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Spitfire Bighead Wheels

With a slightly increased riding surface for all-terrain destruction, Spitfire's Big Head Wheels are the original incarnation of riding excellence. Large variety of colors and sizes ensures a perfect wheel for street skaters, all-terrain destroyers, and vert junkies alike. 99A hardness ensures smooth rolling on any terrain. Sizes: 48mm, 50mm, 51mm, 52mm, 53mm, 54mm, 57mm, 59mm, and 63mm. 99A durometer rating.
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Do they flatspot really easy?

Hi just wondering if they flat spot really easily?
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The Spitfire Bighead Wheels, will have a 99A durometer rating (making it a little more difficult to flat spot). The Spitfire Formula Four wheels are guaranteed by Spitfire not to flat spot (#65-08267, #65-06734 and #65-06732).
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Do they come in a set of 4

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The Spitfire Big Head Wheels, are sold as a set of 4 wheels.
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sliding

between the spitfire f1 wheels and the ricta naturals witch would be better for sliding.
asked 2 years, 7 months ago
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I love sliding on spittys. They slide really well and hardly ever get flat spots. If they do, you can ride them out pretty quick. Rictas get flat spots very easily.
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A harder wheel, such as the Spitfire Big Head Wheels, will probably slide better than the softer Ricta Natural wheels.
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Will CCS ever get the purple/green big head wheels back in stock?

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We have no plans to restock the Spitfire Big Head Wheels, in colorway purple/green at this time.
answered 2 years, 8 months ago
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Are they street burners

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The Spitfire Big Head Wheels are not from the Street Burner series. Normally, you will actually see 'Street Burner' on the wheels themselves if they are a part of that class.
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Are the bearings included?

im assuming no but just checking to make sure.
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The bearings are not included with a Spitfire Big Head Wheels purchase.
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its 2 green and 2 purple or its just green with purple graphic on it?

its mash up 2purple/2green or its just green?
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Both versions of the Spitfire Big Head Wheels that are green and purple, one of them just being an older version, (sku #65-03968 & #65-00849), are an all green wheel with just the purple on the face as a design.
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Will 53mm wheels fit 8.0 trucks and an 8.25 board

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A 54mm Spitfire Big Head Wheel is recommended for the 8.25 board.
answered 3 years, 4 months ago
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do these wheels get dirty fast?

asked 3 years, 6 months ago
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The Spitfire Big Head Wheels will become dirty if used for outside skating.
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are they wide?

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Well alex94825 it just depens what size you get, I would prefer a 52 mm, 51 mm, or even a 50 mm which is what I have myself. Don't get the 54 mm because my friend has that and he can't do anything with them, he regrets not listeneing to my advice.
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ya
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The Spitfire Big Head Wheels have a 15mm width measurement that touches the ground while spinning, and a 35mm complete width measurement.
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