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bobbafett

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A few old OG boxes for the 5-plys and Fibrelite decks. They were stapled 8 decks in one box.
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Hi David.
These are new ones.

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That is amazing... You found another set of boxes with
Vintage Decks!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I have 3 or 4 of the previous find!!

TELL THE STORY.... Incredible interest abounds for your tale !!

I GOTS TO KNOW...
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It´s from the same guy I bought the other Sc decks from. But he found these in he´s old office space. Lucky ME

I will sort out witch colorways that I have. Then I will get back to you.

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Some new Santa Cruz deck I just got.



those G&S are NOT sc decks

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The Natas is really an SMA Board....




Wes



please feel free to delete my post if its posted in error

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The original in 84 or 85 was an SMA then Natas just did the reissue with Santa Cruz...



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I need some info on Santa Cruz OJ wheels, the 65mm Super Juice to be exact. Any idea what duro they are? Were they a slalom wheel or just a cruiser wheel or ment for parkriding? Reason I ask is that I just shot me a nice OG set of above mentioned wheels and I'm not sure if they'd be set up era correct either better on a Santa Cruz 5-ply or a Santa Cruz Fibreglass (got that one from bobbafett's treasure chest). And which trucks would do the job? Trackers (my fave) or Bennetts or Rebounds (if I'd just get my hands on some)? Thanks, Steven
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Bobbafelt ... my fave yet are those OG SC Boxes!!  Glad I kept all my OG BDS Boxes.  Need to have Daddio or dave do an article on box restoration!  

knockknock:  believe the Super Juice were for park riding.  Also think Bennetts for trucks.  At least that's what I rode on mine.  Good luck!  

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knockknock - these OJ's were in my August 1977 Skateboarder Magazine ad. The "Superjuice" were the wheels, according to the ad, that Mike Goldman used to win the stand-up at signal hill that year. I had a set in 1977 on a Fibreflex with Bennett Hijackers, as I recall they always seemed kinda slow to me? Who knew?

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Knockknock, they def could be used for either! Any of those setups sound great! I do think that the smaller OJ's, I think 55mm were refered to as the slalom wheels!? RoadRiders, OJ's and ParkRiders were all Santa Cruz wheels, right?
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haha!!  Yeah back in those days I didn't define park vs street.  I was too concerned with comfortable ride & some of the parks had really shitty surfaces.  Plus some of the pools were so slick that slow grippy wheels were ok.  Now days much easier to classify park, downhill vs slalom, street, etc.  Give me back my OG green sims snakes so I can ride every type of terrain!


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Thanks for all the info, you guys! I think I'll use the wheels for the SC fibreglass setup and will watch out for Park Riders for the 5-ply...

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joepa - you are so right, in 1978 we skated a ratio of about 95% street and and 5% park. My green Sims Snakes (pre conical) were fast on everything!!
Some sort of magic thane
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hotwheels.  So dam true.  Back then ya had to be very versatile.  We would use the term "Skate-able" every time we saw a smooth surface or incline.  Gotta say Sims snakes green were my all time fave & they are usually not too pricey on egay.  Still have my first set of Sims Snake non cons.   
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hotwheels.  So dam true.  Back then ya had to be very versatile.  We would use the term "Skate-able" every time we saw a smooth surface or incline.  Gotta say Sims snakes green were my all time fave & they are usually not too pricey on egay.  Still have my first set of Sims Snake non cons.   

I still use the term "Skate-able" all the time... 
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