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    SPAM: Yelli Screamy (L)

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    EDIT - I struck the ad and will re-list in a week or so. I'll be replacing the Stans FR rims (decided I can't let them go) with Salsa Gordos.
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    What's next for you? Or is the Prime the one bike quiver killer?

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    It's going to have to be until my girlfriend wraps up her dissertation. It'll be a while until I have a 2nd bike, but I think it'll be more of a racy XC bike to really create some separation between the two. The Yelli is so much more nimble than the Prime that it can be almost a handful until I've adjusted, but it still inspires a similar kind of downhill confidence. I think I'd like to have something that invites you to pile on the miles and makes the downhills more "interesting". Maybe a JET9 carbon/RDO in a couple years.

    The pre-production Prime is 700g heavier than the production version, so it's a stouter bike than I need day-to-day. I'll get those Stans FR rims laced into a medium-duty tubeless wheelset and run lighter rubber for 80% of my riding, and that'll go a long way. I'm sure I could build a production frame into a quiver killer, but for most of my local trails, the Phantom would be perfect.
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    What fenders are those? I like em!

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    Marsh Guards. Actually, those are clones of Marsh Guards - I bought a pair for my other bike and then found a sheet of 1/32" plastic in my closet and made a pair for this one.
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    Still available?

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    Yup. PM me for details.
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