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Old December 19th, 2016, 04:30 PM   #3
GraySk8ter
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Default Replace rubber cushions

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Originally Posted by Mort View Post
Also, sometimes truck action gets stuck a little where it won't return to neutral every time (grease fixes that usually), so firm suspension tightened up with that flexing plate also reduces the likelihood of cushions deforming, sliding, then getting stuck while being used (action), ya know, instead of returning to center.
If the skate plate will accept urethane cushions, use the hardest available and just snug the kingpin. They center much faster than rubber and last for longer periods of time.

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