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    yummy

    cooker27plus.chargebikes.com | Cooker 0

    chromo, rigid, proper gearing, cheap, sweet. just ditch the ghey a$$ rock ring.

    only limiting factor is you if that's how you roll.

    want one

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    Magic gear or how is the tension regulated?

    Looks sweet!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tuxxdk View Post
    how is the tension regulated?

    Eccentric bottom bracket

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    Quote Originally Posted by tuxxdk View Post
    Magic gear or how is the tension regulated?

    Looks sweet!
    super sweet. currently my only mtn bike is a cooker maxi from charge and i love the ride.

    magic gear, yes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geralt View Post
    Eccentric bottom bracket
    I don't think the Truvativ Powerspline is eccentric.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tuxxdk View Post
    I don't think the Truvativ Powerspline is eccentric.
    Eccentric bb with set screws. They work great. My ti independent fabrication 29 single had the same setup with a phil wood ebb.

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    Thanks for the link, I like that; a lot!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SlipSpace View Post
    Thanks for the link, I like that; a lot!!
    you have excellent taste, my friend

    just got off my charge from a pre work ride. fkna does the chromo ride so sweet. snappy and smooooooooooooothe....

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    I have the Cooker 29er. Great bike. Love the geometry. EBB creaks occasionally but I just take it out, clean & grease and its good to go for a couple months. Stock hubs are very heavy. I built new wheels for it with some Sun Ringle hubs I had and some wider rims.
    No moss...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeffw-13 View Post
    I have the Cooker 29er. Great bike. Love the geometry. EBB creaks occasionally but I just take it out, clean & grease and its good to go for a couple months. Stock hubs are very heavy. I built new wheels for it with some Sun Ringle hubs I had and some wider rims.
    ya a lil grease occasionally goes a long way. built up some nicer wheels for my maxi. stock 0 wheels will be the 1st to go once i beat the crAp out of em for a bit.

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    On the Cooker I found that it's way better to swap the original EBB and put a Bushnell EBB, it won't ovalize the BB at least and it is way lighter.

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    That thing looks awesome.

    Is the headtube 1 1/8? Would be a major bummer. That thing is begging for a Fox 34 and a dropper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spatchy View Post
    That thing looks awesome.

    Is the headtube 1 1/8? Would be a major bummer. That thing is begging for a Fox 34 and a dropper.
    no it's not. plenty of bikes out there that you can put a sissy fork on. dropper=yuck.

    1 1/8 ftw. works perfect for eons now and will continue to do so.

    keep it simple and real yo!

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