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TonyB

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Registered: 07/19/04
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Just wondering what you have next for us?

I remember a post that mentioned the Dressen, the Downhill deck and there was another longboard with DT art.
briantouchton

Registered: 11/20/09
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Just wondering what you have next for us?

I remember a post that mentioned the Dressen, the Downhill deck and there was another longboard with DT art.

How about the TonyB model. Shaped like a skull.

300hpdavid

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The Jim Muir deck............
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QUAD 11/PLANK.


ZombieChristoph

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an Alaia...

HBO

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A cut down Quad 12

33" with a 16.5 -  17 wb.
uldis

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A cut down Q-12?

That's a Q-11! or you mean wheelbase?

Why not have an old school deck but with new school severe concave. You know, steep nose & concave but a pig's shape.

Ah, 18" w.b. please?

HBO

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Wheel base and shorter deck. keeping the width.

Love the idea of old school deck with concave...hey a BFIII
 

70sSkater

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Registered: 11/30/04
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Wheel base and shorter deck. keeping the width.

Love the idea of old school deck with concave...hey a BFIII
 

Yes!  BFIII with deep concave and 17" wheelbase. 

TejasBoneDog

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Registered: 11/09/09
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man, I could see a shorter version of the outlaw deck-I love the way that deck rides, W concave and all. maybe instead of 35.7" long, 33-34"-but then again it wouldn't be a 357 would it?
keithdp

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YES!
That deck is a perfect proportion & good shape.
Nice call chris!
........................K

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MillCity

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Registered: 05/06/08
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How about a deep concave 16.5 wb for

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The Jim Muir deck............

with the following shape...

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YES!
That deck is a perfect proportion & good shape.
Nice call chris!
........................K

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bellyfulls

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Registered: 08/16/09
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16.5"-17" between the trucks with a hot honey on my wood please! 



bellyfulls

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16" is good too

TOTP MOFO!!!!!!!!

HAHAHAHAAAAA Edit...........BOTP MOFO!!!  HAHahahaha
bellyfulls

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and with a shorter wheelbase comes, possibly, a shorter deck meaning you can fit more on the wall per m2 for those not riding it.  Everyone is happy!  Yeah dawg!!!!!

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