I don’t know that these two are strictly compatible, the trucks are similar to caliber, but not quite the same. If this is your first board (maybe you just mean first DIY?), this is a heck of a high dollar setup to just jump right into. Board dynamics sells the trucks with mounts for belts. I would start with those, they’re solid, and you to gear drives later on if you decide belts aren’t good enough.
Thanks for the replies. I do plan on getting an enclosure or making one. Both @eBoosted and @BigBen seem like good options, and i would prefer to go that route. However, I don’t the either one of them has made one for the deck I am using, but I may be able to use a Jet Spud enclosure. I realize flipsky isn’t the best quality, and I originally planned on using Maytech motors. However, my parents already got me a motor from flipsky, and they don’t give refunds.
I’ve got all of my components figured out and ordered except my battery and enclosure. I plan on making my own enclosure, and I would like to make a battery pack out of 40T cells. Right now I’m trying to figure out how to layout the cells, and I figured out a way to make it all fit. However, I’m not sure if it will work.
I would like to spot weld my battery, but I don’t know if the spot welders I have access to will work. If they don’t work, I will either build a 3D printed pack or see if someone will spot weld the p-groups for me.
No, I’ve never welded a battery before. I have access to an American Beauty 105-A3 and a home built spot welder. I saw @BluPenguin post yesterday as well, so I think I might do that. I realize 10s4p is large, but I’ve decided to make this more of a general cruiser instead of a small commuter.