For use in trucks that require Tall Bushings (such as Ronin, Bear Kodiak, Arsenal) TallBarrels offer the next step up in stability above the TallCones and are often used for a broad range of skating disciplines depending on the skaters skill level and personal preference. Awesome as a double-barrel application, but amazingly changeable when paired with a Cone, Chubby or FatCone - depending on whether you're searching to find a carvy, surfy feel (TallBarrel/TallCone), one with more stability (TallBarrel/TallFatCone) or one that is great for flat-out speed (TallBarrel/TallChubby).
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Harder KranK durometer bushings (96a & 93a) are for heavier-weight riders (over 140lbs) as harder durometer bushings allow for a nice tight set-up.
Medium KranK durometer bushings (90a & 87a) are best for medium-weight riders (100 - 140lbs) as well as for those looking for a looser setup in the RoadSide position when coupled with a harder duro bushing.
Softer KranK durometer bushings (84a) are best for lightweight riders (50 - 100lbs). Super fun for those looking for a really loose setup.
PLEASE NOTE: The KranK Formula has quite a bit of adjustability - so order accordingly! You can tighten the kingpin nut up to two full turns to 'harden' or 'loosen' the duro.
Excellent when used as a Double Barrel combo - but incredibly fun and variable when used in the Roadside position in combo with other shapes & or duro's in the Boardside position. (All shapes & sizes of RipTide Bushings are available in the KranK formula!)
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