Assembly & Tuning


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MOUNTING YOUR BINDINGS

Tools you will need:
- Phillips Screwdriver
- 10mm socket or crescent wrench

Step 1:
Locate the S2 hardware pack in the bag containing your S2 bindings.
There you will find: mounting screws (4); mounting nuts (4); height adjustment screws (4).

Step 2:
Insert metal S2 base through plastic topper and adjust to desired height using the 4x S2 height adjustment screws.

Step 3:
Locate pre-drilled binding mount holes on the deck.

Step 4:
Mount bindings to deck using the diagram to the right. Make sure to tighten all nuts firmly so that the screw heads are flush with the bottom of the deck. Adjust angle to desired position before tightening nuts.

MOUNTING YOUR TRUCKS

Tools you will need:
- Phillips Screwdriver
- 10mm socket or crescent wrench

Step 1:
Find the eight pre-drilled mounting holes on underside of the deck.
Poke holes through grip tape.

Step 2:
Insert the eight mounting bolts through the TOP side of the deck. Mount trucks to the bottom of the deck with the center wheels facing inwards.

Step 3:
Tighten eight nuts firmly (bolt heads should be flush with top of deck).

HOW TO TUNE YOUR FREEBORD

Always give your Freebord a safety check before you ride. Check for wear and tear on the wheels, deck, trucks and bindings. Check all nuts and bolts to make sure they are tight (including wheel and kingpin nuts). Every rider is different and how you tune your board will have a big impact on how fast you learn and how well you ride. Experiment with the following adjustments to figure out how to adjust your board to best fit your riding style.

Hangar

One of the first thing you’ll want to do when you get your freebord is adjust the tension of the hangar. This can be done by loosening or tightening the king pin nut. Small adjustments mean a lot and every rider is different. If you’re a smaller rider make them looser so that it’s easier to carve/slide, heavier riders do the opposite. Loose trucks carve more and slide less. Tighter trucks slide more and carve less. Set your front truck looser than your back truck to help initiate slides. Set them to equal tension if you plan to ride switch at all. Check for cracks and also check if they have bowed out to form a “u