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    Smile New hardtail build just finished. Thoughts?

    What do you guys think?

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    beautiful bike, ride it hard!

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    looks amazing

    you actually gonna take that to any mountains?
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    very cool, the rear end almost looks like a old sinister ridge.
    link for reference
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.AllMountain
    looks amazing

    you actually gonna take that to any mountains?
    Not anytime soon....I'm living in Florida! But I built it to handle more than we have around here incase I move in a few years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AMhardtail
    Not anytime soon....I'm living in Florida! But I built it to handle more than we have around here incase I move in a few years.
    I hear ya. I love it tho. Seems tho a hardtail would be a bit rough of a ride down a mountain haha
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    Very nice!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.AllMountain
    I hear ya. I love it tho. Seems tho a hardtail would be a bit rough of a ride down a mountain haha
    i use my hard tail as a dh bike what you trying to say
    Quote Originally Posted by craftworks750
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    Pretty tits! I love seeing bikes with lambo color paint jobs. Makes it more interesting when you see a lime green or hot pink bike scream through the woods.

    What was the final cost if you don't mind?

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    very nice sir congrats

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    Quote Originally Posted by Misfire
    Pretty tits! I love seeing bikes with lambo color paint jobs. Makes it more interesting when you see a lime green or hot pink bike scream through the woods.

    What was the final cost if you don't mind?
    $1500

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    looking great man. makes me want to finish my soul cycles dillinger even sooner...just waiting for the new batch of frames to come out so I can start putting it all together...

    ...skeeter...
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    The only negative point I see so far... is the seat tube angle.

    The good point of that is that you have an U-Turn fork to fix that a little.

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    how do you like those avid bb7s?

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    Take the stickers off the rims.

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    Great Looking bike! I have a Dillinger and love it!

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