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16 April , 2013, 20:46:17 PM
Hi guys i want to know what trucks are good for sliding, let me know brands and models please. Not too pricey aswell, 500 rand max thanx :)

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17 April , 2013, 10:15:54 AM
hi dave, there aren't really specific trucks for sliding, you will however probably do better on 50 degree angled trucks rather than any of the lower angled trucks.
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17 April , 2013, 18:22:04 PM
Thanx man! are there any trucks you would recommend me looking at? im still a beginner, so doesnt have to be the best.

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18 April , 2013, 08:04:07 AM
Paris are quite nice for free riding. Sabre also now brought out a 180mm hanger and their trucks are really nice with hollow kingpins and hollow axles which helps make them lighter.
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18 April , 2013, 17:59:27 PM
Thanx for the help man, will check them out

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18 April , 2013, 21:29:06 PM
no sweat dude.
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