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The Lounge / Post Your Guns
« on: February 10, 2009, 03:03:31 PM »

The Lounge / Post Your Guns
« on: February 10, 2009, 03:00:37 PM »
I am really pumped on the ported barrel. Not only for its practical reasons, but the look is dialed! Something with a ton of detail like that is what I'm looking for. They also have a full titanium version....

The Lounge / Post Your Guns
« on: February 10, 2009, 02:51:09 PM »
Taurus Tracker .44 Magnum looks/sounds pretty damn nice too from what I've been reading.Lately I've been leaning more towards a revolver...

The Lounge / Post Your Guns
« on: January 03, 2009, 11:45:11 PM »
Quote from: snickers;2808769
no guns needed here just some brute force.

I'm sure you won't be needing these then will you tough guy.

The Lounge / Post Your Guns
« on: January 03, 2009, 07:47:34 PM »
.357 Magnums are really nice. If I were to get a revolver it would be something similar to that.

Or a Glock G33, keep it simple.

The Lounge / Post Your Guns
« on: January 03, 2009, 03:27:08 PM »
Anyone keep a gun at home? Not for hunting or anything like that. More for protection from break ins and whatnot. There has been a lot of shady shit in my neighborhood lately. Just trying to see what your thoughts are on this.

Yes I know the risk of keeping a gun in the house. I do not have kids and it won't be left out in the open or left unlocked. Yes I have shot guns before, I have made parts for guns and I know how they work.

I'm sure there are better alternatives to keep in the house but lets face it, who doesn't want a gun? Come on.

Would a small gun be better than a big gun?

Recommendations, opinions, your own stories, etc etc etc... lets hear it.

Site Help and Rules / Closing registration and Bg's future.
« on: March 17, 2008, 06:07:44 PM »
I'm on a few forums... They are all open registration, less bmxboard. One of them has a feature that has you write a short bit about yourself and why you want to join... helps keep out the dbags. The you submit your request to join. It might be more work for you admins but it could help...

Common Questions and former stickies. / common bearing and bolt/nut sizes
« on: January 02, 2008, 03:07:35 PM »
Quote from: moltenbykes;2165080
Kenny, hate to correct you, but I know for a fact that the RNC bolts are 3/8"-16tpi. Why? Because I ran them in my mini front hub for about 6 months.

I know for a FACT that the RNC cranks I WAS RUNNING before I bought Wombolts used a 5/16-18 thread in each end of the spindle. As with most small companies, a running change is completely possible. They may have changed this up considering the heads on the 5/16-18 bolts pulled off of the thread. The broach was too deep on the ones I had, and the 3/16" broach intersected with the minor diameter of the thread.

I know this because I had to shorten my spindle, remill the square and drill/tap the thread deeper on one side. I also used one of my stem bolts when I had to tighten the cranks since both of the spindle bolts broke, as mentioned above.

There was nothing wrong with the spindle length, however if you remember, I faced the back of the arms so I needed to shorten the spindle. I wanted a smaller Q-Factor.

Anyways, long story short, mine were 5/16-18, yours were 3/8-16.

Common Questions and former stickies. / common bearing and bolt/nut sizes
« on: January 07, 2007, 02:16:14 AM »
Threaded bits

1/4 - .875
-Profile Slim Jim clamp bolt

-most american made stem bolts
-RNC spindle thread

-Unsealed Jim C locknut


-Profile cranks
-The House/Premium female axles
-Gsport Marmoset/Monkey hub (1.5" length)
-Odyssey Vandero2
-Stolen Team crank spindle
-Colony Clone hub
-Demolition Mary Kate hub
-Shadow Raptor hub
-Superstar Overdrive hub


-KHE Gaysha hub
-most thru axle front hubs
-Primo Jewels/Andys nuts

-Profile mini female axles (1.5" length)
-Madera female axle

- S&M / Fit Gyro tab

- Odyssey Evo Knarp bolts (5mm length)

-standard brake mounts (20mm length)
-removable brake mounts (15mm length)
-brake pads
-Odyssey brake lever bolts (15 & 20mm length)

-most overseas stem bolts
-Primo pinchbolts
-Stolen Team cranks sprocket bolt (small)
-Fit cranks sprocket bolt (small)

-Twombolt sprocket bolt
-Wombolt spindle bolt (solid)
-Wombolt sprocket bolt
-Wethepeople Supreme front hub bolts
-Flybikes hub bolt
-Eclat hub bolts

-Oversize Star Nut
-S&M/Fit Compression Cap
-Tree H10 Compression Cap

-Pivotal seat bolt (50mm length)
-Stolen Team cranks sprocket bolt (large)
-Fit cranks sprocket bolt (large)


-Primo spindle

-Gsport Homer bolts/helicoil

-right pedal/crank

9/16-20 (left hand)

-left pedal/crank


-Twombolt spindle bolt  (hollow)
-Profile GDH (extra hollow) crank bolts


-14mm axles

M14 x 1.25

-Gsport Ratchet bolts

M15 x 1

-Flybikes cranks.

-Tree bar ends

-Odyssey Compression Cap
-Standard Byke Compression Cap
-ZodiacEng. Compression Cap

-Stln Compression Cap

-euro bottom brackets
-freewheel thread

Excellent source for custom bolts and conversion kits;     Blue Six Bikes

thanks for contributing; pegs, Leon_Sumbitches, don-231, big_papa_nuts, JeffersonC, jonathan, super.chief, Ride2Live2Ride, Pedrofsky, atxboy, Andras, Ainsworth112294

News / BG Interbike report is up.
« on: October 04, 2005, 12:02:51 AM »
Quote from: sheepdog
Actually, Rob-O said it, maybe he was joking or I miss-understood.

Considering I designed, wrote the programs, setup the mill, machined, deburred, polished, and handed Robbie the clamp, I think I would know better than anyone that the clamp is not a Fit seat clamp. Not only did I make this one, I have been making these for close to four years. Look at my bike check and see how long before Interbike I posted the pictures. You can clearly see that clamp on there. Long before the Series 3 line was even thought about. In no way am I trying to start something with this, because there is nothing negative going on between Fit and us. I am simply trying to clear this up.

News / BG Interbike report is up.
« on: October 02, 2005, 10:38:04 PM »
Good review Sheep, I think you pretty much showed everything that was worth showing. You missed a couple of parts, but someone will cover them soon. One thing that needs to be fixed in your review though is that the seat clamp on Robbies S3 is not a Fit. It is actually one of ours (ZodiacEng.). I think many people got confused with this because the pockets are similar to the S3 stem he is running. It was nice to meet you at the show and talk to you a little bit about everything.

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