Which means time to purchase a triple walled rear wheel, which that and some other parts have been installed. Got a supra E on the back now.
how did you break the other one? Any pics of that? And what wheel was it?
2 words, di et
What's it like to break a wheel, does it make you crash?
Welcome to BMX! I was never a fan of Alex wheels or Formula hubs. Bet is was a pain setting up the Evolver on the seat stays.
odyssey makes some good rims if you taco this one.
besides alex does anyone else make tripple walled rims?
Did you break the rim or put a flat spot in it? what?
my guess from the picture is that he bent the s-word out of it
Supra Es are a waste of money. Just cause you messed up a single wall doens't mean you go to a 30oz trippple wall...I bet you would have been fine with Hula Hoops, or Midways. But, that's out of the question now that you've already purchased your rim. Good luck with it, I hope it works out.
the chrome started bubbling and peeling off on one side of my hula hoop
I was just refering to the strength of it(that it would be strong enough), but that is exactly why I prefer Odyssey rims; they have a warranty on all their rims chrome plating.Originally Posted by premiumbmx2005
The weight really doesn't bother me, considering that on my mtb I went through a set of Atom Labs Trail Pimps. I'm fit, but am really hard on wheels due to me being a bit more aggressive on the bike. I'd likely go through Hula Hoops or Midways quickly.
majorly doubt thatOriginally Posted by KonaRider24
bewahret einander vor herzeleid
denn kurz ist die zeit die ihr beisammen seid
denn wenn euch auch viele jahre vereinen
einst werden sie wie minuten euch scheinen
Sure. I think that you need to stop eating at McDonald's and stop stacking and casing.Originally Posted by KonaRider24
that's the new, not messed up wheel in the picture.Originally Posted by mude
Supra Es are way overkill if all you did was jack up a single-wall. Build your wheels right using proper tools (read: tensiometer, spoke prep) and any of the stronger double-walled, eyeletted rims should work fine.
What part of physically fit don't you understand. No fast food for me at all, never liked it and if I go out any where I'll either have broiled salmon or some other form of broiled seafood. I did case the landing, 1st casing with the bike. I have also admitted that I screwed up and screwed up hard at that.Originally Posted by Beerman
Kona, the boys in BMX are not much different than SS/Fixie. Don't take it personally.