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Old 08-17-10, 06:09 PM
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get it?! quad post?
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i rode a big block yesterday. tons of tire clearance plus tight looking angles and a really nice stiff powerful but comfy ride... it's a nice frame for sure.
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i rode a big block yesterday. tons of tire clearance plus tight looking angles and a really nice stiff powerful but comfy ride... it's a nice frame for sure.
How would you rate the welds and paint?
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about 8/10 welds. they're really, really nice. paint... well... i don't know how durable it is but if it's durable i'd give it a 9/10, the red with white is just fantastic. looks so good.

i'm a harsh critic too, my kilo's welds would be about 4/10 and stock paint was 2/10.
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Old 08-18-10, 11:09 AM
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this isnt towards you scrod I like you , you help me when needed in your own way this is just to the stuck up people.
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Originally Posted by cc700
i rode a big block yesterday. tons of tire clearance plus tight looking angles and a really nice stiff powerful but comfy ride... it's a nice frame for sure.
Yeah man im definately looking forward to test riding one now, even though im not in the market for a steel bike.
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Thanks im going on the mtv show made to be a fixed gear rider to become for bike savy.
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Originally Posted by Philasteve
Yeah man im definately looking forward to test riding one now, even though im not in the market for a steel bike.
wtf are you even listening to yourself?
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Old 08-18-10, 04:04 PM
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Originally Posted by Philasteve
Yeah man im definately looking forward to test riding one now, even though im not in the market for a steel bike.
Dude! No offense but hasn't every frame you've asked us about been steel? Do you even know what you're looking for?

I give up.
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Dude! No offense but hasn't every frame you've asked us about been steel? Do you even know what you're looking for?

I give up.
No, this is the only steel one the ones i asked about was the felt tk3, trek t1, and moto team. Then this one because it cought my eye. I want alum.
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Originally Posted by Philasteve
Thanksimgoingonthemtvshowmadetobeafixedgearridertobecomeforbikesavy.
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Weren'tyouaskingaboutAffinityframesalittlewhileagotooorwasthatsomeoneelse? Maybeyoushouldgiveupbikingandgetrollerblades.
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Yes I am, ive already orderd my new setup. I still want to take an all city for a spin one day.
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wtf are you even listening to yourself?
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