Orangatang Bushings - Nipples
If you are looking for revitalizing your Trucks, and want your Trucks to be responsive and lively, the Nipples are here for you.
Orange - Soft
Purple - Medium
Yellow - Hard
Package includes 2x Top bushing, 2x Bottom Bushing, 4x Flat Riser.
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Designed to provide a lively and energetic ride, Nipples will revitalize any setup for carving, pumping, dancing, freestyle and freeride.
Poured in extremely high rebound Randy Urethane, the Nipples return to their shape fast, which creates a perfect feel for pumping and cruising. They are slightly larger than standard barrel bushings, and there are the bottom and top bushing. The bottom is slightly taller, to make up for carrying most of riders weight.
Recommended weight ranges for lower speed (under 20 mph) riding are below. For faster riding, we recommend going harder.
Nipple bushings fit Paris, Tracker Fastrack, Gullwing Charger II, and old (pre-2010) Bear trucks. They are not compatible with new Bears, Gullwing Chargers, or Indys. Nipples work with Randal trucks, but they do not sit completely contained in the bushing seat. Since the Randal bushing seat is so low, however, it does not interfere with the performance of the bushings. They fit Caliber trucks, but the lean becomes very restricted past a certain point.
Outer diameter: 2.5 cm / 1 inch
Height (top): 1.4 cm / 0.56 inch
Soft (orange): 80-180 lbs / 35-85 kg
Medium (purple): 160-230 lbs / 70-105 kg
Hard (yellow): 200-270 lbs / 90-125 kg Height (bottom): 1.7 cm / 0.66 inch
Werken de Orangatang Nipples busings met de Bear Grizzly gen 5 trucks?
Hi, de O'tang Nipples passen helaas niet op de Bear gen 5. De nipples zijn ontworpen voor Paris trucks. Cheers!