Lil'Rockit 4 Pack
These mini-cruisers kits include our 100% Canadian Hard Maple veneer, the key to making premium quality, long lasting decks. Each veneer set includes one color sheet, to use as your graphics side, or use it within the stack for a cool side profile.
Final size after sanding:
23"L x 6.25"W
(wheels and trucks not included)
Lil'Rockit 4-Pack Kit contains:
- 7-layers of Canadian maple per board
- includes 2 face (one natural and one color) 3 long grain core and 2 cross grain sheets
- 3-dimensionally shaped foam mold
- glue, roller and measuring cup
- edging tool and sandpaper
- illustrated instructions
and a Thin Air Press Kit
- 14 x 47” heavy duty vinyl vacuum bag with one-way valve attached
- manual vacuum pump
- breather netting
- extra sealing tape
By following the printed instructions included in the kit box, you will be guided through the glue up, stacking on the mold, inserting and sealing into the TAP bag. Using the manual vacuum pump to evacuate the air, the Thin Air Press will press the veneers over the mold. The sanding process is described, as well as some graphics suggestions.
Watch the Lil'Rockit Build video>>
The foam mold, Thin Air Press Bag and pump, edging tool and breather netting are designed to be used for many, many builds.
Keep all your reusable kit parts in good working order by following the maintenance tips included with the kit
Question: Can I get more veneer for this kit?
Answer: Yes, there is a refill kit here
Question: Does this make a real board?
Answer: The short wheel base and 7-layers of 1/16” thick Maple veneer, makes a board suitable for even a heavy rider
Question: Does the color sheet have to go on the bottom?
Answer: You can use the color sheet as an inner layer instead for a colorful side profile
Q: What else do I need to complete this project?
A: A moisture protector is recommended (sponge on water-based outdoor clear coat) to seal all surfaces, especially your edges and before applying any graphics.
If you choose to set this up for riding, select grip tape on this page. Shop locally for your hardware (wheels, trucks and bearings). Use the guide holes on the bottom side to drill the truck holes through, using a 3/16” drill bit. And of course, don’t forget to wear your helmet!