For an amateur, the skate boat is probably not an important part of their overall image.
1. Bushings take a padded tour
|image from Hamboards|
The size of your skateboard trucks must match the size of your skateboard. If you need help to get the right size, many truck manufacturers have a graph that you can look after after measuring your deck. In general, experts say that the size of your trucks should be equal to a quarter of the total size of your frame.
In addition to the size of the trucks themselves, there is a small interior of the truck that influences the comfort of your ride. They are called camps and have a circular shape. As they crash the trash cans during a round, they are particularly concerned about the younger drivers who often fight to get smooth and balanced turns.
If you're new to skateboarding sports, try rigid trucks first, because they offer the greatest stability.
2. Select the correct height
|image from Mpora|
The height of your skateboard is also important because this feature is related to the overall diameter of your wheels. If you have lower lorries you will enjoy better stability, especially if you do tricks, but you must also have smaller wheels. Large trucks are a good choice if you prefer bigger wheels. These are good at raising and maintaining speed as if traveling with your skateboard to travel slowly over the distances.
3. Colorful Skateboard Trucks
|image from whateverskateboards|
Some trucks come in colors that bring a little extra style into your frame. Do not worry too much about this factor, as the trucks are not visible while driving. However, if you are the kind of person who will reflect any area of your skateboard to reflect your personality, you will find trucks that coincide with the overall color scheme. You will find shades of red, black, blue and more.
Always check your skateboards regularly so you can quickly see if something needs to be replaced. Once you replace some, you feel safe to perform regular maintenance on your board. Although the lorries look like a small part of your skateboard as a whole, as you have already learned, they make a difference in the fun of your ride, especially if you focus on a particular driving style.