We’ve looked at every truck we have lying around and checked to see if this inverted kingpin set would fit. If you have a truck which isn’t on this chart and want to know if you can use these, get in touch and we’ll figure it out together.
|Ace||All trucks||No||The space around the kingpin is slightly too big to hold the nut.|
|Film||All trucks||Yes||A perfect fit, as you’d expect|
|Gullwing||Mission I||Possibly||It looks like it should work, but we don’t have stock to check!|
|Gullwing||Pro III||Yes||Kingpin works well, but a barrel bottom bushing would be a better setup.|
|Gullwing||Shadow DLX||Yes||Works perfectly.|
|Independent||All trucks||No||Independent widened the hole in the baseplate specifically to stop hex head kingpins from being used in Stage 9. Older trucks will take them, but modern ones won’t.|
|Paris||Street Trucks||No||There’s nothing to hold the kingpin nut in place.|
|Sure-Grip||Invader 700||No||There’s nothing to hold the kingpin nut in place.|
|Tracker||All trucks||Yes||As far as we know, all Tracker trucks can still take hex head kingpins.|
Note: these will not fit ANY RKP, regardless of brand design; they’re too short, and won’t reach the baseplate. There’s little need for an inverted kingpin on an RKP anyway, so try not to lose sleep over this, yeah?