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2014 Stolen Sinner Bike

“It's good for the price”

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The Good: Light( if you care about that kind of thing)

The Bad: The steerer tube makes your stem slip out of place gradually, the bars are wide so inconsistent barspins

Overall Review: I like it, just the stickers never come off and the tubes that come with it are shit

Demolition Keystone Stem

“Light, Looks Nice, Dont over tighten.”

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The Good: It looks stunning, Hollow Bolts, Its Extremley Light and theres not much to hit your knee on.

The Bad: Minor Slips, Soft Metal, its pinched a little.

Overall Review: Ive been riding this stem for about 5 months now. and i love it, its really nice. looks nice and rides nice. but...It dents easy and The front bolts have actually come through the bottom of the stem. Honestly though i do think this is just due to over tightening so just be careful not to over tighten the bolts. Good stem, would buy again. :)

Stolen Revolver Wheels

“Do not buy -_-”

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The Good: Look nice, my front hub spins for ages, cheap.

The Bad: The rims bend and dent easily. The spokes are shit. The back hub isnt fully sealed.

Overall Review: After about 2 months of riding this wheel spokes snapped and bent. and then to my surprise it wasnt the spokes that had snapped... it was the nipples.. they had been ripped out of the shitty rim. yes theyre cheap but if you buy cheap then you buy twice.

2013 GT Zone Bike

“Pretty sweet bike for the price catagory!”

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The Good: LIGHTWEIGHT! I read 24 pounds online, feels like it. Cool frame geo, great for mannys wheelies and bunnyhops 180s etc
sealed bb airbag 2.1 tires feels just right, not too heavy
standard 25 9 t gear ratio

The Bad: front hub is unsealed
rear hub is semi sealed... front wheel wobbles a bit, same with rear (bike shop didn't tighten hubs enough I guess! fail on local bike shops behalf...) But easy fix if you have the right wrenches.

Overall Review: This bike is perfect considering I paid $250 plus tax (2014 came out so i scooped a 2013) It's hard to find a new bike with some sealed components and extremely lightweight for that price. good job GT. Perfect starter NICE bmx bike... (My starter bmx bike bike was/is a 2004 mongoose crush al about 32 pounds so this GT zone is a FUN bike for me to try to whip around... My only fear is the frame can't handle big drops, so I wouldn't recommend doing any serious drops but its great to learn balance, 180s, wheelies, hops, mannys all the beginner tricks. And seriously, idt 24 pounds is an exaggeration, it really is that light. lol

Stolen Revolver Wheels

“DO NOT BUY HORRIBLE”

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The Good: NOTHING IS GOOD! The only good part is you get to spend more on your phone bill calling stolen about the hub breaking a week later and they will do nothing about it!

The Bad: The rim is decent, but the hub is just plain horrible. It broke after a month and stolen will do nothing about it they have the worst customer service there do not buy this rim unless you want it to break

Overall Review: This is a horrible product!

Shadow Conspiracy Crow Head Sprocket

“Decent For The Price”

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The Good: Looks cool, light, and priced properly.

The Bad: It cracks easily due to all the cut outs.

Overall Review: Good for the price while it last. Mine cracked near the sprocket bolt. Still using it, just flipped it so the cracked spot doesn't get all the pressure.

Stolen Sumo Sprocket

“Good sprocket”

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The Good: Light enough for 7075 aluminum. Strong as an ox.
Guard is separate, which can save weight, if that matters.

The Bad: Priced a little high initially, but a great buy at current prices.
A touch heavy.

Overall Review: Bomb proof. Better than most stolen products. As good as their team cranks.

Fit F.A.F. Tire

“Not too shaby”

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The Good: Last a longg ass time especially when in the front. The 2.4 (super fat) or 2.3s are slic and superr good for street and even grippy on painted park. The 2.25 is good for dirt and still good for street as well.
Comes in a lot of colors and sizes which is a major plus!

The Bad: Little heavy (if you're a weight weeny), and side wall rips fairly easy if you grind ledges a lot.

Overall Review: Defiantly a must get. Would recommend 2.4 in front and 2.3 in back or for dirt 2.25 in front.

Fit F.A.F. Tire

“false advertising”

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The Good: Good solid tire

The Bad: 2.25 not 2.25 when inflated

Overall Review: Its a good tire. I really liked the tread design, how well it gripped overall its a great tire. The only problem I had with it is I bought them second hand but they were brand new, I needed a new back tire that would fit my WTP. I found that a 2.20-2.25 would fit with the littlest of clearance but fit none the less. What I didn't know was when aired up these tire were not longer 2.25 but more like 2.35 and would not work on my frame I plan on using them either one at a time on the front and getting a 2.10 FIT F.A.F for the rear.