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Diamond Tails are Forever

the 37" Diamond Tail, by Gravity, has a cambered body made of maple ply-wood and sandwiched between carbon fiber. (G Tech Fiber) the "bounce" it creates makes the turns hard and quick. the full deck comes with Tacker B2, 149mm trucks, and Abec 5 bearings, with gravity angled risers, on gravity 66mm wheels, your choice of soft medium and hard. i really like the loose turns and hard angles this board can do, but in the beginning, it may literally throw some riders off, because if the turns are too sharp, the wheels can catch onto the board edge and cause them to suddenly stop. once you get used to it, the balance and turning action is so smooth and the nice tail allows plenty of kick. i'm very happy with it and for 30% off sticker price, i'm glad i bought it. it's a nose riding cruiser but also light weight enough for most hard riding, including pools and ramps. [equipbug]

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