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Re: The Heated Wheel
« Reply #60 on: April 24, 2023, 01:04:02 PM »
This is my new daily driver (as I put two other set ups on ice, because of a lack of bearing maintainence :P)



Anyways, for my limited bag of tricks, it feels good so far, even though I forgot the pals name that I got it from here  :o


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Re: The Heated Wheel
« Reply #61 on: April 24, 2023, 04:50:21 PM »
This is my new daily driver (as I put two other set ups on ice, because of a lack of bearing maintainence :P)



Anyways, for my limited bag of tricks, it feels good so far, even though I forgot the pals name that I got it from here  :o


I had looked at that and thought it a good looking shape and decent dimensions too.

That's the 9.25 x 32 with 14.25 wb isn't it?


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Re: The Heated Wheel
« Reply #62 on: April 24, 2023, 07:21:31 PM »
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This is my new daily driver (as I put two other set ups on ice, because of a lack of bearing maintainence :P)



Anyways, for my limited bag of tricks, it feels good so far, even though I forgot the pals name that I got it from here  :o
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I had looked at that and thought it a good looking shape and decent dimensions too.

That's the 9.25 x 32 with 14.25 wb isn't it?

Yes, it's the shaped version. Hopefully they keep it in rotation.


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Re: The Heated Wheel
« Reply #63 on: April 25, 2023, 09:36:16 PM »
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This is my new daily driver (as I put two other set ups on ice, because of a lack of bearing maintainence :P)



Anyways, for my limited bag of tricks, it feels good so far, even though I forgot the pals name that I got it from here  :o
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I had looked at that and thought it a good looking shape and decent dimensions too.

That's the 9.25 x 32 with 14.25 wb isn't it?
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Yes, it's the shaped version. Hopefully they keep it in rotation.
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Re: The Heated Wheel
« Reply #64 on: April 26, 2023, 06:23:24 PM »
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This is my new daily driver (as I put two other set ups on ice, because of a lack of bearing maintainence :P)



Anyways, for my limited bag of tricks, it feels good so far, even though I forgot the pals name that I got it from here  :o
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I had looked at that and thought it a good looking shape and decent dimensions too.

That's the 9.25 x 32 with 14.25 wb isn't it?
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Yes, it's the shaped version. Hopefully they keep it in rotation.
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Top pic please


The stock pics always have the top partly covered by the graphic side like this, but it is easy enough to see most of it.

I am sure there were other top pics from people who had them, but right this minute I can't see any.



the heated wheel yuma shape
9.25/32/14.25wb


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Re: The Heated Wheel
« Reply #65 on: April 26, 2023, 07:13:07 PM »
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This is my new daily driver (as I put two other set ups on ice, because of a lack of bearing maintainence :P)



Anyways, for my limited bag of tricks, it feels good so far, even though I forgot the pals name that I got it from here  :o
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I had looked at that and thought it a good looking shape and decent dimensions too.

That's the 9.25 x 32 with 14.25 wb isn't it?
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Yes, it's the shaped version. Hopefully they keep it in rotation.
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Top pic please
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The stock pics always have the top partly covered by the graphic side like this, but it is easy enough to see most of it.

I am sure there were other top pics from people who had them, but right this minute I can't see any.



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the heated wheel yuma shape
9.25/32/14.25wb

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What you said, but grip pics seem to bring it closer to reality on the little glass screen!

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Re: The Heated Wheel
« Reply #66 on: April 26, 2023, 07:39:03 PM »

What you said, but grip pics seem to bring it closer to reality on the little glass screen!


For sure!

That is why I went looking, cause I am sure someone had posted a setup board before.


I also searched YUMA deck and this ebay listing came up too.

Not quite the profile top pic, but a good one to see from the camera angle and also worth noting:


https://www.ebay.com/itm/165924569895


https://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/Q1IAAOSwiedj4DLk/s-l1600.jpg




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Re: The Heated Wheel
« Reply #67 on: April 26, 2023, 11:08:44 PM »
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What you said, but grip pics seem to bring it closer to reality on the little glass screen!
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For sure!

That is why I went looking, cause I am sure someone had posted a setup board before.


I also searched YUMA deck and this ebay listing came up too.

Not quite the profile top pic, but a good one to see from the camera angle and also worth noting:


https://www.ebay.com/itm/165924569895


https://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/Q1IAAOSwiedj4DLk/s-l1600.jpg



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Re: The Heated Wheel
« Reply #68 on: May 04, 2023, 10:45:34 AM »
Couldn’t resist dropping in some of my favorite items from the new drop!

ENIZ FAZLIOV - RAGDOLL - PRO MODEL - 8.25



BRAYAN CORIA - PRO MODEL - 8.38



JAKE HILL - BIRD CAGE - PRO MODEL - 8.5



TOM REMILLARD - OCEAN VIEW - PRO MODEL - 9.0



FOXED - 8.75



BANK MAULER



FIBER RIDER - POLARIZER


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Re: The Heated Wheel
« Reply #69 on: May 04, 2023, 11:53:14 AM »
Couldnít resist dropping in some of my favorite items from the new drop!

ENIZ FAZLIOV - RAGDOLL - PRO MODEL - 8.25



BRAYAN CORIA - PRO MODEL - 8.38



JAKE HILL - BIRD CAGE - PRO MODEL - 8.5



TOM REMILLARD - OCEAN VIEW - PRO MODEL - 9.0



FOXED - 8.75



BANK MAULER



FIBER RIDER - POLARIZER



Anyone know the rest of the dimensions on that Tom Remillard 9Ē?
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Re: The Heated Wheel
« Reply #70 on: May 04, 2023, 11:54:38 PM »
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Couldnít resist dropping in some of my favorite items from the new drop!

TOM REMILLARD - OCEAN VIEW - PRO MODEL - 9.0



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Anyone know the rest of the dimensions on that Tom Remillard 9Ē?


I thought I had seen another one, maybe the same shape and it had more weird dimensions, but this is the only one that comes up in searches now:


https://www.shrunkenheadskateboards.com/products/the-heated-wheel-remillard-deck-9-0


The Heated Wheel Tom Remillard Deck 9.0 x 32.75, wb14.5


Not the same graphic though, so that might be different.



Another listing, definitely more than 32" with those nose and tail dimensions:


https://www.warehouseskateboards.com/the-heated-wheel-skateboards-tom-remillard-pro-skateboard-deck-9x32


Deck Size: 9" width x 32" length
Wheelbase: 14.5"
Nose: 7.25"
Tail: 7"
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Re: The Heated Wheel
« Reply #71 on: June 02, 2023, 06:43:01 AM »
Anyone know if the 8.38 HW decks are all the same shape/wheelbase?

Curious to know what the wheelbase is on this guy

https://theheatedwheel.com/collections/skateboards/products/yuma-slick-bottom-8-5

edit: damn just read @Mbrimson88 post on the first page. looks like 14.25, too small for me.

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Re: The Heated Wheel
« Reply #72 on: June 05, 2023, 06:23:16 PM »
I know this is lent the right place but I couldnít find a heated wheel thread in the UWB area but when did Toni remillard get on heated wheel? Or is it a guest board?

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Re: The Heated Wheel
« Reply #73 on: June 05, 2023, 06:35:12 PM »
I know this is lent the right place but I couldnít find a heated wheel thread in the UWB area but when did Toni remillard get on heated wheel? Or is it a guest board?

Tom Remillard is the TM, heís been on a while now.  Pretty sure heís the one whoís brought in Eniz, Jake Hill and Brayan Coria via connections on other teams heís on.

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Re: The Heated Wheel
« Reply #74 on: June 05, 2023, 06:48:03 PM »
I know this is lent the right place but I couldnít find a heated wheel thread in the UWB area but when did Toni remillard get on heated wheel? Or is it a guest board?


It is relevant enough that this thread could include anything related.


Exactly when, not sure, but I think for a lot of skaters, their steps down are no where near as celebrated or even acknowledged as their steps up, even if that is a very coarse way to say it, given he went from AH am around 2011, through a short lived Expedition stint from 2013, through pro boards on Santa Cruz from 2016 to mid 2022 Heated Wheel, probably missing some steps along the way, but that is when he referred to "with us at Heated Wheel" in an instagram post.

I have always appreciated his skating, being more transition based myself, so by no means am I meaning any disrespect, but going from Santa Cruz to a very small brand like Heated Wheel seems a big step down.  This in itself could be seen as how disposable some skateboarders are to the industry now, or at least to some brands, always putting the next dude on and bumping off the other guys from the other end of the production line.

Either way, stoked he has a board and a "family" which seems like it is more than what is going on at NHS or somewhere else like Dwindle of late.


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Re: The Heated Wheel
« Reply #75 on: June 05, 2023, 06:51:50 PM »
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I know this is lent the right place but I couldnít find a heated wheel thread in the UWB area but when did Toni remillard get on heated wheel? Or is it a guest board?
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Tom Remillard is the TM, heís been on a while now.  Pretty sure heís the one whoís brought in Eniz, Jake Hill and Brayan Coria via connections on other teams heís on.


That makes sense too.

Also glad they gave him a board, Dec 2022.


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Beyond honored to be a part of @theheatedwheel and to receive this board. Really just want to do my best to help the entire project along. Hyped how itís gone so far, thank you NB and Ed for this amazing opportunity. More to come!



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Re: The Heated Wheel
« Reply #76 on: June 05, 2023, 07:11:07 PM »
I have always appreciated his skating, being more transition based myself, so by no means am I meaning any disrespect, but going from Santa Cruz to a very small brand like Heated Wheel seems a big step down.

I think he had some injuries over the years, but itís moreso that heís tight with Blender and wanted to help him build out the company.  Also it could just be me, but while Santa Cruz obviously has an amazing history and a much bigger brand awareness globally, I wouldnít say it approaches the cool factor of THW these daysÖ but Iím pretty biased.

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Re: The Heated Wheel
« Reply #77 on: June 05, 2023, 07:57:21 PM »
Heated Wheel is the best new company since, I donít know, Quasi?

I was not expecting such a wide range of decks. Once they have their own wheels they can sell Polarizer completes.

They are almost like Krooked. 80s artist/skater sends in art and stays out of the business portion.

Tom Rís in a better position for him than at Santa Cruz.

Iím thinking about getting the 9.25Ē board based on the Drehobl but Iím waiting until I get a back truck measurement cause in looks like it tapers too much.




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Re: The Heated Wheel
« Reply #78 on: June 05, 2023, 08:50:15 PM »
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Couldnít resist dropping in some of my favorite items from the new drop!

TOM REMILLARD - OCEAN VIEW - PRO MODEL - 9.0



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Anyone know the rest of the dimensions on that Tom Remillard 9Ē?
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I thought I had seen another one, maybe the same shape and it had more weird dimensions, but this is the only one that comes up in searches now:


https://www.shrunkenheadskateboards.com/products/the-heated-wheel-remillard-deck-9-0


The Heated Wheel Tom Remillard Deck 9.0 x 32.75, wb14.5


Not the same graphic though, so that might be different.



Another listing, definitely more than 32" with those nose and tail dimensions:


https://www.warehouseskateboards.com/the-heated-wheel-skateboards-tom-remillard-pro-skateboard-deck-9x32

Deck Size: 9" width x 32" length
Wheelbase: 14.5"
Nose: 7.25"
Tail: 7"

Confirmed


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Re: The Heated Wheel
« Reply #79 on: June 06, 2023, 07:41:11 AM »
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I have always appreciated his skating, being more transition based myself, so by no means am I meaning any disrespect, but going from Santa Cruz to a very small brand like Heated Wheel seems a big step down.
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I think he had some injuries over the years, but itís moreso that heís tight with Blender and wanted to help him build out the company.  Also it could just be me, but while Santa Cruz obviously has an amazing history and a much bigger brand awareness globally, I wouldnít say it approaches the cool factor of THW these daysÖ but Iím pretty biased.


Heated Wheel is the best new company since, I donít know, Quasi?

I was not expecting such a wide range of decks. Once they have their own wheels they can sell Polarizer completes.

They are almost like Krooked. 80s artist/skater sends in art and stays out of the business portion.

Tom Rís in a better position for him than at Santa Cruz.

Iím thinking about getting the 9.25Ē board based on the Drehobl but Iím waiting until I get a back truck measurement cause in looks like it tapers too much.



I don't feel any love, or even have much interest in brands like Santa Cruz, so I would definitely back Tom on Heated Wheel in that regard.


As to that board, is it the same as the other 9.25 x 32 with 14.25 wheelbase or are they different shapes?

I seem to recall someone having one of the earlier graphics of a very similar shape and saying it was about 9.2 over the front truck and 8.75 at the back truck, but I could be wrong.  They had 159s on it which worked, but I think even 9" even trucks would still work well enough.


Some places have it with better pics, but no one seems to have it that lists over the truck measurements, the closest being the Conflict Skates site, with a couple of other boards that could almost be similar in taper.

https://www.conflictskates.co.uk/the-heated-wheel--sportsman-skateboard-deck-90-x-32-sky-blue--pool-old-skool-neil-blender-37374-p.asp

"Sportsman"
Team Deck

9.0" x 32"

6.25" nose

7.0" tail

15.0" WB

Medium Concave

Width over front truck: 8.75"

Width over rear truck: 8.5"



SW has decent pics without having the top overlapping and on an angle, so maybe this is worth having a look at too, same as the one above and then the one I think it is closest to in shape - Frontier deck:


https://www.skatewarehouse.com/The_Heated_Wheel_Sportsman_Deck/descpage-HWSMDK.html

https://www.skatewarehouse.com/The_Heated_Wheel_Frontier_Green_Red_Deck/descpage-HWFGRDK.html

That shape looks a bit weird though.




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Re: The Heated Wheel
« Reply #80 on: June 16, 2023, 03:18:44 PM »
Seems the NB Artwork page is still live, just not a listed tab on the site

https://theheatedwheel.com/collections/nb-artwork

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Re: The Heated Wheel
« Reply #81 on: July 27, 2023, 09:25:07 AM »
Seems the NB Artwork page is still live, just not a listed tab on the site

https://theheatedwheel.com/collections/nb-artwork


Thank you for this! 

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Re: The Heated Wheel
« Reply #82 on: July 27, 2023, 09:39:14 AM »
Heated Wheel is the best new company since, I donít know, Quasi?

I was not expecting such a wide range of decks. Once they have their own wheels they can sell Polarizer completes.

They are almost like Krooked. 80s artist/skater sends in art and stays out of the business portion.

Tom Rís in a better position for him than at Santa Cruz.

Iím thinking about getting the 9.25Ē board based on the Drehobl but Iím waiting until I get a back truck measurement cause in looks like it tapers too much.




The 9:25 shape is my favorite shape, Iíve been through several.   Board dimensions are all the same regardless of the graphic. 

Nose: 7 1/4Ē
Tail: 6 1/2Ē
Width over front truck: 9 1/8Ē
Width over rear truck: 8 5/8Ē

159s work perfect for me. 

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Re: The Heated Wheel
« Reply #83 on: September 05, 2023, 11:23:53 AM »
Wow.  What a drop.

Also itís great they now list wheelbase for all the boards (except the price point ones) on the site.


























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Re: The Heated Wheel
« Reply #84 on: September 05, 2023, 03:51:16 PM »
Wow.  What a drop.

Also itís great they now list wheelbase for all the boards (except the price point ones) on the site.




Yeah having the dimensions listed makes it a whole lot easier for everyone.

I wonder if they got sick of people asking them about it, or just thought it might be a good idea.


The funny thing with the popsicles is the size of the 8, 8.25, 8.38 and 8.5 all seem to be fairly normal, then the 8.75 and 9.0 seem to be a bit different to other specs of that size board - super long compared to the proportionate wheelbase.  I know a couple of people have had those boards before, but at least now they show the dimensions, it is easier to compare.


Deck Size - 8.0 x 31.85 - 14.25 WB

Deck Size - 8.25 x 31.9 - 14.25 WB

Deck Size - 8.38 x 32.1 - 14.4 WB

Deck Size - 8.5 x 32.35 - 14.5 WB

Deck Size - 8.75 x 32.5 - 14.25 WB

Deck Size - 9.0 x 32.75 - 14.5 WB



A couple of interesting ones in there too including this one:


https://theheatedwheel.com/collections/skateboards/products/people-mover-egg-shape-9-0


90's Egg Shape Deck
7 Ply Canadian Maple Skateboard
Custom Shaped Deck In 9.25 x 32 - 14.25 WB







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Re: The Heated Wheel
« Reply #85 on: September 05, 2023, 05:21:14 PM »
Good looking out, thought I had the 90ís Egg included in there.  Itís one football board Iíd love to see in person because I think I actually might like it, thatís a seemingly generous nose and tail.

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Re: The Heated Wheel
« Reply #86 on: September 05, 2023, 05:56:45 PM »
Been waiting for a HW egg!  So stoked to see people getting into the brand and Blenders on a real tear at the moment.  Love it.

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Re: The Heated Wheel
« Reply #87 on: September 05, 2023, 06:12:12 PM »
Been waiting for a HW egg!  So stoked to see people getting into the brand and Blenders on a real tear at the moment.  Love it.

Yes, all the production and activity with the brand is incredibly exciting.

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Re: The Heated Wheel
« Reply #88 on: September 05, 2023, 09:46:41 PM »
The new egg looks like a proper 90s shape. Way more legit looking than some others.

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Re: The Heated Wheel
« Reply #89 on: September 05, 2023, 10:13:02 PM »
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Wow.  What a drop.

Also itís great they now list wheelbase for all the boards (except the price point ones) on the site.


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Yeah having the dimensions listed makes it a whole lot easier for everyone.

I wonder if they got sick of people asking them about it, or just thought it might be a good idea.


The funny thing with the popsicles is the size of the 8, 8.25, 8.38 and 8.5 all seem to be fairly normal, then the 8.75 and 9.0 seem to be a bit different to other specs of that size board - super long compared to the proportionate wheelbase.  I know a couple of people have had those boards before, but at least now they show the dimensions, it is easier to compare.


Deck Size - 8.0 x 31.85 - 14.25 WB

Deck Size - 8.25 x 31.9 - 14.25 WB

Deck Size - 8.38 x 32.1 - 14.4 WB

Deck Size - 8.5 x 32.35 - 14.5 WB

Deck Size - 8.75 x 32.5 - 14.25 WB

Deck Size - 9.0 x 32.75 - 14.5 WB



A couple of interesting ones in there too including this one:


https://theheatedwheel.com/collections/skateboards/products/people-mover-egg-shape-9-0


90's Egg Shape Deck
7 Ply Canadian Maple Skateboard
Custom Shaped Deck In 9.25 x 32 - 14.25 WB




Anyone know if this is the same shape/dims as Neilís Alien JBL deck? Loved that thing.