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Sled Zepplin Drops today!

Post by Chris Favero » Mon Mar 12, 2007 5:48 pm

It's official,the Tod Oles Sled Zepplin is now available.specs and pics are now on the website
This is Tod's first pro model,featuring the Radical "S" camber.Classic shape with many innovative features will assure Top performance on the courses,radical style for cruising the sights and the pride in knowing that you support a skater owned company.
Price is 75 usd plus shipping.To order contact "cfav@chiillskateboards.com".
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Post by Paul Graf » Mon Mar 12, 2007 6:25 pm

I'm sure Keith Moons statement "going down like a lead ballon" will never describe this new Chill deck. I am sure this deck will be the Hammer of the Gods.

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Post by Stephen Lavin » Mon Mar 12, 2007 11:29 pm

I G O T M I N E S

H O O A A H

T O P S I D E R
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Post by Dave Gale » Tue Mar 13, 2007 12:19 am

Paul Graf wrote:I'm sure Keith Moons statement "going down like a lead ballon" will never describe this new Chill deck. I am sure this deck will be the Hammer of the Gods.

PG
Graf..on Zepplin, Priceless! (for those aviation historians)
By far..My next purchase
ENJOY!! (while you can)

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Post by Tod Oles » Tue Mar 13, 2007 12:49 am

H O O A A H ????????

I hope that's topsider speak for >FNA< I LIKE IT???? :-)





And Paul, when's the last time you bought a hammer???????

Thought so............time to put a nice new styly one in the tool box......hehe


I've set mine up with a Rad front at +15* and jacked that up w/ 1/2" of riser...
The back has a 90mm Gen III Split dewedged 13* with no additional rise.
I prefer a lower feeling in back and the way the tail of this board is shaped
you can just bury your foot in that pocket and PUSH to the contentment of your triceps surae.
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Post by Dave Larson » Tue Mar 13, 2007 3:14 am

Yeah Tod,cool deck well deserved.Savin $ for the race season, or it would be in my limited quiver.Triceps Surae fancy name for the leg,which Tod has two of. Snow melting yes. Dave
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Post by Paul Graf » Tue Mar 13, 2007 3:30 am

Dave Gale wrote:[Graf..on Zepplin, Priceless! (for those aviation historians)
By far..My next purchase
I am the GRAF ZEPPELIN!!!!!!

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Post by Frank Henn » Tue Mar 13, 2007 2:22 pm

Paul Graf wrote:
Dave Gale wrote:[Graf..on Zepplin, Priceless! (for those aviation historians)
By far..My next purchase
I am the GRAF ZEPPELIN!!!!!!
thats right your goin down!

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Post by Paul Graf » Tue Mar 13, 2007 9:56 pm

Frank Henn wrote:
Paul Graf wrote:
Dave Gale wrote:[Graf..on Zepplin, Priceless! (for those aviation historians)
By far..My next purchase
I am the GRAF ZEPPELIN!!!!!!
thats right your goin down!
I will be tak'n you down to China-town!!!!

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Post by Wesley Tucker » Tue Mar 13, 2007 10:11 pm

Paul Graf wrote:
Frank Henn wrote:
Paul Graf wrote: I am the GRAF ZEPPELIN!!!!!!
thats right your goin down!
I will be tak'n you down to China-town!!!!
Actually, the GRAF ZEPPELIN (LZ-127) was one of the most celebrated and SAFE vehicles ever constructed and flown. From it's around the world flight in 1928 to it's final voyage home from South America on that fateful day in May, 1937. Logging over one million miles and carrying 20,000 passengers, he was indeed a magnificent ship.

Anyone wishing to purchase a MAGNIFICENT poster of this fabulous airship is more than welcome to go here:

http://members.aol.com/ogservice/GrafZeppelinOffer.html

($15.00 pre paid includes shipping and handling.)

Of course, maybe the reference was for the GRAF ZEPPELIN 2 (LZ-130.) This sister ship to the ill-fated HINDENBURG (LZ-129.) The LZ-130 first flew one year after the demise of the LZ-129 and was absorbed into the Luftwaffe and never carried a paying passenger. The LZ-130 made several espionage flights off the coast of Great Britain. Subsequent analysis of data collected indicates the Germans were well aware of British RADAR, but they were incapable of linking the telemetry with a probable cause.

Then there's THE GRAF ZEPPELIN, Germany's only completed aircraft carrier. Laid down in 1935 and commissioned in 1938, 800-foot ship really did nothing during the war. Goering refused to develop aircraft for the ship and as such squandered it's potential. Captured by the Russians after the war, he was sunk during target practice in 1947.

I guess when Frank said, "you're goin' down" he was making an analogy to an aircraft carrier?
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Post by Stephen Lavin » Tue Mar 13, 2007 11:12 pm

WTF Tucker? If ur not a walking talkin' encyclopedia then no one is. Now , about the real Oles ship...

It's nice. You're gonna' want one after I kick-it in Ole Miss and St. Louis. I'm going to have to buy a new pair of Sperry's so I can grace this ship appropriately.
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Post by Adam Winston » Wed Mar 14, 2007 12:02 am

alex trabec look out tuckers comming for ya

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Post by Ben Buckles » Wed Mar 14, 2007 2:30 am

Got mines today muah hahaha How you like me now...off to set it up

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Post by Chris Favero » Wed Mar 14, 2007 7:08 am

Paul Graf wrote:
Frank Henn wrote:
Paul Graf wrote: I am the GRAF ZEPPELIN!!!!!!
thats right your goin down!
I will be tak'n you down to China-town!!!!
while there eat at Joy Yee Noodles.cheap and good.as for some deer tail.cfav
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Yahoo!

Post by Claude Regnier » Wed Mar 14, 2007 6:45 pm

Congrats to everyone involved.

I'll have to give that puppy a try.
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Post by Jonathan Harms » Thu Mar 15, 2007 4:13 am

Good stuff, Tod and fellow CHIxILLers.

And Frank: Graf's a nice guy, but he's looking lean and mean this year. You better bring your A game. And that ain't just hot air. :-)

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Post by Frank Henn » Thu Mar 15, 2007 4:51 pm

Jonathan Harms wrote:Good stuff, Tod and fellow CHIxILLers.

And Frank: Graf's a nice guy, but he's looking lean and mean this year. You better bring your A game. And that ain't just hot air. :-)
dang I got fat and nice this year. I'll go buy some game today.

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Post by Paul Graf » Thu Mar 15, 2007 6:06 pm

Frank knows our rivalry is a friendly one. We have taken turns barely beating each other out for the 20th plus spot for the past few years now. I believe it’s my turns to edge him out at out next race.

I just finished eating a whole box of girl scouts (thin mints.. yum) cookies I bought yesterday, so I don’t feel very lean & mean at this moment.

PG

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Post by Tod Oles » Sat Mar 17, 2007 6:04 pm

Ben,

Lets hear some feed back.......

Paul, I'm with ya on the Thin Mints... and like a Zepplin I'll be steering clear of all
forms of ignition. ;-)
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Post by Dave Gale » Sat Mar 17, 2007 6:46 pm

Ohhhhh.... the humanity of it all!
Tod, I can't wait for the streets to thaw out again! I'm on the river next week-end and we just got 4 inches of snow! Chris has been sooo good to us all, A Tod Oles model is in the mix ! I've been getting my fix w/ my new Midnight Special and then the freeze hits!
ENJOY!! (while you can)

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Post by Ben Buckles » Sat Mar 17, 2007 8:19 pm

Well from a C class racer, I like it. Really though the pocket is sweet and you are right on with calling it that. My foot found it right off and stayed there.

The front is nice and wide, it is also lighter than my axe, and just enough flex to make it feel not like the axe. Uh the finish is good, I love the whole shape. Nothing I don't like about it.

However I have only pumped it up and down the street. I just haven't had time to put it through cones yet. This will be my go to board except for all the tightest spacing.

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Post by Stephen Lavin » Sun Mar 18, 2007 11:05 pm

Okay, not all day. Rode my new 31" KHSS too.

I put Radikals on my sled front and back after playing around with my legacy truck collection. Wedged front 15* and went flat in the rear (looks flat anyway) by way of one 1/4" flat riser and two 10* Khiros. I used the higher (toward deck) radikal Tail setting and it deadend things up. I also lowered another 1/4" and it helped my pump. I ran out of Edger deck tape - so I had to get creative - I hate running out of stuff I always need. Anyway I played with some heights and like it where it is.

The first pic below is out of focus but the tick mark on the scale where it meets the top of the deck is 4". The rear pic is in focus (the only thing that is in focus after last night).

keith gave me some good advice for which I listened to 1/2 - :) - my drill died so I could not drill back the rear on my 31" to make some way for the beefy Talons. Tod's board is similar to the Midnight Special so I am getting comfy with it fast. Keith's deck is solid almost zero torsional flex and it will take me some getting used to but I'm liken' it a lot.
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Post by justin collins » Sun Mar 18, 2007 11:46 pm

wow, can't wait till i get my hands on mine!!
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Post by Paul Graf » Mon Mar 19, 2007 12:04 am

Tod Oles wrote:Ben,

Lets hear some feed back.......

Paul, I'm with ya on the Thin Mints... and like a Zepplin I'll be steering clear of all
forms of ignition. ;-)
Tod, I hear there a contest coming soon in Manchester Township, New Jersey. This might be a great place to test out the new ship.. I mean board.

PG
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Post by Wesley Tucker » Mon Mar 19, 2007 12:12 am

Paul Graf wrote:Tod, I hear there a contest coming soon in Lakehurst, NJ. This might be a great place to test out the new ship.. I mean board.

PG
I've been to bowling alleys with more slope than Lakehurst.
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Post by Adam Winston » Mon Mar 19, 2007 2:40 am

i think a longboard version of the Keith hollien would be rad.. a sort of bigger down hill version.. that would be in intense...

the boards are looking amazing guys, i cant wait to get my hands on one

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Post by Tod Oles » Mon Mar 19, 2007 2:57 am

Stephen and Ben,

I'm glad your liking the deck... The idea with the rear of the deck was to have it be
rockered out like a S-camber to the 9th degree. This is why I was running
just enough wedge/riser to get the rear truck angled flat (35* Splitfire)....

Now I've gone a step further and I'm experimenting with having the rear truck mounted "flat to the tail" w/ a 1/2" riser which gives a steering angle of approx. 42*.
With the way the rear is lower than the front it gets the ball of your rear foot on basically the same level as the back pivot cup...so even with more potential
steering it's hard to get the rear of the deck to step out of line because you have less advantage over it...
I also like the feeling of the front foot being higher, like your pressing into the concave.

I need a toe stop even more now because I can really push against
the back of the deck so hard with my rear foot locked in so tightly... I'm really digging this setup.

My Nikon's batterey took a crap... I'll get some pics up later in this thread...sometime
eventually.... I hope :-)
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Post by Adam Winston » Mon Mar 19, 2007 4:00 pm

can you guys take some good pics of the graphics? i want to see how that stencil turned out... i never got to spray it before i sent it off

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Post by Jonathan Harms » Mon Mar 19, 2007 4:04 pm

Paul Graf wrote:Tod, I hear there a contest coming soon in Lakehurst, NJ. This might be a great place to test out the new ship.. I mean board.

PG
I think your joke got missed, PG. ;-)

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Post by Paul Graf » Mon Mar 19, 2007 5:52 pm

Jonathan Harms wrote:
I think your joke got missed, PG. ;-)
I believe I pushed the joke alittle too far.. It's "played" as they say.

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Post by Chris Barrett » Mon Mar 19, 2007 7:02 pm

Hey Tod and the crew,

Shape looks awesome! Can't wait to see one in person and give her a spin down the hill. Mucho camber on that badboy. I like it, its in the same vein as the other kicktail boards out there but with its own flare. Now I get alot of what we were talking aboot in NC and whatnot, its cool to see the sum total of your ideas. Wouldn't have accepted any less from you guys.

Keep on rocking,
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Post by Wesley Tucker » Mon Mar 19, 2007 7:15 pm

Jonathan Harms wrote:
Paul Graf wrote:Tod, I hear there a contest coming soon in Lakehurst, NJ. This might be a great place to test out the new ship.. I mean board.

PG
I think your joke got missed, PG. ;-)
Who missed what joke?

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lost in translation

Post by Paul Graf » Mon Mar 19, 2007 8:46 pm

I went back and edited my "joke" post. Is it funnier now? or has the joke now lost its momentuem? I been trying to think of a good comeback and all I think about is
Goerge Cosantza now.. "Yeah, well, the jerk store called, they're running out of you"


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/L%27esprit_de_l%27escalier

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Post by Tod Oles » Mon Mar 19, 2007 11:30 pm

OK, here's the deal.......

By the time the post reply page loads, I re-type the main point I'm trying to make several
times Cuz I can't type, then wait again for my dial up to reconnect after I get dropped a few times, preview my meager opinion on the subject at hand and finally feed it to you wolves, any joke that___ "MIGHT"___ have been made has probably been responded to like when you've just gotten poopoo on your fingers.... ;-)

AHhhh you know I'm just kidding,....... in retrospect you guys are kinda funny.........



Wes, I like the Camaro
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Post by Stephen Lavin » Tue Mar 20, 2007 2:59 am

Hey Wes, is that the hangar where you store all your old school decks?

I have one like that for my porn collection...
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Post by Paul Graf » Tue Mar 20, 2007 6:05 pm

Tod Oles wrote:OK, here's the deal.......

By the time the post reply page loads, I re-type the main point I'm trying to make several
times Cuz I can't type, then wait again for my dial up to reconnect after I get dropped a few times, preview my meager opinion on the subject at hand and finally feed it to you wolves, any joke that___ "MIGHT"___ have been made has probably been responded to like when you've just gotten poopoo on your fingers.... ;-)

AHhhh you know I'm just kidding,....... in retrospect you guys are kinda funny.........



Wes, I like the Camaro
Hi Todd,

We are all just kidding around here. I can't wait to see your new board. You are going to Luna aren't cha? Maybe we will see a new Sled Zeppelin as a prize at Luna.. hint hint Cfav.

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Post by justin collins » Fri Mar 23, 2007 3:17 am

well, oles isn't the ONLY one with a sled zepplin!! I've also got my brand new hollien 27". And my chill park/pool board! Check em out!

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Post by Tod Oles » Sun Mar 25, 2007 12:48 am

Paul, Hopefully I'm funnier in real life..........

I'm heading to Abq for the Ditch Slap and then St. Louis will be the next one...If I live...


Justin, Your rounding out a nice quiver there!! Hope they all work as nice as they look.
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yep

Post by justin collins » Sun Mar 25, 2007 3:40 am

well i sure hope so too Tod. I'll be getting my MiChron timer in the mail sometime next week. And i'll be practicing with that! You boys are in trouble!
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Re: yep

Post by Tod Oles » Sun Mar 25, 2007 4:24 pm

justin collins wrote:You boys are in trouble!
I've made a living taking care of trouble....bring it!! :-)
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Post by Ben Buckles » Sun Apr 01, 2007 6:11 am

Got some pics of it finally done...the black dog. Thanks to the CHIXILL guys for hooking me up with some great customer service. Can't wait to get it through some cones.

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Post by Tod Oles » Sun Apr 01, 2007 6:44 am

Yep, That how mine is set up... (only 90mm in the back)

Looks nice Ben, I hope it works for you.
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Post by Ben Buckles » Fri Apr 13, 2007 5:23 am

INdeed I have a 90 in the back, just spaced out a tad.

I will need to get a break from dirty diaper detail to run it through some cones.
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Post by Tod Oles » Sat Apr 14, 2007 4:25 pm

Diaper duty cured me of my nail biting and I have an incessant habit
of washing my hands B4 eating popcorn.... ;-)

Give it 25 yrs, and the rose colored glasses of time will have you wishing
for these days again... Good luck

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Post by Dave Larson » Sat Apr 14, 2007 6:09 pm

No shit.
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haha

Post by justin collins » Sat Apr 14, 2007 6:15 pm

haha what's this "diaper duty" you guys speak of???
hahaha
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Re: haha

Post by Tod Oles » Sun Apr 15, 2007 6:39 am

justin collins wrote:haha what's this "diaper duty" you guys speak of???
Lets just say, it's worse than cleaning puke outta the floorboards of your moms Beemer....... :-)
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Post by justin collins » Sun Apr 15, 2007 4:31 pm

hahahaha
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Post by Ben Buckles » Wed Apr 18, 2007 4:25 am

Dave Larson wrote:No shit.
Actually it's quite the contrary.
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