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    Slayer SXC 30 frame

    I'm looking for the Slayer SLX, is it the same as the Slayer?

    I'm looking at the geometry and it looks pretty good. I want to use it for trail riding. I'm going to transfer parts from another bike. I have a Marzocchi AM SL 1 from 2007 (160mm) fork, I guess that's good enough.

    How does the bike feels like? Are there any issues with the bike that I need to look for? I'm looking at the Jenson offer and it's a very sweet deal. In jenson, they say the rear spacing is 142x12, but on the pic it looks like standard QR. Is it 142 or standard hub? I hope it's the standard, but I want to be sure before going for it.

    Are there any issues with the model? I don't find the bike in '11 or '12 models, why was it discontinued?

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    The Jenson Slayer SXC 30 is a 2010 model. It definitely doesn't have a 142x12 rear dropout, it's a standard 135x10 QR type. It was replaced by the new Slayers with the new geometry and Smooth Link rear suspension.
    I'm a member of NSMBA and IMBA Canada

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