Spitfire wheels look the best....
purple orangutans are good
Yes, just swap your bearings from skate wheels to longboard wheels, its all the same.
A longboard or hamboard.
depending on the sises of the wheels will shrink
depends on how used and what brand and model of wheels.
Good longboard wheels would be anything made by abec 11. They make great all around wheels.
Buy wheels, trucks, and a deck and screw them together
no because it will not turn correctly
No, my friend has a regular skateboard with longboard wheels and he has normal trucks. And I've done it before with my longboard and skateboard.
Longboard wheels have a small hub, or core, inside it. Skateboard wheels also have this. This allows you to put bearings inside of both of them and can interchange what trucks you put on it. Generally, longboard wheels fit on normal skateboard trucks but a problem you will encounter is wheelbite. You may need to sand the board for wheel wells or put big risers on your board. Another solution is buying harder bushings for less turn and lean.
The wheelbase is the distance between the front and the back wheels
You can use a longboard on any type of wave but gently breaking waves are best.
The shape of a longboard was invented before but the trucks and wheels were small like those of a skateboard. Early boards didn't have pop.
I think the best wheels for sliding would be orangatang durain free rides, stimulus, or fat frees depending on the length of your board and on your weight, Also in heats are good the yellow wheel is the most slidiest from orangatng.
It depends on the size of the wheels. I'd recommend Tunnel wheels.
there is no best longboard for anything there just different but a good crusing board must be quiet smooth and easy to push.
yes there the same bearings for every skateboard
Alot of people longboard but the best are in lawrence Ma not south north
Voodoo 13: Check out - Satori Cali Orange Goo Ball 72mm, 78a ..they're pretty good wheels.
The speed of a longboard on flatland has more than just how fast you push in consideration. The quality of the wheels is important, as well as how maintained the bearings are, the road condition, and how much wind or force keeping you back there is. A smooth road with harder wheels is faster than a rocky road with hard wheels. Also, soft wheels are slower than hard wheels on most surfaces. Then you have to judge how hard you can push.
It doesnt matter it should just fit