i say the best trucks in the world ventures trucks cause i have them and they are really good and have good endurance!
venture trucks, no doubt about it death wish wheels with the venture trucks
I like Paris and Independence Trucks. These are for long boards. Use Randall trucks for trick boards.
they are good but i recomend independants, cuz they are the best
independent, because they are guaranted for life and turn the best although they are pretty heavy
No, my friend has a regular skateboard with longboard wheels and he has normal trucks. And I've done it before with my longboard and skateboard.
Actually There are definitely trucks 7.65. Get those they are the closest.
Thunders skateboard trucks feel like a planking balancing on a point thus making it better than the Independents skateboard trucks.
Yes. Well, typically. There are trucks that are vehicles: pickups, flatbeads, rollbacks, box trucks, panel trucks, semi-trucks, etc. There are trucks that are carts, such as factory carts. There are also trucks beneath your skateboard; the axel and bracket that hold the skateboard wheels is called a truck.
Wheels dont make a skateboard easier to turn on the skateboard trucks do that.
7.63 - 8.13 its best to to have .25 over or under your deck size
superlights are better, V5 are too heavy
Yes, if you purchase or have any skateboard trucks they will fit any wheels. the bearings are the part that actually connects to the trucks. the bearings go in the wheels; the wheels with bearings go onto the trucks and are bolted on. -- everyday skater Blaze
yes, a friend of mine's brother has 127mm trucks on an 8 inch skateboard and there fine
I Would Say Royal,Grind King,Or,Independant Trucks There All Really Good Ive Been Skating On Royal Trucks For About 2 Years And They Still Look New And i Grind With Them ALLOT! So Get ROYAL,S! the best trucks are tensor trucks or independent no ventures are the best no doubt
tensor magnesiam trucks
sure, if you like wide and low trucks
There are no trunks on a skateboard, you are probably referring to the "trucks" which are the parts the wheels attatch to.