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Ask DocSk8 (Expert Indoor Skate Building Advice) This forum is different then the other SkateLog forums in that it is not a discussion forum, but rather a place you can ask skate building expert Fred "DocSk8" Benjamin about building and repairing indoor speed, derby, and jamskate quad roller skates. Please start a new thread for each new question.

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Old October 29th, 2017, 03:15 AM   #1
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Was there a weight chart on trucks? DA 45 and SA 45 are what I am looking for. Like what metal trucks are the lightest the lightest?
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Old October 29th, 2017, 02:29 PM   #2
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Never seen one but would also be interested to see one.
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Old October 29th, 2017, 04:30 PM   #3
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Opened a search window for truck weight charts, to get the search you have to enter a six figure sequence from a colored window, tried ten times, why have a search window that won’t allow searching, ten times and always wrong, sorry, but why have a search that can’t be used, this is exactly the correct forum to post this, is skate log afraid a robot will search skatelog?

Ah Ha, google this
TRUCK .......................WEIGHT (lbs.)
Anex Low ...................1.4
Blind Reaper ..................1.5
Destructo Bam Mid ..............1.5
Destructo Mid .................1.44
Destructo Low .................1.44
Fury Evo ........................1.44
Fury Super Sport .................1.44
Grind King G-Axl .................1.44
Grind King G5 ...................1.44
Grind King G6 ....................1.44
Grind King G6 Titanium ........1.1
Grind King G7 .....................1.4
Grind King Jay Adams ...........1.5
Grind King Low ....................1.4
Independent Stage 8 ............1.44
Independent Stage 9 - 7.75" ...1.5
Independent Stage 9 - 9" ........1.7
Independent Stage 9 - 10" ......1.9
Krux Downlow ......................1.5
Krux III ..........................1.5
Krux Topless .....................1.4
Monster ..........................1.44
Phantom 2 ........................1.44
Royal Evolution ....................1.5
Royal Mid ........................1.6
Royal OG ..........................1.5
Ruckus Lo-Pro .....................1.5
Ruckus Original ...................1.5
Silver - 7.5" .....................1.4
Tensor Hi ........................1.44
Tensor Lo ........................1.44
Tensor Mid .......................1.44
Thunder Hi ........................1.5
Thunder Lo .......................1.44
Venture Superlight High ........1.44
Venture Superlight Low .........1.44
Venture Superlight Stinger .....1.6
lightest=Grind King G6 Titanium
Weight=1.1
Heaviest=Independent Stage9-10inches Weight=1.9
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Roll-Line Driver, size 160: 526 g (18.6 oz)
Roll-Line Mistral, size 160: 495 g (17.5 oz)
Roll-Line Mistral 160, drilled to lighten it: 445 g (15.7 oz)
Roll-Line Variant, size 160: 485 g (17.1 oz)
16 Atlas Figure E97: 550 g (19.4 oz)
6 Ultimate II: 388 g (13.7 oz)
154 Boen: 306 g (10.8 oz)
156mm Powerdyne Reactor: 397 g (14 oz)
Kiwimaster's Carbon Plates with boen trucks/kingpins, length 165: 275 g (9.7 oz)
Sure Grip Super white magnums, length 155: 400 g
Sure Grip Super white magnums with toe stops cut off, length 155: 340 g

Plates with lengths other than 160
Labeda Proline 725 (184mm): 408 g (14.4 oz)
Sure Grip Super White Magnums Size 5 (173 mm) 17oz/482g
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Was there a weight chart on trucks? DA 45 and SA 45 are what I am looking for. Like what metal trucks are the lightest the lightest?

The lightest metal trucks I have ever run into were Black Diamond SA trucks w/ Ti axles. A smidge under 30 grams.

Most DA45s are 95-110 depending on axles. I have never weighed and SG SA axles.

Note" I am going on memory here, YMMV.
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The lightest metal trucks I have ever run into were Black Diamond SA trucks w/ Ti axles. A smidge under 30 grams.

Most DA45s are 95-110 depending on axles. I have never weighed and SG SA axles.

Note" I am going on memory here, YMMV.
I'll email you soon. Got some questions on certain parts.
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Black diamond trucks hard to find?
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Pretty much....A lot of folks are looking from time to time. The mag trucks are not the sturdiest in the world. The aluminum trucks are a bit stouter both strength and weight wise but none of them are bullet proof.
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Pretty much....A lot of folks are looking from time to time. The mag trucks are not the sturdiest in the world. The aluminum trucks are a bit stouter both strength and weight wise but none of them are bullet proof.
Didn't SG magnums have a set of SA 45 mag trucks? I think you mentioned them not long ago to me. How heavy are those?
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Didn't SG magnums have a set of SA 45 mag trucks? I think you mentioned them not long ago to me. How heavy are those?

Yes, the white Magnums had mag trucks. How many ya want?? I got housings out the kazoo.
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Yes, the white Magnums had mag trucks. How many ya want?? I got housings out the kazoo.
Pm me with a quote for 4 mags, plus one extra in aluminum, 7mm to replace a missing one from my set. I believe I will be able to get finer caster changes since the pivot is further from the center of the cushion pockets.
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