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    Default Comet shred set ups

    I want to get a double kick and i was looking at the comet shred boards. I think im going to get the 35 but was wondering if i should get indy 215s or 169s? I rock a pretty wide stance on my regular board so will the 35 feel to small? My friend has a rayne phantom and it feels a bit big for park but a nice freeride size. Any opinions are greatly appreciated. Lets see some set up pics to.


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    Default Comet shred set ups

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    I just got a 35 on Friday. My set up is indy 169's with a divine barrel and a venom short cone. In the pic I'm running superballs but I switched them out for some 63mm ish flashbacks. The sides set wheels poke out a little from the deck

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    Foot space-wise It's got a decent platform. I have a 25" ish stance.
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    Default Re: Comet shred set ups

    Nice set up im thinking i would do something like that

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    Default Re: Comet shred set ups

    Ive got a 35 with 9 inch cals and worn muirskate wheels. Stock bushings really loose its a sick setup

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    Default Re: Comet shred set ups

    I've just got my Shred 35 Tanacci with indys 69 and softish wheels (Arbor Bogarts 61mm 82a)

    Took it to the park yesterday for the first time and I think we're going to be good friends. A touch bigger/heavier than what Im used to but I'm enjoying the stability. Worked on ollie-ing it today, not quite there yet but it's not going to take me long I reckon.


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    Default Re: Comet shred set ups

    Quote Originally Posted by sebastien View Post
    I've just got my Shred 35 Tanacci with indys 69 and softish wheels (Arbor Bogarts 61mm 82a)

    Took it to the park yesterday for the first time and I think we're going to be good friends. A touch bigger/heavier than what Im used to but I'm enjoying the stability. Worked on ollie-ing it today, not quite there yet but it's not going to take me long I reckon.


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    I'd be using much harder wheels at a park personally.
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    Default Re: Comet shred set ups

    Quote Originally Posted by TheWanderingSupertramp View Post
    I'd be using much harder wheels at a park personally.
    Yep, might go down that way later on. Just going back to it so looking for a bit of a do-it-all wheel. What duro do you use in parks?


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