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    Smile My VP-Free is finally done!

    Well I bought my vp free used from a private seller and found several things wrong with it. Everyone warned me about getting a used DH/FR bike but I took the risk.
    The brakes were leaking, derailleur failed, steerer tube too short, etc. Basically I spent all that money on it and I couldnt ride it for a month!

    Well I finally got it put together today and its working perfectly, about $200 later

    Enjoy












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    That thing's a beast! Looks awesome!

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    This seat is larger then my bed
    Nice bike, i use to have one until i sold it with some broken and leaking parts

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    Nice bike!

    Are those Dangerboy levers?
    Get a bicycle. You will not regret it if you live. ~Mark Twain

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    Quote Originally Posted by Judd97
    Nice bike!

    Are those Dangerboy levers?
    thanks, yes they are

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    get rid of that seat before you hurt yourself. seriously, how can you hang off the back without getting your shirt or shorts stuck on that thing?

    I never apologize. I'm sorry, but that's just the way I am.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dusthuffer
    get rid of that seat before you hurt yourself. seriously, how can you hang off the back without getting your shirt or shorts stuck on that thing?
    hang off the back? I really like the seat. I'm used to riding dirtbikes and this seat is similar...square and long. I can move to the back and keep it stable on downhills and it's really comfy for long pedaling trips I agree its funny lookin though haha

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    just on steep downhills, sometimes (as in when you don't want to crash) most dh'llrs hang way off the back, put the seat on your chest. That's why you see bike with the seat tilted back.

    I never apologize. I'm sorry, but that's just the way I am.

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