|: I found my old skateboard! I thought my Mom threw it away since I think she wanted more of a girl lol so its been hidden for almost 20 yrs. So I never got a chance to use it much. It has independent trucks, I assume independent bushions, the bearings are singapore, and 46mm pretty little kitty kat wheels. Is this any good? Cant seem to get any answers on this or if not, what needs an upgrade? The wheels are really tiny but ride ok so far. I know ind. trucks are pretty good but the other stuff I have no idea since its 20 yrs old. The board is flat in the center. Was messing on it today and I like it much better then the kryptonics board that was given to me which sucks cause the wheels dont even turn and the bolts dont move to losen them. But that board is curved. I donno, didnt like the flat board at first but seems cool now. If it doesnt bother my knee figure it might be fun on the streets! Sorry, I'm bored. I really miss skating and I'm trying to have fun while I heal.
I wouldn't concern myself with the concave of the deck, doesn't matter much in the beginning. Length and width of the deck is more important. Just learn to push around, kickturn, wheelies for starters. Indys are modern (hole pattern is new school) and great trucks, cushions look new. Wheels are a bit small. Are the wheels on the other board any good? I'd go at least 52mm, but as long as they roll, albeit not fast at 46mm.