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oldschool90291

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For Sale:

Independent 169 forged Titanium stage 10.5  New school truck pattern. Almost new, I had mounted on deck, sold the deck, no grinds, pretty much brand new. I forgot what aftermarket bushing I had switched to or added. $69.00 shipped in con USA.  SOLD
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Powell Peralta 'Dragon" ? wheels 56mm 90a, white ,new never used. $17.00 shipped in con usa . SOLD

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Bones wheels Tony Hawk SPF 58mm 84b Mini Cube RED , Brand new in pack $24.00 shipped in con USA. SOLD


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Chocolate skateboard ‘city’ series artist Evan Hecox, new still in shrink with stickers. Complete set Kenny Anderson, Devine Calloway, Marc Johnson, Gino Ianucci, Anthony Pappalardo. $665 plus around $85 shipped in con USA. obo

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Indy 169 Ti - SOLD
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Sorry for being a luddite - what duro is 84b?
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sorry I didn't know that either but I just looked on the skateone site.  84b = 104a .  They have a huge reasoning for this new hardness scale on the site.
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‘A’ scale only goes up to 100a, they are saying these are bloody hard.
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sorry I didn't know that either but I just looked on the skateone site.  84b = 104a .  They have a huge reasoning for this new hardness scale on the site.


Thx all. I am now enlightened. Wonder if marbles would be more appropriate?
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