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Posted: Jul 29, 2012 at 9:14 Quote
Caezar wrote:
Cool thing I like about OC1 bars massive low cost but similar NS geo Smile I wish they made a low cost steel one `--__--/

Cheaper metal and less internal butting, I should imagine.

Posted: Jul 29, 2012 at 10:27 Quote
MtBxKinG wrote:
Caezar wrote:
Cool thing I like about OC1 bars massive low cost but similar NS geo Smile I wish they made a low cost steel one `--__--/

Cheaper metal and less internal butting, I should imagine.
I would think thicker metal and heavy as f*ck. The district has two things that make it soo expensive , the special butting process that they use on the maj frame and the special mandrel bending . Least thats what they say . I would think it would be a 600g bar still not too bad if you run rigid . Mine I think is like 540 now

Posted: Jul 29, 2012 at 10:52 Quote
f*ck park and everything about it.

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Gonna need stitches! Eek Madder

Posted: Jul 29, 2012 at 11:03 Quote
Adds character:Cool :
I got soo many scare and a few teeth donated to extreme sport over my life span . Chick love scares !!!!tup

Posted: Jul 29, 2012 at 11:22 Quote
Caezar wrote:
Adds character:Cool :
I got soo many scare and a few teeth donated to extreme sport over my life span . Chick love scares !!!!tup
.though the saying was chicks love scars? Not sure they appreciate shitting there pants Wink

Posted: Jul 29, 2012 at 11:29 Quote
I get crossed at time lol thanks for the corection Salute

Posted: Jul 29, 2012 at 11:32 Quote
n3lson666x wrote:
Caezar wrote:
Adds character:Cool :
I got soo many scare and a few teeth donated to extreme sport over my life span . Chick love scares !!!!tup
.though the saying was chicks love scars? Not sure they appreciate shitting there pants Wink

Whiile we're correcting people...





*Their. Wink

Posted: Jul 29, 2012 at 11:34 Quote
MtBxKinG wrote:
n3lson666x wrote:
Caezar wrote:
Adds character:Cool :
I got soo many scare and a few teeth donated to extreme sport over my life span . Chick love scares !!!!tup
.though the saying was chicks love scars? Not sure they appreciate shitting there pants Wink

Whiile we're correcting people...





*Their. Wink
Classic Geek

Posted: Jul 29, 2012 at 12:21 Quote
less of eye porn . But feels incredible
Current setup Bars district stem cult salvation Headset eclat forks RNS frame 2011 capital seat primo fat cranks madera HT pedals wellgo alloy sprocket 23t coallition chain KMC 710sl rims alienation runways spokes primo forged hubs g sport front marmoset rear ratcht with 3 8 axle conversion tires Specialized compound front KHE mac2 park rear .

Posted: Jul 29, 2012 at 12:22 Quote
Where's the difference coming from?

Posted: Jul 29, 2012 at 12:26 Quote
longer stem. better feel in chain ,the khe collapse would bind, found i like skinny tires in rear more than fat , 175 cranks apposed to old 180's. Fat seat provides a nice grip between legs and makes up for such a low profile setup

Posted: Jul 29, 2012 at 12:29 Quote
Oh, I was only looking at the stem. Glad you're back and keeping it dialled tup

Posted: Jul 29, 2012 at 12:53 Quote
spongebomb wrote:
LordRain wrote:
Caezar wrote:
Maybe they invested in a US warehouse . Would make a lot of sense for two reasons . One better service and second it would explain why some countries do not see the same products on their sight ;/

Every other time ive placed a order with them its tasken 5-6 days and that was in texas.....Lol.

The bars.

NS Quark Stem Silver color way. Octane one bars sparkle blue OC1 Grips


You live in Texas? How many and what guns do you have?

I just moved to California recently...but i am armed. nuff said.

Posted: Jul 29, 2012 at 14:15 Quote
Its no less of eye candy than it was before caezar! i love the look of toploads.


 
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