Have a safe ride on your longboard wheels
It is a responsibility of taking care about yourself and others on the road. Therefore, one needs to make sure that their longboard is in proper working condition so that you can always take a safe ride when you need one. This post is especially written for those who want to know more about longboard wheels and how to take care of them.
Longboard wheels are constructed for use in riding a longboard. They range in size from 65 to 100 mm. Since they are bigger than usual skateboard wheels, longboard wheels add to stability and safety of riding it. They also ensure a more comfortable ride. In the process of longboard wheels manufacturing, hard plastic cores are usually used instead of solid polyurethane, which would make the wheels thick and heavy, in addition to their size.
Longboard wheels, ajust like other board wheels, come in different levels of hardness, measured with the durometer A scale. The wheels of softer kind are rated at 75a, and the harder are on top with rates of 99A. Some manufacturers rely on the B/D scales, which have better accuracy and offer a wide range of hardness types.
The lighter and shorter you are, the smaller wheels you might need. Bigger folks actually have the advantages of using longboards more, since the wheels used by longboards are bigger. It means that if you are a tall big person, there is no much need to search for the right size of wheels when using a longboard.
If you need to get new longboard wheels, think about the type of wheels you need to be safe on the road and to have a smooth pleasant and comfortable ride. You should take into consideration your weight and height measurements, as well as the quality of the materials the wheels are made of.