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jerrysmoaks00 jerrysmoaks00
8/15/2018 10:35 PM

Thinking of going with the S&M atf 24" frame upgrade. Anybody riding this frame? Really disappointed that sunday doesn't offer an all chromoly 24" frame anymore.

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grumpySteve grumpySteve
8/15/2018 11:07 PM

You can't really go wrong with an atf. The geometry is a good all rounder

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jerrysmoaks00 jerrysmoaks00
8/15/2018 11:25 PM

What does intergrated campy (head tube) mean? I am a noob.

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grumpySteve grumpySteve
8/16/2018 1:25 AM

It's the type of headset. Yours should be a straight swap. It's a standard integrated headset. Some people call it campy as it was originally designed by campagnolo (a road bike company). In road and mtb there's loads of different sizes and shapes, but in bmx everyone uses the same one (apart from cheap completes, some still use external cups and loose bearings)

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jerrysmoaks00 jerrysmoaks00
8/16/2018 6:11 AM

Thanks for the info grumpysteve

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Mishinn_Control Mishinn_Control
8/16/2018 6:24 AM

Just curious, as a self-professed "noob", why are you going with a 24" instead of a 20"?

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jerrysmoaks00 jerrysmoaks00
8/16/2018 9:03 AM

Im a bigger dude, like to cruise, srill do.jumps and grind(a little) But I am still gonna get a 20"(fiend Reynolds v2)

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Mishinn_Control Mishinn_Control
8/16/2018 9:54 AM

There are a lot of "bigger dudes" riding 20's. A lot of bigger & OLDER dudes too. I can understand a 24 for cruising, for sure. Hell. I have a Floval Flyer myself. Just wanted to know if you were like a lot of other returning riders thinking they needed a larger bike "these days" tl because they are older and bigger.

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jerrysmoaks00 jerrysmoaks00
8/16/2018 5:48 PM

Haha! definitely still need a 20" . Gonna build one up. Starting with the Reynolds v2 ?

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