Your board can be cleaned by wiping it down with a damp cloth. You should not use any solvents, soap, or water to clean your board.
TIP: A toothbrush works great to clean out any debris and dirt around the drivetrain.
Adjusting the Kingpin
The nut on the front of each truck is on the kingpin. Adjusting this nut alters the turning dynamics of your board. Tighten or loosen a quarter to half turn at a time, then ride and adjust more if necessary. An overly tight kingpin will cause the board to be difficult to turn. An under tightened kingpin will turn much more easily however will be more unstable at higher speeds.
If you break a belt or your belt begins slipping on the gears, please contact email@example.com We have self service packs available for you to purchase including detailed video instructions.
If you would like to change the rear drive wheels or service the bearings, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org We have self service packs available for you to purchase including detailed video instructions.
If you would like to change the bushings to alter the turning dynamics of your trucks, this can be done simply with a skate tool or socket wrench yourself. We supply replacement bushings or you can purchase new ones. The current bushings are two barrel bushings per truck at 89a durometer.