Skateboard Trucks Size Chart
What Size Trucks Do I Need For My Board?
|6.65 - 7.15||6.9 in||109||-||110|
|7.35 - 7.85||7.6 in||129||7.6||130|
|7.75 - 8.25||8.0 in||136/139||8||140|
|8.00 - 8.50||8.25 in||144||8.25||-|
|8.125 - 8.625||8.375 in||146||-||-|
|8.25 - 8.75||8.5 in||149||8.5||150|
|8.375 - 8.875||8.625 in||151||-||-|
|8.60 - 9.00||8.75 in||159||-||-|
|8.5 - 9.50||9.0 in||166||9.0||-|
|9.00 - 9.50||9.125 in||169||-||-|
|9.50 - 10.50||10.0 in||215||-||-|
*Deck range recommendation varies depending on type and width of wheelsHow hard are the stock cushions / bushings on Independent & Krux skateboard trucks?
Independent trucks come with 90A stock cushions (also called bushings). If you like softer or harder cushions, they can be purchased separately from Independent's Genuine Parts.
Krux trucks come with 92A stock cushions (also called bushings). If you like softer or harder cushions, they can be purchased separately from Krux Trucks Hardware.What Independent models offer 6 holes baseplate and what is this for?
All non-forged models in 109, 159, 169, and 215 sizes come with 6 hole baseplates. All Stage 4 sizes come with 6 hole baseplates. The 6 holes baseplates are compatible with both current decks and old-school ones.