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Independent Andrew Reynolds Stage 11 Gc Hollow

Show some love for The Boss with his signature Independent Stage 11 GC Hollow Trucks. With a newly reworked geometry and design, Independent's Andrew Reynolds Stage 11 GC Hollow Trucks maintain the classic look of the Stage 10 Trucks with more features than ever! Improved and easier turning, better stability at high speeds and over harsh landings, less wheel bite, more overall grind clearance, longer lasting, stronger on impact, and improved "No Hang-up" yoke! Sizes: 129mm- 7.75" axle, fits deck sizes 7.5" to 7.75". 139mm- 8" axle, fits deck sizes 7.75" to 8.25". 149mm- 8.25" axle, fits deck sizes 8.25" to 8.75". Set of 2 trucks. Other features: Hollow kingpin and axle, 356 T6 Aluminum Hangers and Baseplates, 4140 Chromoly Steel Axles, and Grade 8 Kingpins. Made in the USA.
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Does the kingpin being hollow therefore make it weaker?

I have a bad habit of breaking solid kingpins, so i'm scared to buy a hollow one in fear i'll break it before I really get my moneys worth out of it.
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The Independent Andrew Reynolds Stage 11 Gc Hollow, will actually have stronger metal than the normal aluminum. So, basically the "hollow" will not make it weaker.
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How much does these Independent GC Hollow 139 weigh?

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The Independent Andrew Reynolds Stage 11 Gc Hollow (139), will weigh (12.56 oz per truck individually). These are the 8.00 trucks.
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So is the 8.25 truck actually 8.5 or am I just reading that other question wrong? Thanks

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The Independent Reynolds Stage 11 GC Hollow trucks were made in 3 different sizes; 129 (7.6" axle), 139 (8.0" axle), and the 149 (8.5" axle). The (8.25" axle), actually measures 8.5". If you order the (8.25" axle), you will be receiving a (8.5" axle length), that can be used for 149 and up decks.
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are the mid size trucks ok for street skating and tricks

I noticed most the pro models are mid height I think and I'm reading that I should use lows for street skating, tricks grinding and such
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Usually, the height of your truck will affect what you can do with the board. If you want more stability for flip tricks, a low skateboard truck and small wheels are your best bet. For cruising and speed, you need a higher skate truck to accommodate large wheels. If you’re a beginner, stick with a standard medium truck.
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"Quantity 1" does that mean a pair or single?

I wan't to order a new pair of trucks. What do I put in the quantity field 1 or 2? I'm not sure if it means one pair of trucks or if it is a singular truck? Sorry for the bad explanation:)
asked 1 year, 4 months ago
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Understood and no need to apologize. The Independent Andrew Reynolds Stage 11 Gc Hollow trucks are sold as a set, or two each. When ordering, choose a quantity of 'one' for a 'pair' of trucks.
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Looking for a low trucks

is there any future availability of reynolds hollow trucks 139mm low?
any colorways would do but prefer black, if there is. though raw will do. thanks guys
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Sorry...but sometimes the only way to know of future warehouse stock is to check the website frequently. There are no future orders planned in the system at this time for a Independent Andrew Reynolds Stage 11 Gc Hollow in a low style. This can change if the manufacturer presents us newer stock to distribute. Unfortunately, I don't really know when or if this will happen until the product is actually ordered.
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Does indy make 8.25 anymore?

my friend bought a pair of 8.25 indys but you gave him 8.5 indys, when i look on the independent site they dont have 8. 25 trucks? are the 8.25 reynolds hollows actually 8.25 inches. thanks :)
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I am still awaiting an answer from the purchasing department to verify that the 8.25" Independent Stage 11 Standard Trucks posted online are indeed the 8.5" axle width. When I measured these, I did get 8.5" for the axle. So if 8.25" is ordered, that is the dimension you will receive. The information online should be corrected soon.
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Are these low, medium or high?

Are the 139's low, medium or high?
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The Independent Andrew Reynolds Stage 11 Gc Hollow trucks in this model grouping should all be standard heights. I can see why the question is asked about the 139mm hangar, as I have seen a low version of these. But these ones should all be standard height. I do have an additional inquiry to our purchasing department, and if I am wrong, I will post another answer. But I went ahead and answered because I feel fairly certain that I am correct.
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Trick size

Will 7.75 trucks be ok on a 8.0 deck as you were out of the 8.0 size trucks yesterday on the skateboard builder?
 
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A 7.75 sized truck can be used on an 8" deck. The difference is so small that one shouldn't really notice. It is when the truck is wider than the deck which can cause performance issues. But the 7.75 sized Independent Andrew Reynolds Stage 11 Gc Hollow should work alright for you.
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how much do these weigh?

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The Independent Andrew Reynolds Stage 11 GC Hollow trucks in an 8.25 size weigh 13.28oz each. I weighed the biggest size so you would have the maximum weight.
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What is the difference between these and the stage 10's

stage 10 and 11? what's the difference?
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The Independent Andrew Reynolds Stage 11 Gc Hollow trucks have a 'hollow' construction whereas the Independent Stage 10 Standard Trucks have a solid construction. This will affect the weight of the trucks...the hollow style will weigh less.
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when is the 8.25 Reynolds hollows going to be instock?

please i need to know!
asked 1 year, 7 months ago
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The backorder date that is showing on the website is the same receipt date that is in the system for the Independent Andrew Reynolds Stage 11 Gc Hollow trucks in the 8.25 size. We are awaiting the delivery on a daily basis until received from the vendor.
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Are these trucks low, medium or high?

Are they 139 standards?
asked 1 year, 8 months ago
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The Stage 10 Reynolds were 51.5mm, since the standards are 55mm and the lows are 48.5mm, they were mids I guess (but not labeled as such). You should probably contact Independent to ask. Their website has a description that says they're standard height, but I kinda think they're mids.
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The Independent Andrew Reynolds Stage 11 Gc Hollow trucks are on a back order status until the first of March, 2013. I can speculate that the 8" axle would be the standard size; but it would be safest if I can wait to answer this question until we can actually be sure of the sizing. If you would please resubmit your question when the trucks show available, then I will be able to get out to the warehouse to see what style of trucks these are for sure.
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