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Tensor Mag Light Skateboard Trucks

Sale: $57.95 (15% off)
36 Reviews
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The Tensor Mag Light skateboard trucks feature a hollow kingpin and axle to shave weight. The magnesium hanger and baseplate further reduce weight while maintaining the same strength as steel. The result is a truck that's 29% lighter than a traditional steel truck, but just as strong. What this means for you is easier ollies and a much lighter skateboard. That's a plus. A big plus.

Baseplate Style
  • Standard
Axle/Kingpin Style
  • Hollow Axle & Kingpin
  • Set of 2 Trucks
Axle/Kingpin Style

Hollow Axle & Kingpin - Hollow axle trucks cut down on the materials used in the axle, so your trucks feel lighter. Hollow kingpins further reduce weight while still maintaining strength in this critical area.

Non-Compatible Risers

Risers from the following brands are not compatible with the baseplates of these trucks.

Dooks, Independent, Krooked, Loaded, Lucky, Paris, Thunder
Sizing Reference

Note - Every skate truck brand represents their sizing a little differently, so it's easy to get confused. Take a look at this graphic and then reference the size chart.

Size7.625 axle7.625 axle (low)8.0 axle8.0 axle (low)8.25 axle8.25 axle (low)8.5 axle
Hanger (mm):127.4 127.0 132.8 132.8 143.6 139.4 149.0
Board Range (in):7.5 - 7.75 7.5 - 7.75 7.75 - 8.25 7.75 - 8.25 8.0 - 8.5 8.0 - 8.5 8.25 - 8.75
Height (mm):53.5 46.0 45.5 53.0 45.5 53.0
Weight (g):257.0 247.6 233.6 267.6 254.3 276.0
Overall Rating
Reviewed by 36 customers
these maglight los are good trucks
by Brendan McGinnis in Milpitas, CA (Verified Buyer)
Posted on 11/8/2021
Tensor Mag Light Skateboard Trucks - black (5.0 lo)
Grinds great, looks great. I love skating flatground and ledges with these trucks! You're gonna suffer wheelbite hell if you skate wheels bigger than 52mm and no risers. The sticker on the hangar is excessive in my opinion, that's taken off the moment they're set up so why even have them on in the first place?

They turn kinda crappy but they're low trucks so you're kind of asking for it by getting them (I can't recall skating a low truck from another brand, so I don't have much to compare them to, maybe I shouldn't have made that generalization lol). One thing worth noting is that they use different bushings than the standard Tensor bushings (the bottom bushings in the Los are nearly a quarter inch taller than the ones in the normal height trucks), so unless you want to compromise the turning in your truck I would leave the Lo bushings in there.
0 person has found this review helpful
Good stuff
by Brendan McGinnis in Milpitas, CA (Verified Buyer)
Posted on 11/8/2021
Tensor Mag Light Skateboard Trucks - black (5.0)
Grinds great, looks fine, almost never any wheel bite even with pretty loose trucks. I feel like the feeling of the turn is somewhere in between Ventures and Aces.

It seems that they put a lot of lubricant on the bushings, which gave a remarkably sharp turn right out of the box, I can see why you would want to do that so that the user gets the full turn of the truck immediately and they don't have to wait for the bushings to break in but I like to break in my bushings, it was kind of annoying that I had to take apart the truck and clean out all the lubricant.

Also, having that sticker on the hangar is kind of annoying, I took it off immediately but the sticker residue stayed and ended up leaving a dirt silhouette of the sticker on the truck for all to see. If you're a truck manufacturer/distributor and you really have to leave a sticker on the truck (which you shouldn't in my opinion, just put it on the packaging) please put it in a spot where people can't see it with the board assembled, like on the bottom of the baseplate like most other truck companies.

This is my second set of maglights (I am also skating the 5.0 Los) and I haven't experienced any axle bending yet. Perhaps that's more of an issue with the wider versions of those trucks?
2 people have found this review helpful
by Johan Giovanni Latorre in Bogotá - Colombia (Verified Buyer)
Posted on 11/3/2021
Tensor Mag Light Skateboard Trucks - silver (5.5 lo)
lightweight trucks, I don't like the low trucks, but this one deserves it.
0 person has found this review helpful
ohhhh the bushings... maybe i got a defective pair but-
by Colin FitzGerald in SAINT FRANCIS, WI (Verified Buyer)
Posted on 9/6/2021
Tensor Mag Light Skateboard Trucks - black (5.25)
There are un-skateable/un-tightenable. Trucks are rad; bushings need to be more durable/duracity whatever to metric is.
2 people have found this review helpful
2/3 the mass of Silver's trucks
by Skater Boi (Verified Buyer)
Posted on 8/13/2021
Tensor Mag Light Skateboard Trucks - black (5.25 lo)
I wanted heavier trucks so i could ollie higher with light trucks, but the lower weight rrally pushed me toward droppong a few extra dollars and I am completely satisfied (Beginner)
1 person has found this review helpful
by Morris
Posted on 8/7/2021
Tensor Mag Light Skateboard Trucks
If you are over 200lbs and skate curbs, you are rad. Also, these may not be the trucks for you. You may bend the axels. Man they are light and grind like butter, but I got a month out of them before they tweaked and that isn’t worth it to me.
3 people have found this review helpful
Asked by Michael on 2/3/2020
Are you selling the original mag lights (as seen in the photo) or are you only selling the new ones with "all terrain geometry"?
Answered by Hunter H (Tactics Employee) on 2/4/2020
These Tensor Trucks will feature the updated All Terrain Geometry.
18 people have found this answer helpful
Asked by Dean P on 6/20/2019
Is each truck sold separately?
Answered by Cody W (Tactics Employee) on 6/20/2019
All of our trucks are sold in pairs!
17 people have found this answer helpful
Asked by Plaid Retina on 6/10/2017
Hey guys can I get a height and weight for the 8.625? Thanx so much for your time!!
Answered by James D (Tactics Employee) on 6/16/2017
These trucks are 48mm tall from the ground to the bottom of the axle. Together as a pair, they weigh 1.2 lbs
13 people have found this answer helpful