The Independent 139 Stage 11 Silver skateboard trucks improve upon the performance and iconic look of the Stage 10 design with newly reworked geometry.
Stage 11 trucks offers precise turns, better stability on landings, less speed wobble and decreased wheel bite. On top of all this, these trucks guarantee more overall grind clearance and an improved "no hang-up" yoke.
Set of 2 Trucks
T6 Aluminum Baseplates and Hollow Hangers
Chromoly Steel Axles
Grade 8 Kingpins
Made in the USA
8.0 axle (low)
Board Range (in):
7.75 - 8.25
7.75 - 8.25
Bones hard bushings fit...
Posted on 7/18/2015
Independent 139 Stage 11 Silver Skateboard Trucks
Still deciding if I like my 139 lows. I already cracked the top Indy medium bushing (red) in a few minutes. I didn't crank them down too much (I've read there a break in period/technique). I had a set of bones hard bushings sitting around. They are pretty new. I removed the stock bushings and washers and put the bones on. Some say they won't fit... Some sand them down to fit. I put my full weight (175) on the board over one truck with the bushings on. I then hand tightened the nut. Only a thread or two will grab. I tightened them, then loosened them and twisted the truck back and forth (thinking that they would seat properly). I tightened the nut so the it barely patrudes from the nylon lock ring. I road it for a bit... felt great and familiar to me. I have bones on all of my boards (Popsicle/reg Indys/78a clouds and pool/bowl board has mediums w/ reg Indy 159s, and now almost impact plus/139 lows/soft d's 92a/52mm). Hope this helps some folks.
These Independent trucks seem to be the benchmark that others are compared to. So far, they seem bullet proof to me. I figure long after the rest of the components on my custom made board are ready for the trash, these trucks will just get bolted onto a new board. Extra few bucks for better trucks seems to make sense to me.
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Asked by Evan on 11/11/2014
best size trucks for a 7.75 deck?
by Tyler K
Yes, these will work.
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Asked by John on 2/19/2014
Would you recommend 139's or 149's for an 8.3 deck?
by James S
definitely 149's, I'm riding 149's on an 8.25 and I'm still able to do all my old flip tricks, while feeling sturdier than I was on my old 139's
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Asked by bill on 2/18/2013
do these fit bones bushings in them?
by Kyle R
Yes, you can put bones bushings in these trucks. They will work great!