The answer to your question might depend more on the weight of the individual. To avoid wheel bite, you want to be sure the gap between the deck & wheel is large enough not to rub against each other when turning. Heavier people that still want to use low trucks might have to use a riser to avoid this. Or, like you said, you can just order mid trucks to help with this as well. Anyway you can hop on a friend's board that might have a low truck set up to compare and see how it feels for you? As far as wheel size, a good overall wheel is between 54-60mm and has a durometer of 96a-99a. Want even more speed, get larger wheels.
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