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    Yeti ASR 7 For Sale -- paid spam

    I am selling my 2009 AS-R 7 to make way for a 2010 Seven. It is in great shape and has been an incredible bike...

    http://classifieds.mtbr.com/showprod...?product=49586

    The Build:

    * Fox Float 36 RC2 tapered-steerer fork
    * 2010 Fox RP23 Boost Valve rear shock serviced and rebuilt in March of 2010
    * Cane Creek S3 headset
    * Shimano SLX 22/36 crank with SLX integrated front derailleur
    * Shimano XTR Shadow rear derailleur
    * Shimano XT Trigger shifters
    * Shimano SLX 11-34 cassette
    * Mavic Crossline wheelset
    * New Continental Trail King 2.4 (Rubber Queen)/ High Roller 2.3 tires
    * Shimano XT hydraulic disc brakes, 8" front, 7" rear
    * Easton Monkeylite bar
    * Thomson X4 Stem and Elite seatpost
    * SDG Ti Fly saddle
    * Oury Lock-on Grips
    * ISCG '05 mount, in case you decide to add a chainguide
    * Pedals not included

    Please see the full gallery of high quality images of the bike:

    http://bertolacci.org/gallery/main.p...gs/yeti_asr_7/

    For a video review of the seven:

    http://www.spokemagazine.com/2009/12...-asr-7-review/

    The bike is used and shows normal wear, but is in overall great shape. Full disclosure: the front triangle is like-new shape. The fork has some scratches on the lowers and a rub spot on the left stanchion. The rear triangle has a scratch and ding in the left seatstay.

    Feel free to contact me via email or at 303-674-8423.
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    The important question here, Jason, is what are you replacing it with.

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    I can't ride 45!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Reporterkyle
    The important question here, Jason, is what are you replacing it with.
    A 2010 Yeti Seven

    Gotta keep the stable fresh!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jasonb
    A 2010 Yeti Seven

    Gotta keep the stable fresh!
    Attaboy.

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    Just make sure you take it off 4 foot drops with MOAR SPEED!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SkaredShtles
    Just make sure you take it off 4 foot drops with MOAR SPEED!!
    I kicked the big brother of that drop's butt on a porc run a couple of weekends ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jasonb
    I kicked the big brother of that drop's butt on a porc run a couple of weekends ago.
    And don't forget to PULL UP!

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    What the heck is the 2010 Seven? Or you just mean the 2010 version of the ASR 7?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pastajet
    What the heck is the 2010 Seven? Or you just mean the 2010 version of the ASR 7?
    Yup, just a '10 ASR 7

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    Did I miss some change between the bike you're selling and the 2010? I'm confused . . .
    P3575303RDH

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    I can't ride 45!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tempest3070
    Did I miss some change between the bike you're selling and the 2010? I'm confused . . .
    Nope, just trying to stay on the new bike every season path.

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    Will this bike be good for bike paths?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shreekingeels616
    Will this bike be good for bike paths?
    Seven inches of travel should smooth out the gravel nicely.

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    In all seriousness, frame size?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shreekingeels616
    In all seriousness, frame size?
    Medium

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    seriously medium.

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    mediumly serious.

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    That bike handles mud slides well too!
    This won't hurt a bit...

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    Quote Originally Posted by santaheckler
    That bike handles mud slides well too!
    I thought it was his BUTT that handled the mud slide?

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    Quote Originally Posted by brettf
    mediumly serious.
    This seems like an oxy moran.
    The older I get, the faster I was.





    Punch it, Chewie.

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    No flaming intended, but this thread is further proof that mods have abandoned this forum.
    the drugs made me realize it's not about the drugs

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    Exactly what in this thread requires moderation?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shreekingeels616
    Exactly what in this thread requires moderation?


    Most paid spam threads are locked within the same day, not that I care.... just sayin
    Hell, even WTB threads get locked...

    More power to the seller!
    the drugs made me realize it's not about the drugs

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    Quote Originally Posted by SkaredShtles
    I thought it was his BUTT that handled the mud slide?
    Good point. We both had a case of the Mudbutt!
    This won't hurt a bit...

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    The bike has been well cared for. He won't let it get dirty. JasonB is the one that mad the corner on his ass.

    Later on, he was chasing me down the singletrack on this machine... even after he forgot to add speed and pullup.

    Sliding down porcupine rim from Taylor Shull on Vimeo.

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