JoeyMotionless
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Clean Stripe 4 Wheels Down Smooth Arc Smile Machine BAMBOO! DECK Size: 10" x 38" Profile: Slalom Wheel Base: 29" Construction: 7 ply with Resin Epoxy Wood: Bamboo & Pioneer Wood Top Material: Clear Resin Grip BENT METAL TRUCKS Style: Inverted Width: 180mm Finish: Hanger- Raw/ Baseplate- Red/Black Bushing: Black Riser: 1/8th inch- Black FREEDOM DOLLY WHEELS Diameter: 70mm (x 35mm) Shape: 3 Spoke Mag Core Durometer: 83A Finish: Stoneground which style is this board more focused on? is it a bad buy for 120? would you buy it? and if you had 30 extra.dollars which element of the board would you upgrade bushings, bearings, wheels, trucks, shock absorbers or what?
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@JoeyMotionless you won't find brand names on bushings, check out this link if you need to find some new ones fit just for you (: http://www.motionboardshop.com/pages/bushing-selector
@DustinLavender I'll agree that you don't NEED to splurge on a setup, but its definitely worth it when you do!
if you want a cheap complete that's worth riding check out Funboxdist.com I wouldn't recommend the white owl wheels that come with the completes, their Red Eyes wheels are really good mids though, they slide smooth and dump thane lines. a complete from them should run you 100, when you get more cash, upgrade the trucks to something like Paris V2 or Caliber 2, then bearings to zealous. shock pads are also a really good idea, they'll extend the life of your board quite a lot.
cruising, not too bad, no, bearings
dude, id save up more and just get a whole other board. but if your set on this deck, this is the order of upgrade importance in my opinion: shock pads (they are so cheap yet so helpful), trucks, bushings, bearings, wheels, hardware, etc... its a broad question, sorry for the broad answer
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