Jessie_Freeman

Jessie_Freeman

Lives in: Columbus, OH USA

Member since: 03/09/11

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Reply to Dude with hubs 10/6/2012 5:32 PM

Because it has less problems, very few are returned to the shop, they hold up really well. + female axles, which are always better than regular axles. Plus it's Odyssey so you can buy replacement parts to keep it running, and they use standard stuff ... more »

Reply to Chain 10/6/2012 5:18 PM

As mentioned above, half-links are weaker than regular chains, they're also more susceptible to being installed wrong, they stretch, they weigh twice as much as a regular chain, and they cost more. The 510h/Odyssey Bluebird are the strongest chains on ... more »

Reply to Loose spokes 10/6/2012 10:27 AM

Cause something's fucked up. As mentioned above, something's off, I'd buy new spokes and nips and relace. If something's wrong I wouldn't want to BS it and have problems again. Also, if it's loosening up that much, it can't possibly be tightening as ... more »

Reply to STEVIE CHURCHILL OFF DEMOLITION 10/6/2012 10:10 AM

LMFAO, put out a couple good edits and suddenly you're better than a living legend who has consistently been better than everyone on the planet. Stevie's control, speed, and burliness are not on the same level as Garrett, I've ridden with both and they're ... more »

Reply to best vans for bmx 10/6/2012 9:50 AM

^^ This. Best Vans out there, tons of protection, good grip, and last a while.

Reply to Dude with hubs 10/6/2012 9:37 AM

lol, not all the time, with Profile hubs you're simply paying extra for a proprietary hub design, and on some of them titanium BS. In the end, on the front, you're still getting an aluminum shell w/ some bearings inside. Their shit holds up just about ... more »

Reply to The Mini Bike 6/4/2012 11:23 AM

They sell it right here: http://helltrust.blogspot.com/p/frame_06.html

Reply to Fly Bikes Zapatas Brake Pads 9/14/2011 7:20 AM

The Eclat pads are crap... they stop all right but the first layer of the pads peels off (where they write the name) I've had them on for a few months, but I had to take a razor blade to them 4 or 5 times to get it all of the way off... Causes the pad ... more »