Introducción

Be sure that you have installed grip tape on your board before installing your skateboard trucks. If you have not, please see the Grip Tape Application guide. Also be aware of the type of hardware you have. This will decide whether you need an Allen Wrench or a Phillips Head Screwdriver.

Insert bolt hardware through the factory drilled holes from the top side of the skateboard.
  • Insert bolt hardware through the factory drilled holes from the top side of the skateboard.

  • If you have a riser and would like to install it, please reference the Wheel Bite Prevention guide.

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Slide the truck onto the four protruding bolt hardware screws, while using your hand to prevent the screws from popping out the top of the skateboard.
  • Slide the truck onto the four protruding bolt hardware screws, while using your hand to prevent the screws from popping out the top of the skateboard.

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  • Hand tighten the nut hardware onto all four bolts.

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  • While holding the nuts on the bottom side of the skateboard in place with the 3/8" wrench, tighten the screws from the top side of the skateboard with a screwdriver. Tighten the screws in a diagonal pattern until the head of the screw sinks slightly into the grip tape.

  • Repeat steps 1 - 6 to install the second truck.

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Conclusión

To uninstall your trucks, simply follow these steps in reverse order. To continue assembling your skateboard deck, see the Wheel Installation guide.

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