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    Quote Originally Posted by thedubsack85 View Post
    YES! I have a 98 Vlink 3.2 that im starting to rebuild, My oldest bro has the carbon vlink pro with full XTR and has loved it since he bought it new!! Im about to pickup an 05 DBR super sl on Ebay for a steal! (i hope)
    How about that V-Link build or the SL? Any photos?

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    Ascent ex Pics coming soon -.-

    Here is mine my Dad helped me get it at bicycle land in 1993 it was 399 or 60$ a month and whats the craziest thing is the bike shop only sent 1 notice for 60$ they never sent more.I got it cause at that time apart from loving bikes i loved Drugs im sober now but the purple fade to black reminded me off Purple haze fading into the night sky lol

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    Thats how it originally looked thats someone elses bike but mine looked exactly like that in 1993 this is how it looks now lol





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    Hi, guys. This is my 1993 Axis TT. I got the frame in last July in mint condition. So here it is:

    Seatpost and custom made Ti forks come from XACD
    Titanium bars and stem come from Amaro.
    XTR derauilleurs and 12-34 casette.
    XTR shifters.
    XTR cranks matched to Specialites TA 40-26 rings.
    Chris King Ti headset, Chris King bottle cages.
    SLR kit carbon saddle and Avid Ultimate brakes.
    Wheels are custom made and come from www.kibikes.com (No Tubes rims, Chris King classic hubs and 2.0 mm Marwi titanium spokes).
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    Wow! Where have I seen it before? Great bike!!!

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    Nice to see another DB from 1993

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    Here is my Response Sport, this is my everyday trail bike. few upgrades here and there, needs a new fork and wheels!

    Pricepoint has a killer deal on 2011 Hayes Stroker Trail brakes, so this hardtail is getting them

    If anyone wants the old tektro mechanical disk brakes off this bike they can have them if they pay for shipping!
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    Still on training wheels

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    here is my response sport with new RockShox XC 32 front fork, I blew the seals out of the stock Spinner fork. Cant wait to get some more upgrades!
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    Since this is a diamondback forum I thought I would ask here. I want to buy a mountain bike, I have never ridden on trails so this would be my first mountain bike. I saw this one for 200 is this good?
    BrandDiamondback
    Bicycle Type Mountain bike, front suspension
    Frame Construction TIG-welded
    Frame Tubing Material 6061 T6 aluminum w/replaceable derailleur hanger
    Fork Brand & Model Rock Shox Judy TT, 100mm travel
    Fork Material Aluminum/magnesium, single crown
    Component Group Shimano Deore LX
    Brakeset Shimano BR-M475 Mechanical Disc brakes, Shimano Deore LX levers
    Shift Levers Shimano Deore LX
    Front Derailleur Shimano Deore LX, top-pull/clamp-on 31.8mm
    Rear Derailleur Shimano Deore LX
    Crankset Shimano FC-M572, 22/32/44 teeth
    Pedals Resin body/aluminum cage w/clips & straps
    Bottom Bracket Shimano BB-ES30, 111mm spindle
    BB Shell Width 68mm English
    Rear Cogs 9-speed, 11 - 32 teeth
    Chain SRAM PC-49, 1/2 x 3/32"
    Seatpost Aluminum micro-adjust, 27.2mm diameter
    Saddle Avenir ATB SS
    Handlebar Aluminum, 1" rise
    Handlebar Stem Aluminum Ahead type
    Headset 1 1/8" integrated Tien Hsin No.10 ZST
    Hubs Shimano HB-M475
    Rims Alex AL-DM18, 32-hole
    Tires 26 x 2.10" WTB VelociRaptor
    Spoke Brand Stainless steel, 14ga. (2.0mm) straight gauge

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    What's the model and year?

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    Quote Originally Posted by r6miatmx5 View Post
    Since this is a diamondback forum I thought I would ask here. I want to buy a mountain bike, I have never ridden on trails so this would be my first mountain bike. I saw this one for 200 is this good?
    Looks like it's a 2003 Topanga Comp Disc

    Here's a link to specs (appear to be the same): BikePedia - 2003 diamondback Topanga Comp Disc Complete Bicycle

    Price is hard to say - $200 is a fairly big percentage of the original $549 price considering it's eight or nine years old. That being said, it may not be a bad deal for an LX-level bike with mechanical discs if it's in really good condition.

    1) Make sure the frame doesn't have cracks or major dents. Cracks are usually spotted around the welded joints.

    2) Make sure the fork is working well (smooth operation through full travel, adjustments work and feel like that make a difference, etc). Note: The fork is the most outdated item on that bike, but is likely fine for entry-level cross country riding. If you have to replace the fork, though, you'll spend more than the price of the bike if new, or you'll need to do some searching for a good, used one.

    3) Make sure the hubs, bottom bracket and headset are smooth and free of play and that the wheels are reasonably true (no large hops/jumps/rim dents/broken spokes).

    4) Very important - make sure the bike fits you! Search online for guidelines and make sure it feels good to you.

    If you don't work on bikes and don't want to learn, you should seriously consider having a shop check it out. You'll pay a small fee for this, but it's worth it.

    With all that done, I'd offer less - maybe $150, but, again, condition matters. If the owner has recently had it serviced and has a shop contact, that paperwork is worth a lot to you...

    At $150 and with no recent evidence of work done, don't be surprised if you need some or all expendables: cables, brake pads, chain and cassette.

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    2010 Diamondback Mission 1


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    Cool shot & bike ^^^ the effect looks slightly tilt / shift like !

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    This is my $100 lady. 2010 Diamondback Sorrento Sport. Got her off of Craigslist from a guy who never rode her and let her sit in the garage for two years. She still had the price tags. She's all stock. The only thing I've done so far is take off the reflectors.

    I don't plan on crazy upgrades. I'm just planning on getting new handle bars, seat post, saddle and peddles. Since she is my first, I plan to learn and exercise off of her. Then when I know more of what I want and what I'm doing I'll upgrade to something different (maybe).
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    Actually selling my diamondback.



    Mods as follows:

    Manitou Tower Expert Fork 2012
    Truvativ Stylo Crankset 3x9
    Velocity Blunt Tubeless Wheels
    Shimano XT Hubs
    Michelin XC AT Tubless Tires
    Shimano M520 Pedals
    Sram X7 Rear Derailleur
    SRAM 9 Speed Cassette (not sure which cassette I bought)
    SRAM 9 Speed Chain (also, not sure which chain I bought)
    Bontrager RL Saddle

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    How much are you selling it for?

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    My boy on his '09 Recoil Comp

    08 D'back Response SC
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    11 D'back Overdrive 29'er

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    Quote Originally Posted by ABS0LUTEric View Post
    post some more pics of the jeep




    Jeep is Sold

    Got a Mazda Now


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    2012 Overdrive V I got in a weird deal for next to nothing, decided I am going to make it my super light cross country bike so pretty much will only be using the frame. This is my first 29er

    I have a bunch of parts going into it that have been laying around, will be all EA70 stuff, X.0 shifters, x.9 der. The stock wolverine tires look nice, just need to find a nice light set of disk wheels.
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    nice frame color!
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    Good choice on the Overdrive. I love them. I have two, one setup as a 1X9, and one as a single speed. All of them have had everything upgraded except the frame.

    I think those tires are wire bead though, so you could probably save some more weight by getting a set of kevlar bead tires.

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    Jealous, that is a sweet looking bike!

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    my new to me Overdrive


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    MY new baby 2nd DB ever!!!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by socalkev View Post
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