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Old 12-29-18, 09:45 PM
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Originally Posted by FaithsAngel View Post
So I had bought a used bmx bike and it doesn't have break mounts on it and wanted to try and see if i could put breaks on it because using the bike going downhill for about 2 miles to get anywhere isn't safe at all. I need help here and if anyone would be willing to help I would really appreciate it. Here are the specs of the frame itself to give perspective:
  • Head Tube: 75.5
  • Seat Tube: 70
  • Rear End: 12.8" - 13.1" ( centred )
  • Stand over Height: 9"
  • Weight: 5 lbs 4.4 oz
The name of the frame is called the Stranger Ballast frame. It is a 20' wheel setup. Any tips?
In addition to those specs, the company website description says:
"The Ballast Frame is made from heat-treated 4130 chromoly and features an integrated headtube drilled for gyro tabs, top and downtube gussets, ... removable brake mounts, ..."
So if the brake mounts have been removed it might be possible to contact them and get a replacement.
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