The Iron trucks are produced in Europe which is quite unique. They are perfect for beginners as well as advanced skaters and the nice selection of colours means that you will easily find one that suits your setup. The high-quality mix of aluminium and steel yields a strong truck that is ready for both park and street shredding.
With the classic barrel-cone bushing-setup and 92A durometer urethane material you will get a truck that is very controllable and smooth to skate.
This is the 5.25" High edition which will let you ride larger wheels than mid or low trucks.
|Model||Hanger width||Deck width||Axle Width|
|129||5" (129mm)||7.50 - 7.75"||7.75"|
|139||5.5" (139mm)||8.00 - 8.25"||8.25"|
|149||5.8" (149mm)||8.25 - 8.50"||8.5"|
|159||6.25" (159mm)||8.60 - 9.00"||9.0"|
|Rubber bushings are poor quality. Damaged when trucks were tightened. I ended up using bushings from old trucks, which are working fine. Other than that perhaps the trucks are a bit heavy but that's priced in at the lower price range.|
|Phillip Doyle (Tralee)|
Reply from SkatePro: Thank you for your time in leaving a review. We are sorry to hear that your experience with the product was not positive. The bushings that come with the entry level trucks are usually hard, so if we tighten them too much they can break. However, even if the product is not top of the range, it should be able to withstand several sessions until the bushings break. We are glad to hear that you have been able to find a shaft that works well with the axle and hope that if you need any advice for your next purchase please do not hesitate to contact us. /Team Skatepro
|2 x Iron High Skateboard Truck (133 - Silver) looks prettie. Weight approx: 340.g - 345.g 1x one. One Truck is bit heavyer than other. But not much. I heard some sayin' that skateboard front is better to be bit heavyer than back. For more control. In this case I can make it like that. Heavy one will be my front truck , lighter one back truck. Iron Trucks have White Star on both trucks middle. And some small writting around Star on circle in Black color.|
|Arnis Kalejs (Valdemārpils)|