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    2001ish I-Drive

    Here is my i-drive, bought it brand new.... Anyone know the model name for this, XCr? It doesn't have the logo on the frame.

    It originally had a RockShox Judy fork and Syncros wheels with v brakes. I couldn't remember the specs I thought it was 3.5" travel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EEEliminator View Post
    Here is my i-drive, bought it brand new.... Anyone know the model name for this, XCr? It doesn't have the logo on the frame.

    It originally had a RockShox Judy fork and Syncros wheels with v brakes. I couldn't remember the specs I thought it was 3.5" travel.

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    It's a 2001 GT i-drive 4.0.

    Look it up here : BikePedia - 2001 GT iDrive 4.0 Complete Bicycle

    Nice bike

    XCR where the name for the 1999 and 2000 year models. Then they used "i-drive" for many years. That paint scheme in blue/white is really nice. Almost same as my 2000 XCR 3000. No offense, but I preferred the blue/white of the '00, but with your current fork, it's a really nice match that compense the lack of white in the back
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    Quote Originally Posted by David C View Post
    It's a 2001 GT i-drive 4.0.

    Look it up here : BikePedia - 2001 GT iDrive 4.0 Complete Bicycle

    Nice bike

    XCR where the name for the 1999 and 2000 year models. Then they used "i-drive" for many years. That paint scheme in blue/white is really nice. Almost same as my 2000 XCR 3000. No offense, but I preferred the blue/white of the '00, but with your current fork, it's a really nice match that compense the lack of white in the back
    Thanks for the info, I'm surprised that it has 4.6" of travel in the rear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EEEliminator View Post
    Thanks for the info, I'm surprised that it has 4.6" of travel in the rear.
    Well that's relative. With the eccentric of the i-drive, you get quite a big leverage ratio. Still a XC race worthy bike geometry.
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    topless. that's what all mtb girls do. we go ride, get topless, have pillow fights in the woods, scissor, then ride home!

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    Quote Originally Posted by David C View Post
    Well that's relative. With the eccentric of the i-drive, you get quite a big leverage ratio. Still a XC race worthy bike geometry.
    I was interested in how much the axle travels. I don't' think the shock has over 4" of travel. I guess I can take some basic measurements when I get home and figure it out. It shouldn't be too difficult seeing as it's essentially a single pivot bike, as far as the axle path is concerned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EEEliminator View Post
    I was interested in how much the axle travels. I don't' think the shock has over 4" of travel. I guess I can take some basic measurements when I get home and figure it out. It shouldn't be too difficult seeing as it's essentially a single pivot bike, as far as the axle path is concerned.
    Well your shock should have a 1.5" stroke (eye is 6.5" I believe). But then the i-drive makes for a few interesting observations when the suspension is working. First, the distance between your saddle and the BB will always be the same, no matter how far you go in the travel (which makes for a good seated pedaling), but then due to the eccentric, the crank will be rotating clock-wise compared to the rear triangle, but fixed compared to the front triangle, which eliminate pedal kick (or pedal feedback) when pedaling over harsh terrain (like a nice uphill section full of roots).

    Most bike will have either the BB attached to 1. the front or 2. rear triangle, making #1 eligible to pedal kick and #2 not having a constant saddle-BB distance. With mounting the BB into an eccentric attached to the front triangle, you get best of both worlds.

    It's pretty much acting like a single pivot bike, so it makes for a quite linear suspension rate. The only big downside to this I believe would be the weight of the whole i-drive assembly. But it's still an incredible platform for XC/trail single tracks, and really give a big advantage on the gnarly uphill, where you can good fast with stability and good rear wheel tracking.

    But you could easily measure the rear wheel travel with a measuring tape. The axle path should be a good start, pretty close to the real exact travel. But Bikepedia isn't always right in their bike specs.

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    What wheels are those?

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    I gotta now! What type of wheels are those on your first pics? Those wheels are sweet looking and I wouldn't mind having a set.
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    GT AGGRESSOR XC2 09
    My GT Aggressor XC2 09
    Rockshox revelation rlt 140
    FSA headset
    san marco seat
    Schwalbe crazy bob tyres on it now

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dawbs96 View Post
    GT AGGRESSOR XC2 09
    My GT Aggressor XC2 09
    Rockshox revelation rlt 140
    FSA headset
    san marco seat
    Schwalbe crazy bob tyres on it now
    Your saddle doesn't look level. That can't be a very comfortable ride the way its set up!

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    you can tell that is a really good bike,when the name is written on the end of the top tube.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gt jorgito View Post
    I gotta now! What type of wheels are those on your first pics? Those wheels are sweet looking and I wouldn't mind having a set.
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    Update on my 2006 gt ruckus.


    Parts List:
    Fork: Rockshox Domain RC u-turn
    Rear Shock: Fox Vanilla RC
    Wheelset: Sunline V1dh
    Tires: Forte Pisgah 2.3
    Brakes: Magura Louise BAT 203mm
    Bars: Sunline v1
    Grips: ESI Chunky
    Stem: Sunline v1 AM
    Headset: FSA Hammer
    Shifters: Sram x7
    Rear Derailleur: Sram x7
    Front Derailleur: Sram x7
    Cassette: Shimano xt 11-34 9spd
    Crankset: Raceface Ride AM
    Pedals: Nashbar Highlander
    Seatpost: Tomac
    Saddle: Wtb silverado

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    its surprisingly comfortable i often only rest on the back of it, it doesn't look right dead level ahaa

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    Finished
    for now lol

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    The best looking aggressor i“ve eva seen!
    Now you need a shorter stem.

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    It may look good but it's a bit "choppered"...laid back. I think that fork has a tad taller axle to crown than was originally intended for that frame.
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    New fork on my GT Timberline.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bburke88 View Post
    New fork on my GT Timberline.
    Lol, reminds me of the Karakoram I posted on page 51

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buggyr333 View Post
    Lol, reminds me of the Karakoram I posted on page 51
    You posted an I-Drive on pg.51 lol... where's the karakoram

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    Quote Originally Posted by bburke88 View Post
    You posted an I-Drive on pg.51 lol... where's the karakoram

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    I posted a Ruckus, a Zaskar, an Idrive, and a Karakoram. It's the last one.

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    Hmm.... on page 51 I only see the three pics of the idrive

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    ^^^ Page numbers are relative. I have my account setup to show 100 posts per page. That may not be how you have yours configured... Best to provide the post number (like this one is #1422) when referencing...
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    Quote Originally Posted by marpilli View Post
    ^^^ Page numbers are relative. I have my account setup to show 100 posts per page. That may not be how you have yours configured... Best to provide the post number (like this one is #1422) when referencing...
    Good observation. It's post #1267. Odd coincidence that I just happen to refer you to a separate page that I also posted on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buggyr333 View Post
    Good observation. It's post #1267. Odd coincidence that I just happen to refer you to a separate page that I also posted on.
    Very odd lol. The karakoram is nice

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    GT Tequesta

    Hi guys, new here and I wanted to get some info and maybe a price on how much I could get for my Mountain Bike if I decided to sell it. I have been out of the game for a while now...

    Everything on this is original and everything still works great. I think it's the 1998 model, I paid about $800 bucks for it brand new. It's been in the garage for 12 years now and today I pumped up the tires and rode it for a while (man I am out of shape)!

    Here are some pics any info and prices that you can post will be greatly appreciated. Does GT still make bikes? And does anyone remember what GT stands for? I also have a Dyno Freestyle bike that I might want to sell. I know this is not a selling site but I did not know where else to start at (google brought me here )
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