The NOSEJOB is a Universal Noseguard designed to fit the majority of Drop-Through style longboards without kick-tails. It can also fit many Top-Mount and Drop-Down style longboards without kick-tails. PLEASE READ BELOW.
BOARD REQUIREMENTS for the NOSEJOB – Both the board and trucks need to have Old School trucks holes (Outer holes) in order for the Nosejob to fit and work properly. See Photos above and Video below. Also the distance from the outer holes to the nose end of the board needs to be 2.5″ or less.
The Nosejob serves as a solid insurance investment that will increase the life of your board. When you lose control of your board and it goes flying into a curb or hard object, this often means damage. Sometimes this damage can be fatal or unfixable. Prevent damage and protect the weakest part of your board. Also features hardware release hole slots to prevent your hardware from bending during an impact.
Highly recommended when purchasing a new board. Made from highly durable composite plastic for numerous blows to the ends of your board. Very stealth looking and light weight (2 oz.) with a dark see-through tint.
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How it Works
Install / Maintenance
- 1/4″ longer Mounting Hardware is needed on the truck where a Nosejob is stalled. 1 1/2″ Recommended.
- Mounts underneath your board.
- Remove the truck hanger, hardware nuts, and washers, leaving your baseplate and screws on the board.
- Add drop-thru shock pads to dampen vibration
- Slide the Nosejob through the screws and as far forward as it will go so it can slide back upon impact.
- Put the washers and nuts back on and tighten firmly
- Complete the assemble with the truck hanger and you are ready to go.
After an impact to the Nosejob
- Notice if the Nosejob has slid back a bit through the hole slots.
- If so, simply loosen the hardware nuts a bit and slide the Nosejob forward again.
- Re-tighten the nuts and you are ready again. This step is important in preserving the life of your hardware and the Nosejob.