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Old 01-19-2009   #1
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Hi so im ordering new thunders now but i dont know what their truck sizes fit what deck size. i ride anything below 8.0 i dont ride 8.0s. so yeah :). they sell in 145 and in 457. what size should i get?
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Old 01-19-2009   #2
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145's since you don't skate 8's
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yeah if you are ever gonna skate 8's get bigger trucks. i never really notice truck size i just buy a pair of thunders and slap em on a size 8 deck and start rippin.
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get 145s but it doesnt make a difference
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145 = 7.75
147 = 8
149 = 8.25
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So 145 Lows would fit a 7.8
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So 145 Lows would fit a 7.8
Yes, 147's would also fit (with a little bit of axle showing)
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Would 145 Highs be good for a 7.8??
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Would 145 Highs be good for a 7.8??
Yes. I would use 147 tho. More room to grind. Doesn't stick out much at all and the ability to size up boardsize later. Hell I would even use 147s on a 7.75.

147 on a 7.75 is the same as having 149 on an 8.25. Works just fine.
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