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    Volume Cutter

    Anyone know where I could order up a volume cutter?
    I've been trying to decide between the FBM Sword, the BWM Gangsta or the Volume Cutter.

    Any opinions on these frames?

    Thanks

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    they're all track frames made by BMX companies and people love to do tricks on them...

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    integrated HS on a street bike, eh?
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    Quote Originally Posted by gestalt assault View Post
    they're all track frames made by BMX companies and people love to do tricks on them...
    they are not track frames.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sp00ki View Post
    integrated HS on a street bike, eh?
    what's wrong with that? a lot of modern bmx bikes have integrated headsets.

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    The Cutter is heavy. I would go with the Sword.

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    Quote Originally Posted by walking disease View Post
    what's wrong with that? a lot of modern bmx bikes have integrated headsets.
    true. i guess if it's steel, i guess it will last.
    it won't be long until the first wave of pista-concepts-as-a-freestyle-bike head tubes start having issues.
    Quote Originally Posted by bonechilling View Post
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    What one has the integrated head set?

    Anyone know where I could find the sword to order online?

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    cutter and sword are integrated. gangsta is threadless.

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    Actually the Brooklyn Machine works site says that the Gangsta is integrated.

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    Well damn they are all integrated. Does anyone have a good recommendation on a good, strong track frame for freestyle and trick riding?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmaskel View Post
    Well damn they are all integrated. Does anyone have a good recommendation on a good, strong track frame for freestyle and trick riding?
    Sparton

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    gangstaaaa!
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    +1 on none of those bikes being a "track bike".

    more like "tarck bike", nothing wrong with that though..but don't get it twisted.

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