65mm Slime Balls Big Balls 97a Wheels

65mm  Slime Balls Big Balls 97a  Wheels 65mm  Slime Balls Big Balls 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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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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65mm
40mm
27mm

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May 14, 2014
Slimeballs Huh....Iam 41 yaers old so that puts me in that old skool class...It's great to see awesome products back on the market....
January 13, 2014
I'm thinking about using these wheels on my rob roskopp old school deck (the one whith a face, classic shape). Do you think that will work or are they too small?. Thanks
NHS Fun Factory replied
They are perfect size for that deck. Great at parks and on reasonably smooth surfaces.

Also, if you want something softer and more for cruising/transportation, get the 66 78a Slimeballs. They'll roll over anything.
January 4, 2014
On a scale of 1-10. Ten being the easiest and one being the most difficult. How are they for powersliding, in your opinion?
NHS Fun Factory replied
I'd say about 8. They are harder than cruzer wheels so they aren't really soft and sticky. I learned to slide on wheels about the same shape, size and hardness.

Shoot, maybe even a 9.

For me, 10 would be hard street/park wheels.
November 4, 2013
Would these be good for going down hills?
NHS Fun Factory replied
Yes. They are not super soft cruiser wheels though. 97a: A little harder.

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