Umm, he does have a sector 9, but I think you met him with his new subsonic reflex.
And I was thinking more of a planned group and that, but I guess I'll scratch that, next time at his place we will call you up.
Should be good.
click on the video you wanna watch, scroll down to the bottom and on the right under the "Statistics" section you'll see a "Downloads" section. depending on the user's settings, it will give you the option to download the video in its original format.
ps. you should probably change your member name to something like "Ash the Ultimate" or whatever, cos its easy to mistake you with Ash from "Glyde". also gives you more of an identity amongst the longboarding community.
Ash, you might have the wrong Alex..? - I dont have a Bell helmet i've got an Icaro. Unless you are talking about my old helmet, which was a Giro Remedy. I made a visor for that one. I just used Poly Carbonate. - Make sure it doesn't shatter. Give it a smash with a hammer to make sure. Then you can either get tricky and make it flip-able (Using the attachments that are already there once you take your mtn bike visor/peak off) or cut it to fit and stuff it up between the foam. - Start with cardboard. make yourself a template and then get it perfect and trace that to your poly carbonate. Then get busy trying to fit it to helmet. - That method worked easy on the Giro but the Bell may be another story. Try searching the forums because there is a load of info out there... Good luck. Visors are the shit! No more bug face!
the 40 degrees refers to the pivot angle of the truck. Generally the higher the angle the turnier the truck the lower the more stable. Most longboard trucks are 50-55 degrees whereas most downhill trucks are 35-45 degrees.
trucksa are a very personal thing, and will vary from board to board, but on an EVO a set of 40 degree plates would be the way to go, either Randal or Grizzley (unless you want precision when you get into the $450 + a pair bracket). If you like tight trucks (which I don't) it is just a matter of putting harder bushings in them rather than just cranking them down.