1 pair of 180mm longboard trucks.
Set of wheels that are close to 70mm in diameter.
1 pair of 1/4" riser pads and 1.5" bolts + nuts.
1 set of bearings. You don't need to go too crazy with fancy bearings.
*Optional - Skateboard wrench - very handy for making adjustments on the fly and also keeps kids out of dad's tool box.
Food-safe butcher block oil. We use a product called Howard Butcher Block Conditioner on all of the kitchen items we make. It has a little bee's wax in it and it holds up longer than most oils.
A Pair of gloves for handling hot wood coming out of the steamer box if you have them.
1 Net Bag around 35-40" diameter for "small hand nets". We use the Brodin Eco Clear rubber nets (size small) but they can be a bit tricky to source. Fishpond also makes a very nice clear net bag (size 12.5") that we use when Brodin is out of stock.
*Optional - Net Release. I lost a net fishing in the Driftless outside of Viroqua, WI and will never make the mistake of not using a leash again. We use the Fish Pond releases. They have a really nice rubber attachment point that won't scratch up your net, stays put and looks good too. They are much nicer than the cheap Chinese made releases.