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Endless 100 RB Frame - 165

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Endless 100 RB Frame - 165 Mount
Multiple setups: 4x100, 3x110


Endless RB 100 Frames ride with a balanced rocker at 4x100 and flat at 3x110. Perfect for use on Rollerblade Twister Adapt Hyperskates, and other 165mm compatible skates. They include longitudinal mounting slots for dialing in front-back frame alignment.

Endless RB 100 Frames ride with a balanced rocker at 4x100 and flat at 3x110. Perfect for use on Rollerblade Twister Adapt Hyperskates, and other 165mm compatible skates. They include longitudinal mounting slots for dialing in front-back frame alignment.

Mounting: 165 mm
Multiple setups: 4x100, 3x110*
Balanced Rocker for 4-wheel setup
Flat configuration for 3x110 setup
*Many boots will be able to fit 3x125, including FR Skates FR1/2/3/X, Rollerblade RB80/110/Pro/Cruiser, and Rollerblade Twister Edge
Compatible with good quality bullet profile wheels only
Recommended for Intermediate and Advanced skill levels
Recommended for boot sizes 40 (260 mm foot length) and above
Longitudinal mounting slots allow for optimized front-back alignment with Rollerblade and Adapt skates
For centered mounting on FR/Seba boots and Micro MT Plus: push frame forward (bolt sits towards rear of slot)
For centered mounting on Rollerblade or Adapt boots: push frame backwards (bolt sits towards front of slot)
Wheelbase: 303 mm
Brake compatibility (not recommended for use with brake):
4x100: Powerslide Urban Brake Size L 
3x110: none
One frame set includes: 2 frames and 8 axles
CNC-machined from 6061-T6 aluminum
Weight = 341 grams, without spacers and axles

The 3x125 can be pulled off on some models (FR Skates FR1, FR2, FR3, FRX, Rollerblade RB80, RB110, RBPro, RB Cruiser, Twister Edge). Longitudinal mounting slots allow for optimized front-back alignment with Rollerblade and Adapt skates.

For centered mounting on FR/Seba boots and Micro MT Plus: push the frame forward (bolt sits towards the rear of slot). For centered mounting on Rollerblade or Adapt boots: push frame backward (bolt sits towards the front of slot)

165, UFS, and Trinity Frame Comparison

What's the difference between 165/180, UFS, and Trinity frames?

There are three primary mounting standards when it comes to inline skate boots used for all types of skating other than speed skating. It's important to know which mounting interface your boot has so that you can choose the correct Endless frame. These three mounting types are not interchangeable with one another. In other words you cannot fit a Trinity frame to a UFS boot, nor can you fit a UFS frame to a 165 raised heel boot.