King Pins


King Pins is a small scale real-time strategy game. Collect resources and expand your territory while defending your main unit: the king! If your king dies, you lose!

Frequency asked questions and rumours

When was King Pins released?

King Pins was released on 24 Oct, 2020

Who was the developer that made King Pins?

Sokpop Collective, Sokpop Collective were the developers that made King Pins

Are king pins the same as ball joints?

A ball joint is a metal case that is crimped around a ball that has a threaded shaft protruding from it, while a kingpin is a solid pin that either a bushing or bearing rotates around.1 Mar 2006

Is a Dana 60 kingpin stronger than a ball joint?

Yes, a kingpin is and always be strong than a ball joint, mainly because a ball joint just has a large crimp holding it all together. Do you need it? The Dana 60 Lower ball joint is a lot larger than a Dana 44 ball joint (the upper, not so much).17 Mar 2014

What is the difference between kingpin and ball joint?

A ball joint is a metal case that is crimped around a ball that has a threaded shaft protruding from it, while a kingpin is a solid pin that either a bushing or bearing rotates around.1 Mar 2006

What do king pins do?

King pins, the bushings that encircle them, and their related components are essential for proper steering. The king pin on a truck connects the steer axle to the steering knuckle, supporting the steering geometry and allowing the wheel ends to turn the vehicle.

Where are the king pins on a truck?

The nipple at the front of a semi-trailer to connect to a fifth wheel coupling on a tractor unit is also known as a kingpin, which usage is analogous to the original horse-drawn wagon and traction engine steering use.

What are king pins on a truck?

The king pin on a truck connects the steer axle to the steering knuckle, supporting the steering geometry and allowing the wheel ends to turn the vehicle. These hefty steel pins work in tandem with the bushings to handle intense forces while keeping the knuckle in proper alignment.

What’s a kingpin on a truck?

The king pin on a truck connects the steer axle to the steering knuckle, supporting the steering geometry and allowing the wheel ends to turn the vehicle. These hefty steel pins work in tandem with the bushings to handle intense forces while keeping the knuckle in proper alignment.

What’s stronger Dana 60 kingpin or ball joint?

Bronco Guru Yes, a kingpin is and always be strong than a ball joint, mainly because a ball joint just has a large crimp holding it all together.17 Mar 2014

What is a kingpin on a truck trailer?

The king pin is a component of the coupling between the semi-trailer and the tractor unit. Different designs make it possible to install king pins onto a trailer quite easily.