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    Fisher Sawyer

    i'm liking the looks of this bike. it just screams for a SS conversion... what do you think?
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    meh
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    I kinda like it. Set up with a FC ebb bottom bracket, that could be very nice.

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    not as cool as the Broadsider.


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    Quote Originally Posted by vudu
    i'm liking the looks of this bike. it just screams for a SS conversion... what do you think?
    Oh hell YES!

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    that frame has sliding dropouts already.

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    JHK had one setup SS at SSWC this year. There is an interview with him about this but I can't find it anymore.
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    "that frame has sliding dropouts already."

    Even better...

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    Quote Originally Posted by vudu
    i'm liking the looks of this bike. it just screams for a SS conversion... what do you think?
    Agreed!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Pink57
    JHK had one setup SS at SSWC this year. There is an interview with him about this but I can't find it anymore.
    Here is a link to JHK's:
    http://singletrack.competitor.com/20...01&gallery=260

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    thanks for the link.. liking even more!!!

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    Not a fan of the HA and (likely) fork rake.

    Out of curiosity- any point of the double tt? I like it, but not something I'd want on my bikes.

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    There is a quite a lot of chatter about it on the 29er forum - 2 pages worth.

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    As usual, haters and lovers and YMMV

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    Quote Originally Posted by umarth
    Not a fan of the HA and (likely) fork rake.

    Out of curiosity- any point of the double tt? I like it, but not something I'd want on my bikes.
    its partly a throwback to the old clunker bikes, such as Gary Fisher's first mountain bike.

    Or are you asking about the twin tubes on the top most tube? In that case I know its a throwback to something, but I can't remember what

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    Quote Originally Posted by boomn
    its partly a throwback to the old clunker bikes, such as Gary Fisher's first mountain bike.
    That explains it.

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    For the money, the Rig is a nice choice with a Fox fork and Juicy 3s

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    I love the broadsider myself... but I'm stylistically biased!
    This poor thing's in my basment right now, need to get the thumb out!!
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