139 Stage 11 Polished Silver Standard Independent Skateboard Trucks

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Durable, high performance truck for all types of skateboarding
55 mm tall

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  Truck Sizing

What Size Trucks Do I Need For My Board?

Need some help deciding what trucks to put on your board? We’re here to help! You will notice that there are some areas of overlap on the deck width side of things. There are area’s where more than one size of truck will fit. It really comes down to personal preference, and can also depend on what size wheels you ride. Don’t stress too much about it though. Use this chart as a guideline, and you’ll be shredding in no time!

Deck Width*IndependentKruxBullet
6.20 - 7.60109 / 6.90 axle-110 / 6.90 axle or 120 / 7.20 axle
7.40 - 7.80129 / 7.60 axle7.6130 / 7.60 axle
7.80 - 8.20139 / 8.00 axle8140 / 8.00 axle
8.10 - 8.50144 / 8.25 axle8.25140 / 8.00 axle or 150 / 8.50 axle
8.25 - 8.65149 / 8.50 axle8.5150 / 8.50 axle
8.60 - 9.00159 / 8.75 axle8.5150 / 8.50 axle
8.90 - 9.50169 / 9.125 axle--
9.50 - 10.50215 / 10.00 axle--

*Deck range recommendation varies depending on type and width of wheels

Do I Need Riser Pads?

When running certain combinations of trucks and wheels sometimes it becomes necessary to use riser pads to avoid ‘wheel bite’. Don’t know what ‘wheel bite’ is? Well consider yourself lucky. Wheel bite is what happens when you turn your board and your wheel touches the deck. If you do this hard enough the wheel will ‘bite’ and stop rolling. This often means that you go flying off your board. So if you’re running bigger wheels make sure to read through this chart. While it might look like homework it’s definitely more fun than hitting the pavement!

Truck Height**Wheel Range***
48.5 - 5249 - 53
52 - 53.551 - 55
53.5 - 5553 - 57
6055 - 59

**You can find truck height information in the 'Details' area a specific truck page.
***Wheel size recommendation with no riser.

What Size Hardware Do I Need For My Board?

When attaching your trucks to your board you’re gonna want to make sure your bolts are long enough. If you use risers, you’ll want to run a longer bolt, but you don’t want to go too long or your setup will look all goofy! Use the chart below and everything will fall into place.

Wheel SizeRiser SizeHardware Size 
  7 ply deck9 ply deck
49 - 55-7/8"-
55 - 581/8"1"-
57 - 601/8" - 3/8"1 1/4"1 1/4"
60 - 653/8" - 1/2"1 1/2"1 1/2"
width
139
height
55.0 mm
axle
8.00 in
hanger
137 mm
weight
376
Product #
57982

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Ride the best f##k the rest
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TRONG JUNIOR
Location: seal beach
Date: November 9, 2016
Best turning with control over every other truck. Makes it easier to not have those super tight trucks and tick racking around ew. Indys you can sport them as loose as you want and not compromise control. Not one other truck can claim that. Maybe ace or venture but they are way too light. The biggest misconception is a super light board the better. Wrong. I can't even ride hollowed axle agnd kingpin. I don't know the physics but standard indys are perfect weight. Me personally i like stage 9 and 10 better than 11. But my two requests of the lord or trucks would be bring back stage 5. Second bring back 8.25 trucks !! I know they'll sell iv heard somany say they wish they Didn't jump from 8 139 to 8.5 149. I forget the number but I remember loving 8.25 axle trucks. Oh and dont forget stage 5! In all sizes! !" Trust me theres a stage 5 following. Geoff rowley told me they were the best so he gave me an 8.25 set his whole truck bed is filled with indys so rad and I grinded past the axle needless to say he's right.
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