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    Fatty Trail

    Anyone hear any inside info on the upcoming Fatty Trail? I see the Fatty frames are maked down some now, was wandering if we are close to hearing more about the "Trail" version?
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    Bump ...............

    Brant??

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    also waiting on more info before I pull the trigger on fatbike no3
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    Quote Originally Posted by MMcG View Post
    Bump ...............

    Brant??
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    noooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo
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    Looks like it's getting closer.....
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    They also posted a Parkwood with a 27.5+ tire in back on Instagram!

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    With the bent top tube shown it looks like a Parkwood Fatty to me. If the frame offers through axle options and same geo I will upgrade my original fatty to this. The rear axle has slipped on my numerous times and no one makes a bolt through QR in 170mm that is reasonable (do not need a pitlock).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Pink57 View Post
    With the bent top tube shown it looks like a Parkwood Fatty to me. If the frame offers through axle options and same geo I will upgrade my original fatty to this. The rear axle has slipped on my numerous times and no one makes a bolt through QR in 170mm that is reasonable (do not need a pitlock).
    I wish someone made a good 170mm hub that was bolt on(aka CK fun bolts, Hope bolts, etc....)!
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    Quote Originally Posted by nitrousjunky View Post
    I wish someone made a good 170mm hub that was bolt on(aka CK fun bolts, Hope bolts, etc....)!
    Or 170mm Shimano XT Skewers at least - right? I've used XT skewers on SS set ups with horizontal dropouts without any tensioners and they've held fine ---------I bet something as solid as those would be good for 170mm fat bike hubs.

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    Cmon 150/197, long reach, short chainstay and slack HTA!
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    any updates ?

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