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  1. #1
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    Stolen Jamis DAKAR XLT 1.0

    OK, so my wife had the garage door open for a bit and someone swiped my Jamis on Monday. We are still digging up the serial number (I found the numbers for the other 4 bikes, helpful...) but I thought I would post up what it was (a subset of the claim I will file):

    Jamis Dakar XLT 1.0 Frame (black, dark gray, charcoal thing...)
    Fox Float R air spring/damper
    Manitou Minute 1.0 Fork with SPV/Evolve
    Race Face Cranks
    Time ATAC XS pedals
    Performance TerraMax wheels
    SRAM PC 991 chain
    Shimano XT 11-32 9 speed Cassette
    Shimano XT Front Derailleur
    Shimano XTR Rear Derailleur
    Thomson Seatpost
    Easton Stem
    Easton Riser Bar
    Shimano XT Dual Control M765 Hydraulic Brake Levers with integrated 9 speed shifters
    Shimano XT M765 Brake Calipers (2)
    Shimano Hydraulic Brake Lines
    Avid Shifting Cables
    Avid 160mm Brake Rotors (2)
    Lizard Skinz lock-on grips
    Salsa QR Wheel Skewers
    Salsa QR Seat post collar
    Specialized Adrenaline Tire
    Specialized Resolution Tire

    Serfas Saddle Bag
    Cook Brothers Speed Lever
    Topeak Alien multitool
    CO2 pump with 2 CO2 cartridges
    Blackburn Shorty Pump w/frame mount

    The Race Face cranks are yellow, there is a fair amount of paint wear from a cable rubbing on the head tube, the rebound knob is broken off the fork (I just picked up a new rebound/damping assembly the week before), and it has green bearings in the upper pivots (these are common bearings to fail, so I got skateboard bearings with green faces).

    I have a replacement bike for this weekend and the John Cooper Memorial ride, but thought I would get the word out. Thanks.

  2. #2
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    Sorry to hear your bike has been stolen. Hopefully it will be recovered.

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    Yeah, it sucks. Oh, I should probably mention that it was stolen from my house in Sierra Vista, although it could turn up in Tucson or anywhere else for that matter.

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