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Atom 21" Mini Retroh Molded Skateboard
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- High-grade polycarbonate deck.
- Mini Slalom skate trucks (150mm axles).
- Wide-lip 62x51mm super high rebound (SHR) urethane wheels.
- ABEC 9 bearings.
- High quality 80S grip tape.
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If you're looking for a little more 70's in your life, or just wanting the most convenient way to cruise around town / campus you GOTTA get one of these. The Atom Mini Retroh is essentially a revamped version of the original plastic injection-molded skateboards (aka banana boards) that were born in the heady days of feathered hair and fuzzy black-lit Black Sabbath posters. But with its super high-grade urethane wheels (62mm), ultra-precise ABEC 9 bearings, high-end polycarbonate deck, and performance 80-grit grip tape on top, the Atom Mini Retroh is sooo much more. Although this 21" beauty may be the funnest thing you've ever ridden, fit in your backpack, and bring a smile to your face every time you look at it, trust us, it ain't no toy. After all it's not the size of your board that matters. It's how you use it. Grab one today (before your best friend buys the color you wanted first).
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I ended up disassembling this board and putting on some edge branded trucks, one of which had given me a severe left turn on another board. This fixed the right turn, and improved the geometry because they were designed for a shorter kingpin. The board rides great now, and is my daily commuter, but I shouldn't have to put 8 hours of trial and error modification in just to have a rideable board.
It's not as weak as I thought it would be and I use it to get around campus everyday. For some reason, the wheels don't spin as freely. So I loosened the wheels a bit and also found out that the washers were installed incorrectly (Maybe just specific to my unit). So anyways, installed the washers correctly and also cleaned the bearings. Rides much better now :D