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Yocaher Punked Stained Pintail Complete Longboard Skateboard
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- Ideal for beginner longboard riders
- Q-Ball 70x52mm Wheels 78A Hardness, HD7 Heavy Duty Trucks, 180mm Hanger, Aluminum Alloy
- Abec 7 Chrome Bearings, Black Widow Premium Grade 80A Black Griptape
- Wheel Base: 27", Construction: 9-Ply Maple, Concave: None, Flex: Medium
- Fully assembled
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|Item Dimensions||5 x 9 x 40 inches|
|Shipping Weight||7.3 pounds|
|Size||40 x 9-Inch|
What you're looking at is a Punked Stained Pintail Longboard. The pintail teardrop-shaped deck is the most suitable for beginners. The shape prevents the wheel from contacting with the board while still providing ample footspace. Pintails also make excellent campus cruisers.
Size: 40 x 9-Inch | Color: black
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I recommend buying a $15 set of Bones Reds bearings with this board, as you'll be able to cruise for significantly longer distances with them.
First look: Board was a bit high off the ground, it didn't bother me because it ran just fine. stain quality on the bottom was decent (I got blue, she got red). Grip tape was applied nicely and, and the whole board had a nice polished look to it. Both of ours were fairly stiff (neither of us being that heavy though). The plastic wrapping was a pain to get off.
First Ride: Turning wasn't very easy, wheels are pretty huge, trucks very tight. I resolved this by simply loosening the master nut on the truck set up, and before I knew it turning became much easier (still no dime turns though).
1-month in: I cleaned the bearings with a bones cleaning kit and lubed them up with speed cream. She functions just fine, however I've looked into building off of this board slowly. Eventually the last thing to go will be the deck.
Let's toss in some stats!
Trucks: 180mm long, decent quality. Diameter is about 8mm (this will come in handy a bit later)
There is 1 speed ring per wheel acting as a buffer between the bearing and the larger axle.
Bearings: mine were ABEC-7, no shields or anything fancy, so make sure you stay on-top of cleaning. 8mm hole This caused some confusion for me and I accidentally ordered the 16pk of bones swiss 7mm bearings. They did not fit.
Wheels: "punked speed cruiser" 70mm, with a 52mm contact. they have a rating of 78a. Please note they also came with spacers to hold the bearings in place. They have decent roll and I see no reason
to replace them in the near future.
Risers: Kinda cheapy looking plasticy rubber, I suppose you could remove them if you wanted to be closer to the ground. They add a little less than half an inch to the boards height, but I'm sure they help absorb some shock.
Deck: hard for me to estimate so don't hold me to it, but it looks to be 7ply maple.
Conclusion: If you're experienced you'd probably be better off spending the extra cash on a higher quality board. If you're new, and just looking to get a new hobby in time for a beautiful summer, this will fit you just fine. You can ride it right out of the box without making a huge commitment if it isn't to your liking. If you do enjoy it you can build off of it untill you've pieced a new board over time.
board arrived warped. it is visually twisted and should not have been sold. I weigh 140, bushings are too hard and will not allow me to turn/steer the board. Returning to amazon for full refund. Not a great deal even at $35