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    dual 26 Chuckers

    on a se draft 08 with thrasher fork? any do this yet?

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    Better off checking tricktrack.org

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    Not on an SE draft LOLOLOLOLOL...

    I would personally save enough for a proper tarck frame.... perhaps an SE PK Ripper? As SE seems to be liquidating them for perhaps a successor.

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    How is a pk ripper a proper track frame?

    Why put chukkers on a frame that isnt mean for tricks?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gt35built View Post
    How is a pk ripper a proper track frame?
    I said tarck specifically; not track....

    It is proper for tricks or tarck as the slang goes, as it's reinforced to handle the stress. In addition to geo....

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    Quote Originally Posted by happypills View Post
    I said tarck specifically; not track....

    It is proper for tricks or tarck as the slang goes, as it's reinforced to handle the stress. In addition to geo....
    PK Rippers are the worst, and are not proper for tricks and will not be able to handle the stress. They're made out of aluminum and there's been many instances of people snapping them. But TS, you should save up for a proper trick frame. Like Prind0 said, you should check out tricktrack.org

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    Yes. My friend did exactly this.

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    OP, yeah, definitely better off going to TrickTrack forums. A lot of useful information especially as of recently the popularity of going from 700s to 26s. Sounds like you should be fine but I'm not sure what size tire you can run in the back to compensate for your lowered bottom bracket height and how long your cranks are, you might also have to do some crimping if you haven't already but they(at TrickTrack) would be more helpful and knowledgable than I.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ohnoitsvincent View Post
    PK Rippers are the worst, and are not proper for tricks and will not be able to handle the stress. They're made out of aluminum and there's been many instances of people snapping them. But TS, you should save up for a proper trick frame. Like Prind0 said, you should check out tricktrack.org
    Exactry; that's why they're so cheap!

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    Agreed with getting a proper tarcking frame.

    Such a product like the Leader Shadow: http://www.iminusd.bigcartel.com/pro...adow-pre-order
    Clearance for big tire sizes is a plus in the tarcking world.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeetow View Post
    id ride it. after making it a fixed gear

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