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    Default Boardslide roller mod

    Works pretty good, I was able to manual to boardslide a parking block sized rail first try.

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    Or you could just go fast at it or wax it...this is ridiculous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brandon View Post
    Or you could just go fast at it or wax it...this is ridiculous.
    Ridiculous is an understatement lol. For real though, that shit is like cheating. You know boardslides aren't that hard to learn without those roller mod you put on. Also, why not make an account here instead of posting as a guest?
    being chinese is my business and business be fkn crackin yo

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    it's going to be nice to boardslide any unwaxed ledge once the weather warms up though. manual in too.

    as for the account question, i made one, apparently it got deleted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rusty_Berrings View Post

    as for the account question, i made one, apparently it got deleted.


    There's an active account that matches your user name.

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    Try to log in as this then use the forgot password if needed. Sent Pathek4 a private message if that doesn't restore your access to it. He's the only active admin that can fix password issues on the back end.

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    I think we solved all the account problems. Here's an update video on the roller rails:

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    Pffft!


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    Quote Originally Posted by NoSwitch View Post
    Pffft!


    being chinese is my business and business be fkn crackin yo

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    So i got it working on unwaxed cement. Super stoked. It's the third trick in this video:

    I was also able to do non caveman (ollie) boardslides on the same block that's in the video. really stoked to guess to use it on curbs today, tomorrow, and/or the next day.


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    You are kinda nuts dude, but I'm cool with folks trying oddball ideas just to try them. That said, old school nylon plastic rails will give you almost as much glide across a grind as that thing will but are much lighter. Keep it coming though. There may be other applications.

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    i didn't find that with plastic rails and slick decks but that might just be me. thank you for looking.

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