Warped Chassis - Is This Normal?

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  1. kingscourt26

    kingscourt26 Registered User

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    I just got my Reebok 9Ks today and I was doing my OCD inspection before I decided to get them sharpened. My last couple of pairs of skates had a flush chassis to the boot. These seem to have more contact at the rivets that the rest of the perimeter. Is this normal?

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    Anyone on this?
     
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    yeah that's normal, same thing on my (relatively) new S15s
     
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    It's normal, I'd worry about the alignment of the holder more than anything. A lot of the newer, mass-produced skates have mis-aligned holders from the factory that can really hurt your stride.
     
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    My game was canceled due to a power outage last weekend but they appear to be aligned.
     

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