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COmtbiker12 said:
Looks sweet man. :cool: Get some action pics up QUICK! :)
ill try but today was the first snow of the season, check out my video i posted earlier, the bike isnt ridable right now because it doesnt have a starnut, race, or a front wheel, i just put the bike together so i could take some pics.
 

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RAMPAGE. said:
looks sick, must ride awsome.
wow..read the next post.
 

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urbanfreerider666 said:
ill try but today was the first snow of the season, check out my video i posted earlier, the bike isnt ridable right now because it doesnt have a starnut, race, or a front wheel, i just put the bike together so i could take some pics.
Pull the race off your old fork. Hammer and screwdriver method works fine. Starnut... Fab up something similar to an Azonic Headlock to preload the bearings until you can get a real starnut. A long bolt and a couple of washers and nuts work wonders. No suggestions on the wheel.

That's sick looking. But I think you're going to want drop crowns for it since it's so tall. Haro doesn't recommend a DC fork on that frame as it is. Have fun once you get it all working.
 

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urbanfreerider666 said:
ill try but today was the first snow of the season, check out my video i posted earlier, the bike isnt ridable right now because it doesnt have a starnut, race, or a front wheel, i just put the bike together so i could take some pics.
very nice...congrats to you....get a head lock instead of the star nut
 

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XSL_WiLL said:
Pull the race off your old fork. Hammer and screwdriver method works fine. Starnut... Fab up something similar to an Azonic Headlock to preload the bearings until you can get a real starnut. A long bolt and a couple of washers and nuts work wonders. No suggestions on the wheel.

That's sick looking. But I think you're going to want drop crowns for it since it's so tall. Haro doesn't recommend a DC fork on that frame as it is. Have fun once you get it all working.
what does it matter? they wouldnt warrantee it even if it had a dirt jumper on it, just cuz there anal like that.
 

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XSL_WiLL said:
Pull the race off your old fork. Hammer and screwdriver method works fine. Starnut... Fab up something similar to an Azonic Headlock to preload the bearings until you can get a real starnut. A long bolt and a couple of washers and nuts work wonders. No suggestions on the wheel.

That's sick looking. But I think you're going to want drop crowns for it since it's so tall. Haro doesn't recommend a DC fork on that frame as it is. Have fun once you get it all working.
in 2004 they raced that same exact frame (extreme x3) with a double crown on it the whole season, ti think it will be fine

if i do break the frame it will probably still be warenteed
 
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