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    Default Deck questions

    Hey everyone! I'm fairly new to longboarding and ive wanted to get into freeriding for some time now. I was thinking of getting a sector 9 dropper deck, but was wondering if there was anything better. I wanted a drop through symmetrical deck and thats why i chose this one. Any thoughts or advice?
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    The Sector9 Dropper is a solid choice. The most important thing is to get your feet on a board, any way possible. Find a local retailer that sells Sector9 and stand on the board. Get on it, move around a little, make sure it's comfortable for you and that it's something you'll ride. If it's not comfortable, you won't ride it. If you won't ride it, you won't improve your skating, and you will have wasted money.
    yes, an uber-grippy, square-lipped slalom wheel IS the best for sliding
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