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Haro backtrail nyquist x3 Good or bad?

Old 10-26-04, 04:43 PM
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Haro backtrail nyquist x3 Good or bad?

is the bike good or bad and what would need to be changed?
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Old 10-26-04, 04:48 PM
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I've never heard of that bike. I HAVE heard of haro Nyquist line and the Haro Backtrail X3, but never the Haro Backtrail Nyquist X3.
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the haro backtrail x3 is same thing its just i call it that because i think it should have it in there lol
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You said you hit rails in another thread and dont know the answer to that question?
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well it could still be a good bike
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backtrails are strong, but there heavy and mine got jacked do i don't like them.
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they suck, there heavy, and they get jacked alot. but there kinda strong
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Originally Posted by Freebyrd
I've never heard of that bike. I HAVE heard of haro Nyquist line and the Haro Backtrail X3, but never the Haro Backtrail Nyquist X3.
Jesus Christ.
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Old 10-30-04, 07:46 AM
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Originally Posted by Beerman
Jesus Christ.
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Old 10-30-04, 07:54 AM
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wats "jacked" mean? like, nicked?
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yes

the nyquist and the backtrail are two different lines of bikes. i have a backtrail x1

just because YOUR bike got stolen, doesnt mean the bike sucks. And just because its heavy doesnt mean you cant lift some weights.
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Um, I'm pretty sure if he hasn't worked out to change the grips in over FOUR YEARS he probably doesn't give a ****
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I had one that I bought to flip. It was OK,but very heavy. The cranks were bent and I hear that is a common problem. I was able to straighten the cranks .
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