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Sell and Swap / FS: FBM Exodus ST, S&M Slam XLT,Sunday Morning V2 forks
« on: December 04, 2017, 03:18:08 PM »
FBM Exodus ST 21" $150
Slam XLT - $30
Sunday Morning V2 (brand new) $100

Prices plus postage and PayPal fees.

Sell and Swap / WTB: 48H 10T cassette hub
« on: October 11, 2017, 08:56:19 PM »
Looking for a quality 48h 10t cassette. Preferably Profile, but will consider anything. WYG?

Sell and Swap / Anyone got a 48h 10t cassette hub?
« on: May 17, 2016, 07:00:18 PM »
Like the title says, looking for a 48h cassette with a 10t driver. Looking for Profile SS or Primo, but open to anything to get me rolling again. Got a brand new 48h 7ka duralectra rim waiting to be laced up, unless someone wants to swap it for a 36h 10t wheel.

Looking for a quality 48h 10t cassette hub, or a 36h 10t wheel.  Anyone have anything decent laying around?

I could possibly sell you my Profile SS 48h with a 10t driver laced to a Sun City Lite. Black on black with chrome nipples. $210 shipped.

Looking for anything in trade? I have some brand new Sunday Morning forks, an S&M Redneck XLT, Odyssey Evo 2 brake, and a few other things laying around.

Looking for a quality 48h 10t cassette hub, or a 36h 10t wheel.  Anyone have anything decent laying around?

Sell and Swap / Re: FS: sweet wheel set (madera, odyssey)
« on: June 21, 2015, 09:52:28 PM »
Any trades?

So, my buddy was planning to build a bike up, but then he got hit with divorce papers. So, I'm trying to help him move these parts. All prices are OBO, and all parts are new.

Sunday Wave C frame, black - $200
Sunday 24umph bars - $25
Odyssey Aaron Ross seat - $20
Odyssey Twisted PC pedals, orange $10
Odyssey Linear Cable, orange - $10

Prices are OBO plus shipping. All items new and never ridden. Pics on request. No lowballing, please.

Edit- Also consider frame trades.

The Lounge / Post Your Guns
« on: April 29, 2011, 01:24:08 AM »
Quote from: couch;3426482
I milled the frame from a stainless casting with a few existing holes. I had to do quote a bit to the frame.

This is how it currently sits. Custom Caspian slide, Schuemann barrel, Ed Brown internals (may swap a few out for EGW) and Pachmyer American Legend grips. I did all the work myself.

The lower I found is a Quentin Laser, which is basically the same as a POF lower. The guy hasn't gotten back to me in a couple days.

Damn, that is pretty much EXACTLY what I'm wanting to do, with only a couple differences (no laser grip, wider cocking serrations, extended slide catch.) The reason I'm thinking about going for a Springfield Armory base gun, is because it's a solid basic 1911... pretty much waiting for mods and customization. However, if something similar can be done for cheaper, I'm all about it!

If you could, PM me what it cost to build that baby up! Also, how does it perform? Have you taken a grouping yet? Also, what kind of red tape is there when building a frame from scratch?

The Lounge / Post Your Guns
« on: April 28, 2011, 11:47:00 PM »
Quote from: couch;3426308
Now that my 1911 is finished I want to build something else. \.


I gotta see this... what did you use as a base, and what was the end result?

I've been thinking about picking up a Springfield Armory Mil-Spec 1911 as a base for a custom build, though nothing too crazy (extended thumb safety/slide catch, beavertail grip safety, Novak sights, etc.) It's just that they're hard to find... and at their price/rarity, I could get a PX series for a little more, with all the bells and whistles. It's small things that make me want to do a custom (I'm not into forward cocking serrations.) If I do go custom, I'm probably going stainless... it's less hassle than having to re-parkerize if any milling takes place.

I've also been wanting to do an AR build, but that shit gets real pricey really quick. What lower did you find? I'm hoping to save enough for a LaRue Tactical billet lower, though that's a long way off.

The Lounge / Post Your Guns
« on: February 24, 2009, 10:43:12 PM »
I say go for a .45 ACP 1911 model. There's TONS of manufacturers out there that make 1911s, so parts are easy to come by, and unless you're doing drastic mods, easy to work on. A guy with access to a macine shop like you do could do a lot more awesome customization (a lot cheaper) than those of us without. For example, you could take a standard government model slide, and cut different rear serrations, or cut custom checkering into the front/back strap.

Kimber and Springfield Armory are good choices for out-of-the-box performance, but there's a lot of lower end models that get the job done. If you wanna go custom, I'd suggest a cheaper basic model, and employ the help of a good, likeminded gunsmith to do the final fitting. Just like tattoos, you're likely to get better work done by someone who's interested in the project too.

That is, if you change your mind about the revolver.

Sell and Swap / Trusted/Un-trustworthy sellers
« on: December 03, 2005, 02:09:53 AM »
VeganSeason is a fucking PRO!!

my frame came exactly as described, and it arrived less than a week after he recieved payment.

never hesitate to buy from him.

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