So, for anybody who cares, I have two Walmart skateboards (If you can even call them skateboards...).
Yesterday I decided to take the better parts from both of them and put them onto the better deck to make a better skateboard. I took the trucks (plastic trucks) off of both of them and then proceeded to take all of the wheels off of all four trucks. Then I took the bearings out of the wheels. I ended up switching the wheels but not the trucks for the better skateboard (To my surprise, not, all of the trucks were slightly warped. Stupid plastic trucks. ). So I decided to use the less warped ones.
So for the wheels, I made a discovery. (Not really a discovery. I just used my brains.) I sprayed WD-40 in each wheel, then spun it around a bunch of times, then I took the bearings out and wiped them and the wheels off (they were nasty) then put the bearings back in the wheel, sprayed more WD-40 in there, spun it around, and boom, three times better than they were. So I did that to the better set of wheels and stuck them onto the better trucks, then stuck the trucks onto the better deck...inverted. facepalm So I fixed that, then took the new and improved Walmart skateboard for a spin. So much better. It's the best a Walmart skateboard could ever get.
As for the other board, well, I started doing the same thing to that one but with the not as good parts, but I stripped out the the threads on one of the nuts putting on one of the wheels on one of the trucks. So that truck is done for. But at least now I have a halfway decent skateboard. Yay!
That was an unnecessarily long post about a skateboard.
Also, I'm set on getting JMKRIDE Free Skates. I hope to order a pair soon.