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What are the angles of the nose and tail on a 7.75 skateboard deck?

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i pop the tail of a deck an slide to nose of the deck and the to your side and land

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The deck is the top of the board. The rails are the sides. The tail is the back. The nose is the front.

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parts of skateboards are:A wheel hardness / durometerAxleBaseplateBushingsDeckGrip TapeHangarHardwareKingpinNoseRisers & Shock PadsTailTrucks

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The smaller end of your board is the tail, the larger being the nose. The nose is also referred to as the "catch" because it is meant to catch your foot during an ollie, so the nose is larger to better catch your foot. The tail is smaller and slightly closer to the ground for faster response and better pop. Anybody who uses the larger end of their skateboard as the tail is actually making it harder on themselves.

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no. any board will do. as long as its got a nose or a tail on it then it can do ollies

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The smaller end of your board is the tail, the larger being the nose. The nose is also referred to as the "catch" because it is meant to catch your foot during an ollie, so the nose is larger to better catch your foot. The tail is smaller and slightly closer to the ground for faster response and better pop. Anybody who uses the larger end of their skateboard as the tail is actually making it harder on themselves. The nose is acually shorter length from the screws!

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It is a narrow ending deck. It is shaped kind of how a rain drop is as it is falling. The pintail refers to the tail.

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if you have more than one skateboard you can hit the nose or the tail fat on th ground with both boards. if they song different then ones waterlogged

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the front or 'nose' is slightly larger than the back or 'tail'

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The nose of the skateboard is always a bit longer than the tail and has a bit more concave. Always. Nobody knows why they are that way or if there is even a reason for it it has just always been like that. Although Jereme Rogers released a pro model with Plan B recently that has "switch concave". This means that both the nose and tail are exactly symmetrical.

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Yes the tail (the back end) is where your skateboard graphics looks upside down when you look at the bottom. The Nose( the front is when you look at your board griptape side down and your nose is where your graphics are pointing up and look nice and sweet.

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the company, angles of the nose and tail, design, weight, and pop.

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if you do boardslides or nose/tail slides its gonna get scratched no matter what type of paint.

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Generic means that both Tail and Nose are identicle. Measuring with your thumb and ring finger outstretched from the bolts is a sure way to find out.

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you have to put your left foot or right foot in the middle then the other foot on the tail then press down and turn your finger or foot but practice on a tech deck first

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A shrew has a long nose and a tail.

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You lift the nose of the board up as if you were doing an ollie, but do not let the tail or the front wheels touch the ground. It is a very hard trick but if you practice it will eventually come to you.

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The smaller end of your board is the tail, the larger being the nose. The nose is also referred to as the "catch" because it is meant to catch your foot during an ollie, so the nose is larger to better catch your foot. The tail is smaller and slightly closer to the ground for faster response and better pop. Anybody who uses the larger end of their skateboard as the tail is actually making it harder on themselves.

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Pop is when you step on the tail or nose of a skateboard to "pop" the board off the ground. You pop the board when someone is doing a trick and needs to ollie first (like a kickflip).

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yes they are about 12in nose to tail. nose to the base of their tail is about 5"-6".

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IF you read other answers that said the NOSE was the BIGGER end and the TAIL is the SMALLER end their wrong just skate with the smaller end in front and see how you perform


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