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    Another update on my 2012 Stumpy. Now has 150mm all around with the addition of a new Pike. This fork is incredible, totally transformed the bike.






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    Here's mine. Pretty basic and mostly stock however it's a starting point with a pretty good frame. Picked it up a few days ago. Already had it on the trail and I love it so far.

    Full specs:
    Fox Float 100RL
    Fox RP3 rear shock
    Mavic Crossmax SL Wheelset
    RaceFace Deus XC Bar/Stem
    Raceface seatpost
    SRAM X7 Cranks
    SRAM X9 Shifter/rear mech
    AVID Elixer 5 Brakes 180 F/160 Rear
    Kenda Blue Groove STICK-E Front 2.35
    Kenda Nevegal STICK-E rear 2.35
    I have Shimano Saint MX80 pedals on the way.

    2005 Giant Trance 1. Haha don't mind my brake cable in the second pic, it has since been fixed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SDKmann View Post
    Another update on my 2012 Stumpy. Now has 150mm all around with the addition of a new Pike. This fork is incredible, totally transformed the bike.





    SICK rig. Love it! More pics w/less shade

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    Agreed. Also, which KOM's are those? How have they been holding up?

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    Snapped a couple more, not sure they're much better.





    Those are the 26" i23 KOMs. They've been nothing but fantastic since I built them up. They were very easy to build and true, and I was able to seat those Vigilantes with just a floor pump. They've taken any and all abuse that I've thrown at them and they're still going strong. Much more stiff than my stock wheels as well. I would also highly reccomend the Vigilante Team Issues, they're by far my new favorite tire.

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    Try and be on the same side as your light source, with the bike in a position where it's casting fewer shadows on itself. Also, shots from a lower angle on bikes makes them look killer, especially from the front up close looking back down the bike.

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    Re: Let's see those AM setups



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    Let's see those AM setups

    34lb Santa Cruz Nomad L with Lyrik U-Turn coil,, Push link, DHX 5 coil, and 2.5 DHFs on WTB Freeride wheels. For the bike parks, Moab, and the few trails where you want a DH bike but still have pedal.

    26lb Yeti ASR-5 with Revelation U-Turn 20mm and 2.1 Advantages on Easton Havens.




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    Just got a 2011 diamondback mission 1 off of ebay for only $900 shipped. Damn near new condition, hardly a scratch on it. The only issues are the rear rotor is warped, and the derailleurs need some adjusting. Can't wait to get it out, I'll put some pics up tomorrow once I get it out in the sunlight.

    First mod will be a dropper post, then probably new derailleurs.

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    Happy owner of this, second wheelset will soon be with Derby rims and maybe I9 hubs.
    There syntace wheels, bar and stem, other stuff youll probably know

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zaf View Post
    Try and be on the same side as your light source, with the bike in a position where it's casting fewer shadows on itself. Also, shots from a lower angle on bikes makes them look killer, especially from the front up close looking back down the bike.
    And drive side should always be facing the camera. #nitpicking

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    Quote Originally Posted by mJUSTINm View Post
    Just got a 2011 diamondback mission 1 off of ebay for only $900 shipped. Damn near new condition, hardly a scratch on it. The only issues are the rear rotor is warped, and the derailleurs need some adjusting. Can't wait to get it out, I'll put some pics up tomorrow once I get it out in the sunlight.

    First mod will be a dropper post, then probably new derailleurs.


    The name of the thread is lets see those AM setups. I can't see the bike. Where is it?
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    This is probably more free ride rather than all mountain but I use it as my all mountain beast.

    2007 Trek Session 77. Going to throw on my Race Face Narrow Wide Chainring 30 tooth chainring to help pedal uphill. Going to buy new rims next year and maybe fork just to lighten the bike.


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    Let's see those AM setups

    The 575...





    2011 Yeti 575 - 2015 Fox Float 36 RC2 160 / Fox Float X - 30.6 lbs

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oppet View Post




    Happy owner of this, second wheelset will soon be with Derby rims and maybe I9 hubs.
    There syntace wheels, bar and stem, other stuff youll probably know
    Would this be the latest dream build out of Gravity Guild Garage? Looks absolutely amazing.

    Quote Originally Posted by Berkley View Post
    And drive side should always be facing the camera. #nitpicking
    Haha, nothing good to see on that side of the bike... yet.

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    My Mega...







    Frame: 2012 Nukeproof Mega (medium)
    Shock: 2013 Fox Float CTD Boost Valve Kashima (Push Tuned)
    Forks: 2009 RockShock Lyrik Coil U-Turn
    Bars: Easton Haven Alu 711mm
    Stem: Easton Haven 55mm w/Ti Bolts & Ti top cap
    Headset: Nukeproof Warhead 1 1/18th
    Grips: SDG Han Solo Lock-On
    Bar Ends: ODI
    Brake Lever: Shimano SLX M666 w/Ti bolts
    Calipers: Shimano SLX M666 w/Ti Bolts
    Rotors: Hope 180mm Floating w/Ti Bolts
    Hoses: Stock Shimano
    Chain Device: Blackspire Einfachx
    Seat: Specialized Henge Comp
    Seat Post: RockShock Reverb
    Seat Post Clamp: Nukeproof
    Shifter: Shimano Saint 10sp Rapidfire Plus SL-M820-I I-Spec RH
    Cables: Stock Shimano
    Rear Mech: Shimano Zee RD-M640-SS Shadow Plus 11-36T 10sp
    Cranks: Shimano Saint FC-M810
    Chainring: RaceFace 32t Narrow Wide
    Chain: Shimano XT CN-HG95 10sp
    Cassette: Shimano XT CS-M771 10sp 11-36t
    Pedals: SuperStar Nano Tech Flat
    Bottom Bracket: Nukeproof
    Wheels: 2013 Mavic Crossmax ST
    Tyre (f): Schwalbe Hans Dampf Evo TrailStar 2.35"
    Tyre (r): Schwalbe Racing Ralph Evo PaceStar 2.35"

    In a couple of days it will be sporting some Chromag Fubar Cutlass carbon bars.

    I f**king love this bike!

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    Spam alert!

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    Let's see those AM setups-20140730_064618_resized-4-.jpg
    here is my RM Altitidue 730 - I think it is about as built up as I need

    Upgrades include:

    * SLX brakes had icetech rotors on there, but had to switch to basic rotors after getting new rims (see long story below)
    * Giant Dropper post
    * Bontranger saddle
    * Race Face Turbine bar
    * Race Face respond steerer
    * Race Face Respond Cranks (white)
    * Race Face BB92 bottom bracket
    * Race Face Turbine chain rings
    * Shimano XT rims/Hubs

    under the category of cool story bro - over the weekend I was riding and my bike developed a awful creak/groan/grind from the rear somewhere - i assumeed it was a pivot point that was causing the issue, so on monday night i took it apart, cleaned and greased it and still had a creak - had the bike in the stand and gave the rear wheel a spin out of frustration and found my issue was in the rear hub - dropped the rear wheel off at the LBS Tuesday morning, and they informed me that one of the bearings was non-standard and I'd have to run around to a bearing shop - and i am leaving on Saturday for a vacation in Bend - so I did nto ahve time during the day to do this, and since i was going to upgrade my rims over the winter, i just pulled the expensive fix and upgraded the rims - the LBS gave me a 20% discount - but i felt i made a rushed decision as i really wanted to go with Race Face rims as I was hoping to build up my bike as RF.......at this point i was happy to have this sorted out before leaving on vacation. have not had a chance to ride this week though to give a solid opion of the rims
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    Re: Let's see those AM setups

    Got her done.


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    R: Let's see those AM setups

    Nomads


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    Let's see those AM setups

    Let's see those AM setups-imageuploadedbytapatalk1407139024.467431.jpgLet's see those AM setups-imageuploadedbytapatalk1407139186.532146.jpgLet's see those AM setups-imageuploadedbytapatalk1407139303.924470.jpgLet's see those AM setups-imageuploadedbytapatalk1407139326.918540.jpg

    My new baby!! Lapierre zesty AM 327
    So much love for this bike!!!


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    I like the van. What model Toyota is that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shredman69 View Post
    I like the van. What model Toyota is that?
    Looks to be a Toyota HiAce

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    Let's see those AM setups-el-ciclon-timberline-072014.jpg

    Ventana El Ciclon 26" 150mm travel frame

    --Custom Frame Geometry
    --1 x 10: 11-42 with 32 tooth chain ring (Race Face N/W)
    --PUSHED Suspension
    --29 lbs

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    giant reign 2 converted to a 27.5:

    Race face atlas DH bar
    WTB frequency 27.5 wheels
    Honey badgers front and rear.
    Azonic 420's when I run flats...
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