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PLEASE NOTE: Expedited shipping and gift boxing are not available for this product. A $10.00 oversized shipping surcharge will be added to the order. Oversized shipping surcharges are excluded from shipping or promotional discounts. The Zero Switchblade grind rail features a central hinge, which allows the bar to be folded in half for easy storage and transportation; an internal sleeve is used to support the hinged area when fully assembled. The rail is 6' long fully extended and has three height settings from 6" to 12". U.S.A.
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Does this rail flex in the middle? im weigh about 95kgs and wanna know if it will stuff up my skating.

asked 2 years, 1 month ago
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No, it shouldn't. The Zero Switchblade Rail has very durable construction and should not be 'flexing' in the middle. I would recommend checking out some consumer reviews for yourself to see what other skaters are saying of the construction.
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How long is the rail when it is not extended all the way?

asked 2 years, 9 months ago
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When the Zero Switchblade Rail is broken down, the longest length of the rail is 36", or 3 feet long.
answered 2 years, 9 months ago
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How much weight can the rail support?

I am a heavier skater and would like a good sized rail to support me. i weigh around 210 and im 6' 2"
asked 2 years, 11 months ago
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Unfortunately, I could not find a specific weight restriction associated with the Zero Switchblade Rail. I've went to the vendor's website and even attempted to contact their Customer Service Team, but with no success. All I can speculate is that the rail will hold up to 400lbs without issue. I believe I saw that weight recommendation from another ramp manufacturer that uses steel in their construction as well.
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
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I need to find more about the storage quality.

Can the Zero Swtichblade fit in the trunk of a car, specifically a Ford Focus? Me and my friends usually drive up to smooth parking lots to work on our flat-ground tricks and it is now starting to get repetitive when we have nothing but smooth concrete to skate on, so we all decided to invest in our very first flatbar rail that can hopefully be brought anywhere we decide to skate and multiply our fun factor. All we want to know is, can the Zero Switchblade fit in the trunk of my vechicle? Much love to CCS BTW, Shane O'Neil <3
asked 2 years, 11 months ago
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When broken down, the Zero Switchblade Rail will definitely fit in the trunk of a car.
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Is there a kink in the rail when the two ends are put together??

Like, in the middle where you put the rail together, and if there is, does it effect skating too much?
asked 3 years, 3 months ago
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An internal sleeve is used to support the hinged area when the Zero Switchblade Rail is fully assembled. It should not effect your skating. This piece of equipment is designed for skateboards and most likely wouldn't be on the market if it didn't work properly.
answered 3 years, 3 months ago
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how thick is the top of the rail

from side to side
asked 4 years ago
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The width of the top rail for the Zero Switchblade Rail is 4" wide.
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does this rail really have 3 height settings and does it have hoes to screw it into something

if it does what are the 3 heights
asked 4 years ago
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The Zero Switchblade Rail does not have extra holes in the side to screw into a permanent fixture. The three height settings are 6", 9", and 12".
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Is there anything on the base plates to keep it from sliding around?

Any rubber or anything?
asked 4 years, 4 months ago
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The Zero Switchblade Rail does have rubber squares located on the bottom of the base plates to prevent sliding.
answered 4 years, 4 months ago
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Will there be an extra shipping charge?

asked 4 years, 8 months ago
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The Zero Switchblade Rail does not require an extra ship charge. The rail folds in half to fit in a box similar to a complete skateboard.
answered 4 years, 7 months ago
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