i was actually just looking at the reverse and the reverse ACB. basically the same thing, except that the one has an angular contact bearing to help with all of the side load. other than that, the only difference is like one bushing and $45. im not really sure.
and does anyone know how much it costs to have a hub laced to a rim?
The only feecoaster i would trust is the revers acb right now until the g-sport one hits witch wont be for a while. My buddy has blown up his regular reverse 3 times in less then 8 months and now has the acb and its been going strong for a while now. He is a big guy too.
i was thinking about doing that, but ive been talking to a guy whos ridden a freecoaster for years, and he said that i should just go ahead and buy a normal hub, and then lace it up myself. he even sent me a link for this DIY site that walks you through lacing a hub step by step.
word. it is. but i can handle it. im always workin on my bike anyway.
is this building like a pole barn? cause i have one of those in my backyard. its like a 3 stall garage with room on either side of the doors. and its like 30ft tall. but my stepdad wont let me have even 1/3 of it to build a mini ramp.
The people that lived at my house before had two RVs. They used it to park them in. It's not inclosed but will be because my uncle is using it as a garage. But it's on my property so I told him he has to let me use half of it.