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Skateboarding is a time-consuming hobby that can really wear down your skateboard hardware. New bearings, kingpin nuts, griptape, truck bolts, and wheels are just a few things on a worn skateboard that would need to be replaced.
Stunts and constant skateboarding, especially on rough terrain like gravel or torn asphalt, can do major damage to the bottom of your board’s parts; sending small rocks or dirt particles into the wheels to break down the hardware mechanisms. The screws can take the biggest on-road pounding when it comes to skateboard hardware. They range from hex heads, square heads, Phillips heads, or just small bumps; all easily replaced.