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Shackleford

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If you haven't ridden one, I highly recommend it


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^^^ What Chris said.
I did just email Hans about a 357 I have that could use a good home though.
(I found I REALLY prefer the full nose of my GHIIs, so 357 has been chilling)


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I picked this up in Seattle today.  The guy said he picked it up from Ray Flores at the Board Gallery in Venice and had him ship it up here.  I don't know when this board came out but he was pretty sure he bought it in 2002.  
 




It came to me with Jay Adams Grind Kings on Gravity risers.  I suspect it came with some other trucks though since there does seem to be evidence of different risers maring up the deck around the outside of the current risers.  I might swap the trucks out for 169's or ???.



Bearings are Bones Swiss that I already took apart, cleaned and lubed.  They were serviceable and spin smooth.  I'll keep 'em.



BDS Dragons are in good shape.  They felt fast for being on the soft side.  I am curious to see what they feel like on the ramps at the park.  I might be up for a trade?





I think I did ok for $80.00 even with a little tail wear.



This is my first BDS and my first longboard too.  I'm pretty stoked on picking this up today.  







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BDS Longboard 38" via Bulldog Skates Fall 2002 Catalog





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Yeah you did great on that purchase. Congrats!
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Smokin' deal and the setup looks good to me.
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Such an awesome board, currently my daily rider!
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"Such an awesome board."  Yes, I have to agree.  I got a sunny dry day today so I decided to take it out for my first session on it.  I think it ruined me.  This board is so smooth to ride.  Turns nice, plenty fast and smooth.  Very nice ride indeed.  Not so easy getting good photos of it with my phone while riding it.  I was alone. This is the best I could do today.  Only had one hang up on the coping, which sent the phone flying.  Yes, Don the trucks did grind the coping a little but not to worry its a smooth metal coping.  



Excellent board.  I highly recommend you find one if you don't already have one.
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Yes, Don the trucks did grind the coping a little but not to worry its a smooth metal coping


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That's a good score and a nice set up. Keep those wheels. The lime Green Shogo's are a good wheel and great for everything.
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Here's my one, Indy 215's with Bones Rough Riders.
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Passed along the Jay Adams Grind King's in favor of some Indy 159's with Bones hard bushings.  Its now much more loose in the bowl if not a little squirrely.  So much fun.

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Now I might have to slap my Black Death Dragons on there and go extra fast?
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Here is my first BDS set up the gashead longboard !
Modded to a 18 1/4 inch wheelbase , gullwing 9.2 inch rears & 9 inch fronts with burnt orange dub cons & Swiss bones ceramics.
Rails , tailbone & vision nose grab protector. Cold & wet here in Melbourne so looking forward to tomorrow the weather should hold out & I will give it a run.
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VERY NICE SET UP.... Enjoy the ride!!!
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