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Spitfire Charger Classic 56mm Clear Red 80a Skateboard Wheels

Spitfire Charger Classic 56mm Clear Red 80a Skateboard Wheels
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Type Street/Park/Vert
Diameter (mm) 56
Duro (a) 80
Contact Patch (mm) 22.5
Lip Profile Round
Surface Smooth
Bearing Core Centerset
Colour Clear

Spitfire Charger Classic 56mm Clear Red 80a Skateboard Wheels  Skateboard Wheels are all terrain, soft and smooth to fit any setup. Made with the 80HD speed urethane formula that prevents unwanted flex. These Chargers are high-quality and made to last. They wont flex like most soft wheels, giving you the best of both worlds with a smooth ride. Perfect size to fit in most setups but consider adding a small (1/8")  riser if you ride loose trucks. Super fast, smooth and FUN!

Wheel Size -  The 56mm size offers fast acceleration and longer roll for each push. Still a good size for the park but super smooth and fast in some bigger transition or going for some bigger gaps. Turn your regular set up into a city cruising weapon at 56mm you can just enjoy the ride The advantage is a completely smooth ride that will roll over way more in its path.

Urethane: Charger 80a: Top quality urethane that offers a very fast roll speed, that grips when you need to and slides when you want to. Chargers are a composite wheel made up of a harder hub for the bearings and a softer outer tyre which is 80A durometer. These wheels are very soft and offer a superb ride on rough terrain. They make for great cruiser and transport wheels and are very grippy. Oh, they are also loved by filmers all over the world. For more info read Spitfire Wheel Formulas Explained

Wheel Shape / Profile: Classic - Spitfire claim this is the #1 shape in skateboarding world wide. And it probably is. This shape first emerged in the early 90’s and has been a popular go-to ever since.  It features a large radius from the bearing seat which produces a fairly narrow contact patch. It is the great all rounder. For more info read Spitfire Wheel Shapes Explained

Bearing core: Center-Set so you can reverse the wheel to save the graphic and help get longer life out of your wheels as you can rotate them so they burn down evenly.