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OldKook

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My previous posts were getting a bit OT, so I'm starting a new threead:

Has anyone tried Gullwing Cruisers on a pool/park board?

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Hmmmm..... guess i'm going to be the first then, huh??


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"Test Pilot Old Kook reporting for duty, again, Sir!", he said as he strapped on the Gullwing Cruisers & proceeded to launch himself into the unknown.  Will he survive?  Will he be heard from again?  Stay tuned......




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Test Pilot Old Kook...

Go get 'em Frank!!
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theres another company that makes randal style trucks but the name escapes me at the moment they are pretty cool tho.  they look pretty well suited for parkriding too (hold on while i check my favorites)
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LOL. Yes, I will be reaching for my credit card tomorrow (maybe later today), as I fearlessly throw down the cash at latterdayskates.com, for a set of Gulls and a set of Webbs.

For my next feat, I shall attempt to shape not one, but TWO new decks from uncut, undrilled blanks.

Once the new trucks are mounted to my new, experimental planks (and they WILL resemble planks, I'm sure), I will hurl myself into the unknown, untested handling characterisitcs and strange g-forces generated by the new machines.

Should I survive this perilous journey, I shall faithfully report back.

Test pilot Kook, over and out.

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here they are they're called crail speed trucks made by some brazian company
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look alot beefier and the baselates look better suited for slides

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Thanks, holikujak! I found 'em here:

http://www.crail.com.br/main_en.html

They do look nice. Good constuction and parts. Only things are:

1. They apperently only make this model for downhill applications, so they're probably not very turny.

2. I have no idea where I could buy them, even if I did want them.


I'm gonna try the Gulls, just have to call them to find out which model is comparable to Randals.

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randals are 45 degrees so id say the 30's although if your looking for quick turning go with the 60's

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