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#1976 2020-03-29 6:31am

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Yeah, took that into consideration.   I never sit down when I ride.  The seat on.my 24 is slammed and it's never been sat on.


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#1977 2020-03-29 6:56am

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Re: 24" and 26" DJ/Urban bikes go here.

Your 125 is awesome.
I would get Standard’s 26 chromo Dirt Jumper frame made your way and go from there.

http://www.standardbyke.com/26-dj-frame/

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#1978 2020-03-29 9:27am

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Well thank you.  I really had not done the math on building my own.  That frames $600.  Ugh...lol


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#1979 2020-03-29 9:31am

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Yes, it gets expensive, especially stuff you cant swap over from bmx bikes like disc brake setup, wheels that are disc, not rim braked, etc...
Bars, seats, stems, cranks and pedals are easier to steal from BMX parts.


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#1980 2020-03-29 10:43am

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If a guy wanted a cheap way in he could look for a Haro Steel Reserve.    Maybe find a used one or a last years model.

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#1981 2020-03-29 11:16am

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Yeah, I think if I make the jump Ill probably go for a complete to start.  Been looking at the NS Zircus and the Octane One Melt.  With the cruising that Im doing the completes would certainly work since Im not beating the hell out of em.


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#1982 2020-03-29 12:09pm

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Before you buy new, check out the selection of used completes here: https://m.pinkbike.com/buysell/list/?re … category=3


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#1983 2020-03-29 2:02pm

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NS Bikes make some real nice completes in chromo and AL.
Also, if you want to stay with a BMX company Verde makes a couple DJ'ers.

Personally, I like the feel of a 26" DJ, especially if the rear center is super short.  It keeps the bike quite nimble, while still being comfortable and stable.
I bounce back and forth between 20" and 26".
To avoid hitting the rear tire, you just gotta move over to the side as it comes up.  Pretty simple.

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#1984 2020-04-08 11:07am

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Re: 24" and 26" DJ/Urban bikes go here.

andrewc wrote:

I’ve accumulated some stuff beyond what is on the bike when I find it.  Let me know if anyone ever wants to unload non-frame BM items.https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … b1fe5.jpeg

Are you trading or wanting to buy outright?


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#1985 2020-04-08 11:17am

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Re: 24" and 26" DJ/Urban bikes go here.

JUGGARNAUT wrote:

andrewc wrote:

I’ve accumulated some stuff beyond what is on the bike when I find it.  Let me know if anyone ever wants to unload non-frame BM items.https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … b1fe5.jpeg

Are you trading or wanting to buy outright?

Send me a PM. Happy to talk about whatever.


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#1986 2020-04-09 5:33am

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Re: 24" and 26" DJ/Urban bikes go here.

andrewc wrote:

JUGGARNAUT wrote:

andrewc wrote:

I’ve accumulated some stuff beyond what is on the bike when I find it.  Let me know if anyone ever wants to unload non-frame BM items.https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … b1fe5.jpeg

Are you trading or wanting to buy outright?

Send me a PM. Happy to talk about whatever.

Pm'd


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#1987 2020-04-11 8:08am

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Re: 24" and 26" DJ/Urban bikes go here.

Decided to go with this chain on my P1 build.

Anyone know the best solvent to degrease a new chain to prep to run dry lube with?

https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/28501/20200411_1106075e91dd6242.jpg

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#1988 2020-04-11 8:45am

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Re: 24" and 26" DJ/Urban bikes go here.

Minx20 wrote:

Decided to go with this chain on my P1 build.

Anyone know the best solvent to degrease a new chain to prep to run dry lube with?

https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … dd6242.jpg

Automotive brake parts cleaner you buy at the auto parts store,in a can.Works wonders.


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#1989 2020-04-11 9:24am

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Re: 24" and 26" DJ/Urban bikes go here.

Minx20 wrote:

Decided to go with this chain on my P1 build.

Anyone know the best solvent to degrease a new chain to prep to run dry lube with?

https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … dd6242.jpg

Favorite chain of all time.  I agree with brake cleaner

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#1990 2020-04-11 9:26am

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Re: 24" and 26" DJ/Urban bikes go here.

jray02r1 wrote:

Minx20 wrote:

Decided to go with this chain on my P1 build.

Anyone know the best solvent to degrease a new chain to prep to run dry lube with?

https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … dd6242.jpg

Favorite chain of all time.  I agree with brake cleaner

I ran the 710 and SL version and hated both.My favorite chain is the 510HX drop buster.


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#1991 2020-04-11 9:53am

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Re: 24" and 26" DJ/Urban bikes go here.

spyker wrote:

jray02r1 wrote:

Minx20 wrote:

Decided to go with this chain on my P1 build.

Anyone know the best solvent to degrease a new chain to prep to run dry lube with?

https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … dd6242.jpg

Favorite chain of all time.  I agree with brake cleaner

I ran the 710 and SL version and hated both.My favorite chain is the 510HX drop buster.

Not sure why the k710 became my favorite honestly.  I have never broken one and they dont seem to overly clunky.  They are a bit heavy tho.  I think because i used them forever on my midschool tanks that i tend to use them on everything i can still.

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#1992 2020-04-11 10:01am

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Re: 24" and 26" DJ/Urban bikes go here.

jray02r1 wrote:

spyker wrote:

jray02r1 wrote:


Favorite chain of all time.  I agree with brake cleaner

I ran the 710 and SL version and hated both.My favorite chain is the 510HX drop buster.

Not sure why the k710 became my favorite honestly.  I have never broken one and they dont seem to overly clunky.  They are a bit heavy tho.  I think because i used them forever on my midschool tanks that i tend to use them on everything i can still.

The 710 doesnt fit in all chain breakers fyi.

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#1993 2020-04-11 11:24am

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Thx for the feedback guys. Got brake cleaner handy so I'll go that route. Been starting to use the chain on more bikes as it seems to have little to zero stretch after use. Decided against the Fly bikes tractor chain simply as the LBS had these and was able to purchase directly vs web.

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#1994 2020-05-13 6:22pm

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#1995 2020-05-13 6:41pm

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Thats sweet dude.

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#1996 2020-05-13 7:05pm

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+1 nice cool

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#1997 2020-05-21 11:17pm

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Re: 24" and 26" DJ/Urban bikes go here.

Still on the hunt for this elusive frame.

https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/37048/___4121615_orig5ec76e7207.png


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#1998 2020-05-26 5:50pm

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Re: 24" and 26" DJ/Urban bikes go here.

Has anyone seen these or know what is up with them?

https://www.pinkbike.com/buysell/2763294/


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#1999 2020-05-27 2:27pm

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Re: 24" and 26" DJ/Urban bikes go here.

This finally came today after almost two months of waiting!

https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/37048/s-l6405ecedb3804.jpg


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#2000 2020-05-28 6:49am

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Is that the first image you have ever posted?


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