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    Terrain Destroyer Junior?

    Terrain Destroyer Junior my little guy has been begging for his own "fat bike" since I picked up the moonlander. He should be ready for a 20" bike come spring time. Or are there other fattish options?

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    i think they might owe Yahuda Moon some money for that one....

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    I considered that beast but decided against it...I'm in the process of building my 5yr old son an XS 907 for Christmas...He was able to pedal around my wife's S 907 standing up so I figured with some modifications I think I can get the XS to work...Will post up some pics when its done...

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    Terrain Destroyer Junior my little guy has been begging for his own "fat bike" since I picked up the moonlander. He should be ready for a 20" bike come spring time. Or are there other fattish options?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sevenz View Post
    I considered that beast but decided against it...I'm in the process of building my 5yr old son an XS 907 for Christmas...He was able to pedal around my wife's S 907 standing up so I figured with some modifications I think I can get the XS to work...Will post up some pics when its done...
    I was thinking about this today for my 8 year old son. He wants to go off road and his mini won't cut it.
    So 907 has the smallest frame?

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    907, Pugsley, and Mukluk all come in XS but the lowest standover of the 3 is the 907 @ 24"...

    Quote Originally Posted by bighit View Post
    I was thinking about this today for my 8 year old son. He wants to go off road and his mini won't cut it.
    So 907 has the smallest frame?

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    Cant wait to see the build to see what you come up with.

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