8ft and smooth is all I've been getting lately lotsa fun with carvers set up on a Pool King deck
the pic is from the Patrick Kerr skatepark in roslyn/abington. Its fun. The smaller bowl is very tight. Feel like they tried to do too much in a tight space. Can't complain as its minutes from home and At my age I'm staying well below the coping and just trying to get thru sessions without crashing. Board seems to be working well with carver CX trucks. Its a nice stable platform think its 34 3/4x10 1/4, down south stinger model. Guys there were great contacted them despite listed as sold out, they had a couple blems/seconds around and hooked me up. Have green Star Trac Kryptonics on it but would like some new wheels, and suggestions appreciated.
Sick pic!!!Nice -- I knew I recognized it. Looks really fun, hope to get there sometime soon! Is there something in particular you are hoping to improve upon with new wheels? Everyone in my area is vibing on Alva Conicals (59mm -- probably too small for what you're doing). The design is supposed to minimize hangups -- so if you do happen to hit the coping, the beveled inner edge rolls right over it. You can barely feel the bump. Along those lines, my Slide surfskate has 65mm/78A wheels that are conical on both sides, feel incredibly smooth, and cover a lot of ground pretty effortlessly.
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Just to keep this going.... I learnt bluntsides........