9.75" in the widest point… i took a ruler and larged the photo of the deck, made some proportion calculations and it seems to take exacly all the space possible… maybe need to trim the edges. still waiting for an answer from somebody that have this deck… thanks!
they want 120$ shipping to israel
what the hell? should cost max 60$! nobody else sells that deck…
maybe ill get this instead: https://www.daddiesboardshop.com/madrid-market-place-bamboo-longboard-deck-2016
same shape more or less, and i think will fit better to the battery pack. but that honey deck is still amazing. dont know if worth the extra cash. waiting for a mail from them about the shipping price. but as i think about it more, the madrid deck is very decent one also.
Honestly, I’d go with a smaller enclosure or a different deck because you’ll likely have the corners of the enclosure hanging over the cutouts. I have a similar sized enclosure and had a tough time finding a board that fit.
thanks for the info mate. its exactly 26" on 8"? if you will take a ruler it will help me alot.
already ordered the enclosure, but i think the madrid one will fit slightly better. https://www.daddiesboardshop.com/madrid-market-place-bamboo-longboard-deck-2016 - photo for reference.
more or less the same, but the neck look alittle wider at the “deck” part. also i dont care about trimming the edges.
your setup works well? in the last photo it looks good!
also you are happy with the drop-through? im thinking top-mount for this…
thanks, so I belive it will fit the madrid.
how can i make sure the board is stiff enough? i want alittle bit of flex in my ride, and im sure its not more flexy than the evolve bamboo gt which also have a lithium battery underneath…
I’m a bit worries about saying this, don’t wanna get blamed if someone melts there enclosure. But…
I usually out a piece of cardboard or a towel on my deck the clamp the enclosure down where I want to mount it and hit the ends with the heat gun. This makes the enclosure slightly reform it’s curve to fit a board perfectly.
WARNING!!! There is a very fine line between getting the plastic soft enough to shape and ending up with a puddle if plastic goo, so do this at your own risk.