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    We have Clearance Clarence

    Just a heads up...SC site has some great deals on parts
    right now in the clearance section.

    www.santacruzmtb.com
    No paper mache bikes allowed.

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    Thanks...I now have a spare shock and a Thomson stem on the way.

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    SHILL !!!!

    kidding. good deals but i didn't "need" any of that. Bought a sweatshirt though!

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    I bought a V10 shock...

    WTF!...I don't own a V10. Well...Christmas is just around the corner.

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    Haha, funny TNC.

    I bought that Progressive Gravity shock for the Nomad. Whopping $25. Not bad for a back up shock. Anyone have any feedback on that thing?

    My friend got an LX crankset with BB for $55. He was about to pull the trigger on them for $100 earlier today.

    I was tempted to pick up the 8.5x2.5 Fox Float R shock for the Nomad, too, at only $75. And centerlock rotors for $8? Wow. Just wow.

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    LOL!...yeah, scruff, not sure what I'll do with it. I have 3 bikes it will fit. For grins I will test for myself how an 8.75 fits in my large Nomad. I'm curious, as I've been running a 650B wheel/tire in a 160mm fork. An 8.75 in the rear might be an interesting geometry experiment.

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    got myself a 25 dollar shock and a Hussefelt cranks for 24 bones. *****ing.

    (I own two Santa Cruz bikes)

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    what spline is this ?

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    howitser thingy. the BB is on sale too for 9 or 13 bucks. They are normally like 35-40

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    Do they ship abroad or not?

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    Thanks for the heads up! I just picked up a Float R XV. Does anyone know what the XV stands for? To make it a truly well rounded impulse buy I just assumed it meant it already has the high volume can installed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mattoid
    Thanks for the heads up! I just picked up a Float R XV. Does anyone know what the XV stands for? To make it a truly well rounded impulse buy I just assumed it meant it already has the high volume can installed.
    Yup! XV stands for Xtra Volume

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    Quote Originally Posted by CraigiB
    Yup! XV stands for Xtra Volume
    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CraigiB
    Yup! XV stands for Xtra Volume
    Dang, that info probably would have changed my order from the $25 shock to this one.

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    WTH, is it under "store" as when I click store it just pops open a new main website window.
    3po armorless, the first weight weenie.

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    hmmm

    Quote Originally Posted by protocol_droid
    WTH, is it under "store" as when I click store it just pops open a new main website window.
    clicking "store" should send you here:

    http://www.santacruzbicycles.com/catalog/

    if you want to go straight to the sale bits, type this:

    http://www.santacruzbicycles.com/cat...x.php?cPath=25

    but it should be working fine...
    hold my beer...

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    Mike,
    Great sale. Keep it up.

    By the way, do you write the copy on those emails?

    -Jason

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    Don't forget previous generation size small Nomads for 995.

    In addition to the screaming deals on our webstore, we've also uncovered a handful of previous generation Nomad frames that deserve to go to good homes. These are the old, 1 1/8" headtube model, and we only have them in small size, and only in gang green or sand colors. $995, including a fox Float R shock. Can't beat that deal with a stick!
    You can find one of these wonderbike by emailing our sales department here
    ↑ ↑ ↓ ↓ ← → ← → B A Select Start

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    Wife just bought a small Nomad for $995 + 30 for shipping!!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoelovesDirt
    Wife just bought a small Nomad for $995 + 30 for shipping!!!!!!!!
    Congrats. That is a killer deal.

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    Glad to see everyone scoring some great deals.

    MtotheF, a Jackal and a PBR will suffice as payment for my help to
    push your ware......even a scratched up demo would be fine. ( I am
    talking about the Jackal not the PBR though!)

    SKULLY
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    for those of you picking up those progressive shocks, avalanche will custom tune them.
    http://www.avalanchedownhillracing.com/

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    Crap

    Damn you guys for posting this!

    Just bought a Domain 180 and a Fox float XV for the Nomad... I did not need either Buuut for $175 I am willing to try 7" up front on the Nomad for the shuttle/ lift days; plus a backup shock.

    I also got one of those Truvative howitzer Cranks & BB.

    AND a t-shirt

    300 BUCKS!!!

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    I knew it!

    Quote Originally Posted by elsinore
    Damn you guys for posting this!

    Just bought a Domain 180 and a Fox float XV for the Nomad... I did not need either Buuut for $175 I am willing to try 7" up front on the Nomad for the shuttle/ lift days; plus a backup shock.

    I also got one of those Truvative howitzer Cranks & BB.

    AND a t-shirt

    300 BUCKS!!!
    You're just a bargain whore, ain't ya!

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    Oh crap!

    Quote Originally Posted by ancientwisdom
    for those of you picking up those progressive shocks, avalanche will custom tune them.
    http://www.avalanchedownhillracing.com/
    I had totally forgotten about this. Those look like some great mods to the 5th. If this 8.75 length doesn't do anything weird to my Nomad's geometry or pedaling characteristics, I'm gonna do this. Man, it sounds like a 5th can turn into something perhaps as good as a CCDB with these mods.

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