Loving it as a casual skater / cruiser /commuter
So I am by all means no where near being a good skater. I mostly cruise and do simple tricks like no comply and stuff to get over obstacles is it. Got this board cuz I wanted something bigger yet light for commuting. I bought the board only and set it up with 50 degree paris trucks and 65mm wheels. With the slightly bigger wheels I get a tiny about of wheel bite if say I do a trick that involves jumping and I land on one side or the other of the board. Otherwise, this set up works really nice for a little better coasting and tight turns getting around the city. The board is super light and I'm surprised at how robust it is at the same time. I accidentally threw it down a set of stairs and all it had was a small chip out of the nose. Nothing a little sanding can't fix. The very small amount of flex makes it comfortable and the size gives plenty of room to move around, especially for skogging. Well worth the investment.
Landyachtz Skateboards Canada
This sounds like a sweet set-up for this board. If you don't want wheel bite maybe run 63mm wheels for a smidge more clearance I'd suggest. Otherwise keep enjoying this, it sounds like you're having an awesome time with it. Cheers!