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    New Ride - 2007 Ocoee

    http://links.pictures.aol.com/pic/a2...z-DwBU*3_l.jpg


    2007 Litespeed Ocoee
    Fork - Fox F100X
    Wheelset - Stans Olympic, I9, Revolution
    Tires - Conti Leader (R), Conti Vertical (F)
    Tubes - Bontrager
    Brakes - Formula Oro Puro
    Crankset - Truvativ 1.1
    Pedals - XTR
    Chain - Sram PC991 Hollow Pin
    Cassette - XT
    Deraileur - X.0
    Shifter - X.0
    Seatpost - Thompson
    Saddle - WTB Laser V
    Grips - ODI lock-on Ruffian
    Handle bar - Easton EC70 Monkey Lite
    Stem - Easton EA70
    Headset - Chris King

    It weighed in at 22.1 pounds at the shop without the pedals.

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    nice! why don't you use triple/double chain ring up front?

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    I ride a lot of single track without a lot of climbing. I'm from the Chicago area, most of my riding is in Indiana, Illinois, and Michigan. I found that I never really use the big or small rings, even in races, so I decided to go simple. Besides, I plan on eventually converting it to single speed.

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    Hey, you have nice taste. I have a Truth (with a F100X that will get transplanted) and am looking to build up an Ocoee for a new SS. I have an old rigid SS that I ride 90% of the time, but it's pre suspension and no disk brakes. Can you take some pics of how the dropout system works? Specifically the singlespeed dropout with the disk brake? I am considering having them use the Paragon Slider dropouts since they seem to work the best for a singlespeeds with disks, but if the standard system they use works, then I may avoid the extra cost.

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    I don't have the single speed dropouts, only what you see in the picture. I need some better pictures in day light. I'll try to take a couple this weekend.

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    Wow....nice........I think you'll be much happier with the Ti bike then with the Enlitenment you were originally going to buy.
    "Can I put a Totem on a FTM?".....Originally Posted by All Mountain

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    Quote Originally Posted by SLP2002FH


    [IMG]http://links.pictures.aol.com/pic/a2a0VHO-dCbhX5Wr7aUSr9iKXRcNz-DwBU*3_l.jpg[/IMG]

    2007 Litespeed Ocoee
    Fork - Fox F100X
    Wheelset - Stans Olympic, I9, Revolution
    Tires - Conti Leader (R), Conti Vertical (F)
    Tubes - Bontrager
    Brakes - Formula Oro Puro
    Crankset - Truvativ 1.1
    Pedals - XTR
    Chain - Sram PC991 Hollow Pin
    Cassette - XT
    Deraileur - X.0
    Shifter - X.0
    Seatpost - Thompson
    Saddle - WTB Laser V
    Grips - ODI lock-on Ruffian
    Handle bar - Easton EC70 Monkey Lite
    Stem - Easton EA70
    Headset - Chris King

    It weighed in at 22.1 pounds at the shop without the pedals.
    Nice bike!
    What size is the frame?

    I am considering the OBED 2008 - the geo is made for 100 -120 mm forks.
    How does the Ocoee perform with the FOX F100? Did you try with 80 mm instead of?

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    ...sorry double post. Admin - please delete
    Last edited by Napfgeist; 11-13-2007 at 12:35 AM.

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