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    Quote Originally Posted by CE750
    Thanks dude... I've not ridden in the past two weeks! due to the heat out here, and my being lazy, and I'm going thru widthdrawls.. gotta make a road trip to the mountains soon!

    As for the I9's... they are the stiffest wheel I've ever ridden, and the sounds is like nothing else I've herd.. it just has that "Quality Bearing" sound.. what can I say, they've exceeded my expectations! AND I've yet to use one of my spare spokes! I doubt I ever will..

    What kind of red grips are those on the Moots? Cheers.

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    Now has an Alfine on it but will run both SS and IGH in future. Love it. Best customer service in the biz. Moots rocks!
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    Nice old school Ringle cage!

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    Those are some crazy-nice Psyclo-X's. What kind of forks are those?

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    Very clean build. You might need to do something about that chain though.

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    All those gears kinda make it look bogged down. Put WI eccentric hub on the back and you will stop dropping your chain and clean up the look quite a bit!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HUGH

    All but the down tube stickers have been removed. Looks way cleaner!!

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    somebody...

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    Here are a couple of pictures of my 20" YBB. The main changes from these pictures are swapping out the 80mm Sid Team for a 100mm Reba Team and throwing a 2.35 tire on up front and a 2.2 on the back. If everything goes ok I plan on getting an adapter for the frame and going to discs front and rear at the end of this year.



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    Here's our MootoX bikes. Mine is a 19" and Stephanie's is a custom 16".
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    my favorite craigslist find without a doubt.
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    The dude is like 120lbs, tops lol he can run any tires he wants without issues, i'm sure.

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    Easton Havens with Moots
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    My Moots on after-work ride in Marin headlands
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    What's the verdict on this SDG 'stars and stripes' saddle??

    Thumbs up or thumbs down?
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    Quote Originally Posted by stevethebrit
    What's the verdict on this SDG 'stars and stripes' saddle??

    Thumbs up or thumbs down?
    Man....two thumbs WAY down. This is a Moots..........it needs class!!

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    Down on the seat, sorry. Nice ride though

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    I can't stand moots the company. They were absolutely abhorrent to deal with. As soon as I got my moots, I stripped the decals off. Out of protest against them, I will not post a picture of my bike, and I won't tell people that it's a nice bike.

    It's a shame steering people away from moots, but dealing with moots made me wish I bought a Seven.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fuqqer
    I can't stand moots the company. They were absolutely abhorrent to deal with. As soon as I got my moots, I stripped the decals off. Out of protest against them, I will not post a picture of my bike, and I won't tell people that it's a nice bike.

    It's a shame steering people away from moots, but dealing with moots made me wish I bought a Seven.
    Just curious.....what was the problem? I've honestly never heard of someone having anything but an awesome experience with the folks at Moots.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fuqqer
    I stripped the decals off. Out of protest against them
    Damn that must have taken all day considering how many flippin decals they put on their frames.

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    1) Moots was insistent I go through a dealer that had a terrible fit procedure. I ended up getting a custom fit somewhere else because the dealer they recommended sucked so hard.
    2) Even after I let them know their recommendedation sucked, Moots wouldn't let me buy directly from them even though I'm only a couple of hours from Steamboat.
    3) After sending them my custom frame specs it took Moots two months to get back to me just to say they'd recommend a stock Moots frame. More than three months after that, I got my frame. This was after they told me their manufacturing backlog was only 4-8 weeks.
    4) Most importantly, from my initial contact with Moots, their attitude was condescending and lame.

    Eight decals wasn't a lot to remove, but removing them helped rid some of the bad vibes I feel when I take my dream bike out.. It's a bummer to save nearly 10 years for your dream bike and have any bad feelings about riding it.
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    So . . . how does it ride?

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