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    Quote Originally Posted by jrastories View Post
    Finally I have got a picture of this that I am happy to post.

    It started out as a 2008 element 50 and has since had a few changes of parts to be this
    fork, breaks, crank, shock all stock (rebuilt a few times but still stock)
    EC70 bar and post
    XT/XTR Drive
    Stans ZTR Olympics/240s hubs.

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    Sweet bike and picture! How did you get the different paint scheme? My 08' looks a bit different

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wilkenstein View Post
    Sweet bike and picture! How did you get the different paint scheme? My 08' looks a bit different
    I had the front triangle warrantied last summer, and I needed a bike pretty quickly so they sent me the 2010 red and white paint, front triangle and chainstay so I didn't have to wait for a frame to go though paint.
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    Thanks Push

    I have not posted in a while.

    Catastrophic talas cartridge failure forced me to send it to Push for service. While I was sending the fork I decided to send the shock as well. Prompt service, plush ride and the bike is back on the trail and better than ever. Thanks Push!

    These pictures were from last weekend upon re-installation. I'll post another picture of the bike on the trail.

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    '09 Altitude, '08 Fox Talas, '08 Easton Havocs, Fork & Shock Push'd 2011
    Retired: 2004 Slayer, 1999 Super-V, 1994 Killer-V

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    Stopped for a drink along the trail

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    '09 Altitude, '08 Fox Talas, '08 Easton Havocs, Fork & Shock Push'd 2011
    Retired: 2004 Slayer, 1999 Super-V, 1994 Killer-V

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    The unboxing. Excellent!

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    '09 Altitude, '08 Fox Talas, '08 Easton Havocs, Fork & Shock Push'd 2011
    Retired: 2004 Slayer, 1999 Super-V, 1994 Killer-V

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    a few from today...








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    2011 Altitude 29er. Pic from today

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    From my ride today. 2011 Altitude

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    Quote Originally Posted by Muxherdlr View Post
    From my ride today. 2011 Altitude
    great trail to ride your RM on. i am considering the new slayer myself, hence the lurking. rode out there last weekend and got stuck in the storms. ending up staying in the basement of the big abandoned house for over an hour due to the lightning!

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    Thanks Bandit350! I really like the bike. It's perfect for me and the guys at The Hub,where I bought it,couldnt be better bunch of dudes.

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    Altitude here is my output after an exploration in search of new pathways in Swiss forests.


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    Una Rocky e' per sempre,preferibilmente se fatta a mano.

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    @ Pizzaman.light

    The exceptionally color selection (silver) from Stem & Clamp are I think thats an THOMSON and Salsa
    Best choice !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocklandbiker View Post
    @ Pizzaman.light

    The exceptionally color selection (silver) from Stem & Clamp are I think thats an THOMSON and Salsa
    Best choice !
    Hard to tell, but I think the seatpost clamp might actually be a Hope - which seems fairly likely given the rear QR is clearly a Hope.

    Pretty sure the stem is not a Thomson.
    The standard-sized x4 is fully closed around the steerer, the oversized has gaps on each side, but the back is closed - picture shows neither stem.

    (Sorry)
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    EnglishT, the guy who started the thread years ago. Good to see you around
    '09 Altitude, '08 Fox Talas, '08 Easton Havocs, Fork & Shock Push'd 2011
    Retired: 2004 Slayer, 1999 Super-V, 1994 Killer-V

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snaila4 View Post
    EnglishT, the guy who started the thread years ago. Good to see you around
    Rocky rarely gets any ridetime anymore

    Still view all the new posts on this thread, just don't really have much to add most of the time

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    well at last have ended my hammer 29er... the photos are really bad....
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    Would very well with a carbon fork.
    Una Rocky e' per sempre,preferibilmente se fatta a mano.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pizzaman.light View Post
    Would very well with a carbon fork.
    (In McEnroe voice: "You CANNOT be serious!")

    Unless you get out a can of baby blue enamel that would do absolutely no justice to an wonderful build. That and the generally fat, bladed tubing of carbon rigid forks would look of place on this skinny frame.

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    Not necessarily Niner fork style, maybe a carbon but with rounded shapes.
    I state that I am a fan of the materials to be welded, but a hair lightens the carbon making the bike more maneuverable.
    Una Rocky e' per sempre,preferibilmente se fatta a mano.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pizzaman.light View Post
    Not necessarily Niner fork style, maybe a carbon but with rounded shapes.
    That would be pretty neat - though I don't know of anybody making something like that currently.

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    here we go. been meaning to place some pics of my 2011 Slayer build here for a while but never had enough posts to be able to post pics.

    * Fork: 160mm Talas 36
    * Brakes: Shimano XT
    * Cranks:Shimano XT
    * Front Derailleur: pft... yeah right. MRP 1x.
    * Rear Derailleur: SRAM X9
    * Pedals: old CB eggbeaters pictured. new CB eggbeaters & Blackspire sub-4 in transit
    * Stem: Thomson Elite 60mm
    * Handlebar: Easton Havoc
    * Seatpost: Thomson Elite
    * Saddle: Selle Italia
    * Bottom Bracket: Race Face X-type Team DH
    * Cassette: SRAM
    * Headset: Chris King Inset
    * Grips: Race Face Strafe
    * Front Tire: Halo ChoirMaster UST 2.35
    * Wheelset: Easton Havoc
    * Rear Tire: Maxxis HighRoller UST 2.35







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    I do not share the transmission fixed front, but still very beautiful.
    Una Rocky e' per sempre,preferibilmente se fatta a mano.

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    I always keep forgetting to post-up. 07 Slayer SXC at a trailhead in the Haliburton Forest and Wildlife Centre in Ontario.
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    a few from the weekend...


























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    Here are my rides

    Altitude RSL - Custom from frame only


    Flatline WC - Also custom from frame only


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