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1/12/2014 6:14 AM
Edited Date/Time: 1/12/2014 6:20 AM

Frame: terrible one Ruben frame
Fork odyssey dirt fork
Bars: fly montana
Cranks: primo hollowbites
pedals: animal Hamilton
Sprocket: animal
Chain: KMC
Stem: animal jump off FL
Hubs : vandero 2 (front) gsport ratchet (rear)
Rims: odyssey hazard lite (front) 7ka (rear)
Pegs 2 demolition pegs (front ) 1 shadow peg (rear)
Headset & BB; fly
Seatpost: éclat
Seat: fiend fat seat
Front tire: fly Ruben tire 2.5
Rear: kenda contact tire ( had a fly Ruben tire but it was DONE, this is just my replacement tire )
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4 peg rida Kill the scoot

1/12/2014 7:16 AM

Trailsy Frame set up for Street?! How are You getting along with the 74 Degree Head Tube Angle for Street?

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1/12/2014 9:22 AM

Topsey wrote:

Trailsy Frame set up for Street?! How are You getting along with the 74 Degree Head Tube Angle for Street?

I kno, its a little weird , but it's holding up and actually feels really good except for nose Manuals take a little more effort to keep that back end up

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4 peg rida Kill the scoot

1/12/2014 10:48 AM

Pretty sweet set-up!

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1/12/2014 11:26 AM

Brokenbmx wrote:

Pretty sweet set-up!

Thanks man, appreciate all the compliments

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4 peg rida Kill the scoot

1/12/2014 12:19 PM

Looks good nice and clean

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1/12/2014 12:41 PM

Looks good.

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1/12/2014 3:05 PM

Thanks man

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4 peg rida Kill the scoot

1/12/2014 6:41 PM

Jesus11237 wrote:

I kno, its a little weird , but it's holding up and actually feels really good except for nose Manuals take a little more effort to keep that back end up

Pretty Cool.. I mean I've ridden A LOT of Flatland & Riding Streetland Right now! I only ever used 74 Degree Head Tube Angles for Flatland! In fact I still have 2 Flat Frames with 74 Degree Head Tube Angles! But I mean I ran them with Zero Offset Forks & what's quite funny is around 7mm is half a degree off the Head Tube Angle! So The Zero Offset Fork with a 74 Head Tube Angle would feel very similar to a 75 with 25-27mm Offset Forks! I must admit I'm pretty geeky when it comes to BMX, I do really enjoy finding out how things work, effect the way Bikes Feel etc & Of course how everything is made is uber geeked upon too LoLages!

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