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Old 07-10-06, 07:42 AM   #1
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Solid AA Frame

What does everyone think of this frame?

I like it alot.

Its making me second guess getting my Fit(haha, as usual).

http://www.solidbmx.com/
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Old 07-10-06, 09:55 AM   #2
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I can't find it.
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its not on that page but it is on this one...
-------------->http://www.twelve0four.net/****it/ar..._a_h.html#more
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Never mind...the editing thing on this messes up the hyper link...just copy it and exchange the asterics for fu$k(exept the actual word)
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kinetec, you must hate yourself...lol

its a pretty good frame, i havnt really payed much attention to it considering im not looking for a frame but it seems nice.
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I'd still go with the Fit.
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Old 07-10-06, 01:08 PM   #7
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I'd still go with the Fit.
I probly will too, but Solid sure does make some good stuff.
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Aren't Solid frames the ones you can get customized from the company, like with no brake mounts or custom paint jobs?

I like the bronze one a lot, but some nice white/blue graphics on the downtube would be sweet.
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Yeah, if my bike didn't just get jacked, and I was still getting that mutiny frame next season, I think I would consider that solid frame instead.
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i would go with the solid over the fit
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Old 07-10-06, 04:28 PM   #11
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Yeah, if my bike didn't just get jacked, and I was still getting that mutiny frame next season, I think I would consider that solid frame instead.
That was confusing kinda, but i got it.

The Solid frame is very good and its giving the Fit and my easily changing mind a run for its money?

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Aren't Solid frames the ones you can get customized from the company
Yes, they make custom frames for you, in fact i talked with the owner i guess (it was whoever checks their myspace, haha) about getting one, he says that they start around $90 more and you pick everything. They also make frames that arent custom though, like the AA and Killing Machine(KP Ripper)
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Old 07-11-06, 06:50 AM   #13
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kinetec, you must hate yourself...lol

its a pretty good frame, i havnt really payed much attention to it considering im not looking for a frame but it seems nice.
Yeah, i definatley change my mind too much, haha.
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Just get the Fit.. it's a mighty fine frame.
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Just get the Fit.. it's a mighty fine frame.
So is the Solid.

I also like their new sprocket.
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I'd still go with the Fit though.
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I'd still go with the Fit though.
I dont know.

My mind changes too much. I probly wont know what frame im getting till my damn mom takes me to the bank and i get the money.

Ill most definatley be getting that Solid sprocket though!
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what colour sprocket?
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i need a new sprocket...my animal lite is finally getting a little bent after a year
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what colour sprocket?
Black of course.

Thats how i like my bikes, all black parts, and a color frame.
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Old 07-14-06, 05:38 PM   #22
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Go with the Solid. and tree sprocket.

Solid > fit

Tree > everything
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Go with the Solid. and tree sprocket.

Solid > fit

Tree > everything
The new Tree sprockets are very nice, but i dont think that they are out yet. (Im talking about the ones that dont use bolts becuase they have splines on the so the work with Profile cranks and dont bend since they are on the spindle.)

And im still deciding on the frame, haha.

Solid>Fit
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wow, that makes soooo much sense....how come i didnt think of that?
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wow, that makes soooo much sense....how come i didnt think of that?
Yeah Sam Shultz is a damn smart guy.

Same with his idea for directly threading bar ends into the bars, genious.

I still stand with the Fit < Solid
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