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Sell and Swap / Re: WTB: Frame for street/flat build.
« Last post by Boomhauer on January 17, 2018, 04:25:07 PM »
I think I'm set on ParanoidMexicans Hoffman Strowler..
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The Lounge / Re: The motorcycle thread
« Last post by Brooklynrider on January 17, 2018, 03:53:31 PM »
Was the oil leak extra?
He accidentally bought a harley
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Sell and Swap / Re: WTB: Frame for street/flat build.
« Last post by vandalsucks on January 17, 2018, 08:27:10 AM »
I might have a 20.5 FBM bellwitch with removable brake mounts.
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The Lounge / Re: The motorcycle thread
« Last post by Aesop Rock on January 16, 2018, 10:33:57 PM »
Was the oil leak extra?
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Sell and Swap / Re: WTB: Frame for street/flat build.
« Last post by Avondalien on January 16, 2018, 10:15:17 PM »
I have a 19.5 tierra, has a bb in it, but i dont know what happened to the brake mounts or chain tensioners.
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The Bike Shop / Re: Looping Out/Trails
« Last post by Professor Horatio Hufnagel on January 15, 2018, 04:51:05 PM »
Another idea along the lines of longer stem/TT, lower bars would be a lower BB too

Having said that, I wouldn't rule out technique, particularly if you find yourself touching down further down the landing. A lot of people new to trails or who have hard crazy crashes early on have an automatic apprehension of nosing landings. Part of the reason I hate doing airs on a quarter still to this day is that I had a few hard nose cases (and have the chipped teeth to match) on a dirt quarter I used to ride. When I got the chance to ride real trails in the 90's I was quite concerned about it, particularly because trails got bigger and steeper and were gnarlier than the jumps at the local race track I was used to. To help allay this I learnt to nose bonk smaller tables - basically you intentionally dip the front end on the way over so that your front wheel rolls along the top a bit, and then you lift it up again quickly before the landing. Maybe, if apprehension is your caper, that might help
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Edited the my first post to show cranks have been sold. Remaining parts are listed below.

STRANGER CO. BALLAST LTD FRAME 21" ( Black with Green/Gold Flake - Nate Richter Colorway ) - 195.00

Odyssey R25 Forks ( Chrome ) ( uncut ) - 95.00

Primo ReBars ( Chrome ) ( Uncut ) - 45.00
Primo Mac Grips - will include with bars

Profile push 48mm stem - 40.00

Odyssey headset - 15.00

Profile Galaxy 25T spline drive sprocket - 35.00

SHDW Supreme Half link
- SOLD

Primo JJ Pedals - 12.50

Primo Bottom Bracket - ( will include with the frame )

Odyssey Tripod Post - 20.00

Stranger ( Floral ) Tripod seat - 25.00

Wheelset ( Odyssey Hazard lite 36h Rims ) Profile elite Front, Profile Z-Coaster - ( LHD ) Polished - 465.00

Primo TyMorrow 2.40" Tires - 30.00
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The Bike Shop / Re: Looping Out/Trails
« Last post by Travis Bickle on January 14, 2018, 04:16:25 PM »
I tried lower bars. I swapped out my Credence 8.7 rise for Grand Slams 8.25 but it didnít really help much
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The Bike Shop / Re: Looping Out/Trails
« Last post by Narcoleptic Insomniac on January 14, 2018, 02:25:14 PM »
Longer stem/lower bars maybe?
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