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ive been on custom riders and the mutiny frames are on special offer but cant decide wich there is the sinister usa bb for 108 for x-mas 4 days offer and the raven which is euro with free cranks at 130 on the same offer i cant decide which to get i will be riding mainly skate parks on it so what would you go for.

also the eastern cassete rear wheel is that any good and what size sproket would i need on the front if its 11tooth on the rear.

thanks in advance (Y):D

Ben

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Yeh'I'm inclined to agree, go for the US BB, although I'm interested to know what cranks come wit hteh Euro frame, that does sound like a good deal!

Yeh,but like Michael Hardman says, f**k threads on a BMX!Where did you get your Standard fram btw?I'm after an old school USA BB one!TRLS 250 or STA are the daddys!

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Yeh'I'm inclined to agree, go for the US BB, although I'm interested to know what cranks come wit hteh Euro frame, that does sound like a good deal!

Yeh,but like Michael Hardman says, f**k threads on a BMX!Where did you get your Standard fram btw?I'm after an old school USA BB one!TRLS 250 or STA are the daddys!

I got it from custom riders

And the bb thing, theres so much more to go wrong with threads, if you f**k them up then its hassle to get it sorted.

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Press fit BB's are a pain aswell.

I greased my frame up and sanded the shell down before putting the BB in and it took a sledgehammer to put it in, same aplied for my headset. Yes I used a sledgehammer and wood to put in a King headset.

I think it may just be Standard frames being machined very tightly, bastards.

All is ok so far.

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I think it may just be Standard frames being machined very tightly, bastards.

Needs to be tight otherwise they will fall out :S

Supposed to press them in not twat them in.

Bodge a press out of a threaded bar an 2 peices of 10mm aluminium sheet, works a treat (Y)

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