31 Inches Long Heat Transfer Maple
Wood Skateboards Printed
On 80s Black Grip Tape
Product Name: 31 Inches Long Heat Transfer Maple Wood Skateboards Printed On 80s Black
Model NO.: FWM-3108AG
Size of skateboard: 31" x 8"
Deck: 7 ply Canadian maple
Application: outdoor sports
Bearings: ABEC-7 high speed chrome bearing
Fit for: adults
Wheels: 53x32mm PU casted wheels
31 Inches Long Heat Transfer Maple Wood Skateboards Printed
On 80s Black Grip Tape
31" x 8"
double kick concave skateboard
upside with 80S black grip tape,bottom side
with heat transfer design
Trucks and base
Material and size
5"V style alum truck and base (with paint)
PU casted cushion
Material and size
53x32mm PU casted wheels, can be customized;
Yellow , red or other color you prefer
ABEC-7 high speed chrome bearing
20 GP loaded
31" x 8" Double Concave Deck featuring 7 ply Canadian Maple construction. This board has the
second best available bearings, the wheels are ideal for pavement or a skate park, and the reinforced
trucks are strong enough for an adult rider. Ideal for any skateboard enthusiast. All our Skateboards
use world-class components from the finest manufactures in the world. Our Skateboards prides
ourselves on function and form. In over three years we have not had one defective component or failure.
Available in 7 Hot colors Retro skateboard, Cruiser skateboard
The highly elastic PVC wheels enhance durability and comfort while skating
High performance 608z bearings make skating smooth
The fresh maple deck performs excellent flexibility, resistant to distortion can be easily put in your
backpack, comes assembled and complete.
Modern decks vary in size, but most are 7 to 10.5 inches (17.78 to 26.67 centimeters) wide.
Wider decks can be used for greater stability when transition or ramp skating. Skateboard decks are
usually between 28 and 33 inches (71.12 and 83.82 centimetres) long. The underside of the deck can
be printed with a design by the manufacturer, blank, or decorated by any other means.
Grip tape is a sheet of paper or fabric with adhesive on one side and a surface similar to fine sand paper
on the other. Grip tape is applied to the top surface of a board to allow the rider's feet to grip the surface
and help the skater stay on the board while doing tricks. Grip tape is usually black, but is also available in
many different colors such as pink, yellow, checkered, camo, and even clear. Often, they have designs
die-cut to show the color of the board, or to display the board's company logo.
Attached to the deck are two metal (usually aluminum alloy) trucks, which connect the wheels
and bearings to the deck. The trucks are further composed of two parts. The top part of the
truck is screwed to the deck and is called the baseplate, and beneath it is the hanger. The axle
runs through the hanger. Between the baseplate and the hanger are bushings, also rubbers or
grommets, that provide the cushion mechanism for turning the skateboard. The bushings cushion
the truck when it turns. The stiffer the bushings, the more resistant the skateboard is to turning.
The softer the bushings, the easier it is to turn. A bolt called a kingpin holds these parts together
and fits inside the bushings. Thus by tightening or loosening the kingpin nut, the trucks can be
adjusted loosely for better turning and tighter for more stability.
The wheels of a skateboard (like car tires, they in contact with the roadway), usually are made of
polyurethane, come in many different sizes and shapes to suit different types of skating. Larger width
sizes like 55–85 mm roll faster, and move more easily over cracks in pavement and are better for transition
skateboarding. Smaller width sizes like 48–54 mm keep the board closer to the ground, require less force
to accelerate and produce a lower center of gravity which allows for a better response time, but also make
for a slower top speed and are better for street skateboarding. Wheels also are available in a variety of
hardnesses usually measured on the Shore durometer"A" scale.
Many skateboard bearings are graded according to the ABEC scale. The scale starts with ABEC1 as the
lowest, 3, 5, 7, 9. It is a common misconception that the higher ABECs are better for skateboarding, as the
ABEC rating only measures tolerances, which do not necessarily apply to skateboards. Bearing
performance is determined on how well maintained the bearings are. Maintenance on bearings includes
periodically cleaning and lubricating them. Bearings that are kept unmaintained have their performance
greatly lowered and will soon need to be replaced. Bearing cleaning kits are commonly available on the
market. The ABEC rating does not determine how fast or how durable a bearing used for skateboarding
will be. In particular, the ABEC rating says nothing about how well a bearing handles axial (side-to-side)
loads, which are severe in most skateboard applications. Many companies do not show the ABEC rating,
such as Bones Bearings, which makes bearings specifically for skateboarding, often marketed as "Skate
Rated". Each bearing usually contains 7 steel or ceramic ball bearings, although other configurations
are used as well.