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Looks awesome - make your deck float
Easy installation and use
Museum Quality Display
Two storage methods: quick release and secure
It's what the pros use
Includes mounting hardware and instructions
The Skateboard Deck Display – Floating Mount is the net result of years of experimentation in how to best display the art of skateboarding's soul while minimally impacting your wall. The combination of surgical quality acrylic and aircraft grade steel insures a lifetime of service. The very precise fit of this system makes the decks appear to be floating off the wall creating a museum quality aesthetic. These mounts are so good they are used by many skateboarding pros and companies in the skateboard industry to display their decks.
Chances are that if you've been a skateboarder for many years of your life, you greatly value the memories of learning your first tricks, meeting your first pro, competing at a contest, skating a secret spot, your first backyard pool, ditch or even getting sponsored by your local shop. Yes, those are the significant moments that collectively make up our individual lives as skaters and are some of the important ones we hold on to. And along the way, we tend to hold onto material pieces that relate and reconnect to those vivid memories. Without a doubt, the most visual pieces from our own histories are our skateboards and what better way to reflect on the good times than display those decks on your wall. This is the skateboard mount you need to make it come true. Now’s the time to pull out those decks from the closet or attic and showcase those skateboards that hold special memories for you or even to show off limited edition boards that bear some sick graphics.
Mounting Complete Skateboards
Believe it or not, this rack is also perfectly capable of displaying complete skateboards. This is a great option if you have an entire complete that's retired and not just the deck. Mounting a complete isn't too different from mounting just a deck, but since a complete deck is a lot heavier it does require the use of two displays. In order to mount a complete, you will need to remove your board's inner truck hardware. Then, you press the display's bolts through your board's deck/riser/trucks. It is recommended that you swap the provided t-nut with 8/32" lock nuts. The lock nuts aren't mandatory but are definitely recommended for an extra layer of safety.