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Old 11-21-04, 09:47 AM
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if the back wheel is too far back in the dropouts, will it be harder to manual and bunnyhop? (on 20" BMX) (2003 mirra pro)

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Old 11-21-04, 10:32 AM
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do you mean to far back in the drop outs or to far back because the length of the frame is to long?
i think frame length can make it harder along with weight
and if its to far in the dropouts...no
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it can effect it, but so slightlt you wouldnt notice. It can make it harder to pedal if you have chain tentioners and crank on them alot.
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