2009 Diamondback GRIND Bike

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2009 Diamondback GRIND Bike GRIND
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    “Garbage!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1”

    The Good:

    rides nice, if your just a begginer

    The Bad:

    has alot of shit parts and weak tubes

    Overall Review:

    dont get it its so garbage unless your a begginer

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    Vital BMX member omidakys322
    89719 omidakys322 http://p.vitalbmx.com/photos/users/89719/avatar/c50_a.jpg?1327165423 http://www.vitalbmx.com/community/omidakys322,89719/all 01/21/12 3 2 1

    “Have an 04 Grind”

    The Good:

    Rides smooth... looks nice, some good parts

    The Bad:

    Heavy, a lot of parts suck

    Overall Review:

    I wouldnt recommend it as anything more than a starter bike

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    Vital BMX member brian.priest1
    83954 brian.priest1 http://p.vitalbmx.com/photos/users/83954/avatar/c50_clown_posse.jpg?1315123024 http://www.vitalbmx.com/community/brian-priest1,83954/all 08/21/11 9 7 http://www.vitalbmx.com/community/brian-priest1,83954/setup 12 199 76 7 60

    “definate fixer uper”

    The Good:

    smooth riding decently durable

    The Bad:

    most of the parts

    Overall Review:

    I bought this bike from a local pawn shop about 2 months ago, not knowing anything about it, i payed $85 for it. the bike started out at 30 lbs and was also very small, which was a huge problem for me. i ended up taking the brakes off, cutting the seat post, took of the gyro, replaced the seat, added grips, spray pained the rims and stem and changed a few other minor things. the bike ended up around 27 lbs which was better but i wasnt happy with the fat seat, the huge ass chainwheel, small toddler handlebars, the non durable rims, the one piece cranks and the fact that all the main parts are made of steel and not chromoly. the bike was pretty Read More »

    Overall Review:

    I bought this bike from a local pawn shop about 2 months ago, not knowing anything about it, i payed $85 for it. the bike started out at 30 lbs and was also very small, which was a huge problem for me. i ended up taking the brakes off, cutting the seat post, took of the gyro, replaced the seat, added grips, spray pained the rims and stem and changed a few other minor things. the bike ended up around 27 lbs which was better but i wasnt happy with the fat seat, the huge ass chainwheel, small toddler handlebars, the non durable rims, the one piece cranks and the fact that all the main parts are made of steel and not chromoly. the bike was pretty durable and smooth riding but definatly a fixer uper(aka a piece of shit) its a great begginers bike but other then that id seek a more expensive and more light weight bike.

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    Vital BMX member Tyler_Jostes
    84444 Tyler_Jostes http://p.vitalbmx.com/photos/users/84444/avatar/c50_fb_picture_100001658224361.jpg?1315109106 http://www.vitalbmx.com/community/Tyler-Jostes,84444/all 09/03/11 1

    Specifications

    Model Year 2009
    Frame Hi-ten steel frame w/ dual cable routing
        Materials
        Top Tube Length
        Chainstay Length
        Head Tube Angle
        Seat Tube Angle
        Standover Height
        BB Height
        Brakemounts
        Dropouts
    Fork Hi-ten steel 1 1/4" OD legs, 1 1/8" threadless steerer, 6mm dropouts
    Handlebar Hi-ten steel 2-piece 24" x 6.75" rise
    Stem 4 bolt alloy top load
    Grips DB Team 'no-flange' w/ plastic bar end caps
    Bar Ends
    Headset FSA 1 1/8" threadless
    Cranks 165mm steel 1-piece
    Sprocket 42t steel
    Bottom Bracket Loose ball
    Pedals DB Sound alloy w/ molded traction pins, chromoly axle
    Chain KMC Z410 1/2 x 1/8
    Driver/Freewheel 16t freewheel
    Front Rim 48h 30mm wide, ano black
    Rear Rim
    Front Hub Front - 48h steel shell w/ 3/8" axle , Rear - 48h steel shell w/ 14mm axle
    Rear Hub
    Front Tire DB Cellblock 20x2.1
    Rear Tire
    Spokes Black 14g
    Seat DB padded freestyle
    Seatpost 25.4mm steel pillar
    Seatpost Clamp
    Brakes LeeChi side-pull front, LeeChi U-brake rear w/ SST DC Amplifier, soft compound pads
    Brake Levers LeeChi alloy w/ reach adjust
    Detangler SST ORYG
    Cable
    Pegs
    Colors Light Blue, Grey
    Weight
    Miscellaneous Soft compound brake pads, SST DC Amplifier & ORYG, 2 pegs, owner's manual
    Price N/A
    More Info Diamondback website

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