149 Trucks On 8.25 Deck. Got a but confused with the 4 different sizes as they make a 5.0 for below 7.75, 5.25 for 7.75 to 8, 5.5 for 8 to 8.25 and a 5.85 for above 8.25. I ride 169's an 8.6.
Upgraded version of stage 10 trucks. Learn more about our trucks: Indy recently hit the market with their independent 144 truck and it was the goldilocks of trucks for an 8.25
Risers Can Be Used To Prevent Wheel Bite, We Recommend Using A 1/8″ Riser When You Have A 56Mm To 60Mm Size Wheel.
You can use 7/8″ (flush fit) or 1″ (a little extra) hardware for most setups, we recommend using. Choose the best axle size, truck height and types from our range of classic, lightweight hollow and titanium, and inverted kingpin mids. Doesn't really matter since you have an inbetween size board, although they do make 8.25 trucks if all you have is 139s they still work perfectly fine.
Ron From Krux (@Whalebonetown) Takes Over The Infomercial Game For The Krux 8.25 Tru.
Lots of people (raymondetta being one) skate 8.25 boards with 149ers. What size truck should you get for an 8.25 deck? Bigger riders and those skating ramps typically prefer a wider deck.
This A General Guide, Some Trucks Can Be Wider Than Others.
139 and 149 sizes from independent trucks or 147 and 149 sizes from thunder trucks, we’ve compiled an overview for you. Street skaters usually choose a smaller deck. Independent raw 149 stage 11 skateboard truck.
Op Get Some 8.25 Trucks, They're Perfect For 8.125 All The Way To 8.375 (And Even The Right 8.5S With Washers And Skinny Wheels);
New precision hole drilled baseplate for improved balance and durability. My oldest switched to some 8.75 mini log on his 9.25 deck. I match deck and trucks the best i can, currently riding an 8.375 zero with 149 (8.375) thunder hollow lights.
Doing So Will Have 0.0625 Of An Inch Of Axle Sticking Out On Either Side.which Is Nothing.
The 10s were, atgs are true to size 8.25 (just measured to make doubly sure). Learn more about our trucks: I give an in depth review on a super hot truck!!!