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When the break goes flat, head out on the Arbor Cross Step Longboard and dial your old-school surf moves on the concrete wave. This 46- inch -long, 10- inch –wide deck provides plenty of board for cross-stepping, hanging ten, or just cruising the sidewalk. The Cross Step’s 6-ply hard rock maple construction resists chipping and cracking, while its stringer patterned power ply topsheet adds extra strength and vintage style.

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Can I get it with Gullwing trucks?

Can I get it with Gullwing trucks?

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I've ridden a lot of Arbor Longboards, before they bought out and after Sector Nine bought them out. I love my Revenge trucks, they are one of the tightest turning trucks on the market. I would take Revenge all day over Gullwing. This is also a stiff board seeing that its Canadian Maple and Koa, so these trucks with that board are a nice combination. If I'm correct this is just a newer name for the old Fleetwood Arbor had made for a long time before they were bought out. Great board with a stiff concave, so easy to ride even my mom would take it out.

Can you get this board with larger...

Can you get this board with larger some Gumballs?

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No, sorry you would have to buy those separately. This complete just comes with 70mm wheels from Arbor.

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Umm...being a pretty avid longboarder, I know that the 70mm wheels are big enough to do pretty much whatever you need to do, but I understand if you want bigger wheels too - while I love dogfunk, sometimes you have to branch out - what I would suggest, and while it takes more time, is go on ebay and buy a truck set(with gumballs) (|66%3A2|65%3A12|39%3A1|240%3A1318|301%3A1|293%3A1|294%3A50)

and then buy the board seperately (

while this costs more, it's basically because gumballs are quite expensive wheels (like $55 for a set) - otherwise, you'd honestly be fine with the wheels arbor provides (they're actually made by arbor, same as the deck)

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Yeah you can get whatever want! I you like to customize..... Have you ever checked out BCLongboards? They have alot of cool custom options, you can create your own shape of board and what ever graphic you want on your boards. hope this helped at all.