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How do the angled risers effect the Krux on that set-up? Do they also increase the wheelbase slightly? I'm running mine with the standard risers, just curious R.C.

Nice laybacks btw.
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What park is that ???

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How do the angled risers effect the Krux on that set-up? Do they also increase the wheelbase slightly? I'm running mine with the standard risers, just curious R.C.

Nice laybacks btw.

I use the angled risers on my Krux, Indy, Trackers. Front only. It made a big difference carving, on decks with 17"+ wheel bases.

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I'm using a angled riser on the front also and it turns great!

Pimping it out w/ cloned Andrecht stickers.






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Yeah, like it with the stickers.  Can someone make BDS stickers for the routes?  Would be rad!


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On all three of my primary bowlriders I now ride Krux The Man w/ angled risers front & rear.

I like a quick-turning, responsive deck (so no, I don't ride Trackers for bowls ) and this combo is perfect IMO.
You really feel quick but still stable with the angled risers.
I find changing the kingpin/truck geometry (via angled risers) is a good alternative to simply tightening/loosening your trucks.
[And yes, that is the closest left pocket at Sayreville]


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Thanks for the info dogs. I'll give it a try on my Krux Man's.
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ahhhhh........... the Sims stickers are f'ing SICK !!!  How did you do that? One of my last main riders back in the day was a LAMAR........the blue SIMS  stickers.......that would look sick on a Gray OOT!!


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I think the stickers would be cool if someone photo shop'd "BDS" onto them, instead of SIMS.
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Here is my setup ...Krux Da Man,,,,, Bones G-bones---- Rockin Rons Ballistech Missiles bearings...........khiro angle riser up front ,,,,,,,flat 3/8 riser at the back



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My griptape looks right when the colors are reversed.....






However no good in real life colors..........the brain is a funny thing.........it did not turn out the way I thought it would




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On all three of my primary bowlriders I now ride Krux The Man w/ angled risers front & rear.

I like a quick-turning, responsive deck (so no, I don't ride Trackers for bowls ) and this combo is perfect IMO.
You really feel quick but still stable with the angled risers.
I find changing the kingpin/truck geometry (via angled risers) is a good alternative to simply tightening/loosening your trucks.
[And yes, that is the closest left pocket at Sayreville]



David, if you want responsive, why not the Tracker RT-X/RT-S series?
Yeah they are supposed to be for slalom..............but............

Great lay back BTW

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Quick turning responsive ?????????????????????







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