Spare parts for your skateboard and more accessories
With skateboard spare parts and accessories you can get your setup back into shape without new hardgoods for your next sessions. Small parts for skateboard trucks like spare kingpins, nuts and pivot cups or lubricating oil for bearings get your board rolling again. Here you'll also find transportable flat rails that turn every parking lot into the perfect spot.
Skateboard spare parts for trucks
Skateboard trucks in particular can be repaired quickly and easily with the appropriate small parts. If your kingpin is broken, you can easily reorder individual kingpins in the skatedeluxe skate shop. We also have new nuts for axles and kingpins in the assortment, as well as washers for bushings and speedrings, if you ever lose a few. Replacement bushings can be found wtih the bushings in the shop.
When shopping skateboard parts you should make sure that the spare parts are compatible with your hardgoods. The easiest way to do this is to buy small parts from the same brand - for example, to equip your old Venture trucks with new Venture washers. Alternatively, you can measure your old parts and compare them with the information in our product descriptions.
Tips: Install skateboard spare parts
When replacing skateboard parts, the following applies: the new small parts go where the old ones were. If in doubt, you can look in our Skateboard Assembly Instructions or in our Skateboard Wiki, to figure out where what goes.
Based on experience, we know that it can be tough to change a kingpin. If the old kingpin is jammed, sometimes the only way to get it out is with a hammer. But make sure you use a suitable surface, e.g. a workbench, and take care of your fingers! The new kingpin mhas to be hammered into the baseplate the same way.
Skateboard accessories for care and repair
Like most things, ou'll enjoy your skateboard longer and it will probably last longer if you take some care of it. With the right skateboard accessories, which you can buy online at skatedeluxe, this is quick and easy.
Skateboard bearing oil and cleaning containers
Skateboard bearings are unfortunately susceptible to dirt and moisture. If your bearings barely spin, you can clean and lubricate them with bearing oil. This extends their lifespan and makes them run smoothly again. You can find the appropriate oil and cleaning containers in our skate shop. A guide to cleaning bearings can be found in our Skateboard Bearing Wiki.» How To: Clean skateboard bearings
Repairing holes with skate shoe glue
In a way, your skate shoes are part of your setup. With the right know-how, you can also extend their durability. To seal holes in skate shoes, there are special glues, such as Ripcare. With skate shoe glue you can treat almost all shoe upper materials. Only the soles are difficult to repair with it. When handling shoe glue, be sure to read the warnings on the package.» Shop skate shoe glue
Skate shoe glue should be used very carefully and you should definitely read the warnings on the packaging before use. It is best to glue your shoes outdoors or in a well-ventilated room. In addition to the glue and your shoes, you will also need a wooden spatula or something similar and perhaps a pair of disposable gloves.
- Clean and dry the areas where you are going to apply glue before you start.
- Apply some glue to the affected area. If you have open holes, you can put tape on the inside of the shoe to prevent the glue from running through.
- Spread the glue with a spatula to create a smooth surface.
- After about 15-20 minutes, the surface of the glue will be dry. With an unused spatula you can work on the surface again & fine tune it.
- Let the shoe dry overnight in a well ventilated place. The shoe glue cannot be deformed once it is completely dry.
Clean grip thanks to Griptape Cleaner
Are you one of those people who just can't stand dust and dirt on their griptape? The solution to your problem is called Griptape Cleaner and of course you get it at skatedeluxe. Grip Cleaner works like an eraser. You can use it to easily erase dust and light dirt. However, if your board has landed in the mud, you should probably think about new griptape.