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Bearings

These control the spin of your wheel and can greatly improve your push efficiency

  

Most bearings are measured by an ABEC rating. The higher the ABEC rating, the more accurate and precise the bearing will be. This rating system includes grades 1, 3, 5, 7, and 9. The ABEC rating does not specify many critical factors, such as load handling capabilities, ball precision, materials, material Rockwell hardness, degree of ball and raceway polishing, noise, vibration, and lubricant. Due to these factors, an ABEC 3 classified bearing could perform better than an ABEC 7 bearing.

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Wheels

  

The  wheels on a board are specific to the surface you want to skate, for  instance a softer wheel can be used outside for better rollover and a  harder one can be used to slide and maneuver on smoother surfaces  better.

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Trucks

Trucks control turning and shock resistance from tricks. The sizing must be matched up with the deck you have.

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Hardware

  

This  is necessary but really doesn't really have  an aesthetic use other  than finding the front of your board with minimal effort.

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Griptape

  

This  is used to keep a good grip on your board, when you land a flip trick  you need to be able to catch onto the surface of your board. so that is  why you need this.

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Decks

 There are many different parts that need to be taken into consideration when you get a deck from the design to the sizing.

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Tools

  

This category covers T-tools all the way through bearing pullers.

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