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Old 08-03-04, 07:51 AM   #1
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so last night i was out with some friends and this girl who knows i'm into bikes decided she should up and give me her bmx. needless to say it was just about the nicest thing anyones ever done for me. anyways i ride track bikes and have no clue about bmx's i was just wondering if anyone knew what she gave me.
all the decals are removed but the logo on the chainring and headset is like a square made up of triangles so it's got an X in it and the outside lines are kinda broken up. looks like four arrows pointing out in the corners. any help would be rad. sorry for the bad description.

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Old 08-03-04, 11:27 AM   #2
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Check www.danscomp.com and look at the 'BIKES' and check out the 'Fit' bikes. According to what you just said on the chainwheel, then that sounds like what you may have gotten.

Look at the pics of the bikes and you should be able to tell which one you have. They kind of range in quality from $200->$400 None are fantastic, but they definitely aren't crap either. Have fun!
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Old 08-05-04, 03:08 PM   #3
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so last night i was out with some friends and this girl who knows i'm into bikes decided she should up and give me her bmx. needless to say it was just about the nicest thing anyones ever done for me. anyways i ride track bikes and have no clue about bmx's i was just wondering if anyone knew what she gave me.
all the decals are removed but the logo on the chainring and headset is like a square made up of triangles so it's got an X in it and the outside lines are kinda broken up. looks like four arrows pointing out in the corners. any help would be rad. sorry for the bad description.

well i cant really think of what it could be but i have a guess that it might be an x games bike and if so you might not want to do much on it
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Old 08-05-04, 03:12 PM   #4
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definately sounds like a FIT, if so, good find!!!
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I have a GT-lookalike BMXer that I'm planning to giveaway. I bought it at a police auction for $1. Nobody here would want it, but I hope to surprise some low-income neighborhood kid with it one day.
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