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The dude above me jacked my bike, took the stickers off, and changed the parts. Lolololol. But seriously, we got the same bike. Anyway...Black goes great with it. I also like purple too. This isn't the best picture but its the only up to date one that
I don't know about rawing them thOugh. All that money just to have to work on it. Lol. I might consider it though.
I hope they feel better than the Indents. Lol.
Just ordered them. Along with the finishing part to my Galaxy bike!
Well, looks like I'll get the Thunders then.
I've never rode a 22 MM spindle before. But I have rode a two peice crank though. It felt very good. Very stiff, and ridged. Surely whatever I get will feel better than the Indents I'm running now.
If I'm gonna drop 180 bucks a freaking cranks...I'll get what I want for sure. I like to hear in out from other folks. Especially when I'm unfamiliar with the brand or whatever. I'll throw the idea around some more after work. Both the Odyssey cranks ... more »
The Thunders aren't my style. But I have leaning towords them more because of the warranty.
But the Thunders don't have the look I want. That's what I can't get past.
I've thought about the teams. Well...the team 22s now. I'm no good at making decisions.especially when there are so many nice cranks on the market now. The Thunders, Fiends, ans Stolen 22s are all nice. Just don't know which one I want. The Fiends suit ... more »
I'm running the 19 MM indents now. No issues yet. Then again..I'm not a heavy ir hard rider either. They feel good but my Buddy's 19mm Stolen "Team" cranks feel stupid good compared to the indents.
For sure. I think the fiends are 174. Of course I'd want the more expensive option. Lol. But still a little cheaper than the Columns.
OnLy the face plate is forged. The body is cast. My bad. Either way..should still be fine.
I think the Freeze stems are Forged and not casted, which us good. I'd rather have a forged stem than a casted stem...but I'd rather have a CNC'd stem over the previousLy mentioned manufacturing processes. They seem to be solid. A good value for the ... more »
That's what I was thinking too. Alrighty. Pros are out then. I love American made stuff buy I ride a little but of everything. Primarily park...but some street too. And my buddy just build a little dirt trail behind his House so we'll start fooling around ... more »
after reading some of the stuff here on Vital about the Profiles...I might stay away from them. Seems like the street folk mess them up. Most common problem seems to be jacked up crank arms.
Photo for reference.
Word. That's good news. Now some more cranks I have looked into are the Profile GDH cranks. They are available in raw as well but the welds aren't as pronounced. They are American made..I'm sure as just about all of you know....which is nice. that's ... more »
Just sent Fiend an email, asking if a list of dealers could be provided. We'll see how it goes...
I hear you. I did email the distribution company Fiend goes through about possibly getting a lost of shops here in SC the sells Fiend products. Unfortunately, I haven't heard back....and it's been about 3 days since I emailed them. I'm not sure why I'm ... more »