ThtYoungElwoodJ
2 years ago1,000+ Views
Gullwing's new Reverses are pretty cool. I read a sweet review on polyboards.com and if you guys care enough you can go read it too. But what I'm here to ask is what's the difference between positive and negative rake? Standard reverses run with the rake roadside. The Louis Pilloni pro models run the rake boardside. Now I get that you could flip the hanger on either of them to do both but is there a difference? Lower ride height with the rake boardside like the Louis Pilloni pros but do the trucks turn any different than the standards? Or do I just have to buy a pair and try it with the hanger flipped both ways to know
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read something yesterday that said one way they act like 51° trucks, flipped they act like 44. found em for 45 bucks on amazon so mine are on teh way!
2 years ago·Reply
I've been riding mine for about a month now, I would agree pretty much with the way you said it rides flipped vs. unflipped. But I bought them because I read the review on polyboards.com that said they'll fit a tall bushing on each, and I had the nut and washer come off on one truck and I ate shit
2 years ago·Reply
I think I'll stick to teh standard bushings.
2 years ago·Reply
They were fucking magical with the one tall barrel in each as long as they stayed assembled
2 years ago·Reply
that whole, staying assembled, thing is super important!
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