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    Gloves

    Recomend any good mtb gloves?

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    661, fox, mace make some solid stuff just to name a few.

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    i've been rocking the same pair of troy lee designs for a year and a half now. rogue is nice too.
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    Yikes. :nono: We need to add about 10 years onto that age. Unless she's a smokin hottie, then maybe 5...

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    I assume you don't want XC gloves, but could you give more criteria? Padding, durability, intended use, etc...

    I like Fox Digits. And they have the 'especially made for Dirtrag ones...

    http://www.dirtragmag.com/merch/inde...products_id=20

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    crap, do a search. we had a glove thread about 5 minutes ago.

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    the Sombrio gloves are pritty dope as well as the Rogue gloves. u cannot go wrong w/ either

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    Quote Originally Posted by aggiebiker
    crap, do a search. we had a glove thread about 5 minutes ago.
    5 minutes ago from what time? tabletoprider posted 3 hours ago, and I don't think he has the power of looking into the future. No one can do that but me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tibug
    5 minutes ago from what time? tabletoprider posted 3 hours ago, and I don't think he has the power of looking into the future. No one can do that but me.

    TIMM

    it was an exageration. anyway, DO A SEARCH.

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    does anybody know what size the rear axel hub is on a schwinn straight 8 DH BIKE i need to purchase one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aggiebiker
    it was an exageration. anyway, DO A SEARCH.
    Gotta get my exaggeration detector checked. Sorry. You're right. It's okay though; we all do it.

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    i agree with the fox digits.. i must have had mine for going on 1.5/2 years now

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    Quote Originally Posted by butcher001
    does anybody know what size the rear axel hub is on a schwinn straight 8 DH BIKE i need to purchase one.

    alvin

    hahahaha, greatest reply ever.

    probably 135mm, but slim chance of 150mm (rare at the time of the straight 8 though). measure! then try to repost this somewhere it could actually be relevant to the topic at hand, hahah
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    Quote Originally Posted by butcher001
    does anybody know what size the rear axel hub is on a schwinn straight 8 DH BIKE i need to purchase one.

    alvin
    DE-RAILED!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mack-a-nator
    i agree with the fox digits.. i must have had mine for going on 1.5/2 years now
    Meh! I have used teh Fox Digits as well as other Fox gloves and while they are very durable, dont tare, have ok grip. if its a really hot day when you are sweating a lot, from what i have notices they tend to soak up all of your sweat and keep it right there which always gave me blisters.

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