|Deck Construction:||Recycled Plastic|
|Deck Features:||Standard Top-Mount|
|Trucks:||Century 79mm Trucks|
|Wheels & Bearings:|
|Extras:||Phillips Head Hardware|
|Wheel Base (in):||14.0|
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Q:I currently have this board, but I've been thinking of buying the Salvo 27" Deck and just swapping the trucks and wheels. This comes with 79mm trucks and the Gold Coast Salvo has 129mm.
A:You could get away with the 79mm trucks, because the board does taper at the nose and tail. But they may still be a little narrow for the deck and ride kinda funky. I'd really recommend getting the 129mm trucks for a better ride.
Q:what is the biggest wheel size i can put on this board?
A:As is, I wouldn't put on anything bigger than 60mm. You can put any size wheel on you want, but you may need riser pads it they get too big.
Q:how much would it flex? ( I weigh 130 pounds)
A:The board will flex a little because it is plastic. However it will not break from you riding it unless you are doing lots of tricks and drops. Check out the review http://youtu.be/es9BU0Rx6YY
Q:what is the weight limit for this board
A:There is no posted weight limit. However, It should comfortably be able to support up to 220lb (as long as you are just cruising and not trying to tricks or jumping down stairs.)
Q:do the bearings spin well compared to, say the penny bearings?
A:Both the Globe and the Penny boards come with Abec 7 bearings that spin very well.