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punkboy

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Don't hate me because I am beautiful........1st Gen Pro 7's.....that's right 7's !!!!




i need a set of those beauties!

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punkboy

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i also want those damn wings as well
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so Cherry, but I say
Ride 'em

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I have a few sets of the 4 3/8 that I ride....but the 7's are just wayyyyy to hard to come by.And Nick...they are for sale if the price is right....very high and right.Plus I have the original bushings...in nice shape still,just wanted to add these NOS ones to them. 
Palydaxjones

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Ghandi, WOW as to the condition. Thanks for the educational
PMs today on 7" axle end to axle end. Did not know. My Pros are 6 inch.

Attached Phoenix and Pro GWs are 6 inch, the Splits are approx 6.5 inch...
NOTE THE GOLD GW... First Series!!
First ISSUED GW was a gold GW Split Tail with red bushings!!
Approx 1976 I believe............

I posted this pic someplace before LOL.... Enjoy UR De Jaw Vu
punkboy

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I have a few sets of the 4 3/8 that I ride....but the 7's are just wayyyyy to hard to come by.And Nick...they are for sale if the price is right....very high and right.Plus I have the original bushings...in nice shape still,just wanted to add these NOS ones to them. 


i like the for sale part but not the high price part ,lol,drop me a pm

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stoneman

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here you go some more  and the rare 7" pros with the z grooves
Palydaxjones

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Stoneman, ya show off  
Nice Gullwing collection.

As to Pro 7 inch. DID YOU MEASURE it?

I did mine and are 6 inch.
Phoenix are 6 inch and splits are approx 6.5 inch....
Per my measure skills last night..
cheers
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gullwings are the coolest ! 
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glenb

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how many generations of the gull wing phoenix hpg IV trucks were they and what were the differences in the different gens
Trident

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Two.  The first ones were near even with the decorative "rings" at the outer edges.  The second generation had a cone past the rings, for better wheel clearance on wheels with offset bearings.  You can see the two versions in the pic above, on the two sets of Phoenix trucks in the bottom of the pic.   

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 great info and great first post on here trident thanks a lot, you can't beat a bit of knowledge , do you know what dates were the first and second gen released, i'm guessing between 78-80
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hi,just finished refurbing these ,can anyone tell me their[IMGP0372_zps8e592018] age
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Palydaxjones

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Gold Split Gullwings issued sometime in later 1976 is my info.
Gold Split tail were first series and had red bushings...
See my picture attached further down the thread for a first series set.......
I would say 1977-79 issued most likely Golds with sea green bushings...

There are some differences I have seen (RARELY THOUGH) on the hanger
axles area, different molding process of Splits.
But know nothing as to the reasons, the whys, or when were issued...Just interesting feature....
David
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