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Old 10-05-2005, 04:27 PM   #7
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Originally Posted by SMcpot
Only problem with CA removers is that they don't "penetrate"; if you've got rubber glued in the grooves of the wheels, this can be a time-consuming process

(Sorry to resurrect such an old thread, but I'm getting ready to buy some wheels, and would like to know if anyone has a foolproof way of doing this without trashing the ABS "super precision" wheel)
I don't think there is a full proof way other than using nylon wheels. Only problem is that Nylon Wheels tend to bend and get out of true. Best bet is to use a new ABS wheel. They are lighter and more precise. Many places like Speedtech have them available in bulk for about a buck each.
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