Re: Carbon Fiber Base Thread...



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Emile.m

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Jerrick wrote:
> No it's not.




Care to explain why?

I hope you were being sarcastic.


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Ntappin wrote:
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> I'm a butcher, and it took me like 10 minutes to get one nub off my
> luna.




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The viscount has a good metal base.


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Joe "Hodgekins" wrote:
> Oh... they don't kick bricks, do they?

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Emile.m

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forrestunifreak wrote:
> The viscount has a good metal base.




CF is better then metal anyway...IMO.


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Ntappin wrote:
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> I'm a butcher, and it took me like 10 minutes to get one nub off my
> luna.




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This Viscount is mad heavy. I have a Viscount and a CF base and I prefer
the CF way more.


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viscounts have no handles... they are less comfortable, and the one on
my COKER is completely f*cked. I would not use one for street...


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peleschramm wrote:
> viscounts have no handles... they are less comfortable, and the one on
> my COKER is completely f*cked. I would not use one for street...




Strip the saddle and use only the metal base which allows you to drill
and bolt just about any handle to it. Add the foam of your choise.


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