Skateboarding: user guide, repair

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SKATEBOARD

2023

Our complete boards, designed by our skating teams, allow the greatest number of people to start and improve their skills in the street or on ramps.

Do you have a skateboard? Read all our solutions for repairing, maintaining, and correctly using your product while extending its life span.

Skateboarding: user guide, repair

TECHNICAL DETAILS AND MAINTENANCE:

REPLACING YOUR TRUCKS

As with the trucks, use your T-tool to loosen the nut around the axle (at the end of the truck axle) to free the wheel from its nut. Be careful to only loosen it slightly so that the wheel can turn without coming off the truck.

Skateboarding: user guide, repair

HOW TO MAKE SURE THE WHEELS ARE RUNNING SMOOTHLY

As with the trucks, use your T-tool to loosen the nut around the axle (at the end of the truck axle) to free the wheel from its nut. Be careful to only loosen it slightly so that the wheel can turn without coming off the truck.

Skateboarding: user guide, repair

WHAT TO DO IF YOUR BOARD BECOMES SOFT

A skateboard deck has a limited lifespan. Natural wear and tear will cause the board to soften and deteriorate with time and repeated impacts. If your board is too worn, we recommend replacing it. To do this, just remove the trucks from your worn board and put them on your new board (with a new grip).

When you skate frequently, it's normal for the board to wear out quickly.
As a reference, if you skate 4 hours per week, we recommend replacing your board about every 3 months.

ADJUSTING SKATEBOARD TRUCKS

Skateboarding: user guide, repair

REPLACING SKATEBOARD TRUCKS

Skateboarding: user guide, repair

REPLACING SKATEBOARD WHEELS

Skateboarding: user guide, repair

REPLACING SKATEBOARD BEARINGS

Skateboarding: user guide, repair

Replacing skateboard bushings

Skateboarding: user guide, repair

Replacing the pivot cup in a skateboard truck

Skateboarding: user guide, repair