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limited. Most of what I know regrrding such altemative systems as all little wheels, and, the shifted system (using allbig wheels, but shifting the middle lwo away from each other 1o increase the grinding area).comes from whal I have observed and discussed with those using systems differenr rhlrn my own. The hope is, that with any oftlre systems,

you will be able to grind easier than with the conventional irline set up. The quâ&#x201A;Źsiion is, 'which system will work best for you?". To answerthis we must examine each ofthe sys tems. and test them for lhree specific quali ties: consistency. comfonabiliry. and conve' nience. Obviously.Im convinced that antirccker is the most consistent. lhals why I still use it. Snrce the middle \hcels never touch the grouDd,you're able to pul on lhe smallesl,

hardest wheels you can find. Right now I'm using 44 mm 100A\ by Senate and theyre beautiful. The small wheels maximize clearance and theyte so hard lou can slide over anything, consislently. I took Jess out on a street skate last n;ghl on a ser up idenrical to rny own. 72mml85A Coznror on the end\, and 44mm/100A Senate C Notes in the nrid dle. Jess had never skated anti'rocker before. He was skating shifted Cozmos. and has tried almost everything(little wheels. remember. were his idea). we waxed up a painted curb. aod after about 500 feet ofaccumulative grinds , the mnks of anti-rockerdon welcomed ils newest convert. An argunrent could probably be made that the shifted system is rhe best syslem for vert. simply becausc you donl havc to sacrifice any speed. But on slreel, the shifted system is easily the least effective of the three we're looking at. Since lhe shifted system maintairs alleight big wheels,and big wheels generally run in the range of78A to 85A in durometer, there tends to be a lot ofstickin-q on rails and curbs. especially since 70mm to 72mm wheels seem to always get in the way. Using all eight little wheels, however, would seem to be at leasl as

effeclive, ifnot identlcalto usin-s only two litrle wheelq in rhe centerot'each skare and il \\,orld be. The problem wirh all lirle wheels i\ drat you aclually have to skate on all eight little wheels. It's common knowledge that smaller $4reels are slower than their larger brethren. and that skating on l00A's would make ibr a pretty misemble ride. So. to com pensate. some little wheel makers pourtheir wheels of softer compounds. Hypers Midgers. lbr instance are 52mm but have a duometerof 88A. This wheel, allhough a prelll good size. nnd harder than most inline whcels. is still not rcauy hard enough lbr consistent grindirg. Which brnigs us 1() comlort ability. In this respect. rnti rocker may be the wolst. lf comfortability ircludes maneuver ability, it is certairrly the wolst. Anti-rocker is probably faster than skatins on alleight little wheels. bui raking oul rhe mddle two wheels decreases maneu!erabililyconsider-

ably. Ifrockering your sk:rtes makes them morc maneuvcflrblc. anti rockertug thenr is

like gluing )our leet to the ground. Borh the shifted s)srem and all eight lude

their abilily to be rockered. Convenience. the final quality we

will exam;ne, does not directl\ affect grindiDg, but;t is imponant. A stater should be Iimited only by their abiln). ifanyrhing. SkatiDg ;s skating. rnd \hen doing ir, whether it be sliding handrails orjumping glps, no one should be inhibired or inrerrupted by their equipmeni. lt is ridiculous ro erpect anyone to have to lug around an e\rra pair ofspecial ized skates to change inro $henever they want to do "specialized ricki. or to have lo change theirwheels ro accommodate the type of skaling they will be doing at any given moment. Ideally. one slate \ith one set-up should be able to accommodate all of your skating needs, from ramp ro rai1s. without having to sacr;fice an\rhin-s. inclLrding speed

or consistency. Unfofiunalel) rhe iechnology isnt here yet, and uniil ir is- I * ill stick with anti-rocker. In addition Io heing $e mosi consistent slider. it is rhe ben all pueose seG up we've got.I only use one pair ofskates for both ramp and street sirh ris .omphi.ts. It is a linle dower.and a linl.les maneuver able than some systems. but theie are sacri fices I am willing to malc nrr fie benefits of

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What ihey skate:.. primarily street- Tokyo was built for it... rails and planters abound everywhere but Tokyo skaters are still making efforts to get decent. accessibte, and affordable vert.

Vendlng machines: unlike vert, they're strewn throughout the entire country. Offering anything from pornographic videos to "ta11" Sapporo beers: vending machines transcenal 7lI's so called conve nience, Canneal coffee : "toe-them owe ew ee she." This stuff is down "Mocha Kilimanjaro," or anything from Coffee Boss.

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Sleeping on tralns i'yesl" Due to ihe hard Japanese work eihic and long business days this should seem io be the national past time. note..- Experienced commutets actually steep while they stand.

Public Baths be ielaxed, be nude, and always carry a small towel for cover. How to say No" l.Poini to obiect, or subiect. e.If deating with a menu situation, extencl youl' index fing:er and make an 'x throuâ&#x201A;Źlh un$/anted item. 5.When directing no towards a personi simply cross forearms, smite, and shake your head. "Speak Japanese Impress Your Friends' "ohio â&#x201A;Źla zy aw mas l good morning ''see ma sawwwn ' :excuse me. used prlmarily ln a slighi whine when addressing a waitress. ''ko neeech ee wa hello''aw dee got tou/ thanks. "dough ee tash ee mash tae, or don t touch my moustache" Your welcome

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2. Hard alcohol is less expensive thafl beer in mo* clubs-

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3. Hotel rcoms are the size of closets and they smell frrflnv. 4. There are many differert types of foods iD the shape oftriangles alld noDe of them tas.e Sood. 5. Many Japanese men have mistresses. 6. Two way roads are l0 feet wide with hairpin tumj in many smaller towns-oh and dri\ els rush them at

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