Re: Refurbished Coker's on Unicycle.Com

Discussion in 'rec.sport.unicycling' started by oxfordrider, Apr 22, 2004.

  1. oxfordrider

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    I'm thinking about buying one of the refurbished coker's on
    Unicycle.Com. and wonder if anybody has any first hand experience with
    these. I'm wondering if I should go for the better wheel or if the
    stock coker wheel with the better hub would do. It would primarily be
    used on the street and paved bike trails.


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  4. mscalisi

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    oxfordrider wrote:
    > *I'm thinking about buying one of the refurbished coker's on
    > Unicycle.Com. and wonder if anybody has any first hand experience with
    > these. I'm wondering if I should go for the better wheel or if the
    > stock coker wheel with the better hub would do. It would primarily be
    > used on the street and paved bike trails. *



    I've got the refurb, and it's been great.

    I've already upgraded the seat to an airseat (with GB4 handle), crank
    arms to bicycle euros (bent the originals),and the petals to some left
    over wellgos.

    I will wind up upgrading the wheel at some point to the airfoil.

    I guess the nice thing about starting with the cheap model is that along
    the way you discover all the things you want to upgrade and then you get
    to do it just the way you like. OR you might keep it the way it is.


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