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Old 03-09-09, 12:01 PM
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Hey all, trying to get back into flatland after a few years hiatus. Broke out the ol' '99 HB e.p. and it up and broke on me. I suppose I've put on a few pounds since high school. It probably didn't help that my younger self got the idea to convert 3/8" to 14mil axles by grinding the frame/fork out. Anyway, does anybody know of a site like www.chainlove.com that has bmx stuff up for sale? For anybody who doesn't know, chainlove is a website that can yield some awesome sales, but for a limited time only. If anybody has any suggestions I would appreciate them.
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I don't think there's anything like Chainlove or Bonktown for BMX, unfortunately.
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I don't think there's anything like Chainlove or Bonktown for BMX, unfortunately.
This is all too unfortunate. I suppose there isn't quite as large a market for bmx as road or mountain bikes though.

Thanks for the links minichamp, I am well acquainted with dans and ff but had not been to albes or empire.
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