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  1. 2Slow4U

    2Slow4U New Member

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    So I've had my bike built for about a year and a half and i'm finally making an account.

    I've used this site a lot for help on my build, most of the questions I had were already answered and already solved my problem. I'm not sure I would of even gone through with the build If i was forced to use just the directions that came with the kit haha.
     

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    xseler Active Member

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    Howdy & welcome!
     
  3. LBC

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    nice looking bike! you out for speed or to cruise 20 around soulard market :don't know if i spelled that right: lol

    hows it do without a disc brake? i just installed one on my bike and it does 1000%better on stopping

    ride safe!
    LBC
     
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    Welcome to he forum, looks like a fun ride!
     
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    2Slow4U New Member

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    It actually stops pretty well as long as I keep the brakes kept up. I haven't had to stop in the rain yet though. Disc brakes are an upgrade I'd like to do down the line.

    If i had a truck or bike rack I could take it to Soulard haha.
     
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    when you can, try a set of mechanical or hydraulic disc brakes on the front, you may be happy ;)
    had to tear down my bike the other day because i set the sprocket and adapter to close and the chain ate through the lower frame arm lol back to square one for me as soon as i get the other bike sometime next week. take your time and be sure to do everything in a way that will not leave you stranded
    ride safe
    LBC
     

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