loss.

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$36.95 / set
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Slimeballs are back! We found the original molds, the "warpaint" graphics, the urethane formulas, the logo and the trademark! Same as it ever was... in the original wheel shapes and wheel formula made at the same 1980s manufacturer.

The 97a Slimeball formula blend is poured in a reversible dead center bearing and no flex edge radius lip design, resulting in the fastest on command slide-able, slip to grip ratio wheel available. No chipping, no coning, no bearing seat stretch, no softening and no speed loss.

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60mm
42mm
28mm

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May 21, 2015
I loved the hell out of these wheels. Had those bad boys on my Powell ripper and Stabb Sims decks. Miss those day, R.I.P. Jeff Phillips, loved tearing it up at your park.
April 14, 2015
Will bearing spacers still be needed if putting these on Indy 169s for an old school cruiser?
NHS Fun Factory replied
You can add the bearing spacers, or not.

Our R+D department always suggest the use of bearing spacers for bearing support and longevity. They help protect the bearings from that sideways pressure you get from turning or sliding.

That being said, you can still ride a board without them.
May 14, 2014
BRING BACK SLIMEBALLS TSHIRTS... PLEASE!
December 29, 2013
looking at these and the Hensley 58mm. 9.5" old school deck to ride street, learn to ride park. Love to slide and carve on my longboard. Love to emulate the way Hensley skates. Wondering how much the two will differ? thanks!
NHS Fun Factory replied
I am a huge Hensley fan. Dude was such an amazing innovator for the late 80's early 90's.

I think both would work great on an old school board. They are fairly similar with a few minor differences:

-The Hensleys are 99a. Slightly harder. If you might be encountering more rough ground I'd go with the Vomits.

-The Hensleys aren't as wide as the Vomits. Depnding on what size trucks you're using that might help determine what wheels. Both would fit well with some 169's so its not that big of a difference. The Hensleys will be a bit lighter.


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