Ever since about half a year ago, my top bearing race started seizing up. Usually, I'd be able to slip it off and on quite easily. I started having to hammer out my forks and doing that, I feel that the bearing does take some unnecessary force. I actually ... more »
Added reply in a thread HELP WITH 180s PLEASE!!! 3/24/2015 2:29 AM
No one ever emphasizes the fact that being goofy-footed can make learning spins from the beginning MUCH harder. In contrast to people who ride with regular footing, your back foot would naturally allow for easier leverage on the crank arm, thus letting ... more »
Added reply in a thread SHADOW CORVUS RIMS POLISHED CLEAN 3/3/2015 9:47 PM
I was waiting when the guy posted this a while back. I wonder why no one ever posted to snatch these.. Good luck with that.
Added reply in a thread Headset issues. 3/3/2015 9:44 PM
But really, it's just the headset races. I've tried 3 different sets of bearings and top bearing races, and on 2 different frames as well.. No success.. I do use grease.
Added reply in a thread Goofy Footed Bmx 3/3/2015 9:28 PM
Forreals though. Everyone else who rides normally usually learn spins, well....normally. It's easy for people to start off doing those sketchy two-tired spins and then eventually fix them up. Being goofy-footed, I never found that easy and it took me ... more »
Added reply in a thread LF: Tan wall tires, 2.25+, 100+ PSI 3/3/2015 1:11 AM
Bump? No one has been selling tires on here for a while. Honestly, if I could find something nice, I don't even need tan walls. It's just been a while, and all the colored wall tires I ever see are used to the point where they have stretch marks or have ... more »
Added reply in a thread BSD Hubset/Birdcage wheelset LSD, 9t with 3 hub guards 3/3/2015 1:10 AM
Would you part out the rear hub alone?
Added reply in a thread Goofy Footed Bmx 3/3/2015 12:53 AM
FOR SURE, I know that depending on the technique you do with spins, that's pretty much all that is affected by being goofy-footed. This is due to the fact that you can give the bike that extra swing with the rear foot that regular-footed people would ... more »
Added reply in a thread What cranks are these? 2/26/2015 8:11 PM
Due to picture above, we can all definitely infer that they're just some stock Premium's, nothing more.
Added reply in a thread LF: Tan wall tires, 2.25+, 100+ PSI 2/23/2015 10:59 PM
Sorry, not a fan of Demolition tires. BUMP
Started new thread LF: Tan wall tires, 2.25+, 100+ PSI 2/18/2015 11:04 PM
What the title says, preferably in good condition. I'd like 2.2 or 2.4 Odyssey Chase Hawk's. Anything else works as long as there's no horrifying stretch marks. I would also really prefer a matching set. The size can be mix-matched though.
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Added reply in a thread sell or trade brand new chrome g sport rollcage 2/9/2015 8:20 PM
How much do you want for it?
Started new thread Sprocket Alignment Trouble 2/8/2015 12:10 AM
Ever since I went to LHD on my two-piece cranks (majority of two-piece cranks are built fixed on the RHD side), my sprocket can never be installed 100% aligned. My method of installation involved leaving the sprocket bolt partially loose as I tighten ... more »
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Started new thread Sprocket Alignment Trouble 2/8/2015 12:00 AM
So ever since I started running LHD with my two-piece cranks (fixed on RHD side), my sprocket will never line up 100% no matter what I try. I've tried leaving the sprocket bolt loose, then tightening the crank arm down first, then the sprocket which ... more »
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Added reply in a thread Tire Review Compilation Thread 2/7/2015 11:52 PM
Fit FAF (2.25 exclusively) is hands down the best tire I've ridden, along with the Fly Ruben Rampara (2.25 only as well). I have bought both brand new since about July last year and they've still got 60% tread at least, not to mention the slides I do ... more »
Added reply in a thread feeling like shit 2/4/2015 10:14 PM
Knew that Concerta was not for me due to anxiety. Still did it anyways for studying purposes, etc. Not a good thing for misuse, let me tell ya.
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Added reply in a thread Gsport 2/4/2015 9:43 PM
Just make you don't care about grinding down the lock/cone nuts on your hub. It's a SPOKE guard, not a full on hub guard. Plus, you'll eventually want to upgrade if you ride real rough and slam sideways and all the sort. Eventually, you'll put pull marks ... more »
Added reply in a thread Hub Guards - 15mm 2/3/2015 9:43 PM
I hate aluminum guards. Until I grind smooth (NEVER), I'm never gonna want to use aluminum guards. I finally used one this weekend and it started denting a tiny bit. So sketchy.. More like my riding style, but whatever. Chromoly guards ftw!
Added reply in a thread lube hub bearing with.... 2/2/2015 8:22 PM
I seriously remember running AstroGlide in one of my rear hubs. I'll never stop mentioning it on here, lol.