gage-mann

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gage-mann last won the day on January 19 2017

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About gage-mann

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    HMD
  • Birthday 09/23/92

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    Male
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    Barrow-in-furness

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    Cumbria
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    United Kingdom

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  1. The new Commencal ht
  2. A new pogo stick for me
  3. 4 piston calipers may not be as snappy as 2 pistons calipers due to more chance of muck and dirt making some pistons lazier than others. Ive always found 2 pistons to make a better snappier disc brake
  4. Looks like an onza blade came out around 2010?
  5. Heatsink cousts and yellows work good on polished rims
  6. Single speed steed
  7. When you get a puncture pop one bead/side of the tyre off the rim fix or replace tube then when you put the bead back on make sure you can get most of it on without it catching against the grind then the last bit just pop it on like normal then use a light sand paper to take off any dirt/rubber, much easier than having to regrind the rim
  8. Can confirm slx is a good crank if you can get them to fit i did a 9ft drop at 17st and had 70psi
  9. I’d opt for a large tapered axle like the one in wellgo mg-1 pedals if you’re the paranoid type. I’ve snapped a echo cnc crank and still the wellgo pedals were fine not the best pedals if you are a big pedal basher though (magnesium alloy body’s)
  10. Get the sharpest pin you can and try not to put a big hole to drain the fluid, use a dab of super glue over the pin hole if you’re desperate to ride but keep you’re eye on it
  11. Best looking one I’ve seen good work
  12. Nah just looks like white water transfers Like the arcade bars
  13. Those decals will come off no problem
  14. Sacked off the fury for a intense have more trust in it