66mm (aka HalfTrack) - great for old school/retro sized setups (needs baseplate: Dart or RTS)
85mm (aka MidTrack) - great for old school/retro sized setups (needs baseplate: Dart or RTS)
106 mm (aka FulTrack) - great for slalom rear trucks and 7.25" freestyle decks (needs baseplate: Dart or RTS)
129 mm - great for LDP rear trucks and street 7.75 - 8" decks
139 mm - great for LDP rear trucks and pool & park 8.25"
149 mm - great for LDP rear trucks and pool & park 8.5" decks
161 mm (aka SixTrack) - measures 9" axle to axle (needs baseplate: Dart or RTS)
184 mm - 9.75 inches axle to axle - works great with 10" pig decks (needs baseplate: Dart or RTS)
219 mm - From axle to axle this monster measures in at 11" wide! Truck of choice for a 12" pig (needs baseplate: Dart or RTS)
BASEPLATES ARE NOT AVAILABLE - TRUCK HANGER ONLY. NOTE: Tracker Dart is the same geometry as Tracker RTS - so hangers are compatible with either baseplate. Tracker RTX are the same geometry as Tracker Axis - so hangers are compatible with either baseplate.
One hanger - sold seperately.
About the Dart Design: The Tracker Dart model takes it’s design and turn angle from the legendary Tracker’s of the late 1970’s. The Dart is commonly referred to as a medium height truck, in that the hanger allows for more clearance between the deck and wheel. The Tracker Dart model is a predictable, stable truck.
ABOUT TRACKER TRUCKS: Tracker
Skateboard Trucks - founded in 1975 - were the first trucks designed specifically
for skateboarding. More than twenty five years ago the Tracker
engineers based their original design on performance, reliability, and durability.
Today those three words continue to be the driving force of Tracker Trucks.
Over the years, the original Tracker design has been copied by our competitors
many times. Renamed and re-packaged, they all fall short in comparison
legendary Tracker Skateboard Truck. If dependability, performance and a long
standing reputation for quality products is what you want, go with Tracker...trucks
you can trust since 1975.
(Courtesy Tracker Trucks web site). Tracker headquarters located in Southern California.
Video - Tracker Truck Manufacturing narrated by Tracker founder Larry Balma