Skateboard Trucks

Skateboard trucks are an essential part of the skateboard, connecting the deck to the wheels. They are usually made of aluminum alloy and consist of several parts, including a baseplate, a hanger, a kingpin, bushings, and nuts. The baseplate is screwed onto the deck and is the part of the truck that provides stability and distributes weight across the deck. The hanger is attached to the baseplate and holds the axle and wheels. It is the part of the truck that turns when the rider leans, and its design determines how the skateboard will perform. The kingpin is a large bolt that runs through the baseplate and the hanger, holding the truck components together and allowing the rider to adjust the tightness of the turning. The bushings are small, rubbery pieces that fit around the kingpin and provide a cushioned ride while also controlling the turning. Finally, the nuts hold the bushings in place and allow the rider to adjust the tightness of the truck’s turning. Skateboard trucks come in various sizes and styles, and the choice of trucks depends on the rider’s preference, skill level, and the type of riding they plan to do.






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