Ronin reinvented the longboard truck, and these new-school features are here to stay.
Cast Ronins are a different breed of beast in the truck world. They took they Reverse Kingpin Truck to a new place by adding a queen pin, a lot of rake, and completely open bushing seat. What you get is stabilization and the elimination of slop, without sacrificing turn, lean, and dive. They retain a low angle at 42.5° but they don't feel low or slow-turning at all. In fact, Ronins are some of the most responsive trucks I've ever ridden. They turn on a dime and snap back naturally while retaining a super solid center. If you're looking to begin downhilling, or bring your freeride game up, Ronins feel like a cheat code for going faster.
The same precision engineering in a more affordable package. Completely interchangable with their precision counterparts, the geometry is nearly identical, but these feature more rake for a quicker turn while retaining a lower (42.5º) baseplate angle for high-speed stability.
180mm hanger with 8mm axles and 42.5º baseplates, drilled with a 6-hole bolt pattern to fit both old and new school boards.
92a "Fruit Punch" bushings complement the trucks perfectly with a great rebound, fluid turn, and functionality at a wide spectrum of weight classes.
95a "Ice Tea" bushings are for those wanting a more stable platform for high-speed riding, or for heavier riders; while still retaining the Ronin rebound and turn.
Now comes with Ronin 96a Black Licorice premium urethane pivot tubes!
Price is for one pair of trucks.