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    New Scott Gambler

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    what's the thinking behind this new rig buckoW. Looks slack and low.
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    extreme D/H , that thing looks bad ass
    the weather is here wish you were beautiful

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    Wasn't keen on it at the start. Grew on me quickly though. Think it looks mint now!

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    Dunno. Thinkin they could have put a few more links in there somewhere. #cluster
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    Looks like a mess. It won't sell in a market dominated by clean, lightweight frames. Also, that pivot's way to high to not have an idler. In the early 2000s I had frames like that. They tugged on the peddles, wore out derailleur tension springs, and the chain skipped when trying to peddle through rocks. What a big step backward, they should have just cleaned up and lightened the Gambler. Poor Blenky has to race that thing all year.
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    That looks awesome!

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