sk8crazy wrote:Bruce, I also skate on rad 90's and have had various foot and ankle problems (including the outer edge of my feet) with them for the past 2 years. Problems that I never had with other skates including the K2 mod 8.5's (which were the generation before the rad 90's) I've tried to solve the problems various ways (new footbeds, smaller wheels, raised heels. ankle padding & whatever I could think of) for 2 years now and finally seemed to have hit upon a solution. I have moved my frames from the factory set and it appears to have worked. It took a few adjustments and I have skated a few times now (30k each time) without pain.
sk8crazy wrote:They're adjustable side to side. If you take your wheels off you can see the bolts between 1st & 2nd wheels and 3rd & 4th wheels. When you undo the bolts you will be able to slide the frame. There is perhaps 1/4 - 1/2" max leeway. But, only adjust them a little at a time and test them. My frames are slightly to the inside at my heels (I pronate a bit) and dead centre with the zipper at the toe area. It seemed to work. It may work for you, but just make sure you really tighten the bolts so your frame doesn't come loose at the wrong time.
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