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    gOOd call Shawn. It's a 21" How do you like your 530 ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JRA009 View Post
    gOOd call Shawn. It's a 21" How do you like your 530 ?
    The 530 s a great bike. Actually, I would like to sell it, I just don't ride it enough.

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    been lurkn... heres my fury, just got new arch ex's and 1x10 conv

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    crap need 10 post

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    Quote Originally Posted by TugboatComplex View Post
    crap need 10 post
    got it....heres my fury, just got new arch ex's and 1x10 conv


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    I got rid of my San Andreas a couple years ago that I wish I never did.



    And came across this bad boy a couple months ago and I couldn't pass it up.



    Then spent the last couple days refinishing the frame/swingarm and now I think its looks so much better. Man... I love this bike!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bunk216 View Post
    I got rid of my San Andreas a couple years ago that I wish I never did.



    And came across this bad boy a couple months ago and I couldn't pass it up.



    Then spent the last couple days refinishing the frame/swingarm and now I think its looks so much better. Man... I love this bike!

    dope bike brazsh

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    Zen

    Got this frame straight from MC 2 years ago. Fun bike


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    ^ Very nice! Check out more info here: http://www.facebook.com/groups/ClubMountainCycle/

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    Looking for some insight

    Recently had a distant family member pass away and I am helping sell off his stuff. Seeing if anyone could tell me the name of this bike or its worth.
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    It's a pretty early Shockwave. You would get more for it if you part it out. If you don't get more answers here go to my FB group and ask. But please always use MTBR for all your other MTB needs.

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    + new frame...

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    I've seen a shot posted of your San An posted before Donny as I remember asking about those forks and I got to tell you that yours is among my favorite rides, very well conceived and executed build

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    I do love those forks. They make for a really agile ride...

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    just waiting for a front brake and a couple other bits.. it should be done this week.. took it out for a spin round town in the pissin rain.
    all parts apart from forks was hand me downs donated from my Ibis,that has just had lots of upgrades

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    Hello everybody, this is the last evolution of my MC Rumble : tubeless, Sektor Solo air and a Reverb



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    Nice!

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    Scored this one off an Ebayer in California, and had it shipped back to Melbourne, Australia.
    The listing stated immaculate condition and the seller was true to his word. This thing is like showroom new; not one scratch.
    I've always wanted one of these things in my earlier years, so I'm stoked to be able to call this one mine.


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    That is nice. Actually, very nice. Hope you enjoy it.

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    Cheers.
    I'm finding there's a very small, niggling play in there somewhere, maybe the subframe?
    Just need to iron out any issues like that before taking it on any decent ride.

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    ^ Shock reducers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mountain Cycle Shawn View Post
    ^ Shock reducers.
    Hi Shawn, could you elaborate on this? Really not clued in on MC ownership just yet.

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    Your shock has bushings pressed into the two shock eyes or mount holes. Then there are reducers in those bushings. Those can be pulled out by hand. The reducers are how shocks are fitted to different frames. The reducers and/or bushings can become worn and then you develop some play. Also the mounting bolts can become worn or bent a little and cause some play. I would change the two mount bolts first. Take them down to a hardware store and match them up. Get the best grade that they have, they are pretty inexpensive. If that doesn't fix it take a look at the reducers, they can become worn or ovalized. You can get these on Ebay, if you know what size you need. If that doesn't work then go to the bushings. They will have to be sent out to be pressed out and new ones pressed in. If you have to change them, I would look for a new or a good used shock. There are much better shocks out there compared to those old Stratos shocks.

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    Ah, got cha!
    Thanks for the detailed reply. Much appreciated.
    Will let you know how I go with the fix.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lordmike View Post
    Ah, got cha!
    Thanks for the detailed reply. Much appreciated.
    Will let you know how I go with the fix.
    Another thing, be really careful with those double clamp forks. It only takes a slight fall for the forks to push the sides of the main frame in. I had to learn that the hard way, and it's not a good feeling when it happens. If it were me, I would put a 6.5" x 1.5" shock on it. That will give you 4.5" of travel. Then I would put a 120 to 130mm fork on it. Anymore travel then that and the bottom bracket gets to high, the seat gets to high and the wheelbase shortens up and it becomes hard to ride. The San Andreas was originally designed for even less travel then what I suggested. It just doesn't work very well with long travel. And it will end up being a lot lighter.

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    One more thing: You'll want to buy a grease injector. Its a thing that screws to the top of a tube of grease. It has a sharp end where the grease comes out and a plunger to push the grease. You can take one of the black caps off off the main pivot shaft and stick the injector in and inject grease in till it starts coming out of the pivot. I would do that before you ride it. It looks like it really hasn't been used and it could be kinda dry.

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    After 7 years riding, this is the end... RIP MC Rumble... :-(



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    ss'd, chubby tired, rigid, murdered rumble.
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    If you dont want that rumble I will take it, I can fix it.

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    San Andreas

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    Post Your Mountain Cycle

    Took some pics of my finished Mountain Cycle Rumble, dead birds, arteries and veins...











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    Just got a 9.5
    Its nearly Built, here is a teaser. its got a new shock coming, bolt through rear wheel/dropouts,working on dome Decals
    will update these pics when its all done




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    Post Your Mountain Cycle-rrrumble50.jpg

    '04 Rumble, rawed, 69'ed, 1x8, half disk/half V. Parts range from late 90's to current. It's a great ride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rumblytumbly View Post
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    '04 Rumble, rawed, 69'ed, 1x8, half disk/half V. Parts range from late 90's to current. It's a great ride.
    That looks really neat as a 69r. Love the saddle too
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    ^ Does it have any toe overlap?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mountain Cycle Shawn View Post
    ^ Does it have any toe overlap?
    No, actualy. With citizen shoes around town some potential but with spd's never a problem. Was worried but lucked out on the build.

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    @donny70 Danged a thing of beauty. Nice job.

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    ^ It's very cool!

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    MC Fury

    here is my MC Fury.

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    Nice!!

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    Post Your Mountain Cycle-img_0986.jpgPost Your Mountain Cycle-img_0988.jpgI have a San Andreas, Battery and now a tremor F-1, should be fun for a wile.

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    My (new to me) Battery. This is my trail setup. Also have a DH wheelset ready to go for when i hit the resorts this summer.
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    Post Your Mountain Cycle-img_1143.jpgmy 3rd MC

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    Right on!

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    hello proto

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    Anyone else need a Battery frame or complete ?

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    My FRumble. Needed to replace my fork and was sick of dealing with the maintenance and cost. So I found a compromise!

    It's not a shock but it does smooth out all the trail chatter and is cushy for landing




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    Quote Originally Posted by jmmorath View Post
    my frumble. Needed to replace my fork and was sick of dealing with the maintenance and cost. So i found a compromise!

    It's not a shock but it does smooth out all the trail chatter and is cushy for landing



    i love it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MMcG View Post
    i love it!
    Thanks! This week I dialed it in by putting on a 80mm stem instead of the 50mm and I got a 2.6" wide tire in the rear.

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    that moho road wouldnt be for sale , would it be sir ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rooroo4u View Post
    that moho road wouldnt be for sale , would it be sir ?
    What Road? Did I miss something!

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    My battery, as built, and a more recent shot.



    Changes from original build: rotors (swapped the air rotors for xt), dropper seat post and the levers, cos I busted them against a tree.

    Sent from my XT1072 using Tapatalk

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    If you're gonna bump, do it with a pichers, man!




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    not sure if i posted this before. "im sure i didnt"
    got the frame last year. has a shorter stem now

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    My build

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    A more recent shot

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    Gone are the Ashima AirRotors (in favor of XT RT76) and the Cane Creek levers (busted against a tree so I now have Avid Dial 7). Moved to a dropper seat post, too.

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    Brought back to life recently....2003 SliX out in the wild the other day...




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    Nice!

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    What year is my newly acquired San Andreas?

    I am guessing it is a 97' the hand etched serial number is 23397.
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    Quote Originally Posted by justinian36 View Post
    I am guessing it is a 97' the hand etched serial number is 23397.
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    With that number and upper shock mount type, it's probably more like 2000 to 2002.

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    Chrome powder coat, repro decals.
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    Very nice build!

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    Here is my mountain cycle fury:

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