Skateboard Rails And Ramps
Are you considering purchasing skateboard rails and ramps? Many choices of skateboard rails and ramps are available to purchase by a number of manufacturers using wood or plastics. Buying a pre-assembled ramp means instant enjoyment or if you have the materials, you can make your own ramps. Whatever you do, do not forget the wax for the rails.
- Flat bar grind rails. These skateboard rails are adjustable and can be raised up to thirteen inches or lowered to curb level (ten inches). They measure six inches long and four inches wide for excellent balance.
- Incline rails. The incline arms are 28 inches on both ends and can be positioned up or down. If the ends are positioned up (locked), the flat bar measures 128 inches. The entire rail is two feet of incline arms plus six feet of bar.
- Switchblade rails. These skateboard rails come with three settings. The bar is the standard six feet long.
- Flat fails. This type of skateboard rail is four inches wide with the standard six-foot length. Flat rails can be adjusted to one of three settings, ten to thirteen inches in height to make all your skateboarding tricks possible.
- Launch ramps. Skateboard launch ramps are available in a number of heights and lengths, depending on who manufacturers the ramp. These ramps can be make of wood or plastic and have rubber at the edge for the stopping.
- Wedge ramps. The skateboard wedge ramp can be made of wood or plastic. Measurements for the wedge ramp tend to vary according to company making it.
- Quarter pipes. Quarter pipes are popular ramps that are used to get high into the air. Measurements on skateboard quarter pipes ramps also vary by manufacturer.