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7.6 x 31.6 or 8 x 31.9 Built with Royal Trucks, Enjoi Whitey Panda 53mm Wheels, Enjoi Abec 7 Bearings, Enjoi Hardware, True Grit Griptape. Save $10.
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Wheels

I want wider wheels, is it possible to upgrade wheels?
 
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The Enjoi Whitey Panda Complete, will come with Enjoi Whitey Panda 53mm Wheels. You are likely going to need to buy "wider" wheels separately from the complete deck. For questions or concerns about upgrading to the Kryptonics Star Track Wheels, please contact CCS Customer Service at 1-800-477-9283.
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What is the height & weight of the trucks?

Are these low/mids/or highs
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The Royal trucks on the Enjoi Whitey Panda Complete are more near the Mid range height. I can't take the truck off of the deck to get a weight for you; but from past experience in weighing different branded trucks, I would say these trucks are probably around 12.64 oz each.
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bearings

what type of bearings does it have
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The Enjoi Whitey Panda Complete is shipped with Enjoi Abec 7 Bearings.
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what size are the trucks?

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Altho not actually stated on the truck itself, the width of the Royal trucks on the Enjoi Whitey Panda Complete must be 7.6" as well because they line up nicely with the edge of the deck.
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does the griptap wear out fast or is it long lastin??? does it grip like mob???

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The griptape on the Enjoi Whitey Panda Complete seems less coarse than the Mob brand, but should withstand regular skateboard riding. How long it will actually last depends on your skating style and can not really be determined.
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Trouble with Size

im 5"7 and i weigh 127 pounds. i have no idea what size of skateboard i am. i tried out an 8" board but it was a bit too big. Does anyone have any recommendations?
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I can provide a general guide for shoe sizes when choosing skateboards, but deck width should be based around your riding style, size, and personal preference: (dimension is the width of the deck)
So, first with the style:
7.5"-8"___standard deck for adult riders skating streets or doing more technical tricks
8.0"-8.25"___skating pools, ramps, and parks
8.25" and larger___vert, pools, cruising or 'old school' riding
Next by size:
Age 13 & older, taller than 5'3", shoe size 09.0 and bigger__use a Full Size deck, 7.5" & larger
Age 9-12yrs old, between 4'5"-5'2" tall, shoe size 7-8__use a Mid Size deck, 7.3"
Age 6-8 yrs old, between 3'5"-4'4", shoe size 4-6__use a Mini deck, 7.0"
Age 5yrs & younger, under 3'4", shoe size 3 and smaller__use a Micro deck, 6.5" to 4.75"
Personal preference: Concave
There are three types of concave, or 'dip', 'bowl', however you see it, to the deck___
Mellow....offers a more flat deck for flat-footed style skating (Baker, Flip, Zero)
Medium...a bit deeper 'bowl' than the mellow, yet not as deep as a steep concave (Girl, Chocolate, Alien Workshop, Almost)
Steep...edges of deck are turned up quite a bit so feet can really grip deck (Black Label, Element, Anti-Hero)
Please keep in mind I just threw some brands out there that seem to generalize in one concave, yet there are always exceptions.
Use the same width for the truck as the deck is, or slightly narrower if needed. You don't want the truck sticking out past the deck. The tightness of a skateboard truck can be adjusted using the Kingpin. A tighter truck will be more stiff and stable offering a feeling of better control or balance for some skaters. However, a looser truck will turn more easily. Most skaters will stick with a Mid Size, or standard truck, which is good for all around use, including street or park skating. A Mid truck uses 53-56mm. Use a Low truck for extra stability when doing flip tricks, and also for smaller wheels, 50-53mm. And High trucks are great for 'cruising & carving' and are designed for large wheels, 56mm and bigger.
General rule for wheel size...smaller wheels are slower, bigger wheels are faster.
50-54mm- slower, but stable & good for trick riding and smaller riders
54-60mm- beginners of all sizes riding ramp, park, or street
60mm> longboards, 'old school' riding, used for speed & rougher surfaces
You'll hear the term 'Durometer', which is the hardness of the wheels. General rule; harder wheels are faster, softer wheels are slower but have better grip. Standard skateboard wheel has a durometer of 99a.
78a-87a= soft wheel good for rough surfaces, longboards or street boards that need a lot of grip
88a-95a= slightly harder & faster with a little less traction, but grip is still pretty good
96a-99a= good speed & grip...good wheel for beginners, street, ramp & park skating
100a< hardest, fastest with the least amount of grip
Other tidbits....
Bearings are the same size and will fit any wheel. Some bearings are really expensive and will probably provide the smoothest ride, yet this is a matter of personal preference.
Riser pads are used to prevent 'Wheel Bite', when the wheels actually hit the underside of the deck. Shock pads can also help keep hardware from vibrating loose. For the most part, the longer the deck and the larger the wheel, the more height is needed in the riser pad.
Hardware is a matter of choice. Just be sure to get long enough bolts, especially when using Riser Pads:
7/8" to 1" length- no riser
1" to 1 1/8" length- 1/8" riser pad
1 1/4" length- 1/4" riser pad
1 1/2" length- 1/2" riser pad
And, let's not forget the stuff to help keep you on the deck, griptape. Different manufacturers will have varied coarseness to their tape. The lower grit tape is more rough and will have the best traction, but will also tear up shoes quicker.
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how much does it weigh?

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The weight of the Enjoi Whitey Panda Complete is, 5lbs.
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Is it 7 ply or risen 8 ?

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The construction of the Enjoi Whitey Panda Complete is, resin-7 (7 ply Canadian hard rock maple w/ resin adhesive).
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Can it be sent unassembled?

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For information on the Enjoi Whitey Panda Complete being shipped unassembled. Please contact our customer service department.
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Has this been assembled?

Has this been assembled?
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Yes, the Enjoi Whitey Panda Complete has been assembled.
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Do you get 8.00 trucks with the 8.00 complete?

I was wondering if the trucks were the appropriate size for the deck.
asked 3 years, 11 months ago
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yes, you will receive the correctly sized trucks.
answered 3 years, 9 months ago
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this board is a 7.5 so the trucks are 7.5
answered 3 years, 10 months ago
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The Royal trucks for the size 8.00 Enjoi Whitey Panda Complete would be the appropriate size for the deck, which is also a size 8.0.
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Right size board?

Im 5'6" and 155lbs. would this board be an ok fit? if not could you recomend a good size? I have an 8" wide deck and its too much to flip so i though smaller would help.
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no get a 7.75 or a 7.88
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I'm 6'0, 160lbs and a size 7"60 would be good. Just when you are doing kick flips move your foot up more toward the bolts.
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it depends bro you can get a smaller board but it might not be as good of a ride for you it also depends on you shoe size im about the same as you but im 5'9 and i skate a 8.00 but iv gotten use to it maybe u can try somthing smaller or just get a lighter skateboard at ur size
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We would recommend ordering a size 7.5 deck or higher when purchasing the Enjoi Whitey Panda Complete skateboard.

Here is a link to helpful hints/guidelines for sizing information:

http://www.warehouseskateboards.com...
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