I am amazed by the E-board community on here. I obviously had to read around 30 minutes of the forum to post this post… Yes, I made an account to be able to post what i’m selling. I hope one of y’all find this to be a great deal and use it well. I figured I would offer it to the masters of e-skates themselves because it is pretty unique. I am asking $900.
I did not get as much use out of my board as I hoped, so I am selling it. I hope to revisit this forum once I need an electric skateboard again for campus.
Quick Edit: I prefer not to split the parts up…
$900 for a single drive hub kit, no trucks or deck?
@iamasalmon I apologize for the inconvenience.
What would you think is a fair price?
I figured for an MSRP of 1,100 it wasn’t too bad.
The price is right compared to the MSRP, but since we can get the hubs at $120 each and way better electronics at half the cost? No worth our hard earned pesos…try Reddit or Facebook maybe? More people who want easy solutions there
Pretty low chance anyone on here is gonna buy it no matter the price, the target demographic for something like this wouldn’t be on a DIY forum. Someone surfing for eskate stuff on ebay may buy it. I’d also consider listing locally on facebook/craigslist/offerup etc.
@ZachTetra @A13XR3 Understood. Makes good sense.
Appreciate the advice rather than a slap to the face.
Lmao. I’m sorry man. I really had to do it haha
Took one of those kits for a spin once and it was actually pretty nice!!
Good luck with the sale brother
Welcome to the forum! Made a few changes to the listing to keep it in line with our selling guidelines. Let me know if you have any questions. GLWS!