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Mission accomplished,new bar and stem soon
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 Sweet, I use redline mega-x with 22mm spindle, its heavier than the device but its strong.
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 yeah these have been solid for me no flex or anything and cheap
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 dude thats a pretty sick ride
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 Thanks i appreciate it.
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 pic of bars please
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 What crank are you running and what size spindle?
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 redline device and 19mm 48 spline
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 Thats really clean and nice
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 thanks man
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 i love how you went from a norco bigfoot to a ns
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 Change is good,with the bigfoot its nice and all but once you ride something better you cant go back
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 thats sick man how much does it weigh?
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 27.7lbs and thanks
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 yo dude how long is your headtube?
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 7 1/4th
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 awesome thanks man Smile
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 oh i thought you ment the fork the headtube is like 3-4 inchs
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 like how long exactley?
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 its small i think like 3-5 inchs
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 like form the bottom to the top? Its 3.5 or 3 to 5 Razz you know what im talking about right?
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 no i dont know what you mean lol?
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 like the parts inbetween the bottom part of your headset and the top part of your headset, like were your fork goes through Razz how long is that part of the frame.
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 just under 4 inchs w/o headset cups 4 3/4inchs with
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 awesome thanks Razz
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 np lol
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 Soo nice! what ratio?
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 thanks, 28-13 awesome ratio imo
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 Had that on my bike before my hub broke and I must admit I loved it
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 anything with a 2:1 ratio is alright,what hub do you have now?
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 G.I street 2005/2006 that takes down to 16t freewheels only...
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 that blows i have a formula ss hub its nice but it makes no click, when it dies i want a ns coaster pro or rotary
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 Problem with these hubs is; they use drivers. I think both come with a 1ot driver. So if you want another driver, it's like 80$ or a new sprocket...
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 yeah thats what i thought too
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 I'm going to buy a Hope pro2 SS
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 there nice i just dont like that female axle bolt thing they strip easy and i dont get how they hold in the dropouts lol
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 well I can't seem to find a lighter/good ss hub...
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 Get the Hope it's AMAZING. Female axle is the best invention apart from drivers on a rear hub.
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 Used to ridea 28-13, but it was too easy to actually ride anywhere, i changed to a 30-13
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 really this is great for me it accelerates and climbs well
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 i use 32-13, seems to help me out a bit more for park use, just that bit higher top speed. i love it personally.
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 gridlock, the hope pro 2 ss comes with cheesy bolts that strip easily, but if you just get replacement bolts from any hardware store, you can really crank it down and it'll stay in place w/o chain tensioners. female axle ftw.

i have a huge bolt that uses an 8mm allen key rather than the stock 6mm, i can realllly crank on it!
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 hmmm maybe my next hub if i can get one cheap
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 the best
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 thanks
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 that so SICK!
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 thanks







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