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    Trance X1 (large/20 inch) stock weight

    Hey Guys,

    I'm looking to pick up a TX1. Would love the TX0 but it's out of my price range.

    I have read the weight of the TX0 is about 26-27 pounds, I was wondering how much the TX1 weights, preferably in a 20 inch (large) frame.

    Any weaknesses on the bike?

    I'm not familiar with the WTB wheelset, are they heavy and are they decent?

    Thanks

    EDIT: For comparison's sake, does anyone know what the Reign 0 and Reign 1 weigh stock in large? Not the X1
    Last edited by Swerny; 07-22-2008 at 12:48 PM.
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    [SIZE=2]I think your weight is about right but Iíve lost the weights for the Trance Xís. The wheelset is a tiny bit heavy but itís solid and the DT 370 hubs seem well sealed, spin well and run smooth.
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    Trance X1 stock, in small size...

    28lbs weighed at lbs last week. I imagine the large size would be about 1/2lb heavier. I would say the equivalent Reign would be a good 2-3lbs heavier, mainly because of the build kit (heavier shock, tires, etc).

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    thanks guys....anyone have a stock TXI in large they can weigh?
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