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11/3/2015 7:44 PM

I need helping building my bike, because I'm not good with specs and all these numbers and shut so what I want is a Benny sign 2015 frame, with 4 piece bars, with a front load stem, with odi flangeless grips, g sport rims birdcage, rear primo cassette pro remix hub 9t (rhd or lhd) *forgot which one was normal*, fit t/a tires, and plastic pedals, a shadow conspiracy chain and little one pegs, and a odyssey r-32 fork, and then the rest I need your help on or if you can reply if any of these stuff will fit?

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11/3/2015 8:58 PM

You still need the front hub and rim, cranks, sprocket, headset, bottom bracket, seat and seat post. Rhd is more common it all depends on the side you grind on the most if you grind on the right get the lhd and vice versa. All the stuff you listed will fit.

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11/3/2015 9:02 PM

CamelOnAcid wrote:

You still need the front hub and rim, cranks, sprocket, headset, bottom bracket, seat and seat post. Rhd is more common it all depends on the side you grind on the most if you grind on the right get the lhd and vice versa. All the stuff you listed will fit.

I grind on the left, so I'll get a rhd, and then I want to get a guard sprocket, a short seat post, and a gsport front hub.... everything else I need help choosing...what's good, what will fit...help me out

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11/4/2015 11:07 AM

If you grind on the left you should have your drivetrain on the left to , if you go for switch grinds youl fuck up your drivetrain real quick

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11/4/2015 3:16 PM

Pretty much all the parts fit just different specs and lengths and thats up to you to decide. The typical sizing is 1-1/8 steerer tube, 3/8 axle in the front, 14mm in the back, 25.4 seat post, most bikes use a mid bb but a few use spanish when buying the frame it will tell you, the bb size like 19mm, 22mm, and 24mm has to do with your crank spindle size, integrated headsets are the norm on new bikes thats pretty much it. Its not like mountain biking where hubs vary is length and bars are different diameters, fork travel, etc

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11/4/2015 7:54 PM

Odyssey LaGaudia 28T
Odyssey PC pedals
Odyssey Quadrant rims
Odyssey Atken in the rear.
Odyssey Clutch
Odyssey seat
Odyssey hawk in the front
Odyssey Thunderbolt cranks
G-Sport Marmoset
KMC K710 chain (not the sl)
Primo Spokes
Walmart tubes
Kink Lightest Bar-ends
SNAFU fontanel Headset
BSD Donasqueak In the front

Take that.

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11/5/2015 8:12 AM

eskimojay wrote:

If you grind on the left you should have your drivetrain on the left to , if you go for switch grinds youl fuck up your drivetrain real quick

If you ONLY grind left, get RHD.

If you plan to rock 4 pegs, a lot of people suggest getting a drivetrain on your dominant side.

Honestly get hubgaurds and a guarded sprocket and just ride.

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11/5/2015 4:20 PM

Front brakes

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