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Hope it works well! By the way, Biff hit the over-vert "taco" at about the 1:00 position last night, over the top (to 9'ish), and down on the flat coping. It was flippin' cool!!!

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Thanks, Steve.


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Praise where it belongs brother! Those BULLDOG (OK, a poke at another thread...)wheels are working good huh?

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Why, yes they are. You were right. I was wrong.

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 one of my favorite


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Hi guys, I'm putting together a Bigfoot re-issue and have put Tracker 184's on it,I'd just like some advice on wheels for this set up,I'm thinking old skool and like the rear wheels to fit flush with the deck.any ideas?
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Dubcons or Dragons would work best.  You need their offset bearing seats to get the width you want.


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Dogtown Skates Bigfoot reissue, with Motobuilt trucks & 4-color Powerflex 7 wheels: 

 

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My Bigfoot rider with the wide Indy's and DT K-9 reissues...

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Looking good !!! 



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Thanks SB.It hurt cuttin those rib bones to fit but it came out good..Lookin for a new set of rib bones in green to replace in full size at 14.5"..I'll trade anything from a deck to trucks or wheels as cash is pretty tight lately..

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could someone tell me how wide the reissue is at both axles?

thanks, steve

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could someone tell me how wide the reissue is at both axles?

thanks, steve


11.25" rear

9.5" front

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ok, i like the old school look with the wheels not reaching the edge of the deck, what is the narrowest truck/wheel combo people run? i was planning on a set up that's 10 1/4" (169's/yoyo's)... but using my bulldog as a test and putting some cowskulls 1/2" from the edge, it looks like it might be way too narrow... but back when the deck came out i'd imagine sixtracks and rocks would've been a popular set up, and only 10". 

any thoughts? (i also have some dubcons i could use and get 1/2" wider but they're on another board.) otherwise 215's i guess..

thanks for the info! i appreciate it. steve

and fyi 70'sSkater...  all the lake owen ramps are gonna be moved to green bay this summer including the big vert ramp if you wanna come up this fall/winter.

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