they are really light try independents they usually have the logo cut out so that deducts weight and they also protect the board from the trucks id buy em they are like 5 bucks
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for skateboarding it's for less wheel bite, barely smoother ride (that's controlled by wheels) and amount of pop. more risers = more pop. they also make for a higher board height, which is harder to push on.
Longboarders use them mostly for decreasing wheelbite. but angled risers are used to adjust the truck angles, therefore affecting turning radius.
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You've got it backwards. The lower to the ground your board is, the more pop you have. Therefore the bigger your risers, the less pop. That's also why you want smaller wheels if you're spend more time doing tricks than just cruising.