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    Waiting is the hardest part

    Just finished building her up but won't be able to ride the storm trooper for a while due to the massive amount of snow we just received

    Frame: Mojo HD
    Fork: Lyrik RC2 DH Coil
    Shock: RC4
    Wheels: I9 AM
    Crank: Saint
    Drivetrain/Shifters: X-9
    Brakes: Formula The Ones FR
    Seat Post: Specialized Command
    Saddle: WTB Valcon
    Pedals: Canfield Crampon
    Stem: Straitline
    Tires: Minion Exo 2.5
    Handlebar: DH Monkey Lite
    Grips: Oury Lock-On
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    Nice bike. I'd be thinking road trip.
    Only two infinite things exist: the universe and stupidity. And, I am unsure of the universe
    - Albert Einstein

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    perpetual pucker factor
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    Tom Petty.
    tangaroo: What electrolytes do chicken and turkey have again?
    rck18: All of them, because they're meat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by charging_rhinos
    Tom Petty.

    Yep

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    the train keeps rollin
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    gas up your car and find some trails.
    beaver hunt

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    usually cranky
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    very nice. the saints seem a little bit overkill to me but it is the only shimano crank that would fit your theme.

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    Quote Originally Posted by b-kul
    very nice. the saints seem a little bit overkill to me but it is the only shimano crank that would fit your theme.
    Agreed but why not... they're lighter then the slx and the xt doesn't match.

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    Quote Originally Posted by b-kul
    very nice. the saints seem a little bit overkill to me but it is the only shimano crank that would fit your theme.
    Why not have the best crankset on the market.

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