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Pair of Aces.
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Maherajahs.
The kicktail was bought new by a Jr. High buddy of mine, sold to another buddy who put it in his dad's rafters, then turned it over to me about 6-7 years ago.
The rocker I picked up on eBay.
Both restored by my father as he would his '59 Chris Craft.




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Oh yeah, diggin' those Mahas! Here's my x2 alongside a cousin, plus a bonus x2 of Taperkicks, OG and repro. Maha complete is setup similar to yours but with Phoenixs and some caramel Tunnel Rocks.

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And two more !!' In the picture on the top right !!!!
SantaMonicaDog

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Hey Dan, +1 on your x2! Scrolling your photos is pure entertainment. Where's the tip jar....
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Super rare Flight pigs!!! and UFO Saucers Too!!!
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Back to this and more Fibreflex's!

These are my long and short Full Cutaways. The shorter one is NOS and now set up, before it goes out the door with early fully threaded axle tracker full tracks, NOS rad pads and Red Kryptonic 70's with NOS gold German bearings. The longer one Has Stroker trucks, check out those risers! Hahaha, and Alligator, Super Gators! What a crazy deck!!!





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27" Fibreflex Kicktails-
Orange/red with Lazers and RR4s
Brown/blue with ACS 651s and YoYos
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Rckser, those flights are amazing!!!
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A couple early  G&S Fiberglass decks! So nice! The yellow 27" has first series 3 hole Bennetts and Road Rider 2's so barely used you can still see the price tag sticker residue on the front right wheel! And check the cool Pro/Am Skateboard Racing Association sticker on the tail! The blue 24" has Chicago trucks and loose ball bearing RSI Stoker wheels.











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Used to ride Stokers & X calibers on my homemade hobie looking wood deck!!! :----) 1974-76-ish...
Nice G&S firberglass decks!!!!!!!!
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Wow, love those old G&S decks.  Very nice!
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Nice G&S set ups Blake.And those Flite completes look killer Dan.
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Bumps!!!!


Here's some NOS Tunnel goodness!!!

All NOS parts too!

Lazer slalom trucks and Tunnel 5 wheels with Lazer risers!

Lazer Freestyle trucks with Tunnel Rock wheels more Lazer risers!









Funny story on the Tunnel Slalom deck! I picked it up from Eggman at the Skater trader at Skatelab 2006. First time meeting Jeff. Then I traced a Tunnel grip job off a guys deck that I made the grip for it using 3M rubber grip like on FF decks. That guy was Mike, SDO! First time meeting him also!
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Now into some Logan Slalom wood!

Smaller deck is all NOS with Gullwing Phoenix trucks and Cadillac Cruiser wheels.

The longer deck has very early Tracker oval logo Full Tracks and absolutely HUGE!!!! RSI SURGE wheels. They must have been made for the Signal Hill downhill races! They are at least 80mm of solid urethane. I put a NOS RSI Stoker wheel next to it for comparison.












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