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    Show us your Fuji

    Just wondering if anyone wanted to post pictures and specs of their Fuji? I need to get some pictures taken of mine once I get my new brakes installed, but wanted to see what others are riding.

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    Some photos of my Fuji Outland 29RC...



    Pretty stock form still - went w/ a set of Flow 29er rims / King pewter hubs. Threw some Hope floating rotors on - waiting for a silver pair to swap out for the blue.

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    Very nice looking bike.

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    Got my Shimano M575 brakes installed. This is my 05 Outland Pro pretty much stock, replaced the suntour fork with a Rock Shox Reba SL, Tektro Mech brakes with Shimano M575 Hydros. Next to work on is going 1x9 and replacing the rear derailer with at least a Shimano SLX shadow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rdickens48
    Got my Shimano M575 brakes installed. This is my 05 Outland Pro pretty much stock, replaced the suntour fork with a Rock Shox Reba SL, Tektro Mech brakes with Shimano M575 Hydros. Next to work on is going 1x9 and replacing the rear derailer with at least a Shimano SLX shadow.
    Sweet bike - digging the brakeset; very nice. I think I'll keep mine set up as 2x9 - I need those lower gears w/ the big wheels and rear suspension. I have my hardtail set up 1x9 though - also w/ a BBG bashguard(highly recommended).

    Enjoy it...hopefully we'll get some more to join us here.

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    Thanks ncfisherman. The brakes seem to work very well, easy to set up. I have found that I rarely need to drop to the lower front ring, so a 1x9 is going to work well for me. I will look into the BBG bashguard, thanks for the recommendation.

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    My '08 Outland RC build

    Frame came with RS MC3.3 shock
    RS Reba Team U-turn Air w/ remote compression & lockout
    FSA 180 bars
    FSA 150 stem
    WTB Weirwolf Grips Red
    26" RhynoLite w/ Deore hubs
    WTB 2.3 Weirwolf (front)
    WTB 2.3 Stout (rear)
    Juicy 5 brakeset
    Shimano xt M760 mid-cage rapid rise
    Deore XT rapidfire trigger
    Ritchie headset
    GUB 322 saddle (270 grams)
    SRAM PG-980 Cassette 11-34
    Control Tech Team Post 31.6 X 300
    Bontrager 32T 175mm crankset (1x9)
    Crank Bros MalletC pedals
    Lizardskin fork and shock boots & chainstay protector
    >>"Every chance I get!"

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    word up.




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    Here is mine.

    2008 Tahoe Pro 29er frame - custom buildup - but very similar in spec to the OEM.

    Sram X7 F&R Derailleurs
    Sram X7 shifters
    Juicy 7 brakes with Alligator rotors
    Shimano XT 29r wheels tubeless
    Geax Barro Race TNT
    SLX crank
    Manitou Minute fork


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    Nice looking bikes. I wish I could get some action pictures of myself riding.

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    2010 Tahoe SL

    Finally got it. Here it is...
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    Here is mine


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    My '09 SL that I got less than a 3 weeks ago. I bought it new but it was a leftover and got a really good deal on it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by KPHTH
    Finally got it. Here it is...
    Very nice looking. I have not seen a 2010 until now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KPHTH
    Finally got it. Here it is...
    Nice, I am buying one of these Monday. I already picked up a stem, bars, and seatpost.

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    Awesome,

    I'm sure you will love it. I've taken it to some fairly rough back-trails a few times already and it is amazing.

    Good luck

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    I love the 09s too. Awesome color.

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    Paid today -- bike will be at the shop tomorrow, maybe even built by the afternoon. My bars and stem should be here end of week. Too bad I have to travel for work!

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    x-posting a bit here! I picked up my bike (Fuji Tahoe SL 29) yesterday and went out for about 1.5 hours. It was a combination of hard pack, rooty singletrack, and fire roads, a bit of everything. The bike really feels stable. It moves with the trail smoothly and predictably, which is definitely a trait I missed on the 26er I rode on Friday. Other than a few tip overs due to user error, I had a great time! I need to take it to the shop tomorrow for some tweaks, the FD needs some adjustment and the front disc brake rubs. I'm totally glad I pulled the trigger on the bike! I do feel like the handlebars are a bit wide -- it feels like I am steering a boat. I also clipped some trees on narrower sections. I'm 6'1" with narrow shoulders, so it might be worth investigating narrower bars.

    I'm really loving the bike. I have an Easton EC70 flat bar that is narrower in the garage that I'd like to try out, as well as a Toupe to put on there. I found myself wanting to slide back further on the saddle, so I think there's a lot of fit investigation for me to do. I have my roadie dialed and all the numbers recorded, but this is (obviously) a different beast. What a fun bike!

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    The stock bars on the Fuji's are notoriously wide. I'm currently using a 26 1/4 length bar on my Tahoe.

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    I picked up a 23" bar that I might try after riding the bike for a bit. My shoulders are only 17" wide, so the stock bar feels like a school bus.

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    Lovin it!




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    Awesome... Looks familiar... Unfortunately, mine is in for repairs since last week. Seems my shocks are leaking air. Hopefully, once the fork is replaced I will not have any more problems.

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    Yeah, I love it! I have a pile of stuff to swap on to it, and scored a wheelset over the weekend.

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    After 2 weeks in the shop, I'm finally getting my bike back. Fuji is replacing the fork with a new one. Very excited to be riding again!

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