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friendofshralpster

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i noticed today when riding 2 different width trucks that the turn was different. they were the same tightness and everything, im pretty sure its width that did it. it makes sense that a longer space between the wheels would make the circle bigger, but does anyone else have experience with this?
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If the angles are the same the narrower the truck the quicker the turn.
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yeah what he said... the narrower the tighter, that is why some people, including myself, sometimes use narrower trucks up front and wider in the back. i do this on my bfII
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i have a narrow in the front and a wide in the back too. i find that it makes a good compromise with the turn.
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