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Old 10-24-05, 01:45 PM   #1
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bars?

what bars do you reakon i should get. im thinking fly 3 amigoes but are these actually good?
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Old 10-24-05, 01:53 PM   #2
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what bars do you reakon i should get. im thinking fly 3 amigoes but are these actually good?
i have these on my fuse there by oddy i hade to cut them donw bc there wide but i also like slim bars
http://www.odysseybmx.com/catalog/in...20Grips&page=1
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civilians are good, so are medium/beringer/dive /slambars
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Old 10-24-05, 02:19 PM   #4
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i have these on my fuse there by oddy i hade to cut them donw bc there wide but i also like slim bars
http://www.odysseybmx.com/catalog/in...20Grips&page=1
Wow, you actually gave a good asnwer, it wasn't displayed the greatest, but it's a start.

(I never thought that I would ever say this)But, I agree with racersk66, get the Odyssey bars.
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Old 10-24-05, 02:23 PM   #5
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yeh, they do look pretty good
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Wow, you actually gave a good asnwer, it wasn't displayed the greatest, but it's a start.

(I never thought that I would ever say this)But, I agree with racersk66, get the Odyssey bars.
they just really need to be cut down they are pretty wide, atleast for me they are
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crap, i guess im not the only one how likes odyssey bars
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crap, i guess im not the only one how likes odyssey bars
Nah, I guess not.
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Real men ride Slam Bars.
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negatory, real men ride these



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I want one. How much and where?
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Old 10-24-05, 07:28 PM   #12
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maybe if i was a hardcore flatland rider, then i still probably woudnt. theres some other flatland bars like that with the built in stem. they look like a V, i cant remember who makes them but they seem better...
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I mentioned that he wants us to build his bike, bit by bit. Seat first, then grips, now bars. His bike must just suck.
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I mentioned that he wants us to build his bike, bit by bit. Seat first, then grips, now bars. His bike must just suck.
I went back through he forum and yes there does seem to be seat grips and now bars
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don't you think that's why he said that?
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I mentioned that he wants us to build his bike, bit by bit. Seat first, then grips, now bars. His bike must just suck.
yeh my bike is a haro 540 (2005) and its all stock so want to build it up gradually but im not sure about my jugement
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yeh my bike is a haro 540 (2005) and its all stock so want to build it up gradually but im not sure about my jugement
So are you looking for parts that will suit your needs/skills, or do you just want to be accepted by everyone else?
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im looking for my bike to be lighter and stronger basically
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One or the other, you can't usually have both.
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i can try!
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if either though, lighter
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i currently have bentigger bars
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poverty bars = actually pretty good
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im enjoying them. ive had them for a year and no bendage (which is pretty good cuz there was a point where i would have considered myself a "bike thrower"
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