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    Quote Originally Posted by frango View Post
    Bullcrew, have you got F36 180 with strait steerer on both bikes? (same fork?) If not, did you feel any difference of the stiffness?
    Different forks the old sx was a van 1 1/8 and yes there was some flex. Didn't bother me but it flexed.
    The new sx has a talas tapered and yeah its more stout for sure. I was going to go with a 1 1/8th and do an angleset but after going tapered ill leave it. Definentley stiffer.
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    Nice!

    Any difference in handling between the old frame shape vs. new one?

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    OK finished off the 08 sx trail sold it and got a 2010. Build has started and will be done shortly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bullcrew View Post
    Different forks the old sx was a van 1 1/8 and yes there was some flex. Didn't bother me but it flexed.
    The new sx has a talas tapered and yeah its more stout for sure. I was going to go with a 1 1/8th and do an angleset but after going tapered ill leave it. Definentley stiffer.
    Thx for the info.
    I still can't decide whether take F36 with strait steerer and put angleset on my Glory or tapered steerer and live with 65* HA
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    Quote Originally Posted by iguanabartola View Post
    Nice!

    Any difference in handling between the old frame shape vs. new one?
    Yeah the new one handles hits alot better and is definently more plush. Better small bump and doesn't kick forward when in slams into something.
    More than balanced and. Entered li,e the old one this is exactly what I wanted the old one to ride like, the old one pedalled a little better but not a ton. Fair trade to lose a smkdge on pedaling and make it more dh worthy and capable on chatter especially before a drop or jump.

    Very impressed no wonder they aced the big hit in 2012 and its all about the sx trail.
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    Quote Originally Posted by frango View Post
    Thx for the info.
    I still can't decide whether take F36 with strait steerer and put angleset on my Glory or tapered steerer and live with 65* HA
    Depending on our weight the flex will be more or less a slacker ha will increase this a bit as well.
    That being said the slacker ha is definently a positive for steeps but I did some trail cutting on stuff that was steeper than mt. Baldy and rockier too with the old sx at 65.5 and the chutes are absurd steep with kittyliter gravel with tons of pine needles.
    Handled it like a champ, part f the reason I opted for tapered is 65 isn't a bad thing at all and if I need slack then I'll break out the Sunday its around 63.5
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    Quote Originally Posted by bullcrew View Post
    Depending on our weight the flex will be more or less a slacker ha will increase this a bit as well.
    That being said the slacker ha is definently a positive for steeps but I did some trail cutting on stuff that was steeper than mt. Baldy and rockier too with the old sx at 65.5 and the chutes are absurd steep with kittyliter gravel with tons of pine needles.
    Handled it like a champ, part f the reason I opted for tapered is 65 isn't a bad thing at all and if I need slack then I'll break out the Sunday its around 63.5
    Take into consideration that he is very light and tends to ride light on the bike so flex would probably be minimal while a small glory is really short (shorter than a small v10 for sure) so some extra wheelbase would help it a lot.
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    It seems I have to wait for any info concerning Glory 2013...
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    Good stuff!! Running the same specs on my one and love it.

    When I first got the bike, it was certainly more that what I expected but always wondered if the old ones were the same as the new ones as you can hardly find a second hand one selling here in OZ!!!

    The bike rips, even hitting DH tracks on it and faster that my big DH sled!!! Would be nice to have the 180mm at the back as the new models but can't really justify to the wife another purchase and in all honesty, love the bike the way it is.

    Quote Originally Posted by bullcrew View Post
    Yeah the new one handles hits alot better and is definently more plush. Better small bump and doesn't kick forward when in slams into something.
    More than balanced and. Entered li,e the old one this is exactly what I wanted the old one to ride like, the old one pedalled a little better but not a ton. Fair trade to lose a smkdge on pedaling and make it more dh worthy and capable on chatter especially before a drop or jump.

    Very impressed no wonder they aced the big hit in 2012 and its all about the sx trail.

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    finished this build in may, fell in love with it since. it's my first dh/fr bike and i don't think i could ask for more.

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    ^ that thing looks mint man..
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    Did someone say single crown Blindside,Nomad,Yelli Screamy and Grom
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    The start of my replacement next pic complete

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    Quote Originally Posted by david_satx View Post
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    This looks very similar to my Parker as far as design goes. Is it a four inch bike in the rear?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gtbensley View Post
    This looks very similar to my Parker as far as design goes. Is it a four inch bike in the rear?
    5.5" if I remember correctly
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    What does something like that cost out of curiosity?

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    The Uzzi is SICK!

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    Looking good!

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    Here is my 2010 Uzzi VP. It tips the scale at 32.89Lbs with 950 gram tires. It has recently been replaced by a Tracer 2.

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    My old 2001 Turner is back up and running. Or it was... The bike has a curse of breaking expensive parts on the reg.

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    Quote Originally Posted by davet View Post
    That thing is awesome! I wanted one but they don't make one big enough for me.

    Here is my new toy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by motormonkeyr6 View Post
    My old 2001 Turner is back up and running. Or it was... The bike has a curse of breaking expensive parts on the reg.

    GTFO of here with that cursed machine! BLASPHEMY!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Prettym1k3 View Post
    GTFO of here with that cursed machine! BLASPHEMY!!!!!
    I gotta post some times you know... other wise I feel like a lurker...

    The cursed bike was thrown in the rafters for another 6 months. Then it shall be shredded upon once again. With blown puking Totem, if all the oil hasnt leaked out by then.
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    OK aside of a couple mods its there, btw the large SX trail is not a light frame to work off.

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    that bike looks like such an awesome mini dh/fr bike, bullcrew. nice ride.

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    Bullcrew, why Talas not VAN or Float?
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    Quote Originally Posted by frango View Post
    Bullcrew, why Talas not VAN or Float?
    We pedal a bit and variety of rides so the ability to lower it is helpfull yet be a long travel single crown.

    Feels like a float but adjustable,and I can lower PS I for a plusher ride or up it for more free ride, slam ot for a climb.

    Very diversified fork, if it was exclusively down I'd go van but being its a variety of terrain talas all the way.
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    Nice ride !. Get much trail time yet? pm your impressions vs. the older. I am curious as I just got a 2011 to replace my cracked 08.
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    Quote Originally Posted by clockwork View Post
    Nice ride !. Get much trail time yet? pm your impressions vs. the older. I am curious as I just got a 2011 to replace my cracked 08.
    Yeah got a fair bit so far from ripping to some drops doubles and single track.
    - better small bump by alot
    - doesn't ramp in initial like the old one
    - handles chop better and I like the cornering pocket better. It doesn't chatter or loose line in doll heads like old ones

    The other hand
    - older one pedalled a bit better
    - cornered a smidge better (tighter)
    - jumping is a wash they both do that well

    It is more dh friendly and likes aggressive lines still corners well, had a bit of an issue maualling the new one and wheelies were a bit off. Thought the rear end was crooked lol. Went out the next day and just threw it up, haven't looked back.

    Love the new design.
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    OK swapped for a black one with rc4 and a blackSoto king headset

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    Bullcrew,
    Very nice luxury to have the ability to swap frames so quickly.
    A slight bit of envy coming from me.

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    Jealous... Always wanted the black frame but did not come to Australia.....

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    Here's mine minus some other parts changes/upgrades as this build is mostly from my 08 minus fork and cranks. Going to change out the lines/cables for lime green, a gold chain , gold spank bars and a khs remote sestpost and of course cut the steer tube once I figure out if I can live with the totem. Really want a 180 talas as I am hoping to use it like my 08 as an all around ride

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    I love that SXT... So pretty.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bullcrew View Post
    btw the large SX trail is not a light frame to work off.
    curious, what is the frame weight?

    I love the new SXT, it was down to that and my Uzzi when I was building mine up and that was the previous model SXT. If this generation was out, things may have been different.

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    I think its 10 lbs or so. I have it build pretty BLING and its around 35+ now so not bad but iw was shooting for 33-34. Either way I pedals well and will take a SOLID beating.
    Plus it doesn't hurt to slap a dual crown and go race it.
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    Teeters right at 35 lbs size large so with ti spring it will be mid 34
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    Swapped the Totem to my Nomad and sold my Blindside with the lyrik.
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    One build of my bike.
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    converting to 1x10 and tossing on a chain guide soon

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    Quote Originally Posted by wheiberg View Post
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    converting to 1x10 and tossing on a chain guide soon
    First off, nice bike dude! It is looking very sexy.

    Have you considered MRP 2x guide? I'm using one on Sram X0 and love it as I definitely want to keep the 2 in my 2x10

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    thanks, ehigh. so far I'm loving the bike, still getting the suspension dialed.

    I already have the lopes guide which only supports a 1x10, so I'm curious to see if I have enough hair on my chest for a single chain ring (my guess is that I will end up pushing too much and come to the realization that I really do need a granny )

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    couple updates to the Voltage. Cant say enough about this bike!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wheiberg View Post
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    converting to 1x10 and tossing on a chain guide soon
    Do the sram guide and keep dual rings. I have x0 2x10 on the sx trail and love it. Not gaining anything dh wise by going 1x10 but I can pedal p and still tear it up on the way down.
    Haven't thrown a chain and I beat this like my dh bike no backing off.

    I'm upgrading to the sram 2x10 guide soon enough and acing the gamut hybrid specialized slaps on.
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    2011 Canfield Brothers "THE ONE" And 2010 Canfield Brothers Yelli Screamy

    I have been riding the crap out of my YS and just finished building up my "One" and was hoping to break in but all this dam rain might have to break it in properly and get muddy the first ride
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    Quote Originally Posted by SoCalNomadRider View Post
    2011 Canfield Brothers "THE ONE" And 2010 Canfield Brothers Yelli Screamy

    I have been riding the crap out of my YS and just finished building up my "One" and was hoping to break in but all this dam rain might have to break it in properly and get muddy the first ride
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    Quote Originally Posted by FisherCraig View Post
    Gorgeous man
    Thanks After selling a few other bikes i finally think i am comfortable with my stable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SoCalNomadRider View Post
    Thanks After selling a few other bikes i finally think i am comfortable with my stable.
    I would be
    How do you like the Totem on that puppy? I am thinking about a Totem DH coil for my SXT.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FisherCraig View Post
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    How do you like the Totem on that puppy? I am thinking about a Totem DH coil for my SXT.
    I am hoping to get my first ride in tonight or tomorrow so i have not ran the totem on my ONE yet but i did take it off my Blindside and was very happy with it on there and have no plans on changing it.

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    damn, those are some sexy looking bikes. *drool*

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    1 + socalnomads 1 =2

    A few small changes reverb post avalanche woodie with ti spring and soft spring on hi speed blow off, aced the vivid air and have the woodie as well as double barrel for it and the talas 36 180 as well as ew wc boxxer with avy cart.
    It truly is a do it all bike.



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    1 + socalnomads 1 =2

    A few small changes reverb post avalanche woodie with ti spring and soft spring on hi speed blow off, aced the vivid air and have the woodie as well as double barrel for it and the talas 36 180 as well as ew wc boxxer with avy cart.
    It truly is a do it all bike.



    Raced yesterday with the dual on it and back to single today



    And then found this guy hanging over in pits with Troy, he started asking me about suspension, focus, what tires are best. Man dude asked too many questions you'd think he wants to race or something. Gwin is super cool and amazingly fast (understatement, STUPID FAST)

    Sweet ride! Would love to see that running against Gwinn's all-carbon Trek...

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2_WD View Post
    Sweet ride! Would love to see that running against Gwinn's all-carbon Trek...
    Gwinn could rock a matchstick and win. (Not discrediting his trek it is absolutely amazing)

    Gwinns ride and this are on 2 different levels his is a straight up dh beast at a weight that's dialed. Mines captain privateer!
    Gwinns bike can beat other bikes just by staring them down in the bike rack.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bullcrew View Post
    Gwinns bike can beat other bikes just by staring them down in the bike rack.
    LOL his bike would make the others feel so insecure...

    Where did you run into him?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2_WD View Post
    LOL his bike would make the others feel so insecure...

    Where did you run into him?
    Fontanna, we are all in the same 30 miles here. He rides with a buddy of mine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bullcrew View Post
    Fontanna, we are all in the same 30 miles here. He rides with a buddy of mine.
    Sick!

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    Some of you people may argue that this is a Singe Crown "Beauty", but personally, I like how it looks. My first dh/fr bike. 2006 GT Idrive 7 Ruckus 2.0. Bought as a NOS frame from Nashbar for 100$ and built up from there.



    Parts List:
    Fork: 2005 Marzocchi 66r 150mm
    Rear Shock: Fox Vanilla RC
    Wheelset: Sunline V1dh
    Tires: WTB Weirwolf LT 2.55
    Brakes: Avid bb7 180mmf 160mmr
    Levers: Mismatched, one speed dial 7, one FR5
    Bars: Raceface Diabolus
    Grips: ESI Chunky
    Stem: Azonic Baretta
    Headset: FSA Hammer
    Shifter: Sram x7
    Rear Derailleur: Sram x7
    Cassette: Shimano 12-36t 9 speed.
    Crankset: Raceface Ride AM, with Nashguard and Blackspire blackguard with Blackspire stinger
    Pedals: Nashbar Highlander
    Seatpost: Crank Bros joplin
    Saddle: Gusset R plaid.

    About 41lbs built the way it is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buggyr333 View Post
    Some of you people may argue that this is a Singe Crown "Beauty", but personally, I like how it looks. My first dh/fr bike. 2006 GT Idrive 7 Ruckus 2.0. Bought as a NOS frame from Nashbar for 100$ and built up from there.



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    Rear Shock: Fox Vanilla RC
    Wheelset: Sunline V1dh
    Tires: WTB Weirwolf LT 2.55
    Brakes: Avid bb7 180mmf 160mmr
    Levers: Mismatched, one speed dial 7, one FR5
    Bars: Raceface Diabolus
    Grips: ESI Chunky
    Stem: Azonic Baretta
    Headset: FSA Hammer
    Shifter: Sram x7
    Rear Derailleur: Sram x7
    Cassette: Shimano 12-36t 9 speed.
    Crankset: Raceface Ride AM, with Nashguard and Blackspire blackguard with Blackspire stinger
    Pedals: Nashbar Highlander
    Seatpost: Crank Bros joplin
    Saddle: Gusset R plaid.

    About 41lbs built the way it is.
    Nothing wrong with that there's a guy around here killin it on one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bullcrew View Post
    Sorry but the other thread has a ton of pictures deleted after 20 pages and I used it for reference and ideas....
    So I figured Id start another for the 2010/2011 so I/we can reference it again... Besides it was great seeing all the single crown set ups, I know I tried several different things based on what I saw in that thread...
    So same thing they are obviousley stout forks and we have a new player to the arena this season the fox 36 180mm...

    So if you got a single crown DH/FR bike lets see em!

    Im back with a 2011 66 chassis and Avalanche cartridge in it, figured its great in my bxr WC Id grab the single crown unit for the 66 and LOVE it... WOW what a difference the new bushings and lowers make over 08/09 holy "rhymes with RAP" ....


    Sweet!


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    After seeing so many Canfield One bikes in this thread, I have to wonder if I should buy a new rear shock for my current ride or if I should go the extra few miles and guy the one. It looks like an awesome ride.

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    My coiled BEAST!!!
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    Here's my ride
    2009 Felt Redemption
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    Quote Originally Posted by clockwork View Post
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    Hey clock what's it weigh?

    Nice build btw definently stout. I like it alot.
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    Thanks!. It weighs in @39.5 a bit heavier than its 08 conterpart and heavier than my dh rig but still makes short work of the tech climbs we have here in AZ and destroys the down Square edge performace is worlds above the older style.
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    [QUOTE=clockwork;8811251]Thanks!. It weighs in @39.5 a bit heavier than its 08 conterpart and heavier than my dh rig but still makes short work of the tech climbs we have here in AZ and destroys the down Square edge performace is worlds above the older style.[quote]


    The CANFIELD one comes in at 37 and the Sunday right at 38.1 on the dot they are close but yeah the dual ring dh casing set up goes a long ways when pedalling and hammering down.

    Build looks good, I want to drop weight but I beat my one hard like a dh bike so dh casings are a must and after using the reverb hydraulic post I won't be getting rid of it either.
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    Yeah I recently got the ks950r post and been one of the best investments on my rig even tho it weighs a ton compared to my old thomson. First real ride with it I used it 43 times but man it was good. Yeah 2ply tires are mandatory for aggressive riders doesn't matter if its dh/fr/am all them trails have sharps arse rocks that make short work of single plys.
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    Here my 2012 beauty
    The 2012 Fox 36 180 Float RC2 Fit Kashima with FSA Option headset and Easton Havoc Carbon h-bar are new for oncoming season.
    The weight dropped to 14,80kg (32,63lbs), HA is at about 63,8*, now





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    I suggest to close QR levers before you start riding
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    Quote Originally Posted by frango View Post
    I suggest to close QR levers before you start riding
    Thats a picture from the friend of mine I bought it from. that was actually the first thing I noticed myself

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    Omg thats not a FR bike!? Wtf?

    Shut up if you say that. This bike is hella rad. It jumps as well as my porter, but DHs better. My friends letting me borrow his fox 36 and I'm lending him my DJ fork. Rides way better now!

    Previous owners build
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    with fox 36
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    sorry i got no pics of the standing bike with the 36, only riding. Its too much fun!
    I bought it as a frame only.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gretch View Post
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    Beautiful bike! Love the raw finish against the white!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bowen1911 View Post
    Sweet! Got a side shot of that? Also, I need some new 35s for my truck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moosey View Post
    Omg thats not a FR bike!? Wtf?

    Shut up if you say that. This bike is hella rad. It jumps as well as my porter, but DHs better. My friends letting me borrow his fox 36 and I'm lending him my DJ fork. Rides way better now!

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    sorry i got no pics of the standing bike with the 36, only riding. Its too much fun!
    I bought it as a frame only.
    Nice! Man I would hate to come up short and case that!

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    09 SX Trail 1

    Here is my 09 SX Trail. I put a set of Azonic Outlaws on it, red Jagwire brake lines and a 2012 Fox VanR 36...waiting on a pair of DMR Vault pedals as well.


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    That front brake line should be on the inside of the fork! Cool bike!

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    Quote Originally Posted by socalMX View Post
    That front brake line should be on the inside of the fork! Cool bike!
    thanks!!! Yeah we realized that after we hooked up the front brakes haha. Will have it changed before I go shred this friday.

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    Some updates to my Nomad!
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    Nice looking Nomad..

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    man these bikes are sick.

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    My one true love, 2012 Specialized SX Trail with a RockShox Totem.
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    Quote Originally Posted by socalMX View Post
    Sweet! Got a side shot of that? Also, I need some new 35s for my truck!

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    Some updates to my Nomad!
    The blue and white color complement nicely!

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