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Posted: Sep 29, 2012 at 1:04 Quote
La-Sauce wrote:
Azonic Dirt Dingo frame
Features:
Removable derailleur hanger for single speed applications
Compatible with 26" or 24" rear wheel
Disc and V-Brake compatible (v-brakes post are removable)
69 degree head angle
Fully Integrated headset 1-1/8"
Front Derailleur 31.8
Seat Post Clamp 29.8mm
Bottom Bracket 68mm
Rear Drop out 135mm
6.1lbs

tell me what you think about

Heavy, even for steel its 1/2 lb more than usual.

Posted: Sep 30, 2012 at 10:00 Quote
Good idea for get more stiffness to rear wheel Smile

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And something for Weeze funs:

http://weeze.pinkbike.com/blog/Weeze-Band-grassroots-2013.html

Posted: Sep 30, 2012 at 10:23 Quote
weeze wrote:
Good idea for get more stiffness to rear wheel Smile

www.weeze.pl

And something for Weeze funs:

http://weeze.pinkbike.com/blog/Weeze-Band-grassroots-2013.html

so you're saying we can put 135x12 hubs on 135x9 frames, the common 4x bike standards?

Posted: Sep 30, 2012 at 10:27 Quote
weeze wrote:
Good idea for get more stiffness to rear wheel Smile

www.weeze.pl

And something for Weeze funs:

http://weeze.pinkbike.com/blog/Weeze-Band-grassroots-2013.html
tell us more about this please !!! are this work on every frame (4x) ????

Posted: Sep 30, 2012 at 10:58 Quote
hand made - you must drill a 10 to 12mm hole. But it's one problem - you can lose your warranty.

We do this for our team rider's.

Posted: Sep 30, 2012 at 11:56 Quote
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Posted: Sep 30, 2012 at 12:07 Quote
weeze wrote:
hand made - you must drill a 10 to 12mm hole. But it's one problem - you can lose your warranty.

We do this for our team rider's.
i would do that for a yeti or something like that where you have removable dropouts, but for other frames i would make a 12 to 10mm conversion axle

Posted: Sep 30, 2012 at 14:18 Quote
I truly love my meta 4x, but its used as my daily ride these days, and my dartmoor phantom is my 4x bike.

Posted: Sep 30, 2012 at 14:22 Quote
Is full sus ever needed on a 4x bike ?

Posted: Sep 30, 2012 at 14:30 Quote
gmanpl0x wrote:
Is full sus ever needed on a 4x bike ?
I think tracks are going more towards rougher mtb tracks as opposed to bmx tracks, take champery worlds last year that was so rough. Even though there's no more world cup 4x that's what tracks are going towards in my opinion.

Posted: Sep 30, 2012 at 14:31 Quote
Fair enough, I was just wondering because most 4x frames just seem to be larger race BMX frames IMO

Posted: Sep 30, 2012 at 15:09 Quote
anyway, for BMX tracks, i think the most comfortable and fastest option would be a shorter, dj frame, like 15,5" CS, neutral BB and something arround 22" or 22,5" TT (i'm 6'1")... and there you have more stable +16" CS and low BB "4X specific frames" that suck at BMX tracks but are way better than a DJ frame whenever you hit rock gardens and gnarly stuff

Posted: Sep 30, 2012 at 20:06 Quote
Jose-David-DH wrote:
anyway, for BMX tracks, i think the most comfortable and fastest option would be a shorter, dj frame, like 15,5" CS, neutral BB and something arround 22" or 22,5" TT (i'm 6'1")... and there you have more stable +16" CS and low BB "4X specific frames" that suck at BMX tracks but are way better than a DJ frame whenever you hit rock gardens and gnarly stuff

Then there's the freaks who ride their NukeProof Scalp, Yeti Dj, on the BMX track and still kick most BMX racers asses.

Freaks I tell you.

Posted: Sep 30, 2012 at 20:16 Quote
i live in a country where people riding hardtails sometimes race fast enough to get a top 5 on elite... IN DOWNHILL RACES!

Posted: Sep 30, 2012 at 23:16 Quote
Bmxerch wrote:
Jose-David-DH wrote:
anyway, for BMX tracks, i think the most comfortable and fastest option would be a shorter, dj frame, like 15,5" CS, neutral BB and something arround 22" or 22,5" TT (i'm 6'1")... and there you have more stable +16" CS and low BB "4X specific frames" that suck at BMX tracks but are way better than a DJ frame whenever you hit rock gardens and gnarly stuff

Then there's the freaks who ride their NukeProof Scalp, Yeti Dj, on the BMX track and still kick most BMX racers asses.

Freaks I tell you.

And that would be me Fab


 
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