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  1. #951
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    Hallo
    Nein ich meine nicht den Dämpfer selber...
    Ich meine die Buchsenbreiten oben und unten mit den zugehörigen Löchern( M6 oder M8).
    Auf der Website sind nur die angegeben vom 2013er..und das sind meine defenitiv nicht.

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    Knolly Chilcotin: Build Information, Photos and Set-up Thread

    stixi ... i got my shock mount kit from tf tuned ... M6 x 41 mm (top) and M6 x 22 mm (bottom) ... fits w/o any issues! knolly specs are in fact slightly different than stated above ... i think something like 41.15 and 21.85 ... maybe someone can confirm/correct this.

    by the way ... lot's of german and austrian riders on chili's loooong time and loving it!

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    Finally replaced my Delirium with a Chilcotin, very happy with it.

    Medium raw frame,
    Marz 55 evo ti,
    Flow ex's on hope pro 2's
    Formula the ones,
    Zee mech/saint shifter,
    Easton Havon stem/carbon bar,
    Truvativ descendant cranks with RF narrow/wide 36t ring
    Hope seat clamp, zero stack headset and BB.
    RF ibeam post with SDG saddle.

    Weight 31.4 lbs
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    Nice bike travo! Having had a Delirium myself, how does this bike compare in rear suspension feel? I'm thinking moving back to a Knolly, possibly a Warden?

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    Diggin the white flows ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by socalMX View Post
    Nice bike travo! Having had a Delirium myself, how does this bike compare in rear suspension feel? I'm thinking moving back to a Knolly, possibly a Warden?
    Cheers, I personally prefer the suspension feel over the Delirium, it's not massively different just a bit more pedal friendly and poppy.

    Going downhill and hitting jumps/drops etc it feels pretty much the same, I hit all the same stuff I used to on the Delirium and don't feel like the Chilcotins any less capable. It may lose out a little on the really rough stuff but I haven't found myself wishing for for the Delirium back yet!
    Also the lighter weight is noticed when peddling, and generally chucking the bike around, the Chilcotin gets up and goes that bit better and I'm not quite as done in as I would be on the Delirium on climbs.

    I thought about a warden too and I reckon it'll be a great bike but impatience and a reluctance to embrace a new wheel size made me go with the Chilcotin and right now I dont regret it one bit.

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    Thanks Travi! Luckily I am not in your position and I have a pretty stout bike in the Banshee Rune that I can ride for a while. Have a set of Derby carbon hoops I am building up that would fit nicely on a (hopefully blue) Warden!

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    Better than ever!
    Avalanche Woodie and fork cartridge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rock dude View Post
    Better than ever!
    Avalanche Woodie and fork cartridge.
    Very nice! Have you gotten a shakedown ride in? If so, impressions? The avy stuff never ceases to impress me, especially after riding other peoples bikes

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    Very nice Rock Dude, very nice.
    If jackasses could fly this place would be an airport.

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    Pic from today's rather wet ride:



    The bike is perfect (swapping to a CCDB Air soon), have had it built like this about 6 months now and in that time I've reduced my quiver to this bike only. I think that's quite a feat, being that I ride both Whistler bike park and extended XC rides regularly. No regrets!

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    Another Chilcotin in the herd

    Late to the party, here, but built a Chilcotin over the past few months. Never built a bike from the ground up before, so please point out any shadetree mechanic errors.

    Build:
    Chilcotin Large (2012)
    Chris King Headset, Bottom Bracket
    Fox Float 36 Fork
    CCDBa shock
    Thomson elite bar 740mm
    Shimano XT brakeset/180mm rotors
    XT 2X10 (28/38, 11-36), SLX shifters
    Shimano XT Shadow Plus rear derailleur
    MRP bashguard
    Spank Spike Race Evo 28 rims on Hadley hubs
    Weirwolf rear/Minion front tubeless

    Showroom Clean:
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    Appropriately Dirty:
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    Cables/hoses are still long in the photos, and you'll notice that the bash ring ended up on the shop floor after the first test ride. Steerer tube is at full height right now as well as I settle into the first slack bike I've ever owned. Still in steep mode for now.

    Weight:
    Heavy. Damn heavy. Will work to get an accurate official weight, but I'm shying away from doing so. Pretty sure this thing is near a metric ton. My fault for heavy component choice. Still, it climbs well as long as I have the stamina for it.

    Initial impression:
    Wow. Lots of the bigger hits that make me nervous on my Tallboy are chump change to this thing.

    I think I'm in love with a heavy girl.

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    Quote Originally Posted by firsttraxx View Post
    Build:
    Chilcotin Large (2012)
    Chris King Headset, Bottom Bracket
    Fox Float 36 Fork
    CCDBa shock
    Thomson elite bar 740mm
    Shimano XT brakeset/180mm rotors
    XT 2X10 (28/38, 11-36), SLX shifters
    Shimano XT Shadow Plus rear derailleur
    MRP bashguard
    Spank Spike Race Evo 28 rims on Hadley hubs
    Weirwolf rear/Minion front tubeless

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    Cables/hoses are still long in the photos, and you'll notice that the bash ring ended up on the shop floor after the first test ride. Steerer tube is at full height right now as well as I settle into the first slack bike I've ever owned. Still in steep mode for now.

    Weight:
    Heavy. Damn heavy. Will work to get an accurate official weight, but I'm shying away from doing so. Pretty sure this thing is near a metric ton. My fault for heavy component choice. Still, it climbs well as long as I have the stamina for it.

    Initial impression:
    Wow. Lots of the bigger hits that make me nervous on my Tallboy are chump change to this thing.

    I think I'm in love with a heavy girl.
    mm mmmm a dirty bike

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    first Chilli in Greece?



    Hi,
    First post in here but I have been following the Knolly forum for quite some time, always wanted a Chilli and finally got my own, thanks to Chris W. for selling me his Chilli and for his honesty. Don't know if there are any other Chillcotins (or even Knollys) here in Greece, maybe I am the first???
    The build is on a budget, I transfered most of the components from my custom 2012 Nukeproof Mega (some were also on my Commencal meta4). Still waiting for the front derailure ... so here it is

    Frame - Knolly Chilcotin medium RAW (weight with shock 3,6 kg)
    RearShock - Cane Creek Double Barrel Air
    Fork - SR Suntour Durolux 180-140 TA RC2 (1 1/8 cromoly Steerer, weight 2.6 kg)
    Brakes - Hope TECH X2 (208mm Hope Front & 208mm XT Icetech Rear)
    Shifters - Shimano XT M770 (3x9 converted to 2x9)
    Cranks - Shimano XT m770 (triple converted to double)
    Bottom Bracket - Shimano XT
    Guide - Blackspire Stinger double
    Bashguard - Blackspire C4 White
    Chainrings - Blackspire 26-36t red+black
    Cassette - Shimano XT M770 11-34
    Rear Derailleur - Shimano XT M770 9SP Shadow medium cage
    Front deraileur - Shimano SLX double (waiting for it)
    Chain - Shimano XTR-Dura Ace
    Wheelset - Custom made by me (will be updating to Stan's ZTR Flow EX & double butted spokes)
    Front - Hope Pro II 20mm Black on DTSwiss E540 (straight gauge spokes)
    Rear - DtSwiss 240's 142x12 Black on DTSwiss E540 (straight gauge spokes)
    Tire Front - MAXXIS Minion DHF 2.5 DH casing Tubeless kit
    Tire Rear - MAXXIS Highroller 2.35 DH casing Tubeles kit
    Headset - Dartmoor inset White (full 1 1/8)
    Spacers - Syntace Alloy
    Stem - Syntace Megaforce 2 50mm 6deg
    Handlebar - Syntace Vector Alloy Low Riser 760mm
    Grip - Cane creek Lock-On Grips: Black
    Seatpost - ROck Shox Reverd 125mm
    Pedals - Shimano DX clipless

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    Knolly Chilcotin: Build Information, Photos and Set-up Thread

    Looks Good. Would love to see some riding shots to check out the terrain. I will be posting the cane creek tool tomorrow !


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    Quote Originally Posted by wilks View Post
    Looks Good. Would love to see some riding shots to check out the terrain. I will be posting the cane creek tool tomorrow !


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    Thanks! I will post when I get some, maybe a video would be easier :-)
    I Think that the CCDB will need a service soon, and maybe the main pivot bearings, I will try to go riding on Sunday if the weather permits....

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    At the start of our local DH track on Mt. Aigaleo
    The bike feels great, much better than my Nukeproof mega, but the mega was a bit lighter (had it build with a Lyric solo air rc2dh, same components except stem/handlebars)

    And a small video...



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    A Chilco or an sb... Leaning this way due to their uniqueness and freakin' awesomeness!

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    Quote Originally Posted by themistoklisv View Post
    At the start of our local DH track on Mt. Aigaleo
    The bike feels great, much better than my Nukeproof mega, but the mega was a bit lighter (had it build with a Lyric solo air rc2dh, same components except stem/handlebars)

    And a small video...



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    Great vid

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    Nice vid!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mayha View Post
    Great vid
    Quote Originally Posted by wilks View Post
    Nice vid!
    Thanks! I got to get it to Mt. Parnitha to ride some more gnarly stuff. I am really excited with the bike, it is all I was hoping and even more :-)

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    Some updates to my Chilcotin.

    Chromag Scarab pedals replace Nukeproof pedals. The Scarab's are nicely CNC'd and look much better than the Nukeproofs which are catalogue pedals similar to Superstar etc. The platform is wider and a very comfortable fit with 5/10's. Lots of pin placement options to fine tune the fit. Two pin lengths but I found the shorter pins worked well. Bearings feel nice and smooth. They are not as light as the Nukeproofs (350g v 430g) but I will be keeping them on the bike because they feel good.

    Schwalbe Magic Mary 650b Trail Star 2.35 front only replaces Hans Dampf 650b Trail Star 2.35. Fitted to Flow Ex rims. Only one ride but I think I'm going to like this tyre. Rolls really well, faster and grippier in corners, clears mud well. Slightly heavier than HD's but not by much, maybe 30/40 g. There is also a Super Gravity edition available with stonger side walls for DH use. I might get some for Bike Park days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by loamranger View Post
    Some updates to my Chilcotin.

    Chromag Scarab pedals replace Nukeproof pedals. The Scarab's are nicely CNC'd and look much better than the Nukeproofs which are catalogue pedals similar to Superstar etc. The platform is wider and a very comfortable fit with 5/10's. Lots of pin placement options to fine tune the fit. Two pin lengths but I found the shorter pins worked well. Bearings feel nice and smooth. They are not as light as the Nukeproofs (350g v 430g) but I will be keeping them on the bike because they feel good.

    Schwalbe Magic Mary 650b Trail Star 2.35 front only replaces Hans Dampf 650b Trail Star 2.35. Fitted to Flow Ex rims. Only one ride but I think I'm going to like this tyre. Rolls really well, faster and grippier in corners, clears mud well. Slightly heavier than HD's but not by much, maybe 30/40 g. There is also a Super Gravity edition available with stonger side walls for DH use. I might get some for Bike Park days.
    Are you running the 650b in the front only? Tried it in the back?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pavle View Post
    Are you running the 650b in the front only? Tried it in the back?
    Front only, 650b does not fit the rear. Running largest volume 26inch which is Conti RQ 2.4 at the back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by loamranger View Post
    Front only, 650b does not fit the rear. Running largest volume 26inch which is Conti RQ 2.4 at the back.
    tut tut, frankensteining knollys super-models ...seriously, whatever makes you happy when riding... i guess just tricky persuading folk like Noel himself that you know a better way...each to their own ....main things though: 1) what size are you/what frame size do you ride 2) how does it ride?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cfrench View Post
    tut tut, frankensteining knollys super-models ...seriously, whatever makes you happy when riding... i guess just tricky persuading folk like Noel himself that you know a better way...each to their own ....main things though: 1) what size are you/what frame size do you ride 2) how does it ride?
    Put it on as an experiment originally, liked it, kept it. It has only slightly slackened the HA (1/2 deg) and raised the BB 4mm. Rolls over stuff better, handling improved. It is an XL frame/ 6ft 3.5ins rider/ 180mm fork with ZS bottom cup. So the longer WB of the XL reduces the impact of the HA change.

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    Quote Originally Posted by loamranger View Post
    Put it on as an experiment originally, liked it, kept it. It has only slightly slackened the HA (1/2 deg) and raised the BB 4mm. Rolls over stuff better, handling improved. It is an XL frame/ 6ft 3.5ins rider/ 180mm fork with ZS bottom cup. So the longer WB of the XL reduces the impact of the HA change.
    Cool...I suspected that you were a big yin because it doesnt make sense for smaller frames... rotates frame and suspension detrimentally....

    Cant see how it improves handling though...youve got sub optimal directional forces acting on the suspension platform

    Got scarabs too...on podium..,, they feel v.nice dont they! Wouldn't mind trying the new ones theyve brought out...

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    Green Chilco

    Frame: M
    Shock: CCDBA CS
    Headset: CC Forty
    Fork: Lyrik Solo Air RC2
    Bars: SIXC
    Grips: Specialized Grappler
    Stem: Twenty6 f1.2 50mm
    Seat: WTB Silverado Ti
    Post: KS Lev
    Collar: Straitline
    Wheels: Stans ZTR Flow EX
    Tires: Maxxis Minion DHR 2 (Exo 3c Terra) 2.4
    Hubs: Hope Pro 2
    Chain guide: MRP AMP
    Front ring: Wolftooth Spiderless
    Cranks: SRAM XO
    BB: Sram GXP
    Pedals: Twenty6
    Rear Cassette: Shimano XT
    Chain: SRAM PC1091
    Rear Der: Shimano XT Shadow Plus
    Rear Shifter: Shimano XTR
    Brakes: Shimano Saint. 203 front/180 rear


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    looking good Mark!

    Any time on it yet? How does the larger frame feel?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Calhoun View Post
    looking good Mark!

    Any time on it yet? How does the larger frame feel?
    Thx.
    None yet. seat tube may be a tad long with that dropper post… we will see. Trying to hit Sedona tomorrow and Sunday. Might go to PHX if it rains too much today.
    Stoked about the color but not excited about all the chips. Wished they did Anodized colors.

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    Beautiful build! Good luck with the Lev. Mine broke after 2 hours. Loved it for those 2 hours though. Good idea using different cables...the ones it come with aren't very pliable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Big B View Post
    Beautiful build! Good luck with the Lev. Mine broke after 2 hours. Loved it for those 2 hours though. Good idea using different cables...the ones it come with aren't very pliable.
    I have been hearing the worst stories about the LEV which is super unfortunate because I just passed my 2 year mark with my i950r with out a rebuild or any maintenance. I wanted to get another KS but now I am not so sure.

    That green is off the hook F.N.G. Awesome bike/build.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrniceguy42 View Post
    I have been hearing the worst stories about the LEV which is super unfortunate because I just passed my 2 year mark with my i950r with out a rebuild or any maintenance. I wanted to get another KS but now I am not so sure.

    That green is off the hook F.N.G. Awesome bike/build.
    Ive already had that Lev for nearly a year. It isn't new. Ran it on previous Chilcotin.

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    Mine developed 30mm of 'play' or squish, as I like to call it, after riding it for 2 hours. I'm considering whether to try another one, or just bag it until Thomson or Reverb come out with a 150mm.
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    Is it just the Reverb Stealth that comes in a 150 option?

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    FNG, super cool bike!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dulyebr View Post
    FNG, super cool bike!
    Thx Duly. Hope all is well!

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    my new love...

    here's my new love:
    size: M
    front fork: lyric 2 step air, 160mm
    rear shock: ccdb cs
    transmission: xtr
    wheelset: transition 32mm, with transition hubs
    brakeset/rotors: hope M4 / hope 203mm fr/ 185 rear
    bar: chromag osx
    headset: canecreek 40 external cup bottom
    saddle: chromag lynx
    seatpost: ks lev
    grips: chromag
    stem,pedals, seatpost collar: straitline
    tires: fr: kenda telonix 2.4 r: maxxis highroller ust 2.5

    heavy build for SoCal Mt. Lowe sessions….

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    @Yeti4ever
    Never put your favorite bike brand in your screen name! (I also switched from Yeti to Knolly, btw). Looks like you and Steammachine can have a Green Chili/White Lyric SoCal twins session.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Herzalot View Post
    @Yeti4ever
    Never put your favorite bike brand in your screen name! (I also switched from Yeti to Knolly, btw). Looks like you and Steammachine can have a Green Chili/White Lyric SoCal twins session.
    Lol! So true Herzalot! Now if I can change my username....
    Gonna check out Steammachine's build. Thanks!

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    Yeti is the shiz too, I miss my ASR-7. No shame!

    Where in So.Cal. you at, would love trail behind you on my Rune.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yeti4ever View Post
    Now if I can change my username...
    easy to do:
    Change MTBR.com User ID?

    your bike looks cool...like the green white red theme...
    Last edited by cfrench; 01-06-2014 at 05:44 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Herzalot View Post
    @Yeti4ever
    Never put your favorite bike brand in your screen name! (I also switched from Yeti to Knolly, btw). Looks like you and Steammachine can have a Green Chili/White Lyric SoCal twins session.
    I'm only doing this if we wear matching jerseys and shorts too...

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    Quote Originally Posted by steammachine View Post
    I'm only doing this if we wear matching jerseys and shorts too...
    sounds like the first step towards buying underwear for each other

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    Quote Originally Posted by cfrench View Post
    sounds like the first step towards buying underwear for each other
    Yeti, PM sent.

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    Just realized I didn't post on here. Here's mine:

    M Chilcotin 2013.5
    Rear Shock: CCDBa-CS
    Headset: CC40 Zero Stack
    Fork: AvaLyrik SA 170mm
    Stem: Thomson Elite X4 50mm
    Handlebar: Raceface Atlas Stealth 31’’
    Saddle: Something really old. Chromag Trailmaster on order.
    Seatpost: KS LEV 150mm
    Collar: Hope QR
    Pedals: Crankbros Mallet DH
    Cranks: SLX
    Chainring: Raceface N/W 30T
    Chain: XT
    Cassette: XT
    Derailleur: Zee FR 11-36
    Brakes: SLX
    Wheelset: Stans Flow EX
    Tires: Highroller II 2.4 F/ Highroller 2.34 R

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    Quote Originally Posted by steammachine View Post
    Yeti, PM sent.

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    Just realized I didn't post on here. Here's mine:

    M Chilcotin 2013.5
    Rear Shock: CCDBa-CS
    Headset: CC40 Zero Stack
    Fork: AvaLyrik SA 170mm
    Stem: Thomson Elite X4 50mm
    Handlebar: Raceface Atlas Stealth 31’’
    Saddle: Something really old. Chromag Trailmaster on order.
    Seatpost: KS LEV 150mm
    Collar: Hope QR
    Pedals: Crankbros Mallet DH
    Cranks: SLX
    Chainring: Raceface N/W 30T
    Chain: XT
    Cassette: XT
    Derailleur: Zee FR 11-36
    Brakes: SLX
    Wheelset: Stans Flow EX
    Tires: Highroller II 2.4 F/ Highroller 2.34 R
    Bike/built looks sweet fella. Nice pictures too, reminds me of the days last year when we got sunlight...

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    Quote Originally Posted by cfrench View Post
    easy to do:
    Change MTBR.com User ID?

    your bike looks cool...like the green white red theme...
    Awesome! Thanks for the link and the complements! I didn't think that one could change username. Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by socalMX View Post
    Yeti is the shiz too, I miss my ASR-7. No shame!

    Where in So.Cal. you at, would love trail behind you on my Rune.
    Greetings SocalMX, i live here near pasadena. So ride lots of El Prieto, Mt Lowe, Sunset. But I generally do ride all over town. Perhaps we can do a shuttle dave run sometime?

    Cheers.

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    Awww that's sweet. I feel like I helped get two like-minded souls together! Now, we just need Tim (Socal MX) to trade his Rune for a Ward-en.

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    Hi all hoping to get my hands on 1 of these over the next week just not sure which. This will be my first knolly so cannot wait

    Knolly
 Chilcotin 
Large
 Raw 
with 
cane
creek
 hs,
ccdb‐cs
    Fox
36 
Talas 
160mm
    Chromag 
Fubars 
OSX 
black
 chrome
    Chromag 
Ranger 
Stem
50mm
    Chromag 
trailmaster
    Chromag 
Scarab 
Pedals
    Chromag 
Fixed
 Seat
 Clamp
    Chromag 
Palm
 Skin
 Grips
    Shimano
 xtr
 crankset
    e13
‐
Guidering 
M
Chainring
    Shimano
 xtr
 rear
derailleur
 10
speed
shadow
+
    Shimano 
xtr
 shifter
    Hope
Tech
3 
E4
brakeset 
with
183mm
\floating

rotors
    Hope
 Pro
2
 evo
 with 
stans
\low 
wheels
    XTR
10spd 
Cassette
    XTR
 Chain
    KS 
Dropper 
Seatpost
    Schwalbe
 Hans 
Dampf

    Or

    As above but with the following

    SRAM 
XX1
 Cranks
    SRAM
X‐Sync 
11spd
 36t
 chainring
    SRAM
 X01 
11spd
 derailleur
    SRAM
 X01
 11spd
 shifter
    SRAM
 PG1170
 11 
Speed
 Cassette 
11‐32
    Chain
 11 spd

    I've never ran 1X10 or 11 before so any imput on how the two might ride would be great

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