Bear Grizzly 840's Longboard Truck - Black 40 Degree

Bear Grizzly 840's Longboard Trucks Black 40 Degree (Sold in pairs)
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Nothing says steeze more than a set of blacked out Bear trucks, weather your ripping freeride on Bear 852s or hitting mach 10 speeds down a hill on the 840s, Bear trucks offer extreme durability from their proprietary aluminum formula. Some say the combination of Grade 8 steel kingpin and axle and Bear aluminum gives riders the most durable cast truck on the market. The widened rear baseplate legs give you the extra durability you need when throwing down early grabs off that kicker you just built. Also, the flippable hanger you find on Bear trucks gives you the ability to quickly change your board from a freeride machine to a downhill beast. If you want to fine tune the ride even more check out Venom or Orangatang Bushings.

Made with the same construction and expertise as the Bear Grizzly 852''s, the 840''s feature a 40 degree baseplate as opposed to a 52 degree baseplate. This makes the truck more stable at high speeds, making it a great choice for downhill riding. While they perform great at high speeds, truck of this nature are not as responsive at low speeds and so they are not typically recommended for those looking to do mellow cruising.

A great all round truck, whether your commuting, cruising, or going fast down hills. The 2010 Grizzly''s are a completely gutted, redesigned version of the already great Bear Grizzly''s. All the goods of the 2009''s are still here, including the sweet-spot 181mm axle width, flipable hanger for cruising and bombing options, and a baseplate shape/hole pattern to mount to just about any board out there today including drop-through''s.

Tech Specs

The new stronger and lighter 2010 design has been fine tuned to fit any standard 24mm diameter bushing on top or bottom. The baseplate and hanger turn at 40 degrees whatever setup, but the positive (standard) and negative (flipped) leverage axle placement helps you change your setup from general carving to a stable hill bombing machine in seconds. The new geometry and bushing seats will give you the best combination of lean, rebound, and response possible. The axles are heat treated, so the chance of you bending an axle is greatly reduced. Basically....you''ll never want to ride another set of longboard trucks after you try these.

Hardware to mount to the board is sold separately

  • Grizzly 840's
  • 40 Degree Baseplate
  • 8mm Axles
Brand Bear