This week Ben De Gros has published his highly anticipated Destructo Truck review. So what does he really think? Let’s break it down, why don’t we.
Playing a truck driving maniac with a penchant for suburban destruction you embark on a mission of simple clarity: Destroy everything, salvage wreckage for money to upgrade your beasty truck, rinse and repeat. We've kept the mechanic dead simple. Time your launch with the right arrow key and try to sync it up with the green 'Go' light. Play Destructo Truck unblocked and hacked for free on Google sites! Only the best unblocked games at school and work.
Since Ben gives such fair and balanced reviews I thought I could summarize some of the points in a pros vs cons type of way.
So let’s jump into it, starting with the CONS.
Destructo Trucks Cons
Right off the bat we can conclude that these trucks take a long time to break in, especially in colder climates.
King pin clearance was an issue, but this was the D2 mids not highs being tested.
Ben makes it clear for us that there is a light pop feel. This can be good or bad depending on how you use the trucks, but in some cases it can certainly throw off some tricks.
There is also a slight taper at the end of the truck that can cause unpredictable grinds on those metal ledges in some skateparks.
The trucks definitely run tight and could cause problems for those who like their trucks loose.
Now let’s move on to the pros.
Destructo Truck Pros
They are good looking trucks with good pinch.
The light pop makes manuals easier and also balances out heavier or steeper decks.
They are also well made with plenty of base plate for slides.
How ’bout them apples?
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Take a look for yourself and watch Ben De Gros tear it up on a pair of destructos.
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And just in case you missed it during the video… here is that glorious credit card…