I have been looking for awhile for smaller longboard wheels that could slide well but grip up when needed. So after hearing @skunk talk about these wheels I had to give them a shot. Road my friends push board for a hour and so and fell in love. They had the perfect amount of grip well still being capable of putting them into a controlled slide. So I set out to design a pulley for them.
The pulley would be a bolt on 6061 aluminum raw finish and to get the sets we would need at least 5 people in for a set of 2 minimum. Price is undecided yet.
- Go ahead, lets see what happens
- Shitty Idea go back to school
- I’d Be interested
- Seems cool but needs more information
They will be for 15mm belts.
Please by all means criticize the shit out of it. I wanna here all of your opinions.
@moon you seem to be a pulley god, what do you have to say?
I hope your pulley is nicer than your face.
well fuck, Ive been defeated. @mmaner close the thread my feeling are hurt.
@Sapphirinia, you’ve been waiting a couple years for this, no?
I would be willing to try these out in 36t, I like the feel of these wheels as well.
edit: actually smaller teeth ground clearance will be a thing
I had to check 30T because 28T was not an option
I like that Idea, but I wonder how tooth engagement would be
Sign me up.
Would be great to do some testing, my guess is 36t will be too big.
@yelnats8j Staley, we’re using 32T on 78mm Mach1 wheels due to clearance so on 70mm wheels you need to use less teeth.
Or you can use 3m profile
I like my skateboards to wail like a banshee on acid. I hear 3m is the way to achieve this.
Yes, I forgot to add that.
I have a few sets of these…would be interesting to see
36T would be my limit on 78mm wheels
For these 30 to 32 would be the best in my opinion.
Too small and I worry about belt slipping.
Mounting clearance also maybe a bit problem with this small wheels
I feel like a low profile hex clamp could be made for surfrodz tkp.
Would only cover 5 sides leaving the road side of hanger exposed.