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  1. #1
    destructionismyobjective
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    d-street---who uses this?

    Just wondering how it is. What kind of bike do you run it on?

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    mtbr remember
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    I use it when fishing on windy days in my row boat. sucks when the seaweed gets all caught up on that stupid bolt on M arch, but it keeps my boat steady when casting hard up into the lillies and crankin' hard on that fatty bass. Really sweet how I can add a peg just for extra grip in sandy areas where there are no weeds.












    edit: ok seriously, I never understood the point... they are supposed to be specifically for 24" wheels/tires, but they are just as tall as a 26" fork. Why? there is no advantage at all. and sorry, I have to disagree with SuddenJudgement, no they don't even look smooth.
    Last edited by BikeSATORI; 11-08-2006 at 12:37 PM.
    Schralp it Heavy.

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    I post too much.
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    It's heavy as hell, but some people might like it for the 24'' only and low travel.

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    Air Junkie
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    I like em, they look super clean with the 24" spec design, here's a pic
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    resident dumbass
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    heh heh bikeSATORI . . .

    if you can get over the weight, it will never ever break. It's a tank. Weighs as much as one too . . .
    I'm out of things to say . . .

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    To "Air" Is Human
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    Butt heavy. Nathan Strieby was rocking a Eastern Night Train at Interbike with one. If you don't run pegs it's pointless but you have to get used to the fact that you will move through the suspension on picks and grinds.

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