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I have to say this is one of the few SKATE RELATED POSTS on this whole forum today.

WHATS UP PEOPLE????

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Hot dam ... thanks!!
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Indy 151 FW (Stage I or II) truck restoration
Has a solid bottom baseplate, not sure if Stage I or II
BEFORE:

AFTER: with NOS Clouds bushing



Lots of WD-40 and rubbing with a towel followed by a wire brush.

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Independent Suspension original sticker. Ermico / NHS had already printed these stickers before deciding to drop the "Suspension" from name. This one is stuck on bottom of a Flying Aces reissue deck along with NOS Flying Aces and Wings Wheels stickers.



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Stage 1.

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I'm guessing these are Stage II or III's, based on the information I've read here. They are 169 in width. I obviously made a few updates, but I believe this pair came with a flat upper bushing cover & barrel bushings top & bottom.

PS This things turn like no other mother...


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PS This things turn like no other mother...


Ha, they'll do that sometimes!

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I'm guessing these are Stage II orĀ III's, based on the information I've read here. .



Believe Stage 3

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Stage Deux - 151's I believe

Kingpins look to long and will be changed, and I need bushes. I may cut down some Bennett bushes to make them fit.





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Tony you believe right! Nice Stage 2s. Pristine condition. Add those Bennett bushings & your golden.
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Hey Tony My Man! The new Bennett Bushing great on Indys & use flat washer! My washer too small! It's a bitch to cut them in half. I'm now the cutting master with my Ginsu Blade! Be careful! The results are sweet ... at least work while ya try to find OG! Definitely like the non-connical bushings!



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Thanks for the update joe, I have been wondering what cutting the Bennett bushes was going to take, I reckoned it wasn't going to be an easy job.

Does anyone know what the correct height of the bottom bush should be?

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Tony .. best way to cut is take a carpet knife & cut slightly into the bushing 360 degrees around it's circumference on a cutting board. I actually held the rubber with pliers while I cut so not to cut my fingers. Once I did the slight cut ... cut deeper into one area & worked my way around. Once most cut, just got some heavy duty scissors & cut thru to finish it off. I used a file to smooth the cuts & rough ends. Gonna hit the rack now ... I'll measure the size of an Indy top & bottom bushing tomorrow. Good luck! Really works well! Watch your fingers ... the Bennett material very durable!!! I was super suprised!!!
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Where are my magnesium / titanium indys.

Four times the price? Who cares, I can only ride two at a time.

Unoabtainium

My magnesium trackers were lite but didn't really turn, and my titanium grind kings are lost in Florida.

Will Ron install titanium axles and kingpins ?

Please.....(I already cut the corners off my indys)\

Anybody got a set of ACS lite IIs

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What stage was the dual drill, new and old hole pattern on the same trucks started? And when did they drop the old drill completely?


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