Let’s take a closer look at the 2017 Crew frame from Stress BMX…
For 2017, Stress BMX have made a few subtle changes to their Crew frame that we’re sure you’ll be into.
The 2017 Crew Frame is made from full 4130 chromoly tubing with a 75-degree head tube angle, 71-degree seat tube angle, 11.5″ bottom bracket height, 9.1″ standover height and a 12.9″ chainstay length. The frame starts out with a heat-treated integrated head tube with an etched Stress logo, internal and external top and down tube gussets with the Stress logo, a heat-treated down tube for dent resistance, a heat-treated Mid bottom bracket, integrated seat post clamp, “Wolfbone” gussets on the seat and chainstays for increased strength and additional tire clearance for 2.40″ tires and heat-treated dropouts.
The 2017 Crew Frame from Stress is available in Gold Camo, matte black, glossy grey, matte clear raw colors, 20.5″, 20.8″, 21″ and 2.25″ top tube lengths and weighs in at 4.74 lbs. You can pick this BMX frame up from BMX shops and mail-orders that carry Stress worldwide now.
Etched Stress logo on the Integrated head tube.
Etched and machined Stress logo on the top tube gusset. There’s Internal and External gussets on this frame for increased strength.
How amazing does this Gold Camo color look?
Integrated seat post clamp. You can also see the smaller Wolfbone Gussets on the seat stay.
The Wolf Bone chainstay bridge gusset that Stress chose to use to give more clearance for the short dropouts. Looks clean and adds strength.
Heat-treated 14mm dropouts.
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