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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.

    <table style="width:auto;"><tr><td><a href="http://picasaweb.google.com/lh/photo/lgAFeaWtvP3FgwNXVvo4iw?feat=embedwebsite"><img src="http://lh3.ggpht.com/_wcypQZvF1Us/S5CqGDWqbyI/AAAAAAAABqE/c57JUIjDoJI/s288/IMG_0851.JPG" /></a></td></tr><tr><td style="font-family:arial,sans-serif; font-size:11px; text-align:right">From <a href="http://picasaweb.google.com/Randy.W.Dickens/Mis?feat=embedwebsite">Mis</a></td></tr></table>

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    <table style="width:auto;"><tr><td><a href="http://picasaweb.google.com/lh/photo/YFFfIHv_k4ZacIWylPoAeA?feat=embedwebsite"><img src="http://lh6.ggpht.com/_wcypQZvF1Us/S5CqHvXnZTI/AAAAAAAABqM/D1hdilulMmY/s288/IMG_0853.JPG" /></a></td></tr><tr><td style="font-family:arial,sans-serif; font-size:11px; text-align:right">From <a href="http://picasaweb.google.com/Randy.W.Dickens/Mis?feat=embedwebsite">Mis</a></td></tr></table>

    <table style="width:auto;"><tr><td><a href="http://picasaweb.google.com/lh/photo/n6WJ4CoNurPUh0kyK6-ZRw?feat=embedwebsite"><img src="http://lh3.ggpht.com/_wcypQZvF1Us/S5CqIJBGeiI/AAAAAAAABqQ/snNQ-bgCrVs/s288/IMG_0854.JPG" /></a></td></tr><tr><td style="font-family:arial,sans-serif; font-size:11px; text-align:right">From <a href="http://picasaweb.google.com/Randy.W.Dickens/Mis?feat=embedwebsite">Mis</a></td></tr></table>

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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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    Quote Originally Posted by frdfandc
    The stock bars on the Fuji's are notoriously wide. I'm currently using a 26 1/4 length bar on my Tahoe.
    I'm glad somebody else mentioned this. I cut the bars down on my Tahoe a few months back.

    Here it is:


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    And now for the cheapest Fuji in this thread





    My 200$ Fuji Nevada 5.0, Performance bike exclusive, after some upgrades, which include:

    Marzocchi 22r Fork
    Truvitive AKA stem
    Truvitive Stylo flat bar
    Diamondback BMX pedals
    WTB Mutano Raptor 26x2.24 tires
    Unnamed Shimano Crankset (48,38,28)
    Profile Design Bar Ends
    Shimano Deore derailleurs
    United saddle
    Sette Ryde 45mm travel suspension seatpost
    Unnamed Shimano brakeshifts
    WTB 4front clamp on grips
    Shimano un54 bottom bracket

    Wheels, brakes, and headset are still OEM, but i'll switch em out eventually

    Oh and here's a good picture a few crashes ago.

    That's when I learned you can't do dirt jumping on a bottom end Suntour 50mm travel fork.
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    2007 Outland

    Got this one used in pretty good shape. It only needed tightening some bolts, a few adjustments, and getting rid of the rear suspension squeaks (rear pivots don't use bearings). It's a 2007 model as best as I can tell, all stock except for the M520 pedals, Mutano Raptors, locking grips, etrex gps mount, and deaf-hiker bell.
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    My 08 tahoe pro

    So here is my 08 Fuji Tahoe pro that is far from stock. I shaved almost 6lbs off the stock weight by replacing more than half of the components. weight as pictured 25.6lbs

    Fox F29 with the Gary Fisher G2 geometry
    FSA Carbon fiber Crank set, stem, seatpost, and riser handlebar
    Avid Juciy seven with 185mm rotors
    Full Sram X7
    Crank Brothers mallet pedals

    So thats it for now but she is about to embark on a journey to become two bikes. I am going to strip her to build a new 07 Voodoo Canzo and then i am going to take the frame and build a ridged belt drive cruiser. I will keep you all posted with the builds as they evolve.






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    My race bike.

    Here is my first Fuji build.
    08 Mt. Fuji Pro carbon frame
    SID WC fork 100mm w/poploc remote
    Thomson stem and post Fizik Gobi saddle
    Hayes Carbon brakes
    Noir CF bar, and single cranks
    Crossmax SLR wheels
    XO rear and shifter
    22lbs with platform pedals.
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    Did you buy this built, or did you build it up yourself? How much was the frame? You have a sweet bike.

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    Thanks,I bought the frame(550.00) and built the bike. The only bike I didn't build was my Reveal 1.0 it was perfect out of the box. I have a buddy at performance who spoke with Advanced Sports(who own Fuji) and here is the trick. You can buy last years warrentee frames from them. I just finished two 09 Tahoe 29er SL builds one is a rigid SS and the other is a runs a 100mm reba XX front. I'll post some pics of the rigid, but the other bike is on loan to my brother's girlfriend down for the summer. I have several Fuji mountain and road bikes, I've always loved their quality and how many companies warrentee their carbon frames for life?
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    Here is a pic of my newly built 09 Tahoe 29er SL.
    Thomson stem and post Fizik Tundra saddle.
    Fifteen G 32t cranks and BB and Blackspire tensioner.
    Carbon King Bars(Ritchey with diff. name)
    Hayes Stroker Ryde brakes.
    Wheels are Chub hubs front and rear with Stan's ZTR Flow rims.
    18t White Industries freewheel.
    Wellgo MG-1 platforms.
    22lbs

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    So did you go straight to Advanced sports for the frame, or did you go through performance? These frames come without forks right? $550 is a good deal for a carbon frame. Also are these frames warranty repairs?

    Thanks for the info.

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    I called advanced but Performance was the one who actually ordered the frame. The frame was without a fork and it was a brand new frame. They are called warranty frames because they are extra stock which they replace frames with warranty issues.

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    My road bike to train for XC. Bought stock 2003 Fuji Thrill on Craig for $75. bought all other parts on ebay for total of about $400

    Fuji Thrill frame. 1x9 setup, all xtr components, ridgid forks, rival cranks. 21.4lb


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    Nice looking Fujis, here's a shot of mine on this morning's ride:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mtn-Rider
    Nice looking Fujis, here's a shot of mine on this morning's ride:
    Nice photo, Mtn-Rider.

    Where are the DSR's hiding?

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    Well I guess I'll be the first to post a pic of my just acquired Thrill LT
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    Help with model year of this Tahoe

    Hi, I was browsing through the local adds and found this tahoe and want to go and check it out. Im fairly new to all MTB stuff so Im not sure what year is thi one. They listed it for $300. I want to know the year so I can search it and verify the price. I think is a good deal but want to make sure. What do you think?? see attached photo
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    Quote Originally Posted by Carlosjrf
    Hi, I was browsing through the local adds and found this tahoe and want to go and check it out. Im fairly new to all MTB stuff so Im not sure what year is thi one. They listed it for $300. I want to know the year so I can search it and verify the price. I think is a good deal but want to make sure. What do you think?? see attached photo
    The picture is a bit small. Hard to see what the condition is. Are you able to list the components it has?

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    Here's mine, pedals not installed in this pic.

    No compromise.

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    My 09 Outland at Jackrabbit:

    Great XC bike, and I got it at an amazing price. Really climbs well. It's got a King BB and SLX cranks. The fork is not stock (Black Platinum)

    Since this pic, I have ditched the wheel/tire combo after the front taco'd at 20mph and almost killed me.
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    Just wanted to add a picture of the bike with my Easton ML XCs on it. Thinking of getting the Easton XC One wheelset for XC riding and reserving the 719s for trail riding and maybe swapping my XTs for X-0 grip shifters and rear d. So glad I picked this one up.

    No compromise.

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    2008 Fuji Reveal 2.0

    Mods are:
    XT 165mm arms
    2009 FOX TALAS R
    Specialized Purgatory 2.4 UST Front and Rear
    Truvativ 40mm DH stem
    Just took her to Northstar last week and she is a beast(and for sale)!



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    Here is my freshly rebuilt Fuji tahoe pro 29er with my custom belt drive conversion. I machined a 6061 aluminum coupler, split the frame, welded it in, reheat treated the frame, and powdercoated it. 21 lbs with crappy wheelset, new wheels should shave almost 2lbs off.

    08 Fuji Tahoe 29er pro frame with custom 6061 splice for belt install, powdercoated white
    Nuke proof Carbon rigid fork
    Matrix Carbon bar stem combo
    ESI grips
    Avid Juicy 5 brakes with 160mm rotors
    Crank creek headset
    FSA v-drive cranks powdercoated white
    FSA carbon seatpost
    FSA mega exo BB
    Crankbrothers mallett pedals
    Gates 46/24 cogs, 118T belt
    WTB lazerdisc rims laced to Fuji hubs
    Kenda small block 8 tires
    Custom 6061 aluminum belt retainer ring











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    ^^^Dats alot of work for some "uniqueness." Shes a beaut!

    Nice smiley sig BTW.
    I'm a ******bag in real life so I dont have to be one on the interwebz.

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    Thanks Koppuh

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    No problem.

    Quote Originally Posted by morgan-tec
    Thanks Koppuh
    I just read the review of the "new" Gates system. Just like Murhpy's Law to rain on your parade. Oh well, its not likely that youre gonna see many drivetrains like that around.

    Now that I think about it I wonder how they got it on their test rig. Ima have to read it again. Have fun on that thing and be prepared to explain the process you went through to everybody on the trail.
    I'm a ******bag in real life so I dont have to be one on the interwebz.

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    2005 Mt Fuji

    2005 Mt Fuju Pro
    X9 PP Build Kit
    Tora 302
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    Morgan, that is a sweet looking bike you got. I want to powder coat my frame white, just not sure how the local powder coat company will do. Where did you get the fuji sticker?

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    Hi Fuji bikers,

    I am a Spec rider but wish to use a 2007 Mt. Fuji frame as basis for a lightweight XC racer.
    The seller does not know much about the frame. Your support will be much appreciated.




    thanks

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    It's my Thrill
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    Maiden voyage: Fuji Nevada 1.0

    Hello, everyone. This is my first post to the forum. I first found the forum while shopping for my first mountain bike, which I purchased just this week, a Fuji Nevada 1.0. I got quite a lot out of the forum and the reviews.

    I took my new bike out to the mountains last night for its maiden voyage and was thrilled. The trail I've found is ideal for a beginner. I had such a great time but no one with whom to share my enthusiasm.

    I've attached a photo from last night's ride - at least I think I have.
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    I have an older Fuji Panic I picked up used to start riding again, other than the fork I really like it!!


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    2007 Fuji Outland with some upgrades:

    Rockshox Dual-Air Reba Race fork
    Hayes hydraulic brakes
    Bontrager crankset
    Shimano M565 wheels
    Full-length shifter housings
    On 4th chain this year

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    I had some spare parts so I took it and build bike for road rides... my primary bike for offroad is Specialized Stumpjumper FSR...

    this one probably won't see any mud

    frame - Fuji Tahoe SL, 20.5'' - 2010
    fork - Rock Shox Dart One, 100mm
    front derailleur - Shimano Alivio
    rear derailleur - Sram SX.5
    crankset - Shimano Deore Octalink FC-M470
    shifters - Sram X.9 Gripshift
    tyres - Rubena V.58 Cobra, slick 26x1,90
    rims - Mach1 XC-Type
    spokes - DT Swiss
    hubs - Shimano M475, 6 bolt disc
    brakes - Avid Juicy 3
    disc - Shimano Deore 160mm/160mm, 6 bolt
    cassette - Sram PG 970
    chain - Sram PC 971
    stem - Pivit 100mm, 31.8mm
    handlebar - Truvativ XR 640mm wide, 35mmrise, 31.8mm clamp
    bidon carrier - XLC carbon
    seat - Velo
    cyclocomputer - VDO Dayton
    pedals - BBB, SPD/flat







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    Wow! You guys have amazing good looking bikes!

    Here is my Fuji Nevada 1.0 2009 with some upgrades:
    SiD RLT 2011
    SRAM X7 Groupset
    Avid Elixir R Brakeset




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    -stock 2003 fuji sunfire

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    My Fujis

    Here they are, its a really bad picture but I havent had a real camera since my apartment got broke into (they didnt take my bikes). Fuji DSR 2.0 mountain bike and Fuji Team road bike behind it.
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    ok, haven't had time to take any good pics. Only had it about a week now. Took it out on the trails last weekend and loved it. Planning on going again this weekend. Got a silence on the phone from my bro when I told him I bought a Fuji (he has two specialized), but I love it. Love the fact it's not a main stream brand for MTB. I sent him a picture of the bike and now he agrees with me once he saw the components.

    Here she is....
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    My Stock 2010 Fuji Nevada !.0



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    Cool bro. Looks like you are enjoying your Nevada!
    No compromise.

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    Yeah just went out for the first time this season and got a wake up call haha time to get back into shape after a hard iowa winter

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    not good pics of the bike, but here is my fuji on my last ride. (Mt Fuji Pro - C4 carbon frame)




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    2003 Thrill (90% complete)

    This is mine...still needing to upgrade seatpost, handlebar, new grips, and rear wheel (which is on backorder). Right now it weighs in at 24 lbs. That rear wheel is a beast.
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    Fuji Thrill hardtail SS

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    [QUOTE=Misak]I had some spare parts so I took it and build bike for road rides... my primary bike for offroad is Specialized Stumpjumper FSR...

    this one probably won't see any mud

    frame - Fuji Tahoe SL, 20.5'' - 2010
    fork - Rock Shox Dart One, 100mm
    front derailleur - Shimano Alivio
    rear derailleur - Sram SX.5
    crankset - Shimano Deore Octalink FC-M470
    shifters - Sram X.9 Gripshift
    tyres - Rubena V.58 Cobra, slick 26x1,90
    rims - Mach1 XC-Type
    spokes - DT Swiss
    hubs - Shimano M475, 6 bolt disc
    brakes - Avid Juicy 3
    disc - Shimano Deore 160mm/160mm, 6 bolt
    cassette - Sram PG 970
    chain - Sram PC 971
    stem - Pivit 100mm, 31.8mm
    handlebar - Truvativ XR 640mm wide, 35mmrise, 31.8mm clamp
    bidon carrier - XLC carbon
    seat - Velo
    cyclocomputer - VDO Dayton
    pedals - BBB, SPD/flat

    I have this frame too. Do you find that the paint chips off easily? I run Velociraptor tyres on the rear and they must fling small rocks up and chip the paint. The paint seems to flake off easily.

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    ^ Where's the rest of the bike?
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    Quote Originally Posted by SpringBranchSingleSpeedy
    ^ Where's the rest of the bike?
    Should've looked harder before posting that one...
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    Fuji 29er Tahoe Pro 09'
    Bone stock except my sweet water bottle holder not in the pic

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    Just bought, less than an hour ago!

    "New" 2009 (never sold) Fuji Outland Pro, can't WAIT to go play on it!!
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    Dang this is a real active forum! LOL

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    Like the Thrills

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    2010 Reveal 3.0
    Swapped
    Fuji bars for Bontrager race lite
    Tora 302 for Recon 351 w/ alum. steer tube
    Deore brakes for XT
    Conti Speed King 2.3 for WTB Bronson 2.3
    Shimano HG-50 cassette for Sram 980
    Waiting for Widgit chainring for 1x9
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    Bought this 2007 Fuji Tahoe SL XC Race Frame with a few parts for STUPID cheap. LOVE this bike so far!

    This is a 15" and the geometry is amazing, with a 5' 2" rider finding my second bike wasn't easy.

    Marzocchi Corsa Micro Ti 100m XC fork (RLO)
    Alex Rims/Speed King 2.2 tires (came with)
    Fuji Handbars (Came with)
    ODI Ruffian Grips
    FSA 170 mm crankset
    Purple flat pedals
    SRAM mixed components x.7/x.9
    Avid Juicy Threes 7" FR 6" Rear
    Selle San Marco Saddle

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    Just picked this up Friday to add to my stable (was being built at my lbs):

    2011 Fuji Outland 2.0 29er (after my first ride on it so its dirty):
    All stock
    Tie two birds together and though they have four wings, they cannot fly!

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    I have been looking at those outlander 29ers since they came out let me know how it works for you they have a great look too. Do you know what the weight is on it?

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    I dont have a way of weighing it right now, but its lighter than my Teocali (26") by the feel of it. I rode 16 miles today for its first ride and I like it a lot. I am an upgrading kind of guy and will be upgrading the drive train. It works fine, but I like the quicker shifting of the X0 components on my teocali. Right now the Fork and Shock on this 2.0 I am not liking much. The rear feels good, but I keep bottoming it out (the indicator ring goes all the way to the end) and I last pumped in just shy of 200psi and the sag is at 1/4 travel at 150psi. I do weight over 220 so this might have something to do with it, but my teocali stock shock works perfect at about 150psi. The fork uses a spring instead of air, and it is noisy (squeeky) during the compression strokes. The only other thing I can complain about (minor) is the pivot point on the top tube by the seat post. This sticks out and I end up rubbing my legs on either side at times which is annoying and seems to be a bad location. I dont constantly rub it, but I do at times and can get the area of my leg semi raw feeling and red. This is probably me just needing to get use to it (like the flat handle bar). Most of this is me nit picking, as the bike rode awesome. Its my first ride on a 29er also, and seemed to make the whole day easier (not my goal though as I am looking for a workout). Climbed very well, rode fast well, sucked the bumps up, etc... I am definately happy with it and looking forward to upgrading some stuff. I give it a
    Tie two birds together and though they have four wings, they cannot fly!

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    Sounds good I was looking at the 1.0 But was disappointed they don't have a reba fork and that they don't have sram anymore.

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    I agree. Get the 2.0 and use the extra $$$ to upgrade to what you want.
    Tie two birds together and though they have four wings, they cannot fly!

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    Hello, I'm new to this forum and thought I'd make my first post in this thread since it happens
    to be a Fuji I'm riding. Actually I was riding my old Trek ZX7000 quite regularly in the end
    of the 90's, but after getting injured and for the moment not being able to practice my long
    distance running I decided to take up the mountain biking for exercise, and for fun of course.


    This called for a new bike, and after some investigating I decided to get a 2011 Fuji SLM 3.0.
    Since I got the bike on the 8th of June I've ridden it for about 768 kilometers both on trails
    and on the road and I have to say that I'm very happy with the bike, it handles really good.
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    No as nice as yours, but here is my Fuji Nevada 3.0
    Will be getting dirty tomorrw

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    My stock Outland Pro. First full suspension and I am really happy with it right now. Nicely equipped with stellar components and other goodies. May get the frame powdercoated to white and upgrade the shocks to Fox Racing sometime in late 2012.



    And an artistic attempt after a late afternoon ride yesterday.
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    First mountain bike, 2011 Fuji Nevada 2.0 any help/suggestions regarding upgrades for this bike, are more than welcome. I can't post a pic yet because I have have 10 post first, but I will make it happen soon.

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    Forgot to mention the bike is still stock

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    Got some new wheels and brakes for my Nevada 3.0 from my friend and the best part, it was free


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    Nice, did you win it ?

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    Online contest?
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    No, my friend gave them to me

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    Please tell your friend that I could always use another bike if he would like to give me one

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    OK EDUB, supply us with the parts list for your sled! I've been looking to build that same frame. She looks good.

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    Here was mine. Fuji Nevada 1.0
    Now Riding older Trek 4300
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    Here are some update pics of the Outland 29er. I have upgraded the grips to lizard skins with the green lockons, Richey Carbon stem and rizer Bar (best upgrade to date by far besides
    going tubless with stans), Spinergy Xyclone disc wheels with green spokes, went tubless with stans, and changed the stock steel cassette with SRAM PG990 redwin red. My next
    upgrades will be a new fork (unknown brand yet) and shock, possibly a Fox Float RP32 with kashima coat. This bike has been great and I have such a blast riding it, just looking forward
    to making it better . On to the pictures:


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    A little help from you more experienced guys, I haven't been riding long I actually just got in to mountain biking, my frame is a 17rally inch frame a fuji Nevada 2.0 and it's a bit small according to my heigh im 6ft maybe a little taller and I was told to get a 19 inch frame so should I buy a new frame or a new bike? Sorry if this has been covered im kinda new at all this thanks guys

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vto2.0 View Post
    A little help from you more experienced guys, I haven't been riding long I actually just got in to mountain biking, my frame is a 17rally inch frame a fuji Nevada 2.0 and it's a bit small according to my heigh im 6ft maybe a little taller and I was told to get a 19 inch frame so should I buy a new frame or a new bike? Sorry if this has been covered im kinda new at all this thanks guys
    If you like the components your bike came equipped with, buy a larger frame and swap the components over. If, however, you were planning to upgrade most if not all the original components and you can afford a new bike with a better component set, buy a new bike. My $0.02
    >>"Every chance I get!"

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    Found a great cheap frame in blueskycycling still undecided, $800 budget if I sell my bike, $400 if I keep it

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