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Loads of people used to skate free like that back in the day before there was a specific way to do it. People just trying to do something different. It's sad that skating has mostly lost that now. I hope it never happens to mountainboarding.
I have friends who had parts for their cars like anti-roll bars powder coated using a cool process, I don't think it cost much more than the normal type and it seems to be pretty tough, worth looking into.
- Sat Oct 26, 2013 6:01 am
- Forum: Surfing Dirt Main Forum
- Topic: brake or no brake
- Replies: 54
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eddie4x wrote:cable disc brakes with a bmx cable spliter good idear that
I have that setup on my no sno. Works well apart from the cable is a little short so when you pull on the cable while riding the brakes come on. probably ok if you are under 5' 8" tall or have long monkey arms.
The problem is the paint will chip mate. I have used many different types of paint to paint the anti roll bars and brake calipers on my car and Hammerite stood up to the abuse best. Tougher than all the off the shelf high impact paints I tried and it's a lot cheaper.
Buy a set of Hydraulic rim brakes for a mountain bike and the set of discs and adaptors to fit your wheels. Mount the discs to the rims and fit the brakes onto the truck hanger, they should bolt into the same hole as the MBS brakes fit in with the correct sized bolts and fit a bar between the top to...
Twist your feet so you put pressure on the L brackets on the binding, that will lock your feet in place without heelstraps. MBS will be the easiest heelstrap to go for, they will fit straight onto your bindings.