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WTS Loaded Ceviche and Clutch Toecutter, Gloves and Helmet
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Hi guysGetting out the game and need the money so snap these up. make me an offer.Loaded cevicheParis 150O'tang Durian 86a (Max 2mm wear)$100Clutch Toecutter, Green with Hemp layerSurf Rodz 176mm,…Click here for the full story

Started this discussion. Last reply by Alex King Jul 30, 2014.

 

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Bruiser left a comment for Alex King
"You still selling that gear? friend me....."
Aug 21, 2014
Alex King replied to Alex King's discussion 'WTS Loaded Ceviche and Clutch Toecutter, Gloves and Helmet'
"All photos up now. As already said i'm open to offers"
Jul 30, 2014
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WTS Loaded Ceviche and Clutch Toecutter, Gloves and Helmet

Hi guysGetting out the game and need the money so snap these up. make me an offer.Loaded cevicheParis 150O'tang Durian 86a (Max 2mm wear)$100Clutch Toecutter, Green with Hemp layerSurf Rodz 176mm, 10mm axlesFlashbacks( well worn) and Red raceforms (2-3mm wear)$200Loaded Slide gloves$50Sixsixone Helmet$30Open to all offers. I will try and get pictures of everything up as soon as possibleSee More
Jul 30, 2014
Alex King joined Will K's group
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Noosa Hillclimb Shred society

For anyone who loves to skate the noosa hillclimb
Jan 2, 2011
Alex King might attend Millzy Makenzie's event

SCC Outlaw Hillclimb at Hillclimb

December 12, 2010 all day
Outlaw Hillclimb, we've all skated this hill an everyones been waiting on the next chance to race it and here it is.$20 entry helmets required8 man heats for points1st=1point2nd=2points...8th=8pointsTop 8 finalCash and prizes up for grab!Prizes donated from:BoardStore and Trinity DistributionsBoardShopEarly SkateboardsLuckySome of the prizes are:S*One Helmet,pair of shoes(Nike SB mids)Lucky titanium bearingsshirts...more prizes to be listed as they are confirmed...We're hoping to get a bus for…See More
Nov 15, 2010
Alex King replied to Rupert Evans's discussion 'Drop-Through Killswitch.'
"What's the point of that? CINDYS! Cindrich presision indys. That would be interesting."
Sep 30, 2010
Alex King replied to Dylan Danger Batty's discussion 'PRESS PICS!' in the group Board Builders
"has anyone done a concrete press before? if you have, what problems did you have and have you got any tips for me? i'm making a simple concave press, with about 5/8 inch."
Sep 27, 2010
Alex King might attend Aj Hare's event
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Hairpin Rippa! - Burleigh at Burleigh Hairpin (kookys Corner)

October 17, 2010 all day
OverviewA General freeride event involving mild competitions and a bit of slalomCompetitionsBest All roundLongest Standup slideLongest hands down slideShortest Time down the slalom trackEntryFREE!!!!!Optional Donation to ASRAPrizesNothing yet but trophies hopefullySee More
Sep 23, 2010
Alex King replied to Jezza's discussion 'Community Designed / Custom longboards'
"Can we get concave and rocker shots?"
Sep 22, 2010
Alex King replied to Rob Mcwhinnie's discussion 'S9 speed boards'
"Maybe there should be a law stating that boards must be sold with a wear yer helmet sticker? Or maybe a brochure given to anyone buying a board that shows where and how much a helmet and gloves would cost. We need people to see us being responsible."
Sep 21, 2010
Alex King replied to Rob Mcwhinnie's discussion 'S9 speed boards'
"its probably a good and a bad thing that billabong bought S9. bad thing is that now theres guys who cruise around giving comments like nice helmet faggot and stuff like that. good thing is billabong gave S9 the funds they needed for the development…"
Sep 21, 2010
Alex King replied to Andrew Jenkins's discussion 'Making urethane?'
"theres not a lot of info on the net or in books, so learning what you need probably means talking to an expert. i'd guess that there is a lot of trial and error trying to get the right formula. then theres getting a mold."
Sep 16, 2010
Alex King commented on Dylan Danger Batty's group 'Board Builders'
"its polyester. poly isn't as flexible and strong as epoxy and can be very brittle."
Sep 15, 2010
Alex King replied to Hank's Place Australia's discussion 'longboard downhill skatepark'
"I'd be happy support it if we got halfway to the amount needed. and if we didn't get enough money where would it go? But yes I agree with rob that we should just find a super steep hill and call it a private driveway."
Sep 11, 2010
Alex King replied to Paul Stone's discussion 'why do the pros use top-mount boards for speed?'
"Still on grip but a bit off topic. When you've got a wheel, the inside lip is giving you the most part of your grip yeah? In saying that wouldn't flipping say a sector9 race form make it grip more because the inside lip is flexing more?"
Sep 8, 2010
Alex King replied to Paul Stone's discussion 'why do the pros use top-mount boards for speed?'
"higher degrees means its harder to turn and the higher the degree the more divey they get. also i'm also pretty sure that the thinner the hanger the more responsive and grippier it is."
Sep 7, 2010

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Downhill, Ditch

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At 12:05 on August 21, 2014,
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Bruiser
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You still selling that gear? friend me.....

At 12:33 on August 23, 2010,
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Adam
said…
Get on to Josh M he is in the Buderum area.
At 16:30 on August 19, 2010, sammy T said…
Hey Alex!
Ahh the thing we do is called maroochy Mass Skate, basically its a bunch of skater (MOstly Z-Flex surfy kids) that just run around maroochydoore to all the car parks and skate them, its pretty fun but yer this it what it is http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=130390093642721
 
 
 

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