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DK. last won the day on May 17 2016

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About DK.

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    Trials Monkey
  • Birthday 05/27/91

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    West Midlands
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    Echo Control
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  1. PM one of the moderators. I think they can do it. Might be admin only actually. Not sure
  2. All stoke apart from 6 clips
  4. Really good mate. Stiff, light and grippy
  5. You beast. Loved the rolling gaps. Nice work mate
  6. Finally got out of 2006 mode. Got myself something modern: Frame: koxx sky v3 gold (1090, 380, 72, +70) Stem: tryall 150x30 Bars: trialtech sport risers Forks: echo urbans Front wheel: tryall rim, hope hub, conti tyre Rear wheel: Rockman rim, trialtech sport lite rear hub, Maxxis high roller 2.5 Cranks: trialtech 175mm, jitsie freewheel, onza bash, jitsie pedals Front brake: 04 maggy coust pads on a grind Rear brake: 05 maggy raceline lever blade, coust pads on a grind Hope you like her
  7. 170 stems in 05 is possible mate. Shortest length you would find on a mod is 150mm
  8. Alright guys, just brought a sloping top cap stem. I'm just wondering whats the best way to go about cutting my forks for this and do i need a new star nut (a sloping one?) or do i just use the one thats in there already cheers
  9. I think it looks better if you cut both sides though. No idea what im gonna use to do mine yet
  10. That literally looks like its been done with an angle grinder haha!
  11. Forever the King.
  12. You got a diagram for the front of the lever?
  13. does that apply to the other side aswell then ?
  14. Alright guys, just a quick question thats been bugging me. I've noticed of a few peoples bike that the highlighted section of the Magura lever pictured below is cut away/grinded down on some peoples bikes (on both the back and front of the lever) is there a reason for this or is it due to weight saving? I know these levers are prone to cracking round the back of the lever, is it to prevent this from happening ? Any info would be great.