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I dont have a problem but how can i make my street bmx lighter? currently it has non-costum parts,4 pegs, and a kickstand. i got it in late august in 2007. please help?

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Drop the kickstand, first of all. The components (everything but the frame) can be replaced with lighter, stronger parts, but if the bike is a generic one (not a high-end bike), then you may just want to spend the money on a lighter and better bike.

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