The unique launch ramp with a coping and wall ride (aka Launch WR). Blast over the launch ramp or hit the back wall ride for endless amounts of tricks.
Galvanized coping steel. Extremely durable for any level skater.
Weight: 30 lbs, 40 lbs
Height: 15 inches
Width: 2 feet
Length: 52 inches
Tools Needed: Drill
Assembly Time: 1 hour
Shipping Cost: FREE!
Skate Paint: Requires 1 quart
Shipping & Product Info
Launch WR arrives to your door in kit form and ready to be assembled! Only need a drill to install.
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|1. Highest class exterior lumber and plywoods||2. Pre-counted rust proof screws and instructions booklet with pictures|
|3. Galvanized metal parts that prevent rusting||4. Pre-cut and Pre-drilled boards ensure simple installation|
|5. Computerized cut pieces guarantee a perfect slope|
The internet has all sorts of terrible ideas as to how to quiet or dampen the sound of your skateboard ramp - in particular the mini ramps (or halfpipes).
You may read about wives tales on using insulation, filling the coping with whatever, or add pillows and blankets behind the ramp. We are here to clear the air….that is all nonsense.
There are really only 2 suggestions to help quiet your mini ramp.
- You can close up the back of your skateboard ramp with ¾” thick plywood. This will eliminate the hollow sound significantly. Again, don’t read into the bogus information about filling in that empty space before you close it up with plywood. It doesn’t work. Simply closing up the backend will help with the noise. Some customers will get creative with it- we’ve seen several put hinges on the backend - making a custom door for storage, etc. That is entirely optional to make use of the space. But in terms of noise levels, close it up.
- Also using a softer gel wheel is helpful to give you the incognito vibe your neighbors won’t complain about while shredding your skateboard ramp. Generally the harder the wheel, the louder they hear ya coming! Many skaters have multiple skateboards with a different set of wheels, most prefer the harder wheels during normal street skating use & then at night we switch over to the gel softer wheels so your neighbor’s can get their precious sleep & you can shred your heart out! Not every skater likes riding a gel wheel. There are many pros/cons. For this conversation, the biggest pro for having a softer wheel is the reduced noise factor. If you have neighbors that are goin to be a narc, just throw on the soft wheels!