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    09/2010 S-Works Stumpjumper HT

    Please post your 2009 or 2010 S-Works Stumpjumper pictures, please.. Thanks in advance.

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    Here you go

    Specialized S-Works HT 2009 17" & S90 fork
    Specialized Roval SL 2010's
    Specialized S-Works 42/26T crank
    Specialized Phenom SL 143mm white
    Woodman Chuppa carbon bar- ends
    Schwalbe Rocket Ron 2.25 with Joe's NoFlats Elite Racer Sealant
    Schwalbe Racing Ralph 2.1 with Joe's NoFlats Elite Racer Sealant
    Shimano XTR pedals
    SRAM XX triggers & matchmaker X
    SRAM XX 34.9 frontderailleur
    SRAM XX rearderailleur
    SRAM XX 11-36 cassette
    SRAM PC 1090 chain
    SRAM XX brakes 160/160
    Syntace F99 90mm stem
    Syntace Duraflite Carbon 25.4mm / 580mm handlebar
    ESI Chunky grips black
    Thomson Elite 30.9x400mm seatpost
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    my dream bike, beautiful

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    i like that a lot. did you just get the xx stuff? i got a 2010 29er sworks with the xx and it is a great setup.

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    Yes, I got the XX stuff from my local dealer. XX truly is the best I've had so far regarding brakes and shifting

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    i just picked up my bike last week, i can't ride it enough. The xx stuff really makes you work and it just wants to GO. Have a blast with your ride.

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    price of this bike?

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    Nice bike!!!!!!! It reallt looks great.

    Sorry to divert but are your Schwalbe tyres the evolution non UST type and did they seal up ok with the Rovals. I had some burping issues so have had to go back to tubes but was using stans and would like to try again and get them working tubeless.

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    Wow... that bike looks amazing! I'm working on getting a 29er version this spring... I can't wait. Its good to be hearing good things about the XX group too.
    Trestle Bridge Racing

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    The price is about 6300 euro, which equals $9500 ... I built it up from scratch. But : price of the standard bike is in the US $6100, in Europe €5999 which corresponds to $8999 ... how crazy is that? The Euro currency is at this moment 50% higher than the US dollar, and it has been higher than the $$ all year. Who is putting the currency exchange in his pocket?

    Have had zero issues making the Roval SL's tubeless, but .. don't use Stan's. With Stan's it's impossible to seal them, they will keep losing air. Best product is Eclipse sealant or Joe's NoFlats. Success guaranteed!

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    I wonder how much they cost in USA these rods

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    crankset s-works mtb

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    The 29er version

    S-Works all the bikes!
    Just another used cat for sale

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    Josh, i have had mine for a month now and it just keeps getting better. I have made a few adjustments but this bike wants to just "GO". Hope you are having as much fun with yours as i am with mine.

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    Haven't been able to ride much due to in-climate weather, but when I have been able to ride, it was allot of fun. It is very beautiful in my garage.

    S-Works all the bikes!
    Just another used cat for sale

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    holy cow, i wouldn't know what to do in that type of weather. are you in houston?

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    Mad cow, did you have to get a longer rear hose to run the XX rear brake on your S-Works Epic? I got the brakeset but the rear hose looks to be a bit short. My XT brakes that I took off of my Epic Marathon had a 1630mm rear hose. The SRAM seems to be around 1400mm. Any feedback will be appreciated.

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    I wonder how much they cost in USA these crankset s-works mtb

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    terrific wheelie JoshS
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    Quote Originally Posted by worthy_4242
    holy cow, i wouldn't know what to do in that type of weather. are you in houston?
    No, houston got some snow, but it didn't stick, mainly it has been raining allot. This was in Tulsa, OK while i was visiting my family for christmas.
    S-Works all the bikes!
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