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    is the qu ax 1500 good?
    the cross fire looks real nice and i wanna do trials.
    if there is a better one just tell me
    thnx, troy
    ~stairs are a hill with bumps~

  • #2
    Yeah

    depending on your weight, that will do fine. The most bombproof unicycles are the Quax 1400, Nimbus trials, and the torker dx. For weight Freaxs, the one you mentioned, KH, or a street uni.

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    • #3
      really?
      thats awesome.
      yea im like 115 lbs so it should be good.
      thnk u very much for the inout.
      anyone else?
      ~stairs are a hill with bumps~

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      • #4
        Originally posted by vanpaun
        depending on your weight, that will do fine. The most bombproof unicycles are the Quax 1400, Nimbus trials, and the torker dx. For weight Freaxs, the one you mentioned, KH, or a street uni.
        You aren't making much sense, or putting in much information.

        The Kris Holm unicycle is one of the strongest out there, even if it isn't indestructible. It has a very strong frame, and strong hub and cranks (even if the hub flanges are prone to bending a bit). The rim is drilled so isn't exceptionally strong, but it is nice and wide.

        The qu_ax and nimbus are also similarly strong, but heavier and have skinnier rims.

        The dx has a pretty weak, bulky frame, skinny although strong rim, and heavy, strong hub and cranks.


        The main thing to remember, is that just because one unicycle might be stronger than another, it doesn't mean that the other ones aren't still strong.
        Almost every splined uni out there is pretty solidly built, so the main differences are how they ride, look, and weight.

        I hope that helps a little.
        Miles


        edit: So yeah, it really depends on how much you want to spend for the weight, the look, and the individual parts.



        also, please learn to spell and punctuate
        Last edited by mornish; 2008-01-30, 04:16 AM.

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        • #5
          Do the newer Qu-ax cranks still have the nubs that shread your ankles everytime you go to ride them?
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          • #6
            cranks have no nubs. frame has brake mount nubs. bearing holder has bult to hold it tight. nothing i think would make you bleed. also get 661 shin gaurds. mornish, how wa i deing un helpful?

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            • #7
              cranks have no nubs. frame has brake mount nubs. bearing holder has bult to hold it tight. nothing i think would make you bleed. also get 661 shin gaurds. mornish, how wa i deing un helpful?

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              • #8
                i heard the nimbus trials uni is coming back soon and wondered if the wu-ax crossfire is better or just as good as that.
                i want sumtin to ride down stairs and do drops.
                which one would better suit me?
                i cant take all these unicycles and prices, theres so many diff kinds and im freakin out!
                thnx for all ur input and more is appreciated
                ~troy
                ~stairs are a hill with bumps~

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                • #9
                  The Quax Crossfire is awesome..the only especially weak thing is the cranks...but you wont bend them for a while and when you do you just get moments or something.

                  I used to have it...it was very solid...


                  Isaac
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                  • #10
                    thank u
                    finnaly a straight up answer.
                    i think i will order it on thurs
                    ~stairs are a hill with bumps~

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                    • #11
                      Are you saying thanks to me? If so no problem...
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                      • #12
                        yea
                        did the qu-ax do good with stairs and drops for u?
                        if so, how many stairs and how tall drops?
                        ~stairs are a hill with bumps~

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                        • #13
                          it was great for those things....Like tons of stairs and 4 1/2 ft drops...but it could do more....

                          Isaac
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                          • #14
                            to clarify what i said, the quax trials 1400 is the model up front 1500. ive seen them run over by cars with only broken spokes . with that theres like a zero chance youll break it. also it has really nice cranks. they wont bbreak on you.

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                            • #15
                              u talking about the 1500 or 1400?
                              ~stairs are a hill with bumps~

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