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Postby Skip » 21 Mar 2011, 11:45

Chech this out all new fresh meat. http://www.skatebristolshop.co.uk/gt-50-starter-pack-scabs-upgrade-5622-p.asp This is a great starter pack at a great price. Everything you need to get rolling.

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Jet Reckless
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Postby Jet Reckless » 21 Mar 2011, 13:49

I cant find any info about the wheels on the Gt-50, has anyone had experience with them? Will I need to upgrade them..?


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Postby Devine Retribution » 21 Mar 2011, 14:50

they are twisters i think, some of the girls skate with them, they are 92ish?? and seem to be good so you shouln't have to upgrade unless you want softer wheels...



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Postby Acid Drop » 21 Mar 2011, 18:59

He's got some good deals - the 187 knee pads are as cheap as I've seen!



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Postby Liv Fast » 21 Mar 2011, 19:08

Hanah, I started on those, and they were fine! Willo is currently using them, and she reported no issues during her first use. If you want to upgrade later, or just upgrade the bearings, that's always an option, too xx



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Postby Jet Reckless » 21 Mar 2011, 19:37

Thanks everybody, that's really helpful, roll on payday... :)


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Postby Goldie Lookin Pain » 21 Mar 2011, 19:45

yeah and i paid £75 alone just for my leopard scabs knee pads, this is an awesome deal! x



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Postby tattooed-terror » 21 Mar 2011, 20:18

I'm selling a pair of Small/Medium Scab knee pads on their own, the zebra print ones for £50, they've never been worn.. but are too small for my (clearly) fat knees ;) So wanna get bigger ones!


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Postby Goldie Lookin Pain » 21 Mar 2011, 20:41

really terror? No way, you have well skinny legs! i think you must be putting them on wrong! ;)


Here is another awesome fresh meat starter pack at skate bristol = £149, bargain i say, r3's are £115 alone and if you can get all the pads and helmet for only another £34 then score!


http://www.skatebristolshop.co.uk/r3-starter-pack-93-p.as

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Postby Adele Linquent » 21 Mar 2011, 20:46

Yeah, that's weird, Terror... I have Small/Medium myself. Are you wearing them baggy or what?! (^_^)



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Postby tattooed-terror » 21 Mar 2011, 20:52

Well maybe you can gimme a hand? Saying that I'm gonna have one skinny leg once the cast is off... so maybe one of 'em will fit ;)


Terror x x



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Postby Twisterella » 21 Mar 2011, 20:52

Thanks for this link - seems a bit of a minefield this kit business - it's like you're all talking another language! I am going to get myself down to Skate Bristol for a fitting! x



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Postby Twisterella » 21 Mar 2011, 20:57

Bum - there is no address - is this only online? How do you know what the fit is like? I am so confused :-/



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Postby Lil » 21 Mar 2011, 21:12

Terror, if you decide your knee pads are too small I will happily take them off your hands (legs?)! Let me know once you're out of cast (and leg returned to normal size...)



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Postby tattooed-terror » 21 Mar 2011, 21:17

Awesome :)Lillibit Will bring them to practice so you can try them on :)


Twist, Yes it is web based. James the guy who runs it does live in Bristol, I have picked things up from his house and he might be willing to drop stuff to withywood as he lives in Brislington, if you ask him nicely ;)


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