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Old 04-07-07, 07:27 PM   #1
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Me and wtp well aren't following the trend

Just because we bought some slams.

Silver xlt's, funnily enough we both bought them on the same day even though we live on different parts of the globe. And they cost almost exactly the same
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Old 04-07-07, 07:47 PM   #2
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Don't you mean me too?
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Unless you bought silver XLT's today, you cannot be in the club.
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I heard a rumor that people who have slams die younger than others.
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I sure hope so, living is for chumps.
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Old 04-07-07, 09:31 PM   #6
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Glad to hear it. Enjoy your tremendously oversized bars.
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I will, I'm pretty stoked for them.
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You should be elated on how easy it is to impale yourself in the chest while attempting barspins and x-ups.
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I've already smashed my knee's a few times.
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Good to see you learn quickly.
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riding with big bars just made me such a better rider. within days i was dong tricks i couldnt do before. seriously try big bars before you start throwing out negative feedback.
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No matter how hard Gunz tries not to be negative, he still is.
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Old 04-08-07, 08:26 AM   #13
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well, good thing i have triumphs.

tuck no handers are cake with big bars
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tuck no handers are cake with big bars
I find it's easier to 'tweak' x-ups and motowhips and such with them too.

Tables are just crazy with them. So much leverage.
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yeah i got my tables pretty good now. on to inverts....HA!
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i like somthign in between samll and big
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also known as medium?
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Slams make sliders soooo much easier
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You don't know what sliders are? When you slide your front wheel out of a fakie without lifting it off the ground
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i always just called it "getting out of a fakie"
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But that usually involves lifting your front wheel
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Slams make sliders soooo much easier
I kind of agree.

But i still can't do them all the time.
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I can pretty much all the time unless theyre on rough concrete
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This is a funny thread. Mude, your post made my day.
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