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Old 05-31-2009, 12:18 PM #1
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upped 2k5 timmy or upped 2nd gen mini?

Ok, I have a 1st Gen gloss black invert mini, it is in mint condition.

UPGRADES: Tadao board, orange bolt, literally brand new empire black voodoo grips (havent even played with em yet)

so my dilemna is that my buddy has a Green to black fade 2k5 timmy in mint condition

freak 16 inch
infamous board
new reg (forget which one, think CP)
clamping feedneck
new bolt, also forget the brand atm.

and he offered me a deal i add 40 plus the mini and i get the timmy.
I heard reliability was a problem though.

Obviously im going to get a lot of "wtf r u dum" posts, but my mini is sentimental to me, I played my first tournament with it, and although id see her every weekend and still be able to shoot her, It would just feel weird without having her beside me I play mid/back, and I want to get into high ends, but is this even considered high end anymore? Should I do it? PBN help meeeeee

***IF THIS IS NOT IN THE RIGHT FORUM I APOLOGIZE*** im still new around here....
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Old 05-31-2009, 04:14 PM #2
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***IF THIS IS NOT IN THE RIGHT FORUM I APOLOGIZE*** im still new around here....
That is why you read the rules before posting in any forum here on PbNation. They are always stickied at the top of the list of threads.
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