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MileHighMark

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What risers are you guys running with your seismics?


Depends on wheel size, deck's concave, wheel well position, etc.

My fave is 1/4" hard and 1/8" soft per-truck.
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Thanks Mark. Ya, I should have specified it would be for a pool/park/ditch board. I'm considering Seismics for my next ride, whatever that may be.... hopefully a BDS Flores, if I can find one!

BTW, you guys seem to have the best selection of Siesmics and parts at Mile High, so if I "go seismic", I'll definitley buy from you!

Thanks again for the info.

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OldKook,
Because the Seismics don't have the bushing that conventional trucks have working as a cushion, it is good to have at least one layer of soft riser.

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OldKook,
Because the Seismics don't have the bushing that conventional trucks have working as a cushion, it is good to have at least one layer of soft riser.

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Absolutely! Otherwise it's a damn rough ride.
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Ahh, very good to know! Thanks!!
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