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Voltage Graffiti Skateboard

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Beschrijving

Een volledig full size Voltage skateboard met lichte trucks en harde 99A wielen, voor een goede combinatie van snelheid en grip.
100% Canadees Esdoorn deck, warm geperst met Americaanse stijve lijm.

Specificaties

Deck lengte:
78.7cm (31'')
Deck materiaal:
Esdoorn, 7-ply
Deck breedte:
19cm (7.5'')
Deck specificaties:
Dubbele kick-tail
Concaaf:
Ja
Wieldiameter:
54mm
Wielhardheid:
99A
Lager precisie:
ABEC-7
Truck-type:
Standaard kingpin
Truck-grootte:
129mm (5'')
Griptape:
Pre-gripped

Recensies

Het 4de skateboard maar de minste tot nu toe, rammelt bij de truncks, heb de metalen plaatjes verwijderd en dan is het wat beter.
Gerwin Struijs (Hoogkarspel)
27.09.2016
Beoordeling: 2 van 5!
Antwoord van SkatePro:  Wat jammer dat je niet helemaal tevreden bent met dit skateboard!
Je bent natuurlijk welkom om contact met ons op te nemen, dan helpen we je graag.

/Laura
Dit board loopt scheef. Gelukkig was de service perfect en hebben we het kunnen omruilen.
Wendy Frank (Vleuten)
04.05.2016
Beoordeling: 1 van 5!
I bought this skateboard for my 8-year-old son. Unfortunately, he was not very happy with it, says it keeps turning in one direction (not balanced right) and is hard to steer. I don't think anything is wrong with the board, but maybe it is just not the right board for my son.
Mark Schravesande (Arnhem)
06.01.2016
Beoordeling: 3 van 5!
Antwoord van SkatePro:  I'm sorry to read that your son is not very happy with his skateboard. This could have several reasons.

The bushings in the trucks, are comparable to shoes. They need to be worn in for a while, before they bent along with his movements. This could take a few kilometers. In the start it is quite normal that the board turns a bit to one side. Normally this goes away by time, but you could try to loosen the lock nut on the king pin a bit. The king pin is the big bolt that holds the trucks onto the deck. Sometimes this solves the problem, sometimes you have to straighten the bushings a bit, if they are out of place.

If this doesn't work, it could be that your son it a bit too light for this board. His weight could be too low to pressure the deck enough to make the bushings smoother/softer. It could help to replace the bushings with softer ones, so that he has to do less effort to make the board turn.

Feel free to contact us with some pictures of the board, so that we can have a look, to be sure there is no defect. Maybe we could ship you some new bushings for free, if none of the above works.

/Laura