Are Independent Trucks Stage 11 good?

Are Independent Trucks Stage 11 good?

One thing is clear: since Stage 11, Independent trucks have had an excellent geometry that you can hardly complain about. Deep turns, quick response, stability, and no hang-ups are core characteristics of their trucks.

What kind of bushings come with Independent Trucks?

To give you a feel for which durometer to go for, Independent Trucks come built with the Medium Orange 90A bushings. So go harder or softer than that depending on what you want.

What hardness are independent bushings?

Independent Standard Cylinder Bushings We’ve got these in a few durometers including a hard to find super soft 78a. The 78’s are perfect for little kids to learn to turn with.

Which bushings should I get?

Harder bushings provide more resistance (better for larger riders) and softer bushings provide less resistance (better for smaller riders). Getting the correct durometer (hardness) for your bushings is the most important part in getting your trucks to perform the way you want them to.

Are Stage 11 trucks high or low?

Durable all purpose truck for any type of skateboarding. 55mm tall for optimal performance and wheel clearance with wheels 56mm and under.

Are 11 stage Independent Trucks heavy?

The Forged Titanium Stage 11 trucks from Independent are a pair of ultra lightweight trucks for skaters who want the highest strength-to-weight ratio available. 15% lighter than regular Stage 11s, these durable trucks take weight off your set-up without sacrificing any performance.

Do all bushings fit all trucks?

Bushing tightness depends on each rider’s preferences, and bushings can be easily adjusted to suit your needs. Skateboard truck bushings are all the same size, and will fit any skateboard, longboard, or cruiser sold on Warehouse Skateboards. Check out the available skateboard truck bushings currently in stock.

Do you need washers for bushings?

For a barrel and stepped bushing combo we’d suggest that you use flat washers beneath the boardside stepped bushings, and cupped or flat washers on the outer end of your roadside barrel bushings. Cupped washers will not work with stepped bushings.

What hardness of bushings should I get?

78-83a bushings are considered to be soft, 84-90a bushings fall in the medium range, and 91-98a bushings are considered to be hard. In general, a softer bushing will be more responsive but less stable, while a harder bushing will be more stable but less responsive.

Are hard bushings better?

Hardness and your weight are what matters. lightweights should pick softer bushings, heavyweights need harder bushings. Many skateboarders recommend Bones Hardcore bushings for street skating and transition, but you’re fine with standard barrel/cone bushings. anything between 87A, 90A, or 92A will do.

Are soft bushings better than hard?

Softer bushings are easier for your hanger to compress, and therefore it is easier to turn on softer bushings. Harder bushings result in stiffer turns. Importantly, how tight or loose you keep your bushings also effects your skateboard’s turn responsiveness. Harder bushings result in stiffer turns.

How much do independent stage 11 weigh?

Independent Forged Titanium Stage 11 Skateboard Trucks

Size 7.6 axle 9.125 axle
Hanger (mm): 127.0 166.0
Board Range (in): 7.4 – 7.75 9.0 – 10.0
Height (mm): 53.5 53.5
Weight (g): 312.0 357.0

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