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    Where can I find a SC Bullit Frame- XL

    I have a large . It is on the small side for me . 2 rides and I love it. I would prefer shorter stem and less seatpost exposed.
    The Bullit is a great all purpose bike.

    Any suggestions greatly appreciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BubbaTime
    I have a large . It is on the small side for me . 2 rides and I love it. I would prefer shorter stem and less seatpost exposed.
    The Bullit is a great all purpose bike.

    Any suggestions greatly appreciated.
    E-bay or MTBR classifieds.

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    What sort of riding are you looking to use the Bullit for? I've got an XL that I might consider selling if the right offer came along. It's set up with an Avalanche shock, though, so it wouldn't be ideal for a trail bike.

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    Check with SC to see if you can pay the crash replacement price on a new XL front triangle. (~$200 US)

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    I bought a SC Nomad XL

    I have a SC Blur LT. XL fits perfect. Went with The XL Nomad . I continue to hear great things through MTBR reviews and magazines.

    Wasn't choosy on color. XL- size, and a DHX Coil w/600# spring. I'll run a Marzocchi all mountain 1 up front. Awesome fork.

    Thanks for your help with the Bullit. Someone will need a new large w/ 1 ride, 5 miles. Rip her down and post.

    I called SC and thier impossiable to contact. Great bikes not so great servive. Boys at Speedgoat can deal with that part.

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    Email Scott @ SC, he has always been great when I've needed help.

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    I ended up changing . XL Bullit. Those of you that rode a Bullit. It just soaks up all the good stuff. The BLT will be perfect for crosscountry. There is a bigger difference between BLT and Bullit than BLT and Nomad.

    Thanks CraigH, Santa Cruz got back to me and they were extremly helpful.

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