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11/13/2014 6:36 PM

Hey so i want to start grinding and stuff so I'm thinking about the stolen silencer pegs. First are these good and second for a hub guard i was thinking the primo free mix hub guard. Do all hub guards fit all hubs and do i need a front and rear hub guard???

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11/13/2014 6:40 PM

if you don't want to have to fix your hub and broken spokes, get hub guards

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11/13/2014 6:42 PM

MidWestBMX wrote:

if you don't want to have to fix your hub and broken spokes, get hub guards

alright but will all hub guards work with all hubs???

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11/13/2014 6:44 PM

primo freemix guards only work on the freemix and some khe freecoasters
get an s&m cymbal or daily grind infinity

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11/13/2014 6:55 PM

glands up front and universal guards in back is easiest way to ensure the guards fit

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11/13/2014 9:12 PM
Edited Date/Time: 11/13/2014 9:12 PM

Sounds like you're kinda new so I'd recommend either gsport glands or S&M cymbals

The cymbals are retard proof, they literally just slide over your cone nuts and stuff and can take a beating, but are pretty expensive

The glands are a little more complicated to put on since they zip tie to your spokes, but they do their job well and are pretty cheap

I've run both and haven't had issues with either

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11/13/2014 9:14 PM

bmxfromma wrote:

Sounds like you're kinda new so I'd recommend either gsport glands or S&M cymbals

The cymbals are retard proof, they literally just slide over your cone nuts and stuff and can take a beating, but are pretty expensive

The glands are a little more complicated to put on since they zip tie to your spokes, but they do their job well and are pretty cheap

I've run both and haven't had issues with either

daily grind infinity is a decent alternative to the cymbals for about half the price
heat treated steel like the cymbals, just different shape
up front a gland is a great choice, literally idiot proof

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11/13/2014 9:19 PM

bmxfromma wrote:

Sounds like you're kinda new so I'd recommend either gsport glands or S&M cymbals

The cymbals are retard proof, they literally just slide over your cone nuts and stuff and can take a beating, but are pretty expensive

The glands are a little more complicated to put on since they zip tie to your spokes, but they do their job well and are pretty cheap

I've run both and haven't had issues with either

bmxsteve99 wrote:

daily grind infinity is a decent alternative to the cymbals for about half the price
heat treated steel like the cymbals, just different shape
up front a gland is a great choice, literally idiot proof

glands are not idiot proof. No lie, I once knew a guy that couldnt figure out how to put one on for the life of him. I had to show him

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11/13/2014 11:50 PM

tomdon wrote:

glands are not idiot proof. No lie, I once knew a guy that couldnt figure out how to put one on for the life of him. I had to show him

I always try to get 2 spokes every zip tie right where the crosses are. But sometimes I'll forget and put my zipties from the outside and the cut-off is on the outer side..

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11/14/2014 3:55 AM

DO NOT BUY S&M JUNK!!!!!

Decent alternative that will probably remain the dumbest thing ill see someone say today

Daily Grind infinity guard is by far the best guard on the market, that s&m symbol junk that doesn't protect the hub very well at all even with small flange hubs and it doesn't even fit very many hubs either

For the front I recommend the gsport gland because it fits almost anything other than hubs like the simple eject and if you run two in the front you can use the shoe lace thing instead of he zip ties and put it in going back n forth to each guard so that the guards will both be as secure as possible



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11/14/2014 7:23 AM

Freemix guards will fit most 14mm male hubs with 6902 bearings.

Daily Grind Infinity is bomb proof and slides like no othee.

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11/14/2014 2:48 PM

OneGuyIlluminatiEye wrote:

DO NOT BUY S&M JUNK!!!!!

Decent alternative that will probably remain the dumbest thing ill see someone say today

Daily Grind infinity guard is by far the best guard on the market, that s&m symbol junk that doesn't protect the hub very well at all even with small flange hubs and it doesn't even fit very many hubs either

For the front I recommend the gsport gland because it fits almost anything other than hubs like the simple eject and if you run two in the front you can use the shoe lace thing instead of he zip ties and put it in going back n forth to each guard so that the guards will both be as secure as possible



Or you're just too retarded to use a hub guard properly & the illuminati decided to jinx your hub guard to not work.


I've been running the S&M Cymbal in the rear for over 2 years now with not a single problem. Protects the hub, as it should, and comes with spacers in case it runs your spokes. 10/10 recommend highly.

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11/14/2014 4:02 PM
Edited Date/Time: 11/14/2014 4:04 PM

OneGuyIlluminatiEye wrote:

DO NOT BUY S&M JUNK!!!!!

Decent alternative that will probably remain the dumbest thing ill see someone say today

Daily Grind infinity guard is by far the best guard on the market, that s&m symbol junk that doesn't protect the hub very well at all even with small flange hubs and it doesn't even fit very many hubs either

For the front I recommend the gsport gland because it fits almost anything other than hubs like the simple eject and if you run two in the front you can use the shoe lace thing instead of he zip ties and put it in going back n forth to each guard so that the guards will both be as secure as possible



sundaybmxRR wrote:

Or you're just too retarded to use a hub guard properly & the illuminati decided to jinx your hub guard to not work.


I've been running the S&M Cymbal in the rear for over 2 years now with not a single problem. Protects the hub, as it should, and comes with spacers in case it runs your spokes. 10/10 recommend highly.

Yeah your definitely not very intelligent putting extra spacers in there just should not be an option i mean how hard is it to make a hub guard that will fit any hub without touching the spokes

Well it did take Daily Grind 3 trys to get it right sadly haha im pretty sure im half the reason the infinity guard was made right considering I told them to make a non drive side guard like their dsg thousands of times since their dsg fits everything

Overall s&m sucks and their guard is definitely for weight weenie people that ride nothing but park


Oh btw I have the infinity guard and its a million times better and its not over priced

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11/14/2014 5:56 PM

OneGuyIlluminatiEye wrote:

DO NOT BUY S&M JUNK!!!!!

Decent alternative that will probably remain the dumbest thing ill see someone say today

Daily Grind infinity guard is by far the best guard on the market, that s&m symbol junk that doesn't protect the hub very well at all even with small flange hubs and it doesn't even fit very many hubs either

For the front I recommend the gsport gland because it fits almost anything other than hubs like the simple eject and if you run two in the front you can use the shoe lace thing instead of he zip ties and put it in going back n forth to each guard so that the guards will both be as secure as possible



Idk what shit you're spewing bout glands not fitting flangeless hubs. Fit my simple eject just fine

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11/14/2014 6:15 PM

OneGuyIlluminatiEye wrote:

Yeah your definitely not very intelligent putting extra spacers in there just should not be an option i mean how hard is it to make a hub guard that will fit any hub without touching the spokes

Well it did take Daily Grind 3 trys to get it right sadly haha im pretty sure im half the reason the infinity guard was made right considering I told them to make a non drive side guard like their dsg thousands of times since their dsg fits everything

Overall s&m sucks and their guard is definitely for weight weenie people that ride nothing but park


Oh btw I have the infinity guard and its a million times better and its not over priced

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Make your own company, make you're own hub guard. Make it fit EVERY hub available universally, no extra spacers needed, nothing. Until you do that, shut your dumb autistic mouth up.

I'm not even going to attempt a rebuttal because you're clearly too stupid to realize to make a universal guard universal, they need to add spacers to accommodate for hubs or dished wheels that it might not fit.


ps the daily grind front guards come with spacers, guess daily grind sucks as well because they can't make a guard to fit every hub universally, according to your retard logic.



And yeah, I mean I guess S&M sucks & is for weight weenie park rats, just look at Mike Hoder 360ing El Toro. Clearly a park rider.

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