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    My New Build

    wait for it...
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    C'mon, that's not even enough for a tease. I could pull a ton of crap out of my tool shed and claim "new build".

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    So you sit in the middle of that thing and roll down the hill?

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    X to the 0
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    Stopperz
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    Quote Originally Posted by MTBKauai
    X to the 0

    I didn't think it would make that much difference between the X0 and the X9 but it is. I wouldn't
    pony up for my DH rig, but it sure is nice on the enduro.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kauaibullit
    I didn't think it would make that much difference between the X0 and the X9 but it is. I wouldn't
    pony up for my DH rig, but it sure is nice on the enduro.
    yep, my dh rig came standard with XO stuff. I took them off and replaced with X7 stuff off my all-mountain. I got an left X0 shifter on ebay so the XO stuff is on the all-mountain.

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    Super Jumbo

    That's my size.
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    175 mm. My other size.
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    Talas gets a nip and tuck...
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    Send those back. Get Enduro's. And use 10w-40 Royal Purple or Ames oil.
    Problem: "Bike has trouble going up steep hills."
    Fix: Recommend pressing harder on the pedals.

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    Mmmmmmmmmmmm. Royal Purple...

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    heheh. Seriously though.. See how the Fox seals are one piece Dust Wiper and seal combo? Dirt gets a straight path through to the inside of the forks basically. Thats why the foam ring is dirty as hell when you open up the seals. All that dirt is tearing up your cartridge seals and bushings. The Enduros are two part like zokes. So if the first line of defense doesn't work (the dust wipers) The oil seal can hopefully push the dirt aside and has a little pocket of space to do so. Routine maintenance you can lift up the wipers and clean out above the oil seals. The Fox 36 is a semi bath so you can use the royal on the inside to lube the bushings. It stays put on the bushings. The stock 7wt. damper oil is too light for the job.
    Problem: "Bike has trouble going up steep hills."
    Fix: Recommend pressing harder on the pedals.

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    Almost got a whole bike...
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    Road / Ass Interface
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    Frame just arrived...
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    2.1's?
    let me guess, azonic outlaw wheels.

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    Quote Originally Posted by airwreck

    let me guess, azonic outlaw wheels.
    Nope, he has to listen to me ***** about my Outlaws pretty much every ride.
    Strong, Heavy, Cheap: pick three.

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    mavic

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    Economic Stimulus
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    Sweet....

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    Quote Originally Posted by airwreck
    2.1's?
    Fine. You made your point.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cdad_martinez
    And use Royal Purple or Ames oil.
    The only purple component I'll ever have on a bike...
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    2nd to the last box...
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    Quote Originally Posted by wu-wei
    Nope, he has to listen to me ***** about my Outlaws pretty much every ride. Strong, Heavy, Cheap: pick three.
    SPAM: Verbally abused Outlaw wheelset seeks a good home and a new owner who can teach them about love.

    PM wu-wei for details.

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