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.
- Hollow Axle & Kingpin
- Set of 2 Trucks
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.
Risers from the following brands are not compatible with the baseplates of these trucks.
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.
|Size||7.625 axle||7.625 axle (low)||8.0 axle||8.0 axle (low)||8.25 axle||8.25 axle (low)||8.375 axle||8.5 axle|
|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||8.125 - 8.625||8.25 - 8.75|
My wish is that Tensor would make several hardness choices for their trucks, are you listening Rodney? Right now I use Indy black 94 bushings, I hope the unevenness corrects it self with more riding, that’s the only issue with otherwise great trucks. They are so much lighter than my tensor alloys.
I would recommend tensor mag lights to any skater that is into street and tech skating and likes light trucks and board set up.