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    Quote Originally Posted by andrewnielson View Post
    Just pulled the trigger on a new Pike Solo Air 160mm. Went for my first ride this morning and man is this thing smoooooooth. Looking now for a CaneCreek DB if anyone is getting rid of one. They are hard to come by in this size. Selling my Fox Float 34 CTD Kashima too if anyone is interested....
    Congrats! I was amazed how buttery and controlled the Pike is the first time I rode mine. Never had an air fork feel that good. CCDBA pairs up really nice with the Pike too

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    I photographed this a few months ago for another website

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    "No matter where you go there you are" BUCKAROO BANZAI

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    @andrewnielso - just a heads up, you are supposed to put the front wheel ratchet on your thule rack against the fork, or as close as possible anyway. In the position you have them in the pictures, if the ratchet failed you could theoretically drop the front end of the bike. I'm sure it works fine as is, and doesn't scuff the fork up, but that's better than the alternative.

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    Quote Originally Posted by markcjr View Post
    @andrewnielso - just a heads up, you are supposed to put the front wheel ratchet on your thule rack against the fork, or as close as possible anyway. In the position you have them in the pictures, if the ratchet failed you could theoretically drop the front end of the bike. I'm sure it works fine as is, and doesn't scuff the fork up, but that's better than the alternative.
    Good looking out. I guess I've never payed that much attention as to where the ratchet should go. Thanks!

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    No worries. I dragged my Yakima ratchet arm on the ground from the gas station once, and ground down the end of the arm, so I guess I'm always looking at them now.

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    Is there nobody else?? More pictures people!

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    Quote Originally Posted by andrewnielson View Post
    Is there nobody else?? More pictures people!
    I already posted a photo, but I always have new pictures of my bike.

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    Breaking it in right... felt amazing.

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    Just 3 rides in, but I love my new 275. I cannot push it as hard as it wants yet, but I'll get there.


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    Sure, why not. My newish 275 at home on the North Shore.

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    Here's my T275 which I've had for nearly 2 years now. Still in love with it and now looking at replacing the bearings to get it back to full fitness.

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    Looks dope man.

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    Here is my new '14 Tracer Foundation with some parts swapped over. I have about 10 rides on it and it has been awesome. I have had one issue in one of the shoulder bolts on the left side backed out and fell off during a ride(s). I ordered a new one and other than the short down time it's no big deal but I was wondering if anyone else has had this issue? Looking around I found a couple cases of this happening but nothing too widespread. The new bolt should arrive today, I'm going to make sure I keep an eye on these bolts from now on.

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    It seems like the "left side" shoulder bolt should be reverse threaded. My assumption is under a hit, the cycling suspension is working the bolt loose.

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    Third ride on this bad boy and I'm loving it. Best bike I've owned by far.

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    Looks like China Camp

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Fil View Post
    Looks like China Camp
    Bingo.

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    Ha i have the azonic fender on my 275 too :]

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    Yep I noticed .

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    Been sitting on this build all winter. Finally got all the parts and pieces in and am nearly finished. Still need to grab some housing for the rear derailleur. Can't wait for all this snow to melt so I can get out to try it.

    Wish I could have picked up a 34 160mm, instead of the 150mm, but the 150 was the right price so it will suffice for now.

    Anyone else running 150mm up front? Pros/cons?

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    Dude it's beautiful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beach_boy View Post
    Anyone else running 150mm up front? Pros/cons?
    Had a Revelation 150 on all season and it was super responsive for trail riding, very nicely balanced especially with the rear in short travel position. Just swapped out the front for a Pike 160 and switched it up in the back - it's plusher, softer, and more forgiving in the rough now. Both really good.

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    My New Purchase..
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