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Old 10-06-2005   #1
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hey, i got a knew board(Zero) and i put my trucks from my previous board on my zero, the problem is that whenever i push the board goes the right, the guy at the store said that the bushings have to mold in but they were on my last board, can someone tell me wat to do
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get new bushings, like duh-duhs (i think thats what i have) but before you buy new ones rotate the ones you have now.
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it could possibly be that you need new bushing. or the pivot cup is worn out. mine get like that and i dunno the prob. those are the only things that can happen though.
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You probably put the truck on crooked, loosen your trucks or readjust it.
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Well...there's always the possibility of your board being misdrilled. Does the board turn when you stand on it and effect your riding? If not I wouldn't worry about it.
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Either your trucks are on crooked, or you have low quality stock bushings on (most likely the case). Try straightening out the trucks to see if that helps. If it doesn't work try getting Bones hardcore bushings. Bones bushings will not have that problem.
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