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    hardrock to a enduro ?

    Hi im new to this site and have a question.

    I currently own a Hardrock pro disc, its a great bike! but now I have discovered the enduro!
    i love the frame on that. So, now im wondering if i could buy the enduro frame and fit all my hardrock components on to the frame. Would this be possible? The forks will be upgraded but everything else I still plan to use.

    thanks!

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    Enduro 130 or new 150?

    I'm not sure which frame you are after but I may have some answers for you. I have an 05 Enduro 130 (old style) an my buddy has a new S-Works 150.

    The only way you can get a new frame only is an S-Works ($2200us) unless you can find a used frame for sale.

    Obviously you will need a longer travel fork.

    The front derailer and bottom bracket may not work off your old bike but everything else should be fine (although heavy). Might need new cables too.

    I woul recommend going to a 7" or 8" front brake. If you have the Avid mechanicals you can buy the bracket and rotor to save some $$.

    My only complaint is the low BB height so I put a bashguard in place of the big ring and I am going to try a slightly longer rear shock 7.825 (stock length is 7.625).

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