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5/2/2013 12:10 AM

I am looking to get a new bike i currently ride a 2012 stolen heist but, i have been saving for a while and i am now looking to do one last BIG purchase by buget is $5000 What bike should i get. If you say "A Custom" plz tell like wat parts frame fork bars etc.

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5/2/2013 12:24 AM

You live in Shelton.Some meth head will steal it.













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5/2/2013 12:31 AM

bloghogs wrote:

You live in Shelton.Some meth head will steal it.













cheerful

Wouldnt be the first time D:

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5/2/2013 12:33 AM

Get two bikes? One street steed which is usualy cheaper, and a park rat bike, lowcut frame and gyro with the most expensive shit you can get? lol

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5/2/2013 12:35 AM

5 grand can get you pretty much anything you want haha.

What are your preferences? like frame geo, bar geo, that kinda stuff?


I'd say for hubs go either gsport, eclat or cult..

rims go gsport, odyssey, fly
forks I'd definitely go with odyssey or sunday,
kink, odyssey, eclat, animal, or fit cranks
any BB really.. they're mostly all the exact same thing, same with headset

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5/2/2013 12:39 AM

sundaybmxRR wrote:

5 grand can get you pretty much anything you want haha.

What are your preferences? like frame geo, bar geo, that kinda stuff?


I'd say for hubs go either gsport, eclat or cult..

rims go gsport, odyssey, fly
forks I'd definitely go with odyssey or sunday,
kink, odyssey, eclat, animal, or fit cranks
any BB really.. they're mostly all the exact same thing, same with headset

I like bigger bars and longer frame. Also like it to be LITE and clean looking.

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5/2/2013 1:05 AM

Just cause I can't sleep..

Frame: Sunday Soundwave in 21"tt, average weight but super strong
Fork: Sunday Octave, light, strong & great warranty. Feel good too, I have them
Bars: Kink Human, pretty light and big at 8.75x29
Grips: ODI Longnecks, comfy to me, you might like others though
Barends: Odyssey Par ends, really strong for plastic. I've had them for over a year now
Stem: S&M Redneck XLT if front load, Sunday Freeze if top load. Both are from good companies and weight like the same
Headset: Any really.. they're all the same except ones with ceramic bearings
Seat: Any really, your pick and they all weigh about the same give or take an ounce
Post: Same as above
Clamp: ^^^^^
Cranks: Odyssey Thunderbolt, great company & warranty, light & strong
BB: Any really, just make sure it fits your frame & cranks
Sprocket: Odyssey C-512 in whatever tooth it has that you want, it's Odyssey.
Pedals: lots to choose from, take your pick
Chain: Odyssey Bluebird, I have it and have had 0 problems. It's a strong chain.
Front Wheel: BSD Front hub laced to a G-Sport Birdcage rim with Sapim spokes. Solid front wheel setup, great spinning hub to a strong rim with a great warranty, light, and strong spokes too
Back Wheel: Cult Match Female Cassette hub laced to a G-Sport Rollcage rim with Sapim spokes. again, strong spokes and that hub is nearly bomb proof, I chose the female version cause it's lighter than the male, but I'd suggest getting the male version if you're gonna run pegs, and the Rollcage rim over the Birdcage for added strength. Solid rear wheel for sure.
Tires: Fit FAF-K Folding , light tires since they've got a kevlar bead in them, I'd go with the 2.25 cause they're bigger and look better, and last longer too.

Total weight: about 20lbs

You can definitely go lower than that weight with the money you have, but a lot of times you sacrifice strength for weight savings.

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5/2/2013 1:08 AM

sundaybmxRR wrote:

Just cause I can't sleep..

Frame: Sunday Soundwave in 21"tt, average weight but super strong
Fork: Sunday Octave, light, strong & great warranty. Feel good too, I have them
Bars: Kink Human, pretty light and big at 8.75x29
Grips: ODI Longnecks, comfy to me, you might like others though
Barends: Odyssey Par ends, really strong for plastic. I've had them for over a year now
Stem: S&M Redneck XLT if front load, Sunday Freeze if top load. Both are from good companies and weight like the same
Headset: Any really.. they're all the same except ones with ceramic bearings
Seat: Any really, your pick and they all weigh about the same give or take an ounce
Post: Same as above
Clamp: ^^^^^
Cranks: Odyssey Thunderbolt, great company & warranty, light & strong
BB: Any really, just make sure it fits your frame & cranks
Sprocket: Odyssey C-512 in whatever tooth it has that you want, it's Odyssey.
Pedals: lots to choose from, take your pick
Chain: Odyssey Bluebird, I have it and have had 0 problems. It's a strong chain.
Front Wheel: BSD Front hub laced to a G-Sport Birdcage rim with Sapim spokes. Solid front wheel setup, great spinning hub to a strong rim with a great warranty, light, and strong spokes too
Back Wheel: Cult Match Female Cassette hub laced to a G-Sport Rollcage rim with Sapim spokes. again, strong spokes and that hub is nearly bomb proof, I chose the female version cause it's lighter than the male, but I'd suggest getting the male version if you're gonna run pegs, and the Rollcage rim over the Birdcage for added strength. Solid rear wheel for sure.
Tires: Fit FAF-K Folding , light tires since they've got a kevlar bead in them, I'd go with the 2.25 cause they're bigger and look better, and last longer too.

Total weight: about 20lbs

You can definitely go lower than that weight with the money you have, but a lot of times you sacrifice strength for weight savings.

Definitely take this.

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5/2/2013 1:17 AM

Wow thank you for the detaild post.

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5/2/2013 3:36 AM

sundaybmxRR wrote:

Just cause I can't sleep..

Frame: Sunday Soundwave in 21"tt, average weight but super strong
Fork: Sunday Octave, light, strong & great warranty. Feel good too, I have them
Bars: Kink Human, pretty light and big at 8.75x29
Grips: ODI Longnecks, comfy to me, you might like others though
Barends: Odyssey Par ends, really strong for plastic. I've had them for over a year now
Stem: S&M Redneck XLT if front load, Sunday Freeze if top load. Both are from good companies and weight like the same
Headset: Any really.. they're all the same except ones with ceramic bearings
Seat: Any really, your pick and they all weigh about the same give or take an ounce
Post: Same as above
Clamp: ^^^^^
Cranks: Odyssey Thunderbolt, great company & warranty, light & strong
BB: Any really, just make sure it fits your frame & cranks
Sprocket: Odyssey C-512 in whatever tooth it has that you want, it's Odyssey.
Pedals: lots to choose from, take your pick
Chain: Odyssey Bluebird, I have it and have had 0 problems. It's a strong chain.
Front Wheel: BSD Front hub laced to a G-Sport Birdcage rim with Sapim spokes. Solid front wheel setup, great spinning hub to a strong rim with a great warranty, light, and strong spokes too
Back Wheel: Cult Match Female Cassette hub laced to a G-Sport Rollcage rim with Sapim spokes. again, strong spokes and that hub is nearly bomb proof, I chose the female version cause it's lighter than the male, but I'd suggest getting the male version if you're gonna run pegs, and the Rollcage rim over the Birdcage for added strength. Solid rear wheel for sure.
Tires: Fit FAF-K Folding , light tires since they've got a kevlar bead in them, I'd go with the 2.25 cause they're bigger and look better, and last longer too.

Total weight: about 20lbs

You can definitely go lower than that weight with the money you have, but a lot of times you sacrifice strength for weight savings.

This is one hell of a dope setup.
But I would switch

Forks: Odyssey R25/32 depending on the offset you like.

Grips: whatever you want, like Odyssey Cufflinks are pretty similar to Longnecks or Ody Hawk grips are pretty good too.

Seat: Some nice ones are the Shadow Penumbra Crow, Demolition Markit and Kink Sexton, if you don't like fat seats Tree bikes has some comfy and dope looking slims.

Cranks: Subrosa Bitchin's are the shit.

Sprocket: Tree Lite are strong as fuck, if you want a guarded sprocket get a Odyssey Million Dollar Sprocket (MDS)

Pedals: Fly Ruben PCs are just amazing.

Chain: Consider the Shadow Interlock v2, some people like it some don't, mine works fine. The Odyssey Keychain is going to drop out soon so keep an eye on that.

Front wheel: If you want the last wheel you will ever buy then get a GSport Ribcage laced to a GSport Marmoset or Simian when it drops out; this wheel setup is a little on the heavier side but it's the best you can get.
The second strongest rim after the Ribcage is the Odyssey 7KA


Rear wheel: GSport Ratchet laced to another GSport Ribcage.
Some other good rear hubs are the Odyssey Antigram or the Shadow BTR
The second strongest rim after the Ribcage is the Odyssey 7KA

Tires: Get yourself some Odyssey Aikten P-Lyte
in 2.25, hands down bet tires I have ever ridden, they last forever, never got one flat with them and the 2.25s are just perfect in size.

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5/2/2013 6:36 AM
Edited Date/Time: 5/2/2013 6:37 AM

BSD Raider 21" Raw Clearcoat
Odyssey R-32 Fork Chrome
BSD integrated Headset Black
BSD Blackneck V2 Stem Black
Odyssey Sand Bars Chrome
Odyssey Chase Hawk Gum (Cut The Flanges Off!)
Odyssey Par Ends Black
Odyssey Eric L Principal Pivotal Seat Tan
BSD Blitzed Long Pivotal Post Polished
Odyssey Bluebird Chain Silver
BSD Super Light 25t Sprocket Black
BSD Substance 165mm Crankset Chrome
BSD Substance 22mm Mid Bottom Bracket Kit Black
Odyssey JC/PC Pedals Black
Odyssey Chase Hawk P-Lyte 2.4" Tyre Tan Wall
Animal Inner Tube
Odyssey Rim Strip Black/White
G-Sport Birdcage 36h Rim Black
BSD Front Street 36h 3/8ths Front Hub Polished
Odyssey HGS Spokes x 36 Black
G-Sport Taper Hex Alloy Nipples x 36 Black
BSD Front Street Jersey Barrier Hub Guard x 2 Black
BSD Unit 3/8ths Peg Pair Black
Odyssey Chase Hawk P-Lyte 2.4" Tyre Tan Wall
Animal Inner Tube
Odyssey Rim Strip Black/White
G-Sport Birdcage 36h Rim Black
BSD Rear Street 36h 9t Female Cassette Hub Polished
Odyssey HGS Spokes x 36 Black
G-Sport Taper Hex Alloy Nipples x 36 Black
BSD Rear Street Jersey Barrier Hub Guard Black
Primo PC Drive Side Hub Guard Black
BSD Unit 3/8ths Peg Pair Black

Weight - I dont care, neither should you the build is fucking badass. GET IT!! smile

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5/2/2013 6:39 AM

i would get a primo anyalator top load

GET THE UNITED DINERO FORKS!!!

demolition tires are GREAT for park to

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5/2/2013 7:04 AM

sundaybmxRR wrote:

Just cause I can't sleep..

Frame: Sunday Soundwave in 21"tt, average weight but super strong
Fork: Sunday Octave, light, strong & great warranty. Feel good too, I have them
Bars: Kink Human, pretty light and big at 8.75x29
Grips: ODI Longnecks, comfy to me, you might like others though
Barends: Odyssey Par ends, really strong for plastic. I've had them for over a year now
Stem: S&M Redneck XLT if front load, Sunday Freeze if top load. Both are from good companies and weight like the same
Headset: Any really.. they're all the same except ones with ceramic bearings
Seat: Any really, your pick and they all weigh about the same give or take an ounce
Post: Same as above
Clamp: ^^^^^
Cranks: Odyssey Thunderbolt, great company & warranty, light & strong
BB: Any really, just make sure it fits your frame & cranks
Sprocket: Odyssey C-512 in whatever tooth it has that you want, it's Odyssey.
Pedals: lots to choose from, take your pick
Chain: Odyssey Bluebird, I have it and have had 0 problems. It's a strong chain.
Front Wheel: BSD Front hub laced to a G-Sport Birdcage rim with Sapim spokes. Solid front wheel setup, great spinning hub to a strong rim with a great warranty, light, and strong spokes too
Back Wheel: Cult Match Female Cassette hub laced to a G-Sport Rollcage rim with Sapim spokes. again, strong spokes and that hub is nearly bomb proof, I chose the female version cause it's lighter than the male, but I'd suggest getting the male version if you're gonna run pegs, and the Rollcage rim over the Birdcage for added strength. Solid rear wheel for sure.
Tires: Fit FAF-K Folding , light tires since they've got a kevlar bead in them, I'd go with the 2.25 cause they're bigger and look better, and last longer too.

Total weight: about 20lbs

You can definitely go lower than that weight with the money you have, but a lot of times you sacrifice strength for weight savings.

Just get better wheels. like profile elite's laced to rollcages. Or just Gsport marm, ratchet to rollcages.

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5/2/2013 8:37 AM

jake-loves-to-ride wrote:

Get two bikes? One street steed which is usualy cheaper, and a park rat bike, lowcut frame and gyro with the most expensive shit you can get? lol

street bike cheaper wtf are you smoking lmfao

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5/2/2013 8:38 AM

odyssey bars and fork for sure wouldn't trust anything else

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5/2/2013 8:43 AM

Animal everything, with a fly, skavenger, fit, sunday, or eastern frame. wink

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5/2/2013 8:45 AM

jake-loves-to-ride wrote:

Get two bikes? One street steed which is usualy cheaper, and a park rat bike, lowcut frame and gyro with the most expensive shit you can get? lol

plzdntfailmeagn wrote:

street bike cheaper wtf are you smoking lmfao

Other than Rims, name a Part that is more expensive on a Street Bike.

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5/2/2013 9:12 AM

Park bike:
fbm gypsy
R32
Tallboys or headbangers
Crown royal tl or fl
Pick your grips/headset/seat/pedals/bb/post
Faf tires
Fly rims to javelins or odyssey Antigram and vandero 2
Mds sprocket
Subrosa or odyssey cranks

Street:
Fbm bellwitch or berzerker
Kink foundation or odyssey 32/25/26 offset (pick your tech)
Kink, odyssey, Sunday, animal bars
Subrosa or odyssey cranks
Fly or gsport or odyssey rims to gsports or primos wrapped in fafs, aitkens, or kinks
Rest is up to you

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5/2/2013 9:13 AM
Edited Date/Time: 5/2/2013 9:15 AM

Park bikes are waaaaay more expensive! Profile Elite Hubs? Ti Spokes? Alu Pegs? Gyro Brake Set Up? Ti Bolts?

Edit: BTW You have to get the bike i wrote up because if i had unlimited money i would have that bike aswell as my FBM & the Fit im building up atm. I wanna see what it looks like lol!

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5/2/2013 9:17 AM
Edited Date/Time: 5/2/2013 9:17 AM

sundaybmxRR wrote:

Just cause I can't sleep..

Frame: Sunday Soundwave in 21"tt, average weight but super strong
Fork: Sunday Octave, light, strong & great warranty. Feel good too, I have them
Bars: Kink Human, pretty light and big at 8.75x29
Grips: ODI Longnecks, comfy to me, you might like others though
Barends: Odyssey Par ends, really strong for plastic. I've had them for over a year now
Stem: S&M Redneck XLT if front load, Sunday Freeze if top load. Both are from good companies and weight like the same
Headset: Any really.. they're all the same except ones with ceramic bearings
Seat: Any really, your pick and they all weigh about the same give or take an ounce
Post: Same as above
Clamp: ^^^^^
Cranks: Odyssey Thunderbolt, great company & warranty, light & strong
BB: Any really, just make sure it fits your frame & cranks
Sprocket: Odyssey C-512 in whatever tooth it has that you want, it's Odyssey.
Pedals: lots to choose from, take your pick
Chain: Odyssey Bluebird, I have it and have had 0 problems. It's a strong chain.
Front Wheel: BSD Front hub laced to a G-Sport Birdcage rim with Sapim spokes. Solid front wheel setup, great spinning hub to a strong rim with a great warranty, light, and strong spokes too
Back Wheel: Cult Match Female Cassette hub laced to a G-Sport Rollcage rim with Sapim spokes. again, strong spokes and that hub is nearly bomb proof, I chose the female version cause it's lighter than the male, but I'd suggest getting the male version if you're gonna run pegs, and the Rollcage rim over the Birdcage for added strength. Solid rear wheel for sure.
Tires: Fit FAF-K Folding , light tires since they've got a kevlar bead in them, I'd go with the 2.25 cause they're bigger and look better, and last longer too.

Total weight: about 20lbs

You can definitely go lower than that weight with the money you have, but a lot of times you sacrifice strength for weight savings.

maciej.szczesn wrote:

Definitely take this.

I went With this set up and just cuae i had the Extra Cash bougt a WTP Envy Complete and FIT Inman3. still have 2K leftover

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5/2/2013 9:18 AM

you bought 2 complete's? Nice.

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5/2/2013 9:19 AM

Pictures when it all arrives Dude Bro. If you have that much cash left over Build the BSD for me pretty pweases lol.

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5/2/2013 9:21 AM

Holy fucking shit.
You are one lucky motherfucker.
Nice man post pics when you get everything.

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5/2/2013 9:44 AM

It was Orderd Next Day Air Shipping so ill get it tomarrow!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

TOTALY EXITED

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5/2/2013 9:50 AM
Edited Date/Time: 5/2/2013 9:51 AM

*** ORDER INFO:

Quantity Product Name Unit Price SubTotal
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1 102269A*X1X 1099.99 1099.99
2013 WTP Envy bike (Black ,21.25" $1099.99)
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1 465276A2A*X1X 17.99 17.99
Primo Stance PC Pedals (Clear Black, 9/16" (Pair), $17.99)
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1 456053A6A*X1X 22.99 22.99
Stolen Revolver BB Kit (Polished, 19mm (Mid), $22.99)
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1 211712A1A*X3X 379.99 379.99
Sunday Soundwave Frame (Black Magic, 21.25", $379.99)
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1 895024MIXA5LG 0.00 0.00
Free Dans Comp Gift (Dans T-Shirt, Adult Large, $0.00)
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1 353346X1X*A1A 134.99 134.99
Sunday Octave Fork (Black Magic, 3/8", $134.99)
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1 362421A1A*X1X 69.99 69.99
Kink Human Bars (ED Black, 8.75" Rise, $69.99)
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1 367075A1A*X4X 10.99 10.99
ODI Longnecks Grips (White, Pair, $10.99)
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1 365029A3APAIR 4.99 4.99
Odyssey Par Ends Plastic Bar Ends (White, 7/8" (Pair), $4.99)
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1 370125X1X*A8A 29.99 29.99
Sunday Freeze TL Stem (White, 52mm Reach (fits 1-1/8" Fork), $29.99)
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1 452573X1X*A2A 179.99 179.99
Odyssey Thunderbolt Cranks (White, 175mm (RHD), $179.99)
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4 444176A4A2.25 39.99 159.96
Fit FAF-K Folding Tire (Black w/ White Wall, 20 x 2.25", $39.99)
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1 GWP012A2A*X1X 0.00 0.00
(No (I Do not want the Magazine), , $0.00)
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1 30101045*A1A 28.99 28.99
Animal Integrated Headset (Black, 1-1/8" (Campy Spec - 45deg/45deg), $28.99)
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6 44604020X1.75 7.99 47.94
Dans Street/Trails Tubes (, Schrader 20 x 1.75 - 20 x 2.40", $7.99)
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1 472101A1AA1A 16.99 16.99
Animal Wedge Pivotal Seat Post (Black, 25.4mm (75mm Long) Micro, $16.99)
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1 470248A3A*X1X 32.99 32.99
Cult Dehart Pivotal Seat (Black/Red, , $32.99)
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1 102242A1A*X1X 529.99 529.99
2013 Fit Inman 3 Bike (Primer Black/Red, 21", $529.99)
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1 458044BLK*25T 51.99 51.99
Odyssey MDS Sprocket (Black, 25T, $51.99)
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1 464085A7A1/8 22.99 22.99
Mechanik Half-Trac Chain (White, 1/8", $22.99)
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1 464085A2A1/8 22.99 22.99
Mechanik Half-Trac Chain (Gold , 1/8", $22.99)
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1 402221A5A*X4X 199.99 199.99
Alienation V2 Freecoaster Wheel (White/Red, 36H W/ 9T Driver (RHD) 14mm, $199.99)
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1 401073A1A*36H 129.99 129.99
Odyssey Quadrant Front Wheel (Black, 36H (20 x 1.75"), $129.99)
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Total Merchandise: 3078.73
Total Shipping: 374.80
Total Tax: 0.00
Total Cost: 3453.53

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5/2/2013 9:54 AM
Edited Date/Time: 5/2/2013 9:55 AM

Note The Extra Tubes and tires And an extra Chain. AND I STILL GOT 3 BIKES OUT OF DAT DEAL!

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5/2/2013 10:09 AM

lol you spent 374 on shipping...

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5/2/2013 10:34 AM

tito24 wrote:

lol you spent 374 on shipping...

Ikr. That is crazy. But he bought a lot of shit! Lol and he has money to blow. Kinda waste of money imo but it's his money.. He can do whatever he want's with it.

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5/2/2013 11:07 AM

Damn dude did you look up any discount codes?

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5/2/2013 11:35 AM

Could have got 15% off using 44G1

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