CNC wheel wells compatible with adjustable truck mounting patterns. 5/8th inch drop behind front truck placement to create a pocket to lock in your foot allowing the rider to keep their footing stable and apply extra weight towards the nose to increase stability. Mellow W concave in back of board for complete board feel and control. Top downhill rider, Scott "Scoot" Smith's pro model.
|Board Series:||Sector 9 Downhill Series|
|Deck Construction:||9 Ply Maple|
|Wheel Base (in):||28.5, 29.0, 29.5, 30.0|
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Comments about Sector 9 Tiffany 37.2" Downhill Division Longboard Deck:
This board is amazing. Because of its length it is great for freerideing like standies and holding them out. It locks you in because of the w concave in back and drop in the front. It also has really sharp rails that lock you in when your doing slides. One thing I don't like about this board is the graphic on top where you put your griptape. Another graphic I don't like is the scoot smith in left corner.
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Q:Could I use this board with some gullwing sidewinders with hard bushings as a good board for mellow hills
A:You can put Sidewinders on this board, and using some hard bushings will help the trucks not feel so loose. But the double kingpin on the Sidewinders have a surf-like feel and will turn quicker than most trucks, which can increase chances of speed wobbles on hills. Mellow hills will be about as steep as you will want to ride with the Sidewinders.
Q:what would be the biggest wheel you could go with without getting wheel bite on 150mm trucks?
A:The maximum wheel size you can use is going to depend on how loose your trucks are and how tall you risers are. If you are not using risers and your trucks are very loose you may not want to go bigger then a 58mm wheels. However, If you decide to use risers it can make a big difference. I currently ride a normal skate deck with 1/2 inch risers and use 70mm wheels and I do not get to much wheel bite (especially with how loose my trucks are.) This board doe have a little bit of a wheel cut out. If you are wanting wheels as big as 70mm I would get a 1/4 inch riser pad.
Q:Will this board work with Randal R-11 150mm trucks?
A:150mm are too small, go with 180mm or 195mm.
A:Yes this board would work great with those trucks