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6/15/2009 6:43 PM

which is the best

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6/15/2009 6:51 PM

which one do you prefer

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6/15/2009 6:52 PM

it doesnt matter but is it just personal preference like i thought?

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6/15/2009 6:55 PM

It doesn't matter as long as you don't use a euro bb riding freestyle.

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6/15/2009 7:02 PM

chad.c wrote:

It doesn't matter as long as you don't use a euro bb riding freestyle.

why not

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6/15/2009 7:05 PM

i had euro and it worked just get mid or spanish
doesn't really matter get the frame you want

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6/15/2009 7:07 PM

ok just wondering im not getting a new frame or bike just wanted to know

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6/15/2009 7:12 PM

mid is the best but i think euro is the lightest

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6/15/2009 7:13 PM

yeah my gf has a euro and her bike feels like nothing compared to mine but i have a haro and you know how those are extremely heavy

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6/15/2009 7:13 PM

spanish or mid.

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6/15/2009 8:04 PM
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chad.c wrote:

It doesn't matter as long as you don't use a euro bb riding freestyle.

Actually they are really nice, no need for a hammer or cup press to put it in. Just gotta be mindful of the threads.


They all have their own advantages.


Mid--uses american sized bearings, very common and cheap

American--uses largest bearings and cups, common and cheap

Euro--smaller bearings, lighter, thread in so no need to hammer or cup press in

Spanish, smaller than mid, larger than euro, press right into frame so no need for cups, lighter than mid.


There are other advantages too I'm sure, I just don't care too much to list them.

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6/15/2009 8:10 PM

chad.c wrote:

It doesn't matter as long as you don't use a euro bb riding freestyle.

dave lawrence wrote:

Actually they are really nice, no need for a hammer or cup press to put it in. Just gotta be mindful of the threads.


They all have their own advantages.


Mid--uses american sized bearings, very common and cheap

American--uses largest bearings and cups, common and cheap

Euro--smaller bearings, lighter, thread in so no need to hammer or cup press in

Spanish, smaller than mid, larger than euro, press right into frame so no need for cups, lighter than mid.


There are other advantages too I'm sure, I just don't care too much to list them.

thanks man

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6/15/2009 8:17 PM

Oh and for Euro BB's, you gotta have a frame meant for them. They aren't too common in freestyle anymore, but We The People did for a little bit in the early 00's (damn that looks strange)

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