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Lucky Skateboard Hardware

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Hardware from Lucky, the finest hardware including 1 Lucky green bolt. Phillips head with Nyloc locking nuts.
Set of 8 Hardware Bolts
 7/8in1in1 1/8in1 1/4in
Riser Compatibility (in):N/AN/A1/81/4
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Solid hardware
by Kyle K in Monroe, MI (Verified Buyer)
Posted on 9/29/2015
Lucky Skateboard Hardware
Hardware is typically hardware. Good stuff...sits flush on deck. Rusts slightly though over time
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Green is the new black
by GJ Gerard Sr. / WIHS in Middletown, CT (Verified Buyer)
Posted on 8/26/2015
Lucky Skateboard Hardware
Good quality. single green screw and the micro dice a nice touch
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by RAFA in Harbor City, CA (Verified Buyer)
Posted on 1/10/2015
Lucky Skateboard Hardware
Comes with a mini pair of green dices. Comes with only one green bolt.
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Lucky hardware has never let me down.
by Grapes in Valdosta, GA (Verified Buyer)
Posted on 8/9/2014
Lucky Skateboard Hardware
Good for any style of riding. The last thing on your board to ever replace. Go shorter length for more of a traditional style of riding. Go longer in length for cruiser/longboard style.
1 person has found this review helpful
correct length for 1/8" risers
by Matt in Northglenn, CO (Verified Buyer)
Posted on 4/2/2013
Lucky Skateboard Hardware
I used these to mount 1/8" risers between my deck and trucks. They are the right length and they have very minimal overhang.
4 people have found this review helpful
by Shams in Chicago, IL (Verified Buyer)
Posted on 4/24/2012
Lucky Skateboard Hardware
I honestly just bought these for the "lucky" green bolt because I think it's cool. I needed longer hardware to fit risers on my longboard. These bolts (I believe I got the 1 1/4") are just long enough to hold the nut on the end. There are one, maybe two threads sticking past the nut.

they work.
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