Kegel all terrain?

Where can I find kegel core all terrain? Am I losing my mind?

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the largest u can find rn is the onsra 115s, but i’ve heard they don’t have a true kegel core, the spokes are off by a bit.

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That’s what I thought

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But @frame said it first

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there is an unobtainium of kegel airless 150s, not sure if anyone still have one set around, they used to be standard like 2 years ago on those chinese “AT” board, but somehow it disappeared for whatever reason.

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This is a mixture of stuff you might like I think @ShutterShock was testing one of them :thinking:

Yes and @surfnacho and @Bavioze have some cool stuff

My upcoming InfinityHubs have the kegel pattern. Manufacturing has started now.

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Do you have pics yet :star_struck:

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Ya I put some up. But here ya go :+1:t3:

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bearing to bearing distance? or axle length needed?

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We picked a 34mm distance, same as trampa.

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Dude that board is sweet :star_struck:
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Good job on the wheels :call_me_hand:

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nice, that’s good for most truck already

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Thanks! Board was built by Artem off course :+1:t3:

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Perfect

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Thanks.
I have torque board 110*s on M1 gears. Strickly street. I’m not in Daytona Beach anymore, so all terrain wheels are in order.

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Dead bro! Weir everywhere.

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That’s right. Dead pirate tattoo. Dead Sleds E.V. Emporium. Hehe

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Both kids and all five pets are named after tunes. Roots run deep, bro.

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Yeah I was testing the RS125 wheels. They actually perform pretty well grip wise for offroad, but they are not soft by any means

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