well i have the atom jukes which are the same size in height and width (59x38) i have 88's and 93's. the idea behind the trak atak i believe was they were created for people who like the jukes but need a bit more grip round the corners. so the trak atak have a slight lip for this. Your welcome to try my jukes, they are a little worn so wont be as grippy as new.
I personally loved them but found i did slide out round the corners a little (however, i think looking back this was actually my foot sliding in my old boots cos they were way too wide for my feet) but at the time i thought it was my wheels so i kept getting different wheels to try and solve the problem which it never did due to it was my boots! - now solved with my correctly fitting 195's)
Anyway your both welcome to try my jukes, I have already promised Del 1st so baity you can try them after?
Also i've just switched to the reckless evaders. They are made by Grn Mnster (Antiks, Heartless wheels, Gumball toe stops) and they are amazing and by far the best wheel for me. They are basically built the same as trak ataks in that they are the small wheel 59x38 but have the slight lip. i have all 88's because we have been playing on really slippy floors recently, but when i have some cash i'm gonna get a set of 93's or 95's for slower floors. however even though grippy they do wicked slides for stops. not the biting juddery thing that happens with some grippy wheels. They are also really, really light.
Some of us have experienced problems with the atom wheels chunking off at the edges. reckless are not meant to do this so last longer as made of different urethane. http://www.skateattack.co.uk/reckless-w ... -2128.html
Again your both welcome to try these too. (i also have stingers 88a and G Rod 2's 93a if anyone is interest in trying.
Hope this helps (from someone who has gone through a shed load of wheels!