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6/23/2015 5:39 PM

yea tried googling to find out where their frames are made.


been looking at a passenger frame for awhile now wondering where they are made

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6/23/2015 5:53 PM

Tiawan

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6/23/2015 6:26 PM

blaaaaaaaaa wrote:

Tiawan

Yeah, Most frames are made in Taiwan. Some may be from china... you don't want those normally. As i'm sure you know there are also american made frames and those can be good or bad, yadda yadda yaaaahh.

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6/23/2015 9:23 PM

damn, if im paying 300+ i want to atleast get a US made frame haha

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6/23/2015 10:07 PM

I know for a fact that fbm makes everything they sell in house including their frames. I think sunday and maybe s&m/fit still make some U.S. made frames. I believe that cult gets some of their frames from fbm so theirs that.

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6/23/2015 11:19 PM

Ahh skeet skeet wrote:

I know for a fact that fbm makes everything they sell in house including their frames. I think sunday and maybe s&m/fit ...more

Fit has all usa made frames except the wifi I believe. And Taiwan frames aren't horrible. They're consistent and have pretty good welds typically. U.S. frames are Usually more expensive simply because of the fact that they're made in the U.S. Some companies like FBM use thicker and butted tubing, more heat treating and yada. The Sunday soundwave v2 might be made in taiwan, I'm not sure, but it's the strongest production frame out, so yeah. Just because it's Taiwan doesn't mean it's crap.

But buy a usa made frame. Builds the homegrown bmx scene and the economy. Solid, Deco, FBM, Fit, S&M, Freed (check them out, sweet frames), Laird. That shizz.

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6/24/2015 2:59 AM

I was riding a BSD beverage, and now a bigger passenger and... The taiwanese welders are good.

Especially since i know 90% of the frames are build there (in the same big factory for all brands from what i've heard/read).

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