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    I posted it elsewhere, but it belongs here, too:



    2005 Large Heckler, custom paint (it was a rental, and the original white was beat to heck) with a PUSHed Vanilla RC (found it for $60 at a bike swap)
    New Old Stock 2009 Lyrik Coil U-Turn
    SRAM X-9 shifters and rear derailleur, LX front.
    2011 Code R 203/185mm brakes, on matchmakers.
    Gravity Dropper seatpost, 4"
    Hone 34/22 crank with Blackspire Stinger chainguide
    Crank Brothers Acid pedals
    Sunline V1 lowrise 745 handlebar with Ergon Grips
    Truvativ Hussefelt 60mm stem
    Chris King headset (about 12 years old)
    Panaracer Fire FR 2.4 (hah!) tires on ABBAH SOS 20mm front/American Classic rear, Alex DH rims.
    Old WTB saddle

    Next upgrade will be to get some AM wheels to run my new Maxxis DHF Exo's tubeless for everyday riding.

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    Just added a Truvative rock guard and truvativ shift guide.

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    My white Heckler

    This is my large 2008 Heckler with Fox RP23 and itīs new Revelation Team. The rest is XT, Juicy 7, RF Evolve AM, SDG Bel-Air Ti, Hope Pro II and DT Swiss 5.1 and heavy High Rollers, will soon change back to Continental MK Supersonic but want something in between but havenīt decided what yet.
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    Bumping up a thread that hasn't been active in a while, but I bought a heckler frame off XTRMAN (look 13 posts up.....) and finally have it built up, so excited to get out, here is the beauty....




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    some new stuff:

    Rockshox Revelation 426 Coil U-Turn > Rockshox Pike 426 > Marzocchi Z1 FR 1 (Italian-made is legendary. I didn't regret losing the Pike, the Z1 was even lighter)
    Sun Ringle Disc Jockey > Traction/Formula Hubs > FireEye Excelerant Hubs (to match the FireEye rims)
    Kenda Nevegal 2.1 > Hutchinson Spider 2.35 > Maxxis Minion DH F 2.35 (I was terribly disappointed with the Spiders. The Minions are awesome! They grip so well my reaction time got quicker - It grips the earth where I would normally expect a skid.)
    WTB Rocket V > Selle Italia X0 (worn out Rocket V)
    Generic black spokes > Origin-8 powdercoat red spokes (bling!)
    Truvativ Rockguard bashring > MRP Partycrasher bashguard (to complete the MRP LRP set)
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    wow ZAP.
    that thing looks nice.

    here's mine with a fresh spring cleaning and some new parts.

    new rear mech. SLX.
    new sifter cable set.
    new brake leavers.
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    next time

    [QUOTE=spazzy] Might as well sell your bikes, E-riding is much more productive.

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    hello!

    my little boy:


    Now, brakes are formula oro's (k18) instead of Shimano LX

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    Quote Originally Posted by foxiu
    hello!

    my little boy:


    Now, brakes are formula oro's (k18) instead of Shimano LX
    Z1's are the best forks for pre-07 hecklers! Nice build mate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zaptheman
    Z1's are the best forks for pre-07 hecklers! Nice build mate.
    thanks

    Some details:

    Heckler / 5th Coil (200x57) / Z1 Light ETA (150mm)
    Wheels: Hoper Pro II (20mm/ Bolt up) / Sapim Laser / Spank Oozy rims - Nevegals on it for now, gonna buy Maxxis Ardent for F&R and put they on a Joe's sealant (ghetto tubeless)
    Drivetrain: XT crank (bash / 36 / 22) and bb, XT casette / Deore fd / Sram 9.0 rd / Sram X.0 triggers
    Brakes: Oro K18 / XT 180/160 rotors
    Misc: WTB Pure V saddle, Roox seatpost, Truvativ XR stem, Syncros Gain 7075 handlebar, Straitline pedals

    I went to Heckler from Giant Reign, which was a little too short / small for me (btw. Giant warranty service has really poor reputation in Poland). Hecklers feeling is great
    "Im gorzej, tym lepiej."
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    oh..and i hope i don't get in trouble for saying this.. but its for sale... i just got a nomad

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    Keep posting more pictures! I am anxiously waiting for my 2011 Heckler to arrive at my LBS. It's been a month now and I am going crazy. I've been dropping in at my LBS at least once a week just to say high and have been searching this forum daily looking for updated pics and stories of happy heckler owners. I really am in need of this bike so I can get out and ride.

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    '11 Heckler. Lime Green
    Rock Shox Sektor RL (Great cheap, light fork)
    RP23
    SLX Shifters and deraileurs
    Azonic Outlaw Wheelset, ghetto tubeless
    Juicy 5's with 180mm rotors
    Work in progress...

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    Quote Originally Posted by acummings View Post
    Keep posting more pictures! I am anxiously waiting for my 2011 Heckler to arrive at my LBS. It's been a month now and I am going crazy. I've been dropping in at my LBS at least once a week just to say high and have been searching this forum daily looking for updated pics and stories of happy heckler owners. I really am in need of this bike so I can get out and ride.
    IMHO you made a good decision on the Heckler. Before I bought mine, I considered and rode a lightly used Turner 6 pack, 2011 Titus ElGuapo, 2009 SC Nomad, and 2011 Brodie Zealot.

    The Heckler just had a nice, natural feel. The single pivot is really efficient in the climbs, I get very little pedal bob. The price is right too. I've ridden the crap out of it, accidentally took a 12' ledge, and put it away wet and filthy without a problem.

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    just upgraded from o9 heckler to 11 nomad...can't put my finger on it..but i like my nomad infinitely more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 123ski View Post
    just upgraded from o9 heckler to 11 nomad...can't put my finger on it..but i like my nomad infinitely more.
    I don't think it's the 0.2 in of travel. Its probably the head tube angle and overall geometry. Its slightly different- definitely more slack. If I had the dough, I'd definitely buy a Nomad Carbon.

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    Fox Float 36 (160mm) with 180mm of stanchions showing?

    Glad to see everyone running a similar suspension setup as me. I run a Fox DHX 5.0 with a 500# coil on the rear. I laugh when people tell me you get to much negative feedback with a single pivot. Up front I just switched over from my problemsome Marzocchi 55 ATA to a new 2011 Fox Float 36 RC2/FIT. This fork however shows 180mm of stanchion on a 160mm fork? The fork was initially overinflated from the retailer, "Bike Bling" but Fox has assured me there should be no problems. I collapsed the fork and re-inflated below my recommended rider weight to ~ 75 psi, but 180mm still show. Anyone foresee any issues?

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    ok, so 09 hecklar with dhx 5, full xt groupo and xtr rear mech, stans flows on hopes, marzo 44 rc3 Ti. last pic they have a 20mm 4x lower on them

    will post pic of current spec soon, 55 rc3, ti spring on rear, 1x10 xtr
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    Quote Originally Posted by foxiu View Post

    Some details:
    Heckler / 5th Coil (200x57) -> CCDB
    Wheels: Nevegals -> Schwalbe Albert Alpen Cross 2.25 (sucks a little, two snakes in two days... but paths were VERY rocky )
    Misc: WTB Pure V saddle, Roox seatpost -> SDG seatpost, SDG Bel Air ST - almost 150g lighter than previous set!

    Photos soon, I have to clean bike after 3 days in PL mountains (rocks, roots and TONS of mud) first


    regards,
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    New to the club. here is my 2009 liquid blue. first ride this morning









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    Nice! Enjoy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cman8 View Post
    New to the club. here is my 2009 liquid blue. first ride this morning
    So you finally got it! Sweet!
    The secret to mountain biking is pretty simple. The slower you go the more likely it is you’ll crash.
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    Much Heckler love here.

    Recently converted to Fox: DHX 5 coil & TALAS 36 160 RC2


    TALAS Down to 100mm for 4x/DJ:

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