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  1. larwood91
    12-02-2011 02:17 PM - permalink
    larwood91
    Yeah, it does rub a bit when hitting bumps/dips when braking at full, or nearly full crank. If you pay attention and are careful. You can manage your speed and wheel release so that you don't rub at all, but it takes practice and being familiar with the turns you're making. I just haven't had time to trim anything or even determine the exact rubbing points so I haven't bothered with fixing it yet.
  2. joshreinhardt91
    12-02-2011 12:54 PM - permalink
    joshreinhardt91
    Hey was wonderin if you have had any issues with your tires rubbing anywhere yet?
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