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    DH frames with 135 rear spacing?

    Intense 951 what else?

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    Tranny BS.

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    Intense 951 comes with 150 spacing. You're thinking Socom...? (you can get 150 dropouts for it.)
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    You can get 135 dropouts for the 951, SOCOM and M6 if you want.

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    SuperCo Silencer is the bike. 135 spacing dished to 150
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    04-06 turner dhr's 12mm 135

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    Now question is who runs 135 rear with 83mm BB and how's chainline working for you?
    The reason I'm asking is I do like idea of 951 with 135 but it uses 83BB.
    I used to run tubes like you are, but then I got thorn in my wheel.

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    Orange 224 Evo and 225 (when it arrives).

    As for the chainline... no idea, ask Intense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stalk
    Now question is who runs 135 rear with 83mm BB and how's chainline working for you?
    The reason I'm asking is I do like idea of 951 with 135 but it uses 83BB.
    I'll assume you have a 135 wheel and don't want to lace a new one. I'm not sure about the chain line. I think I would either get the 150 wheel for the 951, or go with a 68/73 bottom bracket DH bike like the blindside or similar. Just my 2 cents.

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    Quote Originally Posted by daisycutter
    Intense 951 what else?
    Intense bikes have interchangeable drop outs for 150 or 135
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    just get a 150 hub
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    I usually go through a rear wheel a year. (East coast is hard on rims) I like to keep everything 135 so I can move wheels between my double, m1 and nomad. Getting a new bike this year looks like a demo 8 or 951

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    I had an Intense M3 with an 83mm BB and 135mm rear spacing, didn't have the first issue.

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    Thanks for the information. It looks like either a 951 or demo 8 as my m1 replacement frame.

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