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90psi

90psi

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profiles post #1
hi there i want two new wheels and i have a lot of money
i want a profiles but i hear they are hard to maintain
i am a mostly park rider with a very very rare grind in street
do you recon i should get one they sound soo nice and look sweet
i dont want it blowing up in the first five minutes
also how would i maintain it is there any websites that tell you
also i dont do no 40 foot gaps :D
 
Jake Eats Cake

Jake Eats Cake

Well-Known Member
profiles post #2
hard to maintain....
i never 'maintain' my profile and it runs fine - and i brought it second hand
 
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Marcus Poopy

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profiles post #3
if you call "hard to maintain" not even tightening it once in a year...only cleaning the driver twice in that time.
i think your mixing up profile hubs with freecoasters, there is a difference:p
 
BMXDAN

BMXDAN

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profiles post #4
yea.. profiles are easy to maintain durable hubs.

i would recommend them to anybody if you have the money
 
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twiztidbmxfreak1

New Member
profiles post #5
i have a set i might come off of
profiles are some of the best wheels ive ever had and have no problems with them what so ever
I got a like new set of Mini SS in black with ti axle and driver 9t with DT swiss spokes and odyssey 7KA rims in chrome
i wouldnt come off them cheap but if your willing to make a good offer for damn good wheels that not just anyone is going to have then let me know
 
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XboxKid

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profiles post #6
Best cassete hub out there, just depends if you have the money.
 

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