Arbor Zeppelin Longboard Complete
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Arbor Zeppelin Longboard Complete

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33 x 8.5in


Deck Material: Maple
Type: Cruiser
Width: 8.5in
Overall Length: 33in
Wheelbase: 23.5in
Trucks: Gullwing Sidewinder 9.0
Bearings: Abec 5
Wheel Size: 71mm
Wheel Durometer: 78A
Recommended Use: Crusing, Skating, Commuting
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Arbor Zeppelin Longboard Complete

The Zeppelin is built around Gullwing Sidewinder trucks, with a narrow platform that delivers the rail-to-rail control needed for a supremely responsive ride and an exceptional carving experience. Artist: Hunter Patrick

Key Features of the Arbor Zeppelin Longboard Complete:
  • L: 33.00” W: 8.50” WB: 23.50”
  • 7 maple plies, with our premium wood top
  • Wood material comes from sustainable sources of supply
  • Wood by-product is reclaimed for use in other products
  • Decks are produced using eco friendly water-based sanding sealers
  • Trucks: Gullwing Sidewinder 9.0”
  • Double Kingpin
  • Width: 161mm
  • Bushing: premium 89a cone & barrel combo
  • Wheels: Arbor Sucrose Initiative – Summit Series
  • Balanced grip and drift performance
  • Rebound and power to hug the road
  • Size: 71.0mm
  • Durometer: 78a
  • Contact Patch: 56mm
  • Offset: 2.5mm
  • Core: Groovetube – reduces distortion for improved contact
  • Formula: Sucrose – performance, durability, less petroleum
  • Bearings: ABEC 5
  • Risers: 1/8” recycled plastic
  • Grip: Lucid Grip – clear spray-on grip made from crushed recycled glass


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Would a guy that weighs 350 lbs be able to ride that board or would there be a better board for me?
Zak S on Nov 24, 2014
Best Answer: Zak,
Most skate boards have similar ply construction and would be not robust enough for you. I would actually recommend you take a look at Lib Tech's Skate Boards. They are built with carbon and fiberglass layers and a snowboard like epoxy resin. They are about the most durable available.
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