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Overview

These Genuine Standard cylinder cushions from Independent are as real as real gets.

Features
Quantity
  • 4 (Enough for Both Trucks)
Type
  • Cylinder
Reviews
4.7
Overall Rating
Reviewed by 93 customers

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Great
by Gabriel Rodriguez in Cidra, PR (Verified Buyer)
Posted on 3/23/2021
Independent Genuine Standard Cylinder Cushions (2 Truck Set) - yellow (super hard)
Better choice for my weight
0 person has found this review helpful
good all around bushing set
by Jeff Carlson in LONDONDERRY, VT (Verified Buyer)
Posted on 3/3/2021
Independent Genuine Standard Cylinder Cushions (2 Truck Set) - red (soft)
cant go wrong with Indy, good set to have around. Reds are just right for me.
0 person has found this review helpful
Quality
by Reza Yaghoubi in Irvine, CA (Verified Buyer)
Posted on 2/24/2021
Independent Genuine Standard Cylinder Cushions (2 Truck Set) - black (hard)
Quality bushings
0 person has found this review helpful
Hate Breaking in Bushings
by Brian Lambert in Amelia, OH (Verified Buyer)
Posted on 1/18/2021
Independent Genuine Standard Cylinder Cushions (2 Truck Set) - red (soft)
The standard med bushings take longer to break in then these soft ones great to slap in your new Indys
0 person has found this review helpful
Good
by Joe Gutierrez in ALBUQUERQUE, NM (Verified Buyer)
Posted on 11/13/2020
Independent Genuine Standard Cylinder Cushions (2 Truck Set) - red (soft)
they work but I should've gone softer
2 people have found this review helpful
Firm
by Andrew Taylor in Montrose, MI (Verified Buyer)
Posted on 11/6/2020
Independent Genuine Standard Cylinder Cushions (2 Truck Set) - black (hard)
I wanted these for a board I was building a little more for speed and these helped allot.
1 person has found this review helpful

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Asked by G#1RememberThat on 10/25/2017
Do the medium hards get cut by the top washer like stock tops do on Indy's?
Answered by Graig A (Tactics Employee) on 10/26/2017
This depends on how you ride your trucks. If your trucks are tight it may dig into any bushing you put in from forcing turns with the kingpin nut tightened down.
6 people have found this answer helpful