Actually There are definitely trucks 7.65. Get those they are the closest.
they should be listed as either 4.75 inch trucks or 7.5 inch trucks
Buy 7.5 that will only be a 1/8 of an inch smaller which would mean 1/16 of an inch on either side which would not be noticable at all. I hope that this helps
the size of the deck is smaller in length and width and the trucks are smaller in width
yes you can
No unless you want bigger trucks
7.63 - 8.13 its best to to have .25 over or under your deck size
yea bro do it
for a deck size 7.5 get 4.75 to size 5.0 trucks but not over a deck 7.75 get trucks size 7.5 for a deck 8.0 inches or more get independent 139mm or bigger
it depends on what size your feet are
a size 7.6/ 7.75
7.75 by 31
You should get a 7.75x3.15
depends on your size it varies
You should always have the same size trucks
around 51mm-55mm, personally i would go for the 53's because that is in the middle
When you take the old bearings out they should have a number on them, write that number down and take it to a skate shop, or store that sells bearings. or just take your trucks or the whole board to a skate shop they will help you out.
Yes, most bearings are the industrial standard of 8mm unless you have special longboard trucks, most notably Bear 1052's or 1045's or Bear Smokeys, these trucks run 10mm but are not very common. If you can take wheels off with the same wrench on both trucks, then they have the same size bearings.
If you street skate then you should get a 7.75 but if you are more of a vert person you should at least get a 8.
The smallest skateboard size is about 7 inches in width by about 24 inches in length. The skateboard is legal size for contests and events.
it may say it in small writting near the bearing at the middle of the wheel