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    there not the same, the quad trails are bigger, and have more travel.
    visions come not to polluted eyes.

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    Here's one we did for our local (Brad).

    Some mods from the stock 2007.

    Totem
    Fox (coil)
    Hope hub'd wheels.
    King headset.
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    Yea we did! Thanks again for everything Mike, Wook, Sleepy.

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    My Marin Quake


    And My Good ol' Team DH

    R.I.P.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Linga115
    i think your rear tire is on backwards
    Yeah, ooops, you got it on backwards!

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    2005 Wr

    Looking at all these nice and clean Marins, I have to say something..... get out riding and get those guys dirty! Here is my 05 wolf ridge with a Nixon front fork that has been ridden well.
    Last edited by burnmeburn; 11-10-2008 at 12:26 PM.

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    oops.....



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    05 Marin WR

    if anyone is interested and id a XC rider i have a brand new manitou r7 100mm air shock im looking to unload as i already have one on my single speed.

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    Here are some pics of my 2001 Juniper Trail in letchworth state park:

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    October 2008

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    My first Marin and how sweet it rides too.

    Meet "Wolfy"








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    Congrats on your new bike, its very nice!!

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    that gold quad trail looks so clean...
    imagine gold hadley hubs on gold powdercoated 823's...
    Have you compared the ride to a quake?

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    ^^^^^^^^ Very Nice

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    Finally upgraded the fork on my 07 East Peak. Didn't realize how bad the OE zocchi was. Got one ride in before the rain. Love it! So much more plush and the pushloc is awesome. My new RS Reba Team 120 w/ 20mm Maxle lite. I had front wheel rebuilt w/ DT Swiss
    240s Oversize.
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    That is a sweet setup Verns22. When I got my 05 Reba, it was one of the best moments of my life (I like bike stuff...a lot!) They rock!
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    REBAs are great forks. I have been running mine with the moco turned on but set in the lightest setting. Works well for hitting jumps and drops. It won't dive yet is set up super plush. Verns22 search for the reba seetup thread it will give you some ideas. They are excetptionally fine tunable.

    Your east peak is sweet, looks more pimped out than a stock Mt Vision.

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    thanks for the props fellas. I just had my wife read your posts. Ive put a ton of dough into it so I think your commments added to the validity of spending that money. Maybe not, she just rolled her eyes. Hahaha..anyways... real close to my dream bike. Will probably have the float R PUSHed next year. The Race Face Next carbon cranks would top it all off. But, those are ridiculously expensive right now. Maybe with the next stimulus check????

    Flboy, I will definitely look for the thread on the Reba setup. All I did was put in the air and havent messed with the tuning at all. Im 240lbs and run both the positive and negative air pressure at 150 psi.

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    Some updates on the Wolf Ridge for those who are interested

    http://www.mountainbikingnewzealand....maiden-voyage/

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    Verns22, you should run your - pressure 10% less than your + pressure, I think. I weigh about the same as you maybe 3 lbs. less. A over sized canaster would be a good upgrade when you get it pushed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flboy
    Verns22, you should run your - pressure 10% less than your + pressure, I think. I weigh about the same as you maybe 3 lbs. less. A over sized canaster would be a good upgrade when you get it pushed.

    people.. is it really that difficult to setup your shocks? Fill air enough to set sag and then go ride! There is even a guide on Marins website

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    people.. is it really that difficult to setup your shocks? Fill air enough to set sag and then go ride! There is even a guide on Marins website
    The marin website won't help with a shock that is not spec like the REBA. Also if you are familiar with a REBA they have a + and - air valves. The FOX shocks only have a single air valve that fills both + and - air bladders. Soooo there is a little bit more to set up a REBA, but you can fine tune the ride exactly how you want it.

    I am not bashing fox forks just stating the differnces that Flboy was reffering to.
    don't sweat the petty things, and pet the sweaty things

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    Quote Originally Posted by rekibtm
    The marin website won't help with a shock that is not spec like the REBA. Also if you are familiar with a REBA they have a + and - air valves. The FOX shocks only have a single air valve that fills both + and - air bladders. Soooo there is a little bit more to set up a REBA, but you can fine tune the ride exactly how you want it.

    I am not bashing fox forks just stating the differnces.
    Look on the side of the reba forks- there is a guide

    Generally run pressures a little lower than stated. But setting SAG will tell you the pressures needed.

    it is that easy

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    My 2006 Attack Trail

    Here is my Marin.
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    HI! i'm new on the block... here i present my 08 East Peak rebuild.... the last upgrade's from yesterday. Now weights 31lbs.




    And now, from Spain... an action photo: reality 35% down!

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