Just wondering what people think about the frame?....Is it good?...does the new 2002 comp frame hold up well? whats a good wheel set up for them?
Re: Rocker chasis
The Rocker chassis is the real deal. It is more manueverable than a Hi-Lo, and Quicker to get up to speed, because of the ability to snap the toe. Hi-Lo guys will argue about straight line speed, but thats a crock, because in hockey how often do you get up too, and maintain straight line speed. Hockey is a game of quick acceleration, and quick manuevering, which again is where the rocker excels. I use the 9 foot setup which is the same as the Tuuk ice blade, but you can experiment with different radius'. If you haven't already, check out www.smarthockey.com and learn about the rocker from the guy who invented it. Sorry I can't help with the Comp chassis yet. But you can order the chassis right from the Smarthockey site for only $79 dollars. It is made from the same material as the Tuuk ice holders, and is both 25% lighter, and offers more flex than the aluminum ones. Personally I have tried every chassis from Hi-Lo, to V-Form, to Big Wheel, and nothing even comes close to the rocker. Try it out, it is by far the closest thing to ice as you will find.