DrZoidbergUsually cnc'd tkp trucks (street trucks) are for pumper or slalom setups. Sometimes the front and rear trucks come as a set and have different geometry for front and rear. This avoids you having to use crazy wedge riser setups to get a low or zero degree rear or mounting the trucks on a kicktail with a fuckton of flat riser. I think right now Don't Trip has a majority of the market on tkps for pumpers, but I don't pay attention enough to say that for sure.
Yeah although the Bhangers or whatever that they make are made for pumping setups. They also have a metal zero degree bracket with an rkp on it. I have my commuter deck wedged but never pump it anymore. So I don't think that these wide-ish trucks are
Also slalomers prefer RKP trucks nowadays, which DT also makes. I think it's actually their main product.
Idk man I quit dh longboarding last summer.
I remember DT had a truck called the "Trixxx" that sounded like it was
actually made for street, which is kinda funny.
It's not that different from getting a metal aggressive inline frame though...?
I was mainly asking street skaters if they would ever want to get a precision street truck and if there was ever any reason for it. I think if you really wanna get a precision street truck your best bet is probably Surfrodz Grindz