139 Silver Trucks

139 Silver Trucks 139 Silver Trucks
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Durable, high performance truck for all types of skateboarding
-356 T6 Aluminum hanger and baseplate, solid Chromoly steel axle, grade 8 kingpin, Supercush cushions with cylinder bottom
-55mm height, recommended wheel size without riser–56mm and under

Available in 109, 129, 139, 149, 169, 215 in Polished and Ano Series Oxblood and Sapphire. #americanmade

Featuring superior turn and stability, better grind clearance, improved no hang-up yoke for grind tricks, and less wheel bite. They last longer and are stronger on impact than any other truck on the market.
Independent trucks are Made In The USA and Guaranteed For Life – Accept No Substitutes.

For more information, visit our frequently asked questions page:
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$45.90 / set
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Description

Durable, high performance truck for all types of skateboarding
-356 T6 Aluminum hanger and baseplate, solid Chromoly steel axle, grade 8 kingpin, Supercush cushions with cylinder bottom
-55mm height, recommended wheel size without riser–56mm and under

Available in 109, 129, 139, 149, 169, 215 in Polished and Ano Series Oxblood and Sapphire. #americanmade

Featuring superior turn and stability, better grind clearance, improved no hang-up yoke for grind tricks, and less wheel bite. They last longer and are stronger on impact than any other truck on the market.
Independent trucks are Made In The USA and Guaranteed For Life – Accept No Substitutes.

For more information, visit our frequently asked questions page:
independenttrucks.com/stage11faq/

Technical Information

8.00 in
137 mm
55.0 mm
376gms

Reviews and Comments

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August 6, 2014
I got those trucks on a 7.8 inch deck. Are 1/8 inch shock pads enough with 58mm wheels?
NHS Fun Factory replied
Yes, as long as you don't ride them super loose. If you do, go with 1/8 inch risers.
April 25, 2014
What size best fit for 8.2 decks. Tx
NHS Fun Factory replied
139's are 8 inches wide, a little narrower than the board.

149's are 8.5 inches wide, a little wider than the board (not much: 1/8 of an inch on each side).

Most ride 139's on an 8.2 but some folks prefer 149's.

If you're going to get technical, get 139's. If you want a little more truck to grind get 149's.

Also, if you plan on getting a wider board in the future get 149's. If you think you might get a board smaller than 8.2 in the future get 139's.
January 4, 2014
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how do the 129's do on an 8in deck?
NHS Fun Factory replied
I little small. 139's would fit an 8 perfectly.
December 28, 2013
Are these lo or mid trucks? and would they fit into an 8 deck?
NHS Fun Factory replied
Standard is our version of tall/mids. Not lows.

139's will fit an 8 perfectly.

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