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Fu Manchu 2006!

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The new FuMachu's are in and sporting the same looking designs but with new colors. Gravity Skateboards claims that the mold is different as well as the durometers, although the general appearance seems to be the same. the Fu Manchu's are great for slides and the 76mm size will let you do that smoothly. druometers from 74a to 82a. i have not had the chance to use them, but i've been on the 66mm Street G's which have been impression enough for me. check out the Manchu's, they would probably ride well with my long sector 9's as well. [equipbug]

photo: www.gravityboard.com

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