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Got this from update from Jim.

"The decks will finish laminating this week and will be in the screen shop Monday of next week"...



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Nice! So what was the earlier mold?
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To Rad PP sent [wink]
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What are the final dimensions and wheelbase for this mold Wes? Thanks.
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Wes - please ask them to check the placement of the rear wheel wells, they look to far forward on the blank prototype they sent you.
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Tony's right. They look displaced compared to the wheel wells of the Shogo Bomb...
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Yea I know & I've said it before "there done with a different tool on the CNC it has a wider blade & cut's a softer edge of the wheel well, that's just the way it is...  The 2 boards are at least 10 year's apart & different board makers but the ww's are in the same place!







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You can see from that picture that they aren't going to work with the drilling for the truck as you have placed it.. If the truck has moved then the wheel wells have to move to accommodate it. Whilst they may have tried to recreate the original deck the different mold and the different distance of the drilling make the current wheel well position wrong and the wheels will hit the deck behind the end of the rear part of the wheel well.
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[pSKyHjg]looks good..to me!!
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Been six years since I got bombed,PP sent
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Tony Ya really need to move away from the Bong!






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Too funny, Wes. Anyway, thanks for the comparison pics. Looks good enough to me...
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Wes, you picked the contact point perfectly. So as we seem to agree on that and that' s where you would want to have the most clearance surely that point should be at the deepest part of the wheel well and as it stands the other 1"+ forward of that is therefore nothing more than decoration and that's not the point of them being there.
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