Grippers

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  1. mtnbike4522

    mtnbike4522 CelicaTech.com

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    Well since i guess the GB fell though i decided just to pay the full price for the heavy grips. Was only $69.99 shipped. I cant wait to get them :wiggle:
     
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    Why the hell did you pay so gattdamn much?
     
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    No, you douchebag.

    He could have bought an 8th of weed.

    An 8-ball of coke is at least 2 times that.
     
  4. mtnbike4522

    mtnbike4522 CelicaTech.com

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    Well i got my VA check today so i was not worried about saving a few bucks..
     
  5. Ilyusha

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    An 8th of ganj for $70 better be better than best. 8ths usually run 45-60, depending on quality and who you know.
     
  6. Grouch

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    If you close the 300 I will personally fly my ass over to idaho and stomp a mud hole in you.

    :love:
     
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    :hs: My network sucks right now, only have one homie that I pick up quarters to o's from. Need more variety.
     
  8. Grouch

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    150 is just a tiny bit harder than a trainer

    200 is about a 1.
     
  9. Grouch

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    no trainer is just right. The 1 is a beast for most grip noobs.
     
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    Do you use chalk for plate hub lifts?
     
  11. Grouch

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    no i dont. not on the plates that i use for it. but most of the newer plates I've tried you almost have to.
     
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    :eek3: 1/8 goes for about $25-30 bucks canadian here... and we have some of the best shit
     
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    California :mamoru:
     
  14. Ilyusha

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    30 canadian is like 358 american, dude.
     
  15. mtnbike4522

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    well i got them today
    :wiggle:

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  16. Grouch

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    winnar!!!!11one

    Now what can you close.
     
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    mtnbike4522 CelicaTech.com

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    I can get the 200 about 3/4in from closed



    300 i can hardly budge :rofl:
     
  18. Grouch

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    not bad though. the 200 is about a coc1. Thats where I pretty much was when I started. I can get the 300 down to 1/4 inch though now.
     
  19. Grouch

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    the 250 is close, like a 1.8 the 300 is like a 2.6
     
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