What size are Ace trucks?

Ace Skateboard Truck Size Chart

Truck Size Skateboard Deck Width
11 6.5 - 7.0
22 7.0 - 7.75
33 7.75 - 8.25
44 8.25 - 8.75

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Do Ace 33 trucks fit on a 8.25 deck?

Depends on how you like your trucks to fit on your board. 33 is 8" wide so your board will overhang the trucks just a bit. 44 is 8.35" so your trucks are very close to the size of your board just just a hair wider. via

How big should my trucks be for a 8.25 deck?

Size Guide - Skateboard Trucks

Skateboard Truck Size Guide
Deck Size Hanger Width Royal
7.5 to 7.75" 127mm / 5" 5
7.75 to 8.25" 137mm / 5.25" 5.25
8.25 to 8.75" 149mm / 6" 5.5

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How wide are ACE 55 trucks?

Axle Width: 9" Hanger width: 6.37" via

How wide are ACE 66 trucks?

Specs: Axle width: 9.35" Hanger width: 6.75" Truck height: 2.125" (52mm) Classic. via

Will 139 trucks fit a 8.25 deck?

The 139s have a 137 millimeter hanger with an 8 inch axle. This size is built specifically to fit with boards between the 7.75 and 8.25 inch width range. via

Will 5.25 trucks fit a 8.25 deck?

For the perfect truck size, you are aiming to match the overall truck width to the deck width, for example, a 7.75" deck matches a 5.0" truck, an 8.0" deck matches a 5.25" truck. via

What size trucks fit a 8.5 deck?

The right size trucks for an 8″ deck is typically a 5.25″ truck. via

What size board does 149 trucks fit?

2.1 Skateboard Trucks: The right width

INDEPENDENT Size desicription Axle width Recommended deck width – ideal
148 Team 8.25″ (209 mm) 8.125″ – 8.375″
149 8.5″ (216 mm) 8.375″ – 8.625″
149 Team 8.5″ (216 mm) 8.375″ – 8.625″
151 8.75″ (222 mm) 8.625″ – 8.875″

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Are Ace skateboard trucks good?

Ace doesn't go with gimmicks. They grind well, last long and turn on a dime. That's what most people look for when picking out their trucks amidst all the brands out there. Ace just brings you the highest quality truck. via

What happens if your trucks are too small?

When you're trucks don't match your board and aren't wide enough you'll get the carpet riding effect. You won't be able to see your wheels, just your deck. Just a tad too small doesn't really matter but at a certain point, you'll run into trouble. via

How do I know what size truck to get?

Use the chart below to find the right size trucks for your deck width.
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Skateboard Truck Size Chart.

Deck Width (in) Suggested Truck Axle Width (in)
7.75 - 8.25 8.0
7.875 - 8.375 8.125
8.0 - 8.5 8.25
8.25 - 8.75 8.4 / 8.5

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How wide are independent 149 trucks?

Independent 149 size trucks are designed to fit skateboards from 8.5in to 8.65in wide. via

What size trucks should I get for a 8.38 deck?

Skate Truck Size to Skate Deck Size Guide by Brand

Size Actual Axle Length Recommended Deck Size
8.38 8.38″ 8.25″ – 8.75″
8.75 8.75″ 8.5″ and over
5 7.625″ 7.4″ – 7.75″
5.25 7.875″ 7.75″ – 8.0″

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Does skate hardware size matter?

Skateboard Deck Size & Hardware Size

There is no correlation between the size (length) of your deck and hardware size. If you skate and 8.0″ deck, you still can use 7/8″ hardware without risers. via

What are Indy trucks made of?

Independent Standards

Durable, high performance truck for all types of skateboarding. this is as basic as it gets, no frills and does the job. High quality 356 T6 heat treated aluminum constriction with Grade 8 high tensile chrome alloy steel axles and kingpins. via

What size trucks do I need for a 9 deck?

Skateboard Truck & Wheel Size Chart

Truck Size
8.25″ 5.5 8.0
8.5″ 5.85 8.0/9.0
8.75″ 9.0
9″ 9.0

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Do all skateboard trucks fit all decks?

In order to choose the best skateboard trucks for your complete skateboard, you'll need to figure out what size truck will fit your deck. The width of your trucks corresponds directly to the width of your deck. via

What size deck should I get?

We recommend starting with a skateboard deck width that is proportional to your shoe size. If you wear men's size 6.5 to 9, start out with a deck width of 7.5 to 8.0 inches. If you wear shoes 9.5 or larger, we recommend getting a deck between 8.0 and 8.5 inches. via

What are the different sizes of pickup trucks?

In the American market, there are four different pickup truck categories: compact (aka mini or small), mid-size, full-size, and heavy duty. The compact and mid-size are considered small, while the full-size and heavy duty are deemed standard. via

Who owns Ace truck?

Founded in 1978 by Gary Leasure, David Beitzel and the late Robert Beitzel, Ace Truck has been family-owned and operated since its beginning. via

Are ace AF1 trucks heavy?

Years in development, the ACE AF1 has a 70% increase in the aluminum's structural integrity, making it the strongest cast truck on the market. We updated the sizing on the 44 thru 77 models for a better fit across multiple board widths. The Ace AF1, tomorrow's technology today! Weight: 14 oz. via

Who founded Ace trucks?

Ace Trucks was founded in 2006, the brainchild of Joey Tershay along with the help of Steve Ruge a.k.a. Shrewgy and 20 years of combined skateboarding experience with the goal of making high-quality skateboard trucks. via

Will 7.75 trucks fit 8.25 deck?

My trucks and deck are 7.75 and I want to buy an 8" deck, would the trucks fit on? Yep. The trucks will fit fine, just not optimally. You won't notice the difference, though, it's not big enough to matter unless you're doing freestyle tricks like rail stands. via

Can your trucks be wider than your board?

The trucks should always fit the width of your Skateboard.

It's important that they're not much wider than the deck because otherwise, the centre of gravity will shift to the side of the deck. This may have an effect on flip tricks and can affect the general boardfeel. via

How big is an 8.25 skateboard?

Size Type Axle Width
144 Standard High 8.25'' (209 mm)
149 Standard High 8.5'' (216 mm)
159 Standard High 8.75'' (222 mm)
169 Standard High 9.125'' (232 mm)

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How wide are Indy 149s?

129s will fit board sizes 7.5" to 7.9" 139s will fit board sizes 8.0" to 8.25" 149s will fit board sizes 8.3"- 8.5" via

What are the lightest skateboard trucks?

The lightest skateboard trucks are the Tensor Mag Light Lo weighing 9.3 oz (8″, 231 grams) followed closely by the Tensor Mag Light regular weighing 9.3oz (252 grams). The third is the Thunder Titanium Lights at 10 oz (283 grams). So there you have it, the lightest trucks currently available. via

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