Welcome to the Landyachtz skateboard builder. Here, you’ll be able to choose from a number of deck, truck and wheel combinations to dial in your own perfect skateboard! We’ve picked only components that will work with your setup so don’t hesitate to play around with different truck and wheel combos.
WELCOME TO THE LANDYACHTZ
You can choose to have us assemble the board for you or we’ll give you a FREE SKATE TOOL, if you choose to assemble the board yourself! See below for our assembly video and step by step guide on how to assemble a skateboard! We’ll also hookup free stickers to further customize your complete.
ASSEMBLE YOUR SKATEBOARD
Assembling your own complete skateboard is super easy and a fun way to really get to know your new skateboard. It’s also a great way to learn how to change up components properly and quickly so you can transform the way your deck skates, simply by changing the trucks or wheels! We’ve put together this step by step guide and video to show you exactly what to do when your unassembled board arrives.
HOW TO SET UP YOUR SKATEBOARD
Step 1: Insert the hardware bolts through your deck, from the grip side
Step 2: Place risers onto bolts on the graphic side of your deck, note there are two wheelbase options!
Step 3: Put your trucks over the risers with Kingpins towards the center of the board
Step 4: Screw nuts onto ends of bolts, securing trucks and risers
Step 5: Use your free skate tool to tighten all bolts so hardware head is flush with grip tape
Step 6: Remove axel nuts and speed rings from trucks. Set speed rings aside.
Step 7: Place Spaceball bearings on axels and press wheels over bearings (watch the video for a cool trick!)
Step 8: Place wheel with inserted bearings on axel, graphic side out and tighten axel nut so there is no wheel slop and wheel spins freely. You don't need the speed rings with Spaceballs! Repeat for all 4 wheels
Step 9: Adjust Truck kingpin nut for desired board feel. Tight = Stable, Loose = Carvey
Step 10: Sticker up your deck!
Step 11: Go Skate!
"The nice thing about setting up your own board is that you get to know the board from the inside out. It’s the real difference between a board and YOUR board!”