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theggyster theggyster's photo
May 12, 2010 at 16:03
May 12, 2010
4" lift, 31" tires on mid 90's ranger rims, front fenders flared and lights added behind the grill. . soon many more off-road mods to come.

theggyster theggyster's photo
May 12, 2010 at 16:00
May 12, 2010
actually it has what is called a twin traction beam (or ttb) front suspension. it is fords early independent front suspension used up until the late 90's.the ttb is basically a hybrid of a solid and an independent. it looks more like a solid but is closer in design to an independent. it was designed to be rugged like a solid axle but give better ride like an independent. the twin i beam was the 2 wheel drive version and is still in use on e-series vans i believe.

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Apr 27, 2010 at 19:38
Apr 27, 2010
theggyster mikelevy's article
Apr 24, 2010 at 21:47
Apr 24, 2010
Chris Akrigg Bike Check - Sea Otter 2010
is it just me or does ho look kinda like stevo?
theggyster rheederboyz's video
Dec 4, 2009 at 18:55
Dec 4, 2009
video
man i have so many of the same t shirts as him. what a champ. the i heart my bike shirt is my favorite. i wear it all the time. what a cool guy with amazing talent and great shirts.

theggyster theggyster's photo
Jul 27, 2009 at 8:31
Jul 27, 2009
what isnt that new? this is only last years model. it's the exact same this year just in a diffrerent colour!

theggyster spoiledgoods's article
Jul 6, 2009 at 13:37
Jul 6, 2009
SRAM Pit Stop - The fancy method of cleaning.
never spray your bike with a hose or pressure wash it. the water seeps in to the bearing and cables and destroys them, the very best cleaner on the market hands down is WD-40. most people dont realise it but WD-40 will clean anything because it is actually a cleaner with oil like properties. if you spary it on your bike it claens away dirt without scratching and leaves it shiny clean. just be careful to keep it away from your rotors and bearings. if it gets in places like your hub it will clean away the grease. so simply spray it on a rag for places like hubs. i guurantee this will be the best clean your bike has ever had at half the price of any other cleaner.
Apr 16, 2009 at 12:33
Apr 16, 2009
dude message me i'll buy yur bmx for 500, maybe 550.
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theggyster brule's article
Mar 9, 2009 at 15:49
Mar 9, 2009
Kevin Landry Promo Video
very cool kevin's mom is my little sister's teacher. what a connection!
theggyster si-paton's article
Jan 31, 2009 at 13:34
Jan 31, 2009
The Mutts Nuts - SixSixOne Ankle Biters
i have had two pairs of 661 shoes in my life. i was very unhappy with the quality of the shoes.the actual upper was actually pretty good and very durable. they both looked good even after a whole summer.the real problem was with everything involving the soles. the soles felt very think, cheap and fell apart in no time. the first pair i had was the launch taki. i thought that the softer sole would help give more traction but i noticed no difference. in about a two months a hole had started. not all the way through but almost there. in 3 months there was a hole and the sole was actually HALF OFF the shoe. my reasoning behind even buying a second pair was because i thought that maybe it was just the thin soft sole. my second pair was all black leather but i can't remember the name(descend i think). 661 said they were good for day to day use so thats what i used them for.same story with these shoes. got a hole in no time but atleast the sole stayed on this time. also on both shoes i felt that the foot support was very lacking. it was like some cheap paper almost(hard to describe) that wore out in no time so you were walking on the actuall rubber sole(very incomfortable). also i have noticed that for 2009 both these shoes are gone (that really tells you something). because of this bad experiance i am not the fan of 661 i used to be and especially regarding footwear. (i really like the raji gloves though)
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