Mini Logo Mini Logo Skateboard Truck Set (Pair)

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Mini Logo - Mini Logo Skateboard Truck Set (Pair)
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The Mini Logo Truck Assembly Skateboard Truck (Pair) are durable trucks that will withstand a heavy beating. Pair them with your favorite Bones wheels and Mini Logo skateboard deck for an awesome ride.

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Includes 2 trucks



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Mini Logo Mini Logo Skateboard Truck Set (Pair)

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No Love for Mini-Logo Trucks


from Seatlle

About Me Casual Rider


  • Lightweight
  • Stylish


  • Bad Bushing Seat Design
  • Bad Clearance For Any Whe
  • Bad Wheel Clearance
  • Poor Rebound
  • Poor Turning

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    Comments about Mini Logo Mini Logo Skateboard Truck Set (Pair):

    No love for Mini-Logo Trucks

    I purchased these based on the numerous glowing reviews and because I needed a set of 8.75" trucks. After several adjustments I have found that these trucks do not approach the expectations I have come to rely on from Independent and Ace (the only other 2 truck companies I have used).

    1st setup:
    9" board (Flood Kontrol Ditch Stick II, no wheel wells)
    Bones DTF 58 mm wheels
    1/8" shock risers

    I usually go for a looser type setup. For example, I swap out the stock medium orange Indy bushings for soft reds. The Mini-Logos are indeed soft but too much so with this setup. I got wicked wheel bite even with the kingpin super tight. Rebound was pretty terrible too (both tight and loose) with the trucks not returning to center after turns. I switched the bushings out to Bones Mediums and turning and rebound dramatically improved. However, the trucks were still too low and I got a lot of wheel bite.

    One review stated that if you add 1/4" risers to these trucks they perform just like high Indy's. So I added 3/8" risers. Still got significant wheel bite and the turning was stiff and not very sharp at all (nothing like Indy's or Ace). I then tried a smaller wheel and higher risers.

    2nd setup:
    9" board (Flood Kontrol Ditch Stick II, no wheel wells)
    Bullet Church Glass 55 mm wheels
    3/8" shock risers

    No wheel bite with this one but the turning was pretty bad. I eventually put Indy's on this setup. At this point I was pretty disappointed with the Mini-Logo trucks but determined to find a use for them.

    3rd Setup:
    10 x 30 old school pig shape (with wheel wells)
    Rat Bones 60 mm wheels
    1/2" hard riser with 1/8" shock riser

    I set this up for cruising mainly with some curb and pool skating mixed in. Because I went to the 60 mm wheels I went very high with the risers. I switched back to the mini-logo bushings (I was done wasting the Bones bushings on these trucks). I still had to tighten the back trucks quite a bit to avoid wheel bite to the point that the top bushing began to bulge out from under the washer. After a little cruising I thought I had found a good fit but when trying a quick slappy just for fun the bottom bushing slipped out of the base plate seating on the back truck preventing it from returning to the correct position. This is perhaps the worst design flaw. If I can't carve into a curb then there is no way I trust this in a bowl. At this point I felt I had given these trucks enough chances and I'm pretty much at a loss now. I realize this review is at odds with virtually every other review and consider that I am not a very technical skater and I'm pretty hard on my equipment. Maybe someone that does a lot of flippy tricks and not a lot of carving and smashing into stuff are cool with these trucks but they are definitely not for me. I'll stick with Indy and Ace (although I have been tempted to try Caliber trucks).


    Poor Turning
    Poor Rebound
    Bad clearance for any wheel over 55mm (even with risers)
    Terrible base plate seating design for stock bushing (pops out when doing slappies!)

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