Lightning Rails for Onewheel GT™ (PREORDER: Shipping by June 15th)
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Craft&Ride is proud to partner with The Mob Shop and Bob's Stoke Shop to introduce four new rails, including Lightning Rails for Onewheel GT, to the Craft&Ride family of innovative products.
- Compared to stock rails, Lightning Rails are 1/2" lower in the front of the controller that rides level and 1/4" lower in the center of the rear foot pad.
- The tail clearance is the same as stock due to the rear 8-degree tail angle.
- Increased stability and comfort
- Better handling on trails
- Better heat dispersion due to anodizing
- Made with 7075 aluminum
- Flight Fender compatible
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|Onewheel Pint X||No|
These Lightning Rails are compatible with the Onewheel GT. These Lightning Rails are not compatible with the Onewheel+ XR, Onewheel Pint X, Onewheel Pint, Onewheel+, and the original Onewheel.
This product comes with:
- 1 set of 2 Lightning Rails for 1 Onewheel GT
- Craft&Ride Stickers (Please leave an order note with which stickers you would specifically like and we will include them if they are in stock!)
These rails are Awesome!! I have them paired up with The Street Pro 2 tire; with these 2 aftermarket accessories paired together, I finally like the ride feel of my GT more than my XR! These rails lower your center of gravity, which will make you more stable and confident on your board; this helps give a more "locked in" riding experience. With these rails, you will lose a little clearance, which I personally don't mind. Being a bit closer to the ground; I feel like I can more confidently run out a fall, as opposed to being on the high height of those Stock GT Rails. If you don't love having a little less clearance, you can always use a digital tilt kit to gain most of it back. The slightly lower clearance also allows you to hit higher speeds. When your board kicks you with pushback, you are at a less extreme angle and can more comfortably ride at faster speeds. The WTF's are good rails, but they look boring compared to the Lightnings IMO; the Lightnings are the coolest Onewheel rails I've ever seen! I highly recommend these rails; come join the Lightning club, I doubt you will regret it! :)