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    long travel frames

    im talking 160 fox 36 forks ,any material ss frames ,whats out there,

    at the mo im looking at a transition transam,not interested in santa cruz what other options are ther any pics or info of riders riding this kind of bike

    cheers

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    On One Inbred 456 also. Maybe a bit more XCish as far as durability(large frame is under 6 pounds) but I loved mine.

    Edit: Doh, forgot this is the SS forum sorry. Don't know if they made this frame with sliders or not.

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    anyone riding this kind of bike

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    Search The All Mountain Threads. There are several active threads for long travel HT frames. Transition TransAM looks sweet. Steel, geared and SS:

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    i had a 36 van on my Sinister Ridge for a while and it was fine, but loved it even more when I gave it a Pike. Mostly because the climbs were easier with the lock out and u-turn.
    I'm currently waiting for a custom Ventana El Toro for long travel and their pivoting slider drops.

    Drop an email to Chromag about their track drops, and Sinister is working on some paragon-esque drops.


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