Caliber Trucks II 50 Degree Polished Skateboard Reverse Kingpin Trucks - 7.25" Hanger 10.0" Axle (Set of 2)
Caliber Truck Company has been working hard to create the next generation of Caliber Trucks; The Caliber II Fifty Caliber.
This truck is stable at high speeds while also having an optimal angle for making strong carves. The hanger is not only reversible, but when flipped there is no rake to throw off the ride. The bushing seats are symmetrical with an optimal setup for any style of bushing. The pivot of the baseplate is self contained keeping it from having any weakness. The Blood Orange Bushings at an 89a durometer make for an ideal responsiveness. Perfection...
NOTE: Sold only as a set of two (2) trucks.
- One (1) set of two (2) Polished Caliber Trucks II 50 Degree Polished Skateboard Reverse Kingpin Trucks - 7.25" Hanger 10.0" Axle
- Axle width: 10.0"
- Hanger width: 7.25"
- 50-Degree contained baseplate
- Blood Orange Barrel - Cone Combo Bushing Set
- Updated bushing seat providing a perfect no-slip-fit
- Pivot re-designed for tighter tolerances with an updated chamfer
- Circular kingpin hole with updated diameter
- Truck strength increased by 40%
- Pressed-in Grade 8 Steal Kingpin
- Beefed up and reinforced baseplate
- Thinner paints for tightened tolerances
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How to Buy Skateboard Trucks
What size skateboard trucks do you need?
Skateboard trucks are the metal T-shaped pieces that mount onto the underside of the skateboard deck. When selecting skateboard trucks, the width of your truck axle should closely match the width of your skateboard deck. The truck size can be measured by the width of the hanger or the width of the axle. Every skateboard requires two trucks.
There are several parts that make up the skateboard trucks. The axle is the pin that runs through the trucks to which the wheels will attach. The hanger, usually made of metal, is the largest part of the skateboard truck that is somewhat triangular in shape. The axle runs through the hanger. The kingpin is the large bolt that holds these parts together and fits inside the skateboard bushings.
When purchasing, you will receive the two trucks necessary to assemble your skateboard. Skateboard trucks come in various sizes and colors, and Warehouse Skateboards carries a huge selection of brands to fit your personal preference.6"-7.25" truck axle - 6.5" to 7.25" skateboard decks
7.5" truck axle - 7.25 to 7.5" skateboard decks
7.75" truck axle - 7.5” to 8" skateboard decks
8.0" truck axle - 8” to 8.5" skateboard decks
8.5" truck axle - 8.5” to 9" skateboard decks
9.0" truck axle - 9” to 10” skateboard decks
10.0" truck axle - 10” and above skateboard decks
What truck profile height do I need?
Truck profile is the distance between the bottom of the skate deck and the hanger. In general, a mid-sized truck works well for most skateboarders, but high or low trucks may be preferred for different styles of skating.
Provides extra stability for flip tricks, designed for small wheels (50-53mm wheel size recommended)
Good all-around profile for street or park (53-56mm wheel size recommended)
Great for cruising and carving, designed for large wheels (56mm+ wheel size recommended)
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If you still have questions about skateboard trucks, please visit our Skateboard Trucks Buying Guide.
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