The Arbor GB Sizzler shark was set up to be plenty wide on a short wheelbase for super tight maneuvering. Arbor really has a knack for these meaty little cruisers that can do just about anything you need them to handle, although I don't recommend it for heavy hills.
The GB sizzler can be setup both with Reverse kingpin or standard trucks comfortably although I almost always recommend standard trucks so you toss out some grinds and have the right range of motion for transitions at the park.
Boards on Nord default setup.
*BEARINGS: BON Abec 7
*TRUCKS: Gullwing Mission 9"
*WHEELS: B-O-N 65mmIntermediate:
For seasoned riders.
*BEARINGS: Bones Reds
*TRUCKS: Randal 150mm 50-degree Raw
*WHEELS: Arbor 65mm Black Advanced:
*BEARINGS: NordiK Ceramics
*TRUCKS: Paris V2 150mm 50-degree Black/Black
*WHEELS: Orangatang Fat Free Freeride 65mm 80a Orange Stoked!:
Boards on Nord's skate gurus recommended setup.
*BEARINGS: Bones Super Swiss 6
*TRUCKS: Randal 150mm 50-degree Black
*WHEELS: NordiK Donut Holes 62mm 82a Orange
*Also: All in One T-Tool, Bones Speed Cream, Bones Cleaning Unit, and of course Pads and Helmet! Skate Safe.