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9/29/2009 3:12 PM

is it a good sprocket im more than likely gonna order it but i wanna hear some reviews

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9/29/2009 5:20 PM

its soo good..

even though i dont own one.

thats how good it is

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9/29/2009 5:21 PM

gstring02 wrote:

its soo good..

even though i dont own one.

thats how good it is

this

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9/30/2009 1:11 PM

i own one. wouldnt ride another sprocket ever again. dont think ill ever have to. holds up so well. and even with the built in bash guard its still way light. i have a 28t gold.

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9/30/2009 1:13 PM

never owned one, but I pretty much trust anything that says Odyssey on it - they've been one of the most consistently good companies in BMX for a long time.

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9/30/2009 1:18 PM

GorillaTactics wrote:

never owned one, but I pretty much trust anything that says Odyssey on it - they've been one of the most consistently good companies in BMX for a long time.

they make alot of good stuff but the rear hubs and brake arms

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9/30/2009 1:20 PM

GorillaTactics wrote:

never owned one, but I pretty much trust anything that says Odyssey on it - they've been one of the most consistently good companies in BMX for a long time.

727rider wrote:

they make alot of good stuff but the rear hubs and brake arms

I've been riding the same Hazard rear hub for a couple of years. Almost every other part on my bike has been replaced in that time, but it's still going strong. if you maintain them well they will last forever.

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9/30/2009 1:23 PM

GorillaTactics wrote:

never owned one, but I pretty much trust anything that says Odyssey on it - they've been one of the most consistently good companies in BMX for a long time.

727rider wrote:

they make alot of good stuff but the rear hubs and brake arms

GorillaTactics wrote:

I've been riding the same Hazard rear hub for a couple of years. Almost every other part on my bike has been replaced in that time, but it's still going strong. if you maintain them well they will last forever.

well i know a friend who had his for months and had to buy 10 replacement drivers, so i guess u got one of the very few good ones

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9/30/2009 1:26 PM

727rider wrote:

well i know a friend who had his for months and had to buy 10 replacement drivers, so i guess u got one of the very few good ones

if your friend really went through 10 drivers I would say he probably doesn't know what he is dong with bike maintenance. Not trying to be a dick, but I'm twice the size/weight of most people on here and I mash on the pedals HARD, and I have never even had mine slip.

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7/29/2011 6:27 AM

fuck idk im going to grave dig this shit just write somthing worthless and stupid ill prob never be back on here anyway so,,,

@727rider your full of shit.

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7/29/2011 6:31 AM

bikeshavefeelings2 wrote:

fuck idk im going to grave dig this shit just write somthing worthless and stupid ill prob never be back on here anyway so,,,

@727rider your full of shit.

True 10 drivers would be 600$ plus shipping

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7/29/2011 7:18 AM

bikeshavefeelings2 wrote:

fuck idk im going to grave dig this shit just write somthing worthless and stupid ill prob never be back on here anyway so,,,

@727rider your full of shit.

Flocka Myers wrote:

True 10 drivers would be 600$ plus shipping

i bought 12 drivers once. i got them at SAM's club in bulk.

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