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    theHeadlessThompsonGunner
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    My Chameleon, some relatively hard-hitting wheels.

    http://classifieds.mtbr.com/cgi-bin/...uery=retrieval

    I'm going 29er. Baaaaaa (that's the sound a sheep makes, which is pretty tough to onomatopoeically transcribe. (What?!)
    "I've courted brain damage like some courtesan of darkness."


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    RS Space Monkey
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    Quote Originally Posted by SDizzle
    My Chameleon, some relatively hard-hitting wheels.

    http://classifieds.mtbr.com/cgi-bin/...uery=retrieval

    I'm going 29er. Baaaaaa (that's the sound a sheep makes, which is pretty tough to onomatopoeically transcribe. (What?!)
    Got my bashie this week. Nice piece of work. Looks so very home made, in a good way. I have an urge to take a wood-burner and inscribe 'Wonder Boy' on the side.

    edit: I have no clue why I quoted your post. What I posted doesn't really have anything to to with 29-ers, or sheep, or onomatpoeia.
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    NOT THE CHAMELEON!
    Man, i don't know about that.
    I hope you don't regret giving up the chameleon, i know someone who did (kware) and he had to get another one.

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    theHeadlessThompsonGunner
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    Oh wait, there's more: snowboard boots/bindings posted on eBay. Size 12? Want new like-new boots and bindings? Email me and I'll send you the link.

    In other news, I'd like to build a 24" BMX-style bike to accompany the 29er do-it-all bike. Right now, though, the 29er features bigger in my brain, and I can't really warrant owning more than one bike!
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    How nice would that SC frame look with a Z1 FR SL?


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    Quote Originally Posted by chad1433
    Hmmm...dead link. Whatever the case, the frame handled best with a 03 Z1 FR SL on it. I rode it with that, a Minute One, and Surly 1 x 1 and Instigator forks, and the Z1 was like buttah - a perfect trailbike (or a jumper for a 6'5"er).
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    in about 6months, you'll regret selling it...that's all I wil say on the matter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SDizzle
    Hmmm...dead link. Whatever the case, the frame handled best with a 03 Z1 FR SL on it. I rode it with that, a Minute One, and Surly 1 x 1 and Instigator forks, and the Z1 was like buttah - a perfect trailbike (or a jumper for a 6'5"er).
    maybe try this? the ads still out there...

    http://classifieds.mtbr.com/cgi-bin/...uery=retrieval

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