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Re: quiver thread.....aka unnecessary set up thread....
« Reply #90 on: October 09, 2020, 11:09:30 AM »
Love the shape of those old axles. *shakes in terror, remembering stage 9 axle*


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Re: quiver thread.....aka unnecessary set up thread....
« Reply #91 on: October 09, 2020, 11:16:56 AM »
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Re: quiver thread.....aka unnecessary set up thread....
« Reply #92 on: October 22, 2020, 10:34:13 PM »

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Re: quiver thread.....aka unnecessary set up thread....
« Reply #93 on: October 23, 2020, 08:37:10 AM »
Quivers are sick, wall hangers are whatever.
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Re: quiver thread.....aka unnecessary set up thread....
« Reply #94 on: October 23, 2020, 08:47:53 AM »

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Re: quiver thread.....aka unnecessary set up thread....
« Reply #95 on: October 24, 2020, 06:22:57 PM »

Too much shit. Each one has a purpose or was an excuse to spend money on.

From left, DOA on ice from the holiday sale.

Dane, impulse buy that might get set up before the snow.

Board my kid started stickering up.

Local shop shovel board I canít get myself to toss

DOA ACG, 159, F4 101, NMBs. My reg street whip.

Polar Brady football, 139, F4 99, Hard Luck Ceramic. Wild card set up.

Prime handout, 169, F4 101 Locks, BPís. Bread and butter board.

Prime handout, 144, Clouds, Jehu bearings. The cruiser.

Not pictured is a DOA Agassi, 149, Boardy Cakes 44 104s, with some Reds. Kinda wish I would left that board wrapped. Oh well, shits nice.

That sale page is a wallet killer.

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Re: quiver thread.....aka unnecessary set up thread....
« Reply #96 on: October 24, 2020, 07:26:11 PM »


these are great! that baker t-funk looks fun.
do you match up specific trucks to deck wheelbases? looks like there's a consistent axle to axle distance within all of these, and not big drastic differences in true wheelbase.

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« Reply #97 on: October 24, 2020, 07:58:52 PM »

Too much shit. Each one has a purpose or was an excuse to spend money on.

From left, DOA on ice from the holiday sale.

Dane, impulse buy that might get set up before the snow.

Board my kid started stickering up.

Local shop shovel board I canít get myself to toss

DOA ACG, 159, F4 101, NMBs. My reg street whip.

Polar Brady football, 139, F4 99, Hard Luck Ceramic. Wild card set up.

Prime handout, 169, F4 101 Locks, BPís. Bread and butter board.

Prime handout, 144, Clouds, Jehu bearings. The cruiser.

Not pictured is a DOA Agassi, 149, Boardy Cakes 44 104s, with some Reds. Kinda wish I would left that board wrapped. Oh well, shits nice.

That sale page is a wallet killer.

nice range of goodies!

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Re: quiver thread.....aka unnecessary set up thread....
« Reply #98 on: January 08, 2021, 04:38:30 PM »


My setups

Blank 7.625
Venture hollow lo 5.0
F4 99

Polar 7.875
Venture lo cast 5.2
F4 99

Polar p9
Thunder cast 149
F4 97
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Re: quiver thread.....aka unnecessary set up thread....
« Reply #99 on: January 08, 2021, 06:08:13 PM »
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my indoor workshop happy place
(my outdoor happy place is riding these)
Top to bottom:
Cliver/Paisley wall hanger
Shelf, left to right: not sure how old Spitfires, Indy stage VII, V, I, and orig Slimeball Big Balls
Cut down Antihero cruiser, Trackers, Penny wheels
Lotti reissue, Indy VII, A1 meats
Antihero 8.6, Indy forged hollow 159, Keyframes
Welcome, Thunder team hollows, Ricta cloud 92
Barbee, Indy V, all original
Ron Allen no scratch, Indy VI, Slimeballs, all original
Toy Machine cruiser, Indy 109s, Dog Town cruiser wheels
Blank 7.75, old Venture 5.0, Mini Logo C cut 90a
Old ass Zoo York 7.5, Grind Kings, 20 yr old Spitfires.

On the floor:
Gonz reissue, Indy V, orig Cross Bones (it's sitting on top of a setup from the 70s)
Handcut polarizer, Sure Grips, Rough Riders
2 blanks, sprayed white, both with Indys and Spitfires

Off to the left:
Assortment of my OLD decks and wooden Burton snowboard (that board by the burton w/ green printing was my dads from the early 60s, metal wheels)
Also the quasi 'i survived school today', and several other wall hangers (not yet hung)
Pressure flips

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Re: quiver thread.....aka unnecessary set up thread....
« Reply #100 on: January 08, 2021, 06:47:47 PM »
But they are all so very necessary...

Every single one.

I talk too much about skateboards.  Sorry.

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Re: quiver thread.....aka unnecessary set up thread....
« Reply #101 on: January 10, 2021, 01:57:09 PM »
My quiver pales in comparison of others but I'm not sure I wanna go beyond these! Haha! Respect to the quiver collections people have curated over time: period pieces, tranny, street, experimental, etc.

8.5" Heroin Toxic Eyes [daily driver/main]
149 Indy standard hangar/baseplate with hollow kingpin
Spitfire F4 Conical Full 54mm/99
Bones Reds

8.5" shaped Calling All Skaters Skateshop (defunct) [cruiser]
149 AVE Indy standards
1/8" or 1/4" risers (can't remember which and forgot to measure)
OJ Wheels Mini Juice 60mm(I think)
Bones Reds

9.25" Chocolate Tershy Couch/Powerslide [egg-ish/slappy mess around board - fantastic for flat ground tres]
159 Indy standard hollows
Bones STF V4 Wides 55 or 54mm
Bones Reds

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Re: quiver thread.....aka unnecessary set up thread....
« Reply #102 on: January 11, 2021, 03:50:38 AM »
Ahahahahah, as most of you said, it's good to finally be able to share the quiver without feeling like a weirdo.

I have now:

3 cruisers set up, 1 for my girlfriend (which she doesn't use) a 7.75 coffee cruiser shape, a regular cruiser board with Krooked ZipZinger Wheels, and a filmer/rough terrain board with 80a Mini Logos.

1 reissue, New Deal Andrew Morrison, which ended up being too heavy/boring to be used as a main set-up but still fun to fuck around.

1 park board, ranging from 8.8 to 9,25. Currently a LovenSkate Jordan Thackeray and a few Krooked Drehobl's as backup.

1 "street" board, 8.5.
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Re: quiver thread.....aka unnecessary set up thread....
« Reply #103 on: January 11, 2021, 05:44:33 PM »
First post. Fun thread. All my stuff is old. L to R







Lib Tech 8" - my main rider
Thunder team 147, Ricta Core Brian Anderson 55mm (would like to get some Ricta Chrome Clouds for cruising), Qik Black Panther bearings, Black Magic grip, Shorty's Silverados

Creature Darren Navarrette Brue Killer Powerply 8.5" - got this board at a thrift shop for $2, use as a cruiser
Venture 7.5" axle, 2 pairs of 1/8" risers, Powell Bones Threes 64mm/85a, old Abec 7 bearings, grip? hardware?

Habitat skylite construction 7.5" - not sure where this one came from
Venture 7.5" axle, old Spitfires used to be 56mm (I think) now measure 52mm, Boss Speed Bearings, grip? hardware?

Mystery Smith(?) 7.75" - this whole complete was at a thrift shop for $3
Royal 5.0, Mystery wheels maybe(?), Element bearings, grip? hardware Mystery(?)

Consolidated 7.75" - trucks, wheels, bearings, hardware all came from a thrift shop board.
Trucks are 7.5" axle and wheels are 55mm

Brothers Boards (Denver) blank 8"
Thunder T Four 148 (old and low), Powell Baby Bones 53mm/95a (now measure to 48mm), random abec 7 bearings, grip? hardware?

Newporter - Got this board from a cousin a few decades ago. Continental trucks and some big (64mm) soft generic wheels with random old bearings


EDIT: Fixed images so they're bigger without having to click on them.
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Re: quiver thread.....aka unnecessary set up thread....
« Reply #104 on: January 11, 2021, 05:57:40 PM »


Brothers Boards (Denver) blank 8"
Thunder T Four 148 (old and low), Powell Baby Bones 53mm/95a (now measure to 48mm), random abec 7 bearings, grip? hardware?
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Stoked to see Brothersí Boards on here.  Really takes me back. Thanks for posting! 

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Re: quiver thread.....aka unnecessary set up thread....
« Reply #105 on: January 12, 2021, 02:33:39 PM »

Stoked to see Brothersí Boards on here.  Really takes me back. Thanks for posting!

Cheers! Here are a couple others (not sure about the black one on the right)


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Re: quiver thread.....aka unnecessary set up thread....
« Reply #106 on: January 12, 2021, 05:44:04 PM »
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my indoor workshop happy place
(my outdoor happy place is riding these)
Top to bottom:
Cliver/Paisley wall hanger
Shelf, left to right: not sure how old Spitfires, Indy stage VII, V, I, and orig Slimeball Big Balls
Cut down Antihero cruiser, Trackers, Penny wheels
Lotti reissue, Indy VII, A1 meats
Antihero 8.6, Indy forged hollow 159, Keyframes
Welcome, Thunder team hollows, Ricta cloud 92
Barbee, Indy V, all original
Ron Allen no scratch, Indy VI, Slimeballs, all original
Toy Machine cruiser, Indy 109s, Dog Town cruiser wheels
Blank 7.75, old Venture 5.0, Mini Logo C cut 90a
Old ass Zoo York 7.5, Grind Kings, 20 yr old Spitfires.

On the floor:
Gonz reissue, Indy V, orig Cross Bones (it's sitting on top of a setup from the 70s)
Handcut polarizer, Sure Grips, Rough Riders
2 blanks, sprayed white, both with Indys and Spitfires

Off to the left:
Assortment of my OLD decks and wooden Burton snowboard (that board by the burton w/ green printing was my dads from the early 60s, metal wheels)
Also the quasi 'i survived school today', and several other wall hangers (not yet hung)
[close]
Pressure flips
so much pleasure in one place. How do you decide?
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Re: quiver thread.....aka unnecessary set up thread....
« Reply #107 on: January 12, 2021, 07:23:08 PM »
Love the shape of those old axles. *shakes in terror, remembering stage 9 axle*

and the baseplate

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Re: quiver thread.....aka unnecessary set up thread....
« Reply #108 on: January 12, 2021, 07:25:28 PM »

Yeah thereís a purpose for each one....
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Re: quiver thread.....aka unnecessary set up thread....
« Reply #109 on: January 12, 2021, 08:09:09 PM »

Yeah there’s a purpose for each one....

This one is for tre flips, this one is my ledge game, this one is for bowls, this one for hillbombs, this for when hungover (its heavy so I don't do flip tricks), this one is for slappies, this one, is JUST like that one but with softer wheels for crust vs park, this is shit I bought that I hate and will never skate again but don't know what to do with it, and this one, this one is because I wanted to fucking build it!

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Re: quiver thread.....aka unnecessary set up thread....
« Reply #110 on: January 12, 2021, 09:48:39 PM »
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Yeah thereís a purpose for each one....
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This one is for tre flips, this one is my ledge game, this one is for bowls, this one for hillbombs, this for when hungover (its heavy so I don't do flip tricks), this one is for slappies, this one, is JUST like that one but with softer wheels for crust vs park, this is shit I bought that I hate and will never skate again but don't know what to do with it, and this one, this one is because I wanted to fucking build it!

Exactly, the one's with 54mm and under are for various street skating tech wizardry tight trucks or ledge game the one on top is my cruiser and the rest of them are for bowl riding or parks.

I'm meticulous about surfaces and some places I like to skate, for example smooth plazas I skate with a 98d or soft wheel  or a park with a F-4.

I've never had this before and I'm grateful for it so by the time they're beat I either give them away or something similar.
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Re: quiver thread.....aka unnecessary set up thread....
« Reply #111 on: January 12, 2021, 10:44:38 PM »
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my indoor workshop happy place
(my outdoor happy place is riding these)
Top to bottom:
Cliver/Paisley wall hanger
Shelf, left to right: not sure how old Spitfires, Indy stage VII, V, I, and orig Slimeball Big Balls
Cut down Antihero cruiser, Trackers, Penny wheels
Lotti reissue, Indy VII, A1 meats
Antihero 8.6, Indy forged hollow 159, Keyframes
Welcome, Thunder team hollows, Ricta cloud 92
Barbee, Indy V, all original
Ron Allen no scratch, Indy VI, Slimeballs, all original
Toy Machine cruiser, Indy 109s, Dog Town cruiser wheels
Blank 7.75, old Venture 5.0, Mini Logo C cut 90a
Old ass Zoo York 7.5, Grind Kings, 20 yr old Spitfires.

On the floor:
Gonz reissue, Indy V, orig Cross Bones (it's sitting on top of a setup from the 70s)
Handcut polarizer, Sure Grips, Rough Riders
2 blanks, sprayed white, both with Indys and Spitfires

Off to the left:
Assortment of my OLD decks and wooden Burton snowboard (that board by the burton w/ green printing was my dads from the early 60s, metal wheels)
Also the quasi 'i survived school today', and several other wall hangers (not yet hung)
[close]
Pressure flips
[close]
so much pleasure in one place. How do you decide?

appreciate the shout outs everyone!
the lower part or the rack is old orig stuff that i've held on to. don't really take them out.
rolled that ron allen on the streets of savannah when i went to scad, lots of night sessions. the barbee i had in high school. just nice physical parts of the memories from those times.
the others are different strokes for various moods. the antihero is a fat slappy board. the lotti reissue takes me back to those early 90's days, low and flippy. i'll take out the gonz re-issue every once is a while, it makes me wonder how i was able to do stuff on that shape and weight as a lanky teen. but then i see chico STILL killing it on these shapes.

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Re: quiver thread.....aka unnecessary set up thread....
« Reply #112 on: January 12, 2021, 10:54:46 PM »
First post. Fun thread. All my stuff is old. L to R



Lib Tech 8" - my main rider
Thunder team 147, Ricta Core Brian Anderson 55mm (would like to get some Ricta Chrome Clouds for cruising), Qik Black Panther bearings, Black Magic grip, Shorty's Silverados

Creature Darren Navarrette Brue Killer Powerply 8.5" - got this board at a thrift shop for $2, use as a cruiser
Venture 7.5" axle, 2 pairs of 1/8" risers, Powell Bones Threes 64mm/85a, old Abec 7 bearings, grip? hardware?

Habitat skylite construction 7.5" - not sure where this one came from
Venture 7.5" axle, old Spitfires used to be 56mm (I think) now measure 52mm, Boss Speed Bearings, grip? hardware?

Mystery Smith(?) 7.75" - this whole complete was at a thrift shop for $3
Royal 5.0, Mystery wheels maybe(?), Element bearings, grip? hardware Mystery(?)

Consolidated 7.75" - trucks, wheels, bearings, hardware all came from a thrift shop board.
Trucks are 7.5" axle and wheels are 55mm

Brothers Boards (Denver) blank 8"
Thunder T Four 148 (old and low), Powell Baby Bones 53mm/95a (now measure to 48mm), random abec 7 bearings, grip? hardware?

Newporter - Got this board from a cousin a few decades ago. Continental trucks and some big (64mm) soft generic wheels with random old bearings


EDIT: Fixed images so they're bigger without having to click on them.

Nice first post!
That creature board seems like you could take it off road thru some trails.
The brother's board looks fun with the low trucks/small wheels!

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Re: quiver thread.....aka unnecessary set up thread....
« Reply #113 on: January 13, 2021, 10:45:58 AM »

Nice first post!
That creature board seems like you could take it off road thru some trails.
The brother's board looks fun with the low trucks/small wheels!

Thanks! I haven't tried trails with the Creature/huge Powell wheels setup but I think it would work ok if I ever did. It's a great cruiser. The low brothers setup is definitely different from the Creature. Brings me back to the 90's. 

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Re: quiver thread.....aka unnecessary set up thread....
« Reply #114 on: January 18, 2021, 08:20:25 PM »

Current set-ups:
Left to right...

MR&R Zine (RIP) "blunt popsicle" deck of unknown derivation (8.5"/14.25")
Indy 149 Stage XI (USA made)
Bones SPF 56mm

Clutch Z4 shape (8.5"/14.5")
Thunder 149 Team Edition
Spitfire F4 Conical 54mm

Welcome Nibiru shape (8.75"/14.75")
Thunder 151 Team Edition
Bones SPF 56mm

Random (RPM maybe?) old school 80's/fish shape (?"/?") with hand drawn Hosoi graphic by Mark Gonzales
Indy 166 Stage VII
Spitfire "Charred Remains" (Radial Shape?) 58.5mm

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Re: quiver thread.....aka unnecessary set up thread....
« Reply #115 on: January 30, 2021, 03:51:57 PM »


I had to go digging around the garage.  Most of these haven't been skated in quite a while.  1992 is the most recent and I'm loving it. Welcome Enenra is the next newest and it's a good all around setup.  Lib Tech is an amazing pool board.


Top Row:

Welcome Nimbus 3000 8.5
Mini Logo 8.38
54mm NFG 95a

Mini Logo 8.0 deck and trucks
51mm STF V2

8" shop deck by South Central
Royal 8" garbage that need to be tossed
52mm F4 99a Classic

8.3" Ishod Twin Tail
Indy Stage 7 146 with inverted kingpins
55mm Mini Logo 101a

8.38" Santa Cruz
Indy Stage 10 149s that don't fucking turn
53mm STF V5

2nd row
Welcome Enenra 8.5"
Indy Ti 149s
52mm STF 99a v5

8.5" shop deck
Indy 146 stage 6
60mm Bones ATF 80a

8.5" Mini Logo
Thunder 149 Ti
54mm F4 99a Conical

9.25" Polar 1992
Indy 159 hollow forged
54mm F4 101a conical

9.25" Lib Tech Jaime Lynn Rat Tail
Ace 66
58mm OJ Danforth 99a for winter (but usually 56mm SPF)



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Re: quiver thread.....aka unnecessary set up thread....
« Reply #116 on: February 06, 2021, 10:04:08 AM »


I had to go digging around the garage.  Most of these haven't been skated in quite a while.  1992 is the most recent and I'm loving it. Welcome Enenra is the next newest and it's a good all around setup.  Lib Tech is an amazing pool board.


Top Row:

Welcome Nimbus 3000 8.5
Mini Logo 8.38
54mm NFG 95a

Mini Logo 8.0 deck and trucks
51mm STF V2

8" shop deck by South Central
Royal 8" garbage that need to be tossed
52mm F4 99a Classic

8.3" Ishod Twin Tail
Indy Stage 7 146 with inverted kingpins
55mm Mini Logo 101a

8.38" Santa Cruz
Indy Stage 10 149s that don't fucking turn
53mm STF V5

2nd row
Welcome Enenra 8.5"
Indy Ti 149s
52mm STF 99a v5

8.5" shop deck
Indy 146 stage 6
60mm Bones ATF 80a

8.5" Mini Logo
Thunder 149 Ti
54mm F4 99a Conical

9.25" Polar 1992
Indy 159 hollow forged
54mm F4 101a conical

9.25" Lib Tech Jaime Lynn Rat Tail
Ace 66
58mm OJ Danforth 99a for winter (but usually 56mm SPF)
That Lib Tech Jamie Lynn really does it for me.

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Re: quiver thread.....aka unnecessary set up thread....
« Reply #117 on: February 06, 2021, 12:24:59 PM »
That Lib Tech Jamie Lynn really does it for me.

It is a great shape, and uses their cockroach construction.  It is stiff and lighter than the 8" south central deck.  I re-drilled it from a 15" wheelbase back to a 14.62".  I usually have it set up with 56mm SPF and it is my go-to in fast parks with transition. Probably my favorite setup for what I usually skate.

I didn't see any Lib Tech skateboards anywhere in 2020.  I don't know if they are going to make them in 2021 either.  If so, I'll want to grab another.

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« Reply #118 on: February 06, 2021, 04:28:44 PM »
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That Lib Tech Jamie Lynn really does it for me.
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It is a great shape, and uses their cockroach construction.  It is stiff and lighter than the 8" south central deck.  I re-drilled it from a 15" wheelbase back to a 14.62".  I usually have it set up with 56mm SPF and it is my go-to in fast parks with transition. Probably my favorite setup for what I usually skate.

I didn't see any Lib Tech skateboards anywhere in 2020.  I don't know if they are going to make them in 2021 either.  If so, I'll want to grab another.
Man that sounds perfect. I love bigger light boards, I just got a couple 8.8 vx decks and it's great to have the foot space but not be weighed down. Along with the way they stay rigid and keep the original shape. I kind of miss riding spfs, I had to switch due to versatility issues but nothing hauls ass in smooth parks like them. Have you posted a too view of the Jamie Lynn?

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Re: quiver thread.....aka unnecessary set up thread....
« Reply #119 on: February 06, 2021, 09:42:38 PM »
Have you posted a too view of the Jamie Lynn?

Hot rod heaven with the 66s.