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    *** MONDAY'S BLOWOUT SALE *** MONDAY'S BLOWOUT SALE ***

    Sick and tired of having heaps of stuff lying around I don't really use. Yes, I have a little bit of a hoarding problem. Everything is in superb condition if not otherwise noted. Shoot me an offer via PM. I am from Fra... Europe, so keep shipping costs in mind.

    I keep this post updated constantly, everything you see is still available!




    Ground Control GC Mega frames, black, ca. 257 mm wheelbase.

    Used maybe two times at the park skating a tiny rail. Literally the only loss of material is some tiny wear at the ends from bailing and a couple tiny scratches at the walls.

    I can try to find the original packaging with the unused GC mounting hardware. If I can't find them, you'll get some Salomon UFS bolts with the frames (much better anyways). I can also include a copy of the Grindhouse receipt if you need it.

    These are close to new. GC products are never on sale. Please keep this in mind when contacting me.






    Undercover Richie Eisler 72mm/88A wheels which were brought down to 64mm to use in GC Megas.

    Wasn't too motivated that day and really only wanted to bring them down to 64mm (65mm actually...) so some of them are 64mm and some are 64,5mm. And some are a tiny bit crooked.

    They also sport a rather strong flat shape but this will wear down once you start using them. I hear some people even prefer flat top shapes, sooo...? I skated them like this with no problems. The only thing I noticed was that they really wanted to cling to the gaps between the concrete slabs on the skate park ground. But I guess every pointy wheels would do that?

    They come with RB SG9 Abec 9 bearings which I was very impressed with.

    This is the wheel you wish this industry would supply to you. The famed UC urethane in a form factor which maxes out the GC Megas.

    Both wheels and bearings have been used for two very short sessions. I really don't need much for the bearings but since UCs of this size (if they were available in this size...) are 80 € a set these days... No low ball offers, please.







    Undercover UC Richie Eisler 72mm/88A wheels from a couple years ago. Way before the days in which every UC wheel came with pink or teal cores and... not black urethane.

    These haven't been used and are still shrink wrapped. I intend to sell them at the current retail price ("Boooo!") for UC pro wheels but may be able to give you a good deal on shipping.







    Adapt Dominik Wagner Stealth skates, EU 42 (perfect fit for someone with a 28,5 cm foot). These were purchased in 2015 but were stored away for the past 25 months. The condition is great, with a couple modifications as well as small defects.

    Modifications & Defects (in no particular order):

    1)

    Set of eyelets added on top. Done by a master cobbler, still didn't come out super good. They're solid and will stay in place but they're bent here and there from... "someone" losing their cool putting them in and only barely grab into the female part on the inside (and one of them has gone missing already). They also don't have the correct Color Technology to go with the theme of the boot.

    My suggestion would be to either replace them or... not give a fuck about them at all since it doesn't make too much of a difference lacing the skates all the way to the top. If you like it anyways and plan on doing it all the time I suggest you lace them up carefully.

    2)

    Some of the stock top eyelets had to be replaced due to the original ones coming loose. Unfortunately the master cobbler thought it was appropriate to use larger ones than stock. Much larger.

    One of them is also starting to come loose again but since I never really did the boot up super tight in that area anyways it never was a problem.

    Thinking about it, this is the only area of the skate which is worth fixing, everything else is just normal signs of wear.
    If you want to clean up/restore that area just pull the eyelets out and glue/stitch a new (double) layer of nubuck in there and put completely new eyelets in there. It's not an easy fix for the inexperienced skate modder but I think it will work great.

    3)

    The logos at the back of the skates have been blacked out with a felt pen.

    4)

    Back in those days, a EU 42 came with size M souls. This pair has been equipped with size L souls from the get go to offer better boot protection (which worked great as you can see in the pics). These days Adapt plates are wider across the board to offer said protection and to take into account the change in demographic in Rollerblading participants.

    5)

    I've rebuilt the shock absorbers using a super springy material (at least compared to the stock... shocks) so they actually absorb shock and not only hold the heels in place. I did this with great care and with great respect to the location of the foot in the shells to not alter the skating experience/functionality of the skate. These might be the only Adapts on the planet suitable for gaps.

    6)

    The material at the heels kept rubbing off towards the end of the skates second year in use. I glued some kastem rubber patches in there which fixed the problem. Super comfy and since it's rubber it eliminates any heel lift before it can occur. This was no hack job since I've used some industrial grade glue to put them in place. Getting them off is literally impossible.

    7)

    The bolt protecor flap (no idea how the correct term for this
    is in the Adapt Universe...) is on its last leg (or rather on the last strand of velcro) but to this day has never... flapped down when using the skates. If you want to replace them I will supply some DIY (handmade) strap bolt protectors in the box (last pic).



    The Six Mount hardware has been replaced with wider washers and stainless (?) hex bolts (which I had to grind down bc too long brah)

    9)

    There's a tiny bit of material missing at the top of the cuff on the left skate.

    Okay, I think that was it...?

    All in all these are in great shape. Just look at the pics. Padding super plush all around, structurally super sound, souls with towns of life, no smell, super clean inside and out... They're simply in great working order. Perfect opportunity for someone that wants to get their foot (...) into the Adapt World but doesn't want to spend 2893451671923875612 € on a boot only or however much they go for these days...

    To close this off I would like to say these are the best skates I've ever used. Responsive beyond believe, fast skating, super comfortable. Well worth it to invest in and will be good for many years of use if treated with the same care as before.






    Salomon Thunder FSK skates, all black, size EU 42 2/3, US 9, UK 8.5, CM 27, shell 27,5. No insoles. Otherwise amazing condition!






    Set of 100mm MPS wheels with RB SG9 bearings, used but good condition. Super fast wheels. Don't think there's anything better out there right now!











    Salomon Maxflector FSK skates, size EU 42 2/3, US 9, UK 8.5, CM 27, shell 27,5. Amazing condition






    Salomon ST Chaz Sands pro skates, size EU 46,3, UK 11.5, US 12, CM 29, shell size 29 - 29,5. Shells are in very good condition, liners are still super plush







    Powerslide Triple X XXX Core 4 x 110 mm speed frames. Very fast. And very light. And very great condition






    Eight ( Matter Juice 110 mm F1 (ca. 88A) wheels. They're in great condition and come with Powerslide Twincam bearings. And stickers with numbers on them








    Salomon Deflector FSK skates, size EU 43,3, US 9.5, UK 9, CM 27,5, shell 27,5. Amazing condition







    Salomon STi Pro EU 44, US 10, UK 9.5, CM 28, shell size 28,5, great condition! The only substantial bit of wear can be found at the front soul wing on the right boot (as pictured). Liners are fresh out the washer and smell like flowers. They’re also super comfortable







    Rollerblade RB Fusion 90mm UFS frames in great condition. Couple very light scratches at the end (or the beginning, depending how you look at it... or them) of the frames which I have documented in the last photo








    Grindblockz for frame modz







    Salomon Aaron Feinberg pro skates size EU 45,3, US 11.5, UK 11, CM 29, shell size 30. Condition is great as can be seen in the pics. No shock absorbers, no insoles.

    The left liner has a tiny spot (ca. 1cm diameter) on the inside of the cuff where the outer black fabric layer has been rubbed off. They’re fresh out the washer and look like new otherwise






    Salomon Aaron Feinberg pro skates size EU 44, US 10, UK 9.5, CM 28, shell size 28,5. Slight (!) coping/rail groove on right soul, otherwise the condition is amazing.

    Liners show that these might not have been used much „aggressively“ but got used to skate around a bit. No defects or anything but definitely broken in with sizing label coming undone (ya’ll know how quickly that happens though) with lots of life left in them still








    Rollerblade RB Fusion 90mm (max.) frames with 84mm/84A RB wheels and SG9 bearings. Condition is amazing as can be seen in the pics.

    I'd like to sell wheels/bearings and frames as a set but will also sell them on their own. The wheels are surprisingly good (grippy, fast, hard wearing) for a stock wheel. I've skated them years ago and was very impressed







    Mindgame Higgs Boson wheels, condition as seen in the pics






    Adapt waxed laces, black, lightly used. No rips, no tears








    Salomon axles, set of ocho






    Modify your pre-UFS Salomons (or other old-ass skates) to fit any "modern" frame with these receptor thingies. They're super slim and thus work perfectly in boots that don't yet have recesses like the ones that came with UFS.

    These are high quality... thingies from a Xsjado Replacement Parts Kit and are made by Salomon








    Kizer Suspension beaters, wheel base 250 mm (S/M). Rubber bushings in great condition. Scratched but not grinded much. Slightly dirty. Wheels are spent (obviously)







    Brand new CDS Detroit heel plates with hardware, sticker and instruction manual. For your non UFS, raised heel ice skates






    USD Aeon soul plates. Unused, no hardware. Regular wood screws with countersunk head will work






    Kizer 6mm axles. Black, unused






    MPC Road War 110mm XFirm wheels. High quality wheels made in the USA, similar performance to UC and Matter. Great condition







    Well maintained Msgboard account, over 20.000 posts, semi-OG join date, most +rep of all users ever (Richie is fake af), very trustworthy due to over 2344435367 successful blade trade transactions

    http://www.be-mag.com/msgboard/member.php/13386-Monday








    Higgsed Dyna Brandon Smith 44mm/101A antirocker wheels with bearings and spacers







    DVDs for sale







    Street Artist Bambrick 58mm/88A wheels. Great quality wheels, great condition, two of them have flat spots. As a pure blood street skater you know how to deal with them (put them in the back, spots face outwards)






    Selling a set of Xsjado strap things, never used. Came on a skate but were immediately removed





    UFS Throne Plates, size 2, EU 41 - 42
    Last edited by Monday; 14.05.2019, 11:04.
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    #2
    :arrow:
    Awesome thread https://www.be-mag.com/msgboard/gossip/1774972-awesome-thread

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      #3
      *** MONDAY'S BLOWOUT SALE *** MONDAY'S BLOWOUT SALE ***[Update: Soon.]***

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        #4
        Post updated, couple things already gone!
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          #5
          Hmmm. Debating those Heat clothes.

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            #6
            How much for them Higgs Boson?

            R.I.P James Short 3/18/1985-8/30/2009

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              #7
              aww why couldn't you be from the states...

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                #8
                Damn. Why do you have to be in France I want a couple things but shipping to US is crazy
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                  #9
                  Depends on the things you want. I could send a set of wheels for $16, I believe. Larger stuff is more, of course...
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                    #10
                    UCON jacket and Kaspa shirt gone. Some Heat and Artysm items spoken for. Razors Cult soul frames added.
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                      #11
                      Want those Kaltiks, Creates and UC Grindhouse wheels, unfortunately don't have money to spend on blading right now.

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                        #12
                        Are you the ShaneG I think you am?
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                          #13
                          Probably not. Who do you think I am?

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                            #14
                            Just checked your email and you're not...
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                              #15
                              I don't even know what email I have on this site haha, made this last year and pretty much just lurk. Lurked on a different account a couple years ago but I forgot the password so i just made this

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