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    Doublewide or Arrow DHX?

    Well what do ya think?

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    After all these years of discontinuation where do people still dig up Doublewides???

    Arrow for sure. Lighter, stronger and better tire profile.
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    not even close. ARrow all the way. Plus, if you run arrow tires, they are damn near UST becasue of the way the bead snaps into the rim. run the arrow rim and tire ghetto tubeless and youll never look back!


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    Arrow, Doublewides flat spot too easy and snakebites are more common.
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    another vote for arrow tires and rims + ghetto tubeless

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    Quote Originally Posted by M1_joel
    not even close. ARrow all the way. Plus, if you run arrow tires, they are damn near UST becasue of the way the bead snaps into the rim. run the arrow rim and tire ghetto tubeless and youll never look back!


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    arrow all the way
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    Quote Originally Posted by M1_joel
    For some reason your wheel looks itty bitty to me. Is that a 26"?
    People call me a dick, but I just think im clever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gramatica
    For some reason your wheel looks itty bitty to me. Is that a 26"?

    BAAAAH ! its 24"

    jh

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    Quote Originally Posted by M1_joel
    BAAAAH ! its 24"

    jh
    Cool. You have any porn of the whole bike? Love the 24's.
    People call me a dick, but I just think im clever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zedro
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gramatica
    Cool. You have any porn of the whole bike? Love the 24's.

    there are more pics on that pinkbike link. got to the link > user's photo album. i sold the frame to a guy in the UK. i have a new frame and am building it this weekend.

    peace.

    joel

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