Is there anything like this?


I drew this:


i dunno but IMO it needs a c size


Like a yyf monster?

(UmeNagisa) #4

Quite personally, I’d hate to disagree with you.
But I do. With Smaller lighter yoyos, smaller bearings add more stability.
If it was more on the 67 and over side.
Id probably advise against it.

I love me some mid to oversize light yoyos.
I Want to make one With a D Bearing.
Hopefully it doesn’t end up rubbish haha!


Reminds me of a Ten YoYo Wet Whistle.


Its not ULTRA wide people XP

(UmeNagisa) #7

The way it’s drawn it looks like a 50mm width man! haha!


its really wide but not a monster :stuck_out_tongue:


That’s exactly what I was thinking.


You might want to consider the Square Wheels Rex when it finally releases. First Square Wheels changed my views on H-shapes and now they have changed my opinion on small bearing yoyos. The Rex has a D bearing that plays like a C but with more spin, power and you can bind with less effort. No snags, not grabby, just fantastic play.

(UmeNagisa) #11

Exactly my point!
And they’re amazing.
I simply adore the Royale!
I’ve been waiting on the Rex :slight_smile:

(WildCat23) #12

Can’t use snow tires with a d bearing.

(UmeNagisa) #13

Actually, it is possible.
Snow tires are smaller than friction stickers,
yet Duncan uses them for A bearings.
You just gotta have a bit of a wall to put the slightly thicker pad :slight_smile:


C! I thought about this…


I don’t think it would be a good idea unless CLYW comes up with D-sized snow tires, which is unlikely.

Just go with a silicone-friendly response recess. See about using the D-Pads Square Wheels uses in their REX

(UmeNagisa) #16

I Think Hat pads would be my go to if i were to design a D bearing yoyo.
Or just make a Silicone groove


I give ya permission to make my yoyo if u want :slight_smile:


Think about diameter


Width= 48


I know it’s just a sketch, but in the dimensions of the sketch, there’s no way the width is 48 if the diameter is 52. That’s an ultra-wide yoyo in the sketch.