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    Default Hardwares for Paris trucks

    Hi. I just got Landyachtz Drop Speed and Paris trucks 180mm 6-hole pattern( the newest one). Though, the truck did not come with its hardware so it's hard for me to find the right size for hardwares (nuts and bolt). Which brand will fit this?


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    Default Re: Hardwares for Paris trucks

    Quote Originally Posted by qkrzazzang View Post
    Hi. I just got Landyachtz Drop Speed and Paris trucks 180mm 6-hole pattern( the newest one). Though, the truck did not come with its hardware so it's hard for me to find the right size for hardwares (nuts and bolt). Which brand will fit this?
    It's not going to be the brand that matters so much it will be the style and size you need to be concerned with.

    A 1.25" long hardware will be fine since your just going to use a thin shock riser if not any riser at all. Look for a pan-head, truss-head or button-head style hardware, flat top hardware is not recommended for drop-thru applications.
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    Default Re: Hardwares for Paris trucks

    It needs to be 10-32 hardware. Don't worry about what it means; just write it down and tell the guy at the hardware store. Be careful that the nuts match the screws.
    If you can't hit bottom, wear the sides out.

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    just go to a skate shop and ask for some hardware.

    or to a hardware store. you just need to know what you need.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DHBM View Post
    just go to a skate shop and ask for some hardware.
    Good luck finding anything but flat-head screws there unless it's a longboard-specific shop.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Guy View Post
    Good luck finding anything but flat-head screws there unless it's a longboard-specific shop.
    are you stupid?

    i've been to so many skate shops with philips and flathead alike. even bump bolts and lock nuts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DHBM View Post
    are you stupid?
    No, I'm not. Are you a rude child? I'm only speaking from my experience, and I find it easier to find appropriate hardware at hardware stores.
    If you can't hit bottom, wear the sides out.

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    Default Re: Hardwares for Paris trucks

    Just go to the hardware store...way cheaper than a skate shop and more variety. Like someone else said, look for 10/32 screws, preferably button head.
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    Default Re: Hardwares for Paris trucks

    Hey guys.

    I know this is resurrecting a way old thread but it seemed like the logical place to post this question still.

    I just received a new deck and it wasn't assembled. I got a set of paris trucks with it (six hole type and my board is pre drilled with 6) but only 8 screws and nuts.

    I have it mounted at the moment using the 4 furthest corners on each truck. I checked on line and i have seen it done this way.

    Is this ok?
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    Default Re: Hardwares for Paris trucks

    Quote Originally Posted by BraboChoke View Post
    Hey guys.

    I know this is resurrecting a way old thread but it seemed like the logical place to post this question still.

    I just received a new deck and it wasn't assembled. I got a set of paris trucks with it (six hole type and my board is pre drilled with 6) but only 8 screws and nuts.

    I have it mounted at the moment using the 4 furthest corners on each truck. I checked on line and i have seen it done this way.

    Is this ok?
    Yes you did it right, the extra set of holes are just there in case the deck you're using is limited to new school (the closer hole pattern) so you won't have any trouble.

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    Default Re: Hardwares for Paris trucks

    Sweet.

    Thanks man
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