Omen CNC routered the wheelwells and flushmounts to improve the aesthetics as well as structural integrity. In addition, they also added routed ribs to the bottom of the deck to reduce weight, provide hand holds, and to look badass. By leaving the 3" stinger in the center of the deck unroutered, the deck retains insane pop while shaving down over a pound of weight from the original Sugar.
|Truck Mount Style:||Standard Top Mount|
|Deck Construction:||9-Ply Canadian Maple|
|Note on Grip:||Deck Comes Ungripped|
|Wheel Base (in):||20.5|
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Q:What size of trucks would you recommend for the minisugar? How well would Paris 180s work?
A:I would go with Indys 169
A:yeah they would work. i would recommend getting the 150's though