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    Thanks for the info droanx, I've done some online research and will probably check-out Santos very soon. I'm anxious to try out the Razzo in the dirt.

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    There is a race the weekend of 4/20 and 4/21. It is at the "Landbridge" trailhead so you can either join in on the fun or go to the "Santos" trailhead and avoid the crowds. I plan on being at the race but I'm currently sitting in a hospital room with my wife so we'll see what happens.

    You will not be disappointed with Santos. Yellow=easy blue=intermediate and red=advanced. Have fun!

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    I bought a small frame razzo 3 or 4 weeks ago and had the exact same thing Ragman had happen to him with his front hub bushing. I did the same thing....freaked out and couldn't figure out why my front wheel didn't fit. Then I looked in the black plastic hub protector and there was my bushing. Other than that I have been really pleased with the sette. I rode several demo bikes (Air 9, Felt carbon Hardtail,Specialized s-works Epic, Giant XTC carbon, Jamis ) and was ready to pull the trigger on the air nine but when the razzo went on sale last month I could not resist.So far the bike is great. Still getting used to it .( coming off a 26er specialized camber). Might just put me a set of Stans wheels on it and ride it a while.

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    Picts my brothers 1st mtb bike, I built it with old and new parts. It rides really nice!! He loves it!!
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    I bought a Sette Razzo 29er in 2010 for riding here in rocky, rooty Vermont. Can't beat the value of the components that come with the bike that's for sure. But I cracked two frames in the exact same place after one year of riding each frame-- on the top of the head tube right behind the headset. I am 160 pounds and don't do any jumping, so I find that odd that I was able to break a frame.

    Pricepoint was great about the warranty-- the sent me a new frame right away and gave me a $70 credit towards the first rebuild. After I broke the second one they gave me a credit for the price of a frame. I took the parts and put them on a Tall Boy.

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    Trying to do a 2x9 32t/22t front derailleur what is the correct/cheapest derailleur to get the job done? the ones i have laying around the house don't seem to work for me...thanks!

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    I still have the triple ring on my Razzo, but I might convert it to a 2x10 or maybe go with a 1x10. On another bike I have, a Transition Preston, I run it as a 2x9 with a SRAM x-7 and it works just fine. It's actually for a triple ring but I just adjusted the screw stop so the derailleur won't go past the 32T ring. I do use an x-9 shifter but if you want to save a few bucks the x-7 should be fine.

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    Sette Razzo 29er

    Im trying to make the ride on my girlfriend razzo 29er a little more comfortable for her...
    She currently has a 29x2.0 in the front and a 29x1.9 in the rear is running 2.2s going to make things any more comfortable?? I don't want to use a suspension post just trying to take a little edge off... Any ideas that won't break the bank?

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    Tubeless all the way !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ksousa81 View Post
    Im trying to make the ride on my girlfriend razzo 29er a little more comfortable for her...
    She currently has a 29x2.0 in the front and a 29x1.9 in the rear is running 2.2s going to make things any more comfortable?? I don't want to use a suspension post just trying to take a little edge off... Any ideas that won't break the bank?
    2.2's in Ikon, Wolverine, Conti's or Fast Track Controls running tube less would work. Add a CC Thudbuster and she just may out ride you!
    Wait,who did he tell you that?....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ksousa81 View Post
    Im trying to make the ride on my girlfriend razzo 29er a little more comfortable for her...
    She currently has a 29x2.0 in the front and a 29x1.9 in the rear is running 2.2s going to make things any more comfortable?? I don't want to use a suspension post just trying to take a little edge off... Any ideas that won't break the bank?
    I put Geax Gato 2.3's on mine and it made a HUGE difference. See the thread I made on here about how 2.3's can (easily) fit on a Razzo.

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