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What you’ll need:

  • Skate tool, or 9/16” and  1/2” socket wrenches
  • rag/cloth/paper towel
  • Cotton swabs (Q-Tips)
  • Anti-Seize lubricant

The Process:

  • Step 1: Remove all nuts, bushings, and wheels.
  • Step 2: Use a rag to clean your trucks focusing on all part interfaces such as axles, kingpins, SupportCups and SupportPins. Use the cotton swabs to clean out the SupportPin hole and SupportCup. Make sure they are clean prior to assembly.
  • Step 3: Check your SupportBushings in the SupportPins: If the bushings are looking dead it’s probably time for new ones, but if the deformation isn’t too bad you can flip them to give the bushings some extra life.
  • Step 4: Dab small amount of anti-seize around the bottom edge and on the tips of the SupportPins, then press them back into place. (Unless excessive amounts pour out, leave the small bit of anti-seize that pushes out of the hole around the SupportPin.)
  • Step 5: Apply a bit of anti seize to the pivot pin before reattaching the bottom bushings and hangers with the baseplates.
  • Step 6: Dab a small amount of anti-seize on both the kingpin and nut threads. No need to make it perfect as the nut will distribute the anti-seize evenly when tightened down.
  • Step 7: Tighten down the kingpin nut to your desired setting.
  • Step 8: Install wheels back onto axles.

We recommend going through this process once a month or more if you switch wheels or bushings often. By following a regular maintenance schedule, you’ll prevent unnecessary wear and tear on your trucks and keep them performing at their best.

- the Ronin Factory