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I picked up some slams today.

Old 04-07-07, 08:59 PM
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I picked up some slams today.

S&M Slam XLT's, they were a bit pricey but they were worth every penny (it came to $105.32 CAD when all was said and done). My wrists don't hurt as bad when I ride anymore, they are the comfiest bars I've ridden and they don't look to bad on my bike either.

At first I thought Kinetic was crazy for not cutting such huge bars, but I know I'm not going to cut mine, even if I have to re-learn X-Ups.
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Old 04-07-07, 09:04 PM
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I don't quite know Canadian money, but it sounds like a hell of a lot. I don't know how you wouldn't cut those things either. After hearing all of the success stories of big bars, I might have to get me some Scerbos.
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Old 04-07-07, 11:46 PM
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I love tall bars. So nice on the back, and makes manualing easyer for me. But I'm not a fan of the wide bars, they ruin my bunnyhop and I feel sketch. And Canadian currency isnt worth that much less then the U.S. dollar, but when distrubutors send their products into our country there is duty fee's, and Canadian taxes, plus the huge mark up to mazimize profit. It's basically bull ****.
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