608Z Bearing Stable Maple Wood
Skateboards PVC Cushion
31"x8" double kick concave skateboard
1. 31"x8" double kick concave skateboard
2. Aluminum truck
3. 50x27 mm pvc solid color wheels with line
4. 608Z bearing
Double kick flat Chinese maple
Bottom side printing.
Same sticker as front
Material and size
Aluminum Duty (strong type )
Truck and base
Material and size
50*27mm PVC wheels
Minimum order Quantity:
T/T or Irrevocable L/C
50,000prs per month
40 working days after received your payment
1/3 stand box /1sets, 6pcs / outer carton
Skateboarding, Street Cruise & Park
Rolling for the short distance instead of taking a bus
A gathering of friends and families in parks, fitness halls, country side, club
This Skateboard is the perfect present. For a ride at home, in the garden and even too and from school.
The 31" board is lightweight and can easily fit into bag and or carried. The board is made from High
which provides superb flexibility while maintaining resistance to distortion. The design continues
alloy trucks fitted with clear red 58mm PU wheels, and the 608Z bearing
performance bearings guarantee a slick and reliable ride.
1. Suitable for usual practice and general game
2.This skateboard is perfect for collectors and fans
3.Street Series center-set wheels are ideal for all-around long board skating
4.Grind arenaceous cover grip tape of deck , strong and durable , can withstand a great weight
5.The concave, tapered shape and rounded kick tail and nose provide versatile performance
How to Repair Skateboard Decks?
Skateboarding is a fun hobby, but it can result in a lot of wear and tear on your skateboard deck. All
skateboard decks lose their rigidity over time and usage, and need some tweaking. Broken or
cracked decks, as well as poorly balanced or damaged decks, can all affect the way that you ride.
If you notice that your
skateboard deck could use some repairs, here are some easy ones that
you can do at home. However, if your deck is broken in half, there is nothing you can do.
Head to the storeand buy a new one. Here is how to
repair a mildly damaged skateboard deck.
1. Notice how the skateboard rides. If you are having trouble balancing, find the kingpin on
the underside of the deck. It is the screw that is in the center of the wheels.
2. Remove the bushings and tighten the kingpin using a socket wrench. Replace the bushings
and test the skateboard's ride. If you still have problems balancing, try loosening the kingpin
until you get the perfect balance.
3. Try to turn the skateboard while riding it. If you find that you cannot turn easily, then make
sure the kingpin is not on too tight.
4. Ride the skateboard and note how stable the ride is. If you notice it going from side to side
and not being able to keep a straight line, you may have a warped skateboard deck. Remove
the trucks and wheels from the underside.
5. Put the deck in water, fully covering it, overnight. Take it out and then place something flat
and heavy on top of it--like a cement block--for 24 hours, allowing it to dry completely.
This will flatten the deck back to its original state.