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This weeks Crispy New New comes via Skate Warehouse customer Tara from Virginia and it definitely turned out to be a sick setup. With an Alien Workshop board, Theeve Trucks and Autobahn wheels all topped off with our own Skate Warehouse bearings, grip and hardware, we say you can’t go wrong!
Deck: Alien Workshop McGinness Black Holes Deck 8.12” x 31.75”
Trucks: Theeve CSX v3 Trucks 5.25 raw
Wheels: Autobahn Chimera Dual Duro 51mm
Bearings: Skate Warehouse Abec 5
Risers: Mini Logo 1/10” shock pads
Griptape: Skate Warehouse Die Cut
Harware: Skate Warehouse 1”
Alien Workshop is about as OG as it gets. They have a killer team, great shapes made at one of the best woodshops in the industry and killer graphics. This board is no exception.
The Theeve CSX v3 Trucks are Theeve’s take on a classic truck. Using the best elements out there they were able to generate a solid truck by incorporating the iconic “Bones Bushings” and Theeve True Turn Geometry. You’re getting Titanium alloy blend cast hangers and baseplates and grade 8 chromoly kingpins.
The Autobahn Chimera Dual Duro Wheels combine a hard inner core of 101a urethane and an outer tread of 97a urethane to create a smooth, stable ride on any terrain. The first dual durometer skateboard wheel on the planet.
Skate Warehouse bearings ABEC5 Black are a killer value. ABEC 5 rated. Removable, rubber coated shields on both sides. Newly designed shields produce less friction than most bearings. High-grade nylon ball bearing retainer, lubricated with premium synthetic oil. Black.
Skate Warehouse Die Cut Griptape sports die cut Skate Warehouse logo. 9” x 33” and the
Skate Warehouse Bulk Philips Hardware is probably the best bang for your buck (and I’m not just saying that ’cause I work here). Skate Warehouse offers the essential, no frills set of 8. 8 nuts. 8 bolts. Black. Thanks for caring.
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