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    Yes, the price includes shipping, as it changes (from 650 to 1000$) when you change the shipping region...

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    Quote Originally Posted by wyatt79m
    I got as far as the paypal log in and I saw no shipping costs at all? I'm wondering if the new price includes shipping ?
    I just all the way through the process and it states, "All prices include tax and postage and packaging where applicable."

    Not sure when the frame will show up though. This is my first 29er.
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    Quote Originally Posted by geolover
    I just all the way through the process and it states, "All prices include tax and postage and packaging where applicable."

    Not sure when the frame will show up though. This is my first 29er.
    So it was 650$ total ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wyatt79m
    So it was 650$ total ?
    Yes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by geolover
    Yes.

    sweet! Thanks..

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    My Yelli Screamy is on it's way. I'm just bummed it wont arrive until Monday so I can't ride it over the weekend. Can't wait to give it a go!

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    I decided to wait till after Interbike on the chance I might get to test ride one there. I'm wishing I had one on the way though...

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    We will have one of each size to test at Bootleg for the Demo.
    We don't do booths- so find our Van or give us a call at 801-548-2556 to hook up.

    We will have 3 jedi's at the Elka booth for demo's too.

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    Thanks, I'll be callin.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by whydomylegshurt?
    My Yelli Screamy is on it's way. I'm just bummed it wont arrive until Monday so I can't ride it over the weekend. Can't wait to give it a go!
    According to UPS tracking my Yelli was delivered today while I was at Whistler...guess I better go look for the box.
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    Quote Originally Posted by geolover
    According to UPS tracking my Yelli was delivered today while I was at Whistler...guess I better go look for the box.
    When you finish building the bike it would be great to see some pics!

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    Quote Originally Posted by whydomylegshurt?
    When you finish building the bike it would be great to see some pics!
    Here's a sneak peak.
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    Medium frame.
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    Cool-blue Rhythm Nice!

    Quote Originally Posted by geolover
    Here's a sneak peak.
    Medium frame.
    Sweet! The 3-font graphics are a bit much, yet still nicely "understated"...the bike looks great. How fun. Enjoy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by geolover
    Here's a sneak peak.
    Medium frame.
    Looks awesome dude, congrats!
    How are you gonna build it, what fork?
    Very curious to hear your impressions.... I expect they will be good ;~)

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    Quote Originally Posted by FM
    Looks awesome dude, congrats!
    How are you gonna build it, what fork?
    Very curious to hear your impressions.... I expect they will be good ;~)
    I bought a Marz 44 TST2 from Chainreaction for 250 . Yeah, probably not the best performer, but it was just too cheap, it is adjustable between 100-140mm and I'll be modifying it to an adjustable shim stack style like THIS MOD.

    I'm moving over a bunch of stuff from my On One Summer Season, but I'm still looking for an Ardent or Purgatory 2.4 front tire...no local shops have 'em .

    Come up and ride it when the hand feels better.
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    Geolover, start your own build thread, please...

    Quote Originally Posted by geolover
    I bought a Marz 44 TST2 from Chainreaction for 250 . Yeah, probably not the best performer, but it was just too cheap and I'll be modifying it to an adjustable shim stack style like THIS MOD.

    I'm moving over a bunch of stuff from my On One Summer Season, but I'm still looking for an Ardent or Purgatory 2.4 front tire...no local shops have 'em .

    Come up and ride it when the hand feels better.
    With pics as you go. Don't make us accuse you of having nothing better to do.

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    Just looked at the Canfield Europe website. Their price for the Yelli Screamy frame is 799€. Shipping a frame within Europe shouldn't cost huge amounts of money.
    http://www.canfieldbrothers.de/

    "it IS possible that you are faster or slower than anybody else who is having at least as much if not more or less fun"

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    Quote Originally Posted by perttime
    Just looked at the Canfield Europe website. Their price for the Yelli Screamy frame is 799€. Shipping a frame within Europe shouldn't cost huge amounts of money.
    http://www.canfieldbrothers.de/
    800 Euros is relatively big money.

    The Paradox is 470 Euros UK delivered

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    The good thing is, I am not looking for a 29er right now If I were, I'd be pretty torn between those two, even with the big difference in price.

    ... add a bit to the Yelli Screamy price and I could get a custom frame.

    "it IS possible that you are faster or slower than anybody else who is having at least as much if not more or less fun"

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    ...and in steel

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    Looks like a very nice frame.
    Any picture anywhere of the gold anodized color?
    In the european site colors available are black, silver and titan...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bonesetter2004
    ...and in steel
    Speaking of which - isn't the Nimble 9 steel, very similar geo and a great price? (that frame is still ongoing isn't it?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by bonesetter2004
    Speaking of which - isn't the Nimble 9 steel, very similar geo and a great price? (that frame is still ongoing isn't it?)
    Yes it is!
    "I ride to clear my head, my head is clearer when I'm riding SS. Therefore, I choose to ride SS."~ Fullrange Drew

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    Steel? Dunno: I'd put fat tires on the bike anyway.

    "it IS possible that you are faster or slower than anybody else who is having at least as much if not more or less fun"

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    Quote Originally Posted by savo
    Looks like a very nice frame.
    Any picture anywhere of the gold anodized color?
    In the european site colors available are black, silver and titan...
    The Titan is the same as Gold, and it looks killer. My Gold Ano frame just arrived Monday. I'm still waiting on the headset to arrive so I can ride it.

    Once it is built I will post some pics.

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    Here is a pic of the bike in Gold. Now that I have it together I've been able to take it out and my first impression is super positive. The bike feels really stable but still has a nice tight turning radius, the short chainstays rock. I can't wait to ride it more.

    <table style="width:auto;"><tr><td><a href="http://picasaweb.google.com/lh/photo/blQrOeOGe1mz2vlqNm_3sR4MzWvcvCCIOmhkZz3LxTU?feat=e mbedwebsite"><img src="http://lh3.ggpht.com/_7GQ5gEAOGHo/TJ-4f_ToVKI/AAAAAAAAAA0/5rP8F5xqFT8/s800/IMG_2323.JPG" /></a></td></tr><tr><td style="font-family:arial,sans-serif; font-size:11px; text-align:right">From <a href="http://picasaweb.google.com/108089665050214358074/2010_11_21?authkey=Gv1sRgCJe7mIuI2MeRIw&feat=embed website">2010_11_21</a></td></tr></table>

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    And because someone asked about the clearance between the rear tire and front derailleur, here is another pic. I'm running Kenda Nevegal 2.2 tires, and the clearnce is tight.
    <table style="width:auto;"><tr><td><a href="http://picasaweb.google.com/lh/photo/pSxT2TWKuyHBcLyCg7RTFB4MzWvcvCCIOmhkZz3LxTU?feat=e mbedwebsite"><img src="http://lh4.ggpht.com/_7GQ5gEAOGHo/TJ-4juI6cwI/AAAAAAAAAA8/QrhkTotbjL4/s400/IMG_2324.JPG" /></a></td></tr><tr><td style="font-family:arial,sans-serif; font-size:11px; text-align:right">From <a href="http://picasaweb.google.com/108089665050214358074/2010_11_21?authkey=Gv1sRgCJe7mIuI2MeRIw&feat=embed website">2010_11_21</a></td></tr></table>

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    Thanks. I was asking about that. Eeeek. I have hopes of fitting an Ardent 2.4 and still fitting a FD. If it doesn't fit, I guess I'll go 1x9 and HTFU.

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    So here's a newb question for y'all: If the Yelli has a 110mm head tube, will a used fork with a 7 3/4 inch steer tube be too short? Headset and stem could be bought to compensate, but I'd need recommends.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whydomylegshurt?
    And because someone asked about the clearance between the rear tire and front derailleur, here is another pic. I'm running Kenda Nevegal 2.2 tires, and the clearnce is tight.
    What derailer is it?

    I recall from Paradox threads that there's significant differences in how different FDs fit.

    Looks like clearance without a FD would be very god.

    "it IS possible that you are faster or slower than anybody else who is having at least as much if not more or less fun"

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    Quote Originally Posted by perttime
    I recall from Paradox threads that there's significant differences in how different FDs fit.
    This one takes a direct mount, so I'm guessing there is less variation among the different options. There also aren't too many options readily available.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluestatevirgin
    So here's a newb question for y'all: If the Yelli has a 110mm head tube, will a used fork with a 7 3/4 inch steer tube be too short? Headset and stem could be bought to compensate, but I'd need recommends.
    Head tube: 110mm
    Stem: 45mm
    Headset: 30mm
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    Total: 7.3"

    Just throwing numbers at it, it looks like you'll be fine with typical components.

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    Quote Originally Posted by car_nut
    Thanks. I was asking about that. Eeeek. I have hopes of fitting an Ardent 2.4 and still fitting a FD. If it doesn't fit, I guess I'll go 1x9 and HTFU.
    Thats one of the setups I have. Here is a pic of a Ardent 2.4 fitting with a 3 ring. Note that the bottom arm of the dual pull on the direct mount front derailleur needs to be cut off to give you good clearance.
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    flymybike - as you're on should I expect any problems running a Y-S ss? Thinking of 32t ring up front and chain tensioner out back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flymybike
    Thats one of the setups I have. Here is a pic of a Ardent 2.4 fitting with a 3 ring. Note that the bottom arm of the dual pull on the direct mount front derailleur needs to be cut off to give you good clearance.
    You just made my day

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clink
    Y-S ss? Thinking of 32t ring up front and chain tensioner out back.
    I'd consider a BB mounted tensioner. Although ISCG tabs would make it easier to set up something like a Blackspire Stinger as a tensioner. Maybe a Yess.

    "it IS possible that you are faster or slower than anybody else who is having at least as much if not more or less fun"

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    this is a fun bike, just thought I'd include some pics I got @ Bootleg Canyon.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Yelli Screamy  by Canfield ?-vegas2010-049.jpg  

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    Is is camera angle? Or, how wide are those bars?

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    I'm not sure, but they were pretty wide...

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    And a short stem - perfect combo for that bike I would say

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    Just got my tracking number! It's on the way, can't wait....

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    Quote Originally Posted by wyatt79m
    Just got my tracking number! It's on the way, can't wait....


    What fork/travel?
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    Fox, 120mm

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    I did just snag a Cheap marzochi 44 set @ 100mm just in case?
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    Ride impressions?

    To those of you that got to throw a leg over the Yelli Screamy, how did you like it? Was it a smooth or harsh ride with the 2.4 tires? I am hoping the combination of large rubber, 29" wheels and slack geo allow for some bump compliance?

    The only reason I ask is I am not sure if I want a hardtail again. Last spring I built a steel 26" Evil Soverign. Besides being too short for me, the harshness on the downs sent the Evil packing.

    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bubba13
    To those of you that got to throw a leg over the Yelli Screamy, how did you like it? Was it a smooth or harsh ride with the 2.4 tires? I am hoping the combination of large rubber, 29" wheels and slack geo allow for some bump compliance?

    The only reason I ask is I am not sure if I want a hardtail again. Last spring I built a steel 26" Evil Soverign. Besides being too short for me, the harshness on the downs sent the Evil packing.

    Thanks!
    I know I've already posted about how much I liked the bike, but since no one has replied yet..... I thought it felt pretty plush, I had no comfort issues at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wyatt79m
    I know I've already posted about how much I liked the bike, but since no one has replied yet..... I thought it felt pretty plush, I had no comfort issues at all.
    Did you put your bike together yet? Where's the pics?

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    No, I haven't gathered all the parts yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wyatt79m
    No, I haven't gathered all the parts yet.
    Keep us posted once you get started.

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    Here's a review of the Yelli. I'm not affiliated in any way. Just thought there'd be interest:

    http://thepathbikeshop.com/blog/2010...i-screamy.html

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