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Chromoly Peg Kit

Genuine 4130 Chromoly steel Including 3 high tensile M8 axle bolts: - 3” (75 mm) - 3 ¾” (94 mm) - 4 1/8” (104 m) ...

AO Diamond Fork

- Forged & CNC - Butted stem (thinner at the bottom and thicker in the critical upper area) - Oversized steel top screw (M20) - 9.3 oz. (263g) - SCS/HIC system (31.8 mm) - fits 125 mm wheels ...

Quadrum Deck

The Quadrum is designed for street. It’s 5.2” (132 mm) wide which makes lacing 50s a snap and gives you more control. When developing the deck we dug out features from our early days like ...

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AO Diamond Fork

- Forged & CNC
- Butted stem (thinner at the bottom and thicker in the critical upper area)
- Oversized steel top screw (M20)
- 9.3 oz. (263g)
- SCS/HIC system (31.8 mm)
- fits 125 mm wheels

Chromoly Pegs

AO's long lasting pegs are made of genuine Chromoly steel and come in 2 sizes: 1.3" and 2".

Jacob Pearcey | AO Canada

NEW: Enzo 2 Pro

The Enzo 2 is a sequel to our bestselling Enzo Commulux deck. It’s a lightweight deck, 4 ¾” wide (120 mm) and designed for both street and park. The neck features a flat nose blunt area and 15 mm wide rails for controlled grinds. The deck is all flat to fully utilize the grinding area and U-shaped create a super strong bond to the neck. An adjustable brake allows use of both 110 and 125 mm wheels. It comes in chrome color and new graphics. 2 sizes, S 20 ½” (520 mm) and M 21 ¼” (535 mm).

Quadrum Test in Paris

Simon Bertin, Max Snjiders, Garvey Tagheu and Lambert Judith are putting the AO Quadrum to the test in Paris, France. Filmed and edited by Steven Gibson.

Quadrum

The Quadrum is designed for street. It’s 5.2” (132 mm) wide which makes lacing 50s a snap and gives you more control. When developing the deck we dug out features from our early days like the square tail from our Sigma and extra wide grind rails from our 2012 Epsilon deck. The boxed shape eliminates the need for pegs and rugged welds prevent bending of the dropouts. 1 ¾” wide grind rails (45 mm) give you more control on rails and ledges and prevent catching. We also increased the headtube angle to 83 degrees and made the nose blunt area wider in the front.

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