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Old 11-06-04, 10:46 PM
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snafu chunk sprocket

r snafu chunk sprockets very good i have been looking at one for my new bike.
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Old 11-07-04, 07:23 PM
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i dont know about snafu but trees are great
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my friend has a chunk.....or should i say had....he bent it....dont know how but i guess if you can bend it easily like that then its not so good
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Old 11-07-04, 08:20 PM
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Get a Tree, S&M, Animal, or FBM, or wait for the new Odyssey Vermont to come out in a month or so.
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Old 11-07-04, 09:49 PM
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dang beerman. u always seem to have good answers (no sarcasm)

where do u get all your info
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Old 11-08-04, 08:52 AM
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I can't speek for him, but in general you get info from reading a riding magazine and looking through dan's or any other bmx catalogues perhaps... eventually you can spot the new stuff without looking for it.. and you hear this sort of stuff around, ya know.. "Did you see the new Odyssey sproket man?" Ya' know, stuff like that.
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snafus suck they bend in like a day. listen to beerman, he knows what hes talking about.
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Actually, I know this because I do a lot of sprocket tricks and I run a Tree. Aside from a slight bend which I fixed simply by rotating it (which you can do up to 5 times), I've had no problems with it. Basically, any 7075 grade aluminum sprocket is going to alst you awhile; this includes the Tree, the new Odyssey Vermont, and the FBM. The Animal and S&M sprockets are 6061 aluminum, which isn't as strong, but they're beefier designs (fewer cutouts, basically), so there isn't that much loss in strength, although they'll generally be a bit heavier.
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Old 11-10-04, 05:47 PM
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"Aside from a slight bend which I fixed simply by rotating it" ive got a bent sprocket how do you do that rotate thing
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