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    Enduro on the scales

    Heres my enduro build on the scales.

    and heres the spec:

    2005 Enduro pro frame
    5th Element shock
    RS Pike 454 coil forks
    Thomson x4 stem
    Race race evolve AM low rise cars
    ODI ruffian lock on grips
    Avids Juicy 5
    Sram X-7 shifters
    X-9 rear mech
    FSA head stock
    Mavic 321 rims black DT spokes
    Hope pro 2 hubs F&R
    XT crank set
    Deore front mech
    cassette
    545 pedals
    Sram Chain
    Thomson elite post
    SDG Bel air saddle

    not too bad but I'm getting older and may look for something lighter pos. Trek Fuel ex or the new stumpy
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    where did you get the scale?

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    Have you tried putting more air in the shock/tyres to try and make it lighter?? You'll want an engine next

    The scales look pleased enough with the weight?

    HTH

    Carlos

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    Quote Originally Posted by pro
    where did you get the scale?
    I have that exact scale and I got it off eBay. I've been pretty pleased with it. Measures in lbs, kg, and oz and once it finds the weight it keeps displaying it until you hit reset.
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    thats not bad, its probably lighter that my xc, and thats the older more hardcore enduro too, for a bike like that its a very respectable weight

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    what does a chain weigh?

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    300g

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    I guess its not so bad, we just weight my mates stumpjumper FSR Sworks at that came in at around the 30lbs mark which was a shock.

    martinRo eagle eyed smart arse not much gets passed you.

    Oh and I did get the scales from e bay cost around a tenner inc postage from

    http://stores.ebay.co.uk/365skyshop

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    I love enduros so just had a good look! Not been on a mtb for months due to living away from where mine are kept. Got to see mine sitting in the loft today, will be a long wait until september to use it again.

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