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    The Titus Factory Store is now online

    http://shop.titusti.com

    Frames and spare parts available.
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    are all the frames the same price?
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    Quote Originally Posted by sxr-racer
    are all the frames the same price?
    $999 for aluminum, carbon $1199, Ti $1499.
    If you need a rear shock, $223.
    Details on the site. Prices show up after you choose color and size.
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    Geez.... 1G for a Guapo. Tempting, very tempting.
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    Shiggy,
    On the shopsite, in the spare parts, MotoLite is mentioned as Motorlite several times.
    You might want to correct that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kovi
    Geez.... 1G for a Guapo. Tempting, very tempting.

    The shipping doesn't seem to work outside of US

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    2011 EG's???

    You might want to check some of the specs you have listed for the El Guapo. Unless these were new frames for sale in 2011 with some refinements, you have a couple of errors. You have it listed as 150mm travel and with a tapered headtube, the 2010 frames were 155mm travel with a straight 1.5" headtube. Interesting that you are going with the Monarch shock, I had trouble getting the most out of my Fox RP23. I have a Monarch on order in the "mid" tune, do you know what tune you were going to supply for the EG?
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    Man, those prices are very tempting to say the least...

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    BikerBob has been on the net for years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anvil_den
    The shipping doesn't seem to work outside of US
    You should find a friend inside of the US and have him ship it for you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by anvil_den
    The shipping doesn't seem to work outside of US
    Contact Unreal Cycles

    They are doing the sales and fulfillment. Will be able to sort out the shipping.
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    Quote Originally Posted by craigstr
    You might want to check some of the specs you have listed for the El Guapo. Unless these were new frames for sale in 2011 with some refinements, you have a couple of errors. You have it listed as 150mm travel and with a tapered headtube, the 2010 frames were 155mm travel with a straight 1.5" headtube. Interesting that you are going with the Monarch shock, the Fox RP23's Titus had on the 2010's were junk. I have a Monarch on order in the "mid" tune, do you know what tune you were going to supply for the EG?
    Will get the corrections made.

    I do not know the specifics on the shock tune. Will find out.
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    Fox RP23

    Any chance to upgrade to the original Fox RP23 with Boost Valve?
    Any OEM Fox front suspension to go with the frames?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bikerbob.com
    Any chance to upgrade to the original Fox RP23 with Boost Valve?
    Any OEM Fox front suspension to go with the frames?
    AFAIK we have no Fox products remaining.
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    What is the warranty going to be on these, what type of spare parts may be available down the road? (say for instance on a rockstar Ti - are more rear ends being sourced if there is a problem at some point?

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    Fox shocks would bring a higher price for sure

    Quote Originally Posted by Bikerbob.com
    Any chance to upgrade to the original Fox RP23 with Boost Valve?
    I've heard great things about the Fox RP23 on the X and FTM's, The frames were designed around the Fox offering and you cant beat the reliability of the Float air shocks, so simple to service as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shiggy
    http://shop.titusti.com

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    Hi,
    At first blush this appeared to be good news (the availability of spare parts), however the commentary on the site,

    we are clearing the old frames from an incredible $999 (+ $223 for a custom-tuned Rock Shox Monarch shock.)
    This should give you something to chew on whilst we line up some new bikes for later in the year
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    Am I incorrect in reading this to mean current frames and parts are being cleared permanently, and this factory shop will not carry nor manufacturer any pre 2011 frame pieces or parts once this clearance process is complete?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Closeburn
    Hi,
    At first blush this appeared to be good news (the availability of spare parts), however the commentary on the site,

    we are clearing the old frames from an incredible $999 (+ $223 for a custom-tuned Rock Shox Monarch shock.)
    This should give you something to chew on whilst we line up some new bikes for later in the year
    ,

    Am I incorrect in reading this to mean current frames and parts are being cleared permanently, and this factory shop will not carry nor manufacturer any pre 2011 frame pieces or parts once this clearance process is complete?

    Thanks.

    same question I have..that is still a lot of Jack for say...a rockstar if the rears become obsolete

    Shiggy?

    The other question of course is ifnthat is the case will there be a generous trade in program available on the family of bikes?


    If not..those deals are not appealing. especially on the bikes with carbon rears.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Closeburn
    Hi,
    At first blush this appeared to be good news (the availability of spare parts), however the commentary on the site,

    we are clearing the old frames from an incredible $999 (+ $223 for a custom-tuned Rock Shox Monarch shock.)
    This should give you something to chew on whilst we line up some new bikes for later in the year
    ,

    Am I incorrect in reading this to mean current frames and parts are being cleared permanently, and this factory shop will not carry nor manufacturer any pre 2011 frame pieces or parts once this clearance process is complete?

    Thanks.
    We really do not know yet. Still working with the old suppliers and talking with new suppliers.

    Time is required to evaluate what is and is not working with the current designs, and how to move forward.

    Sorry I can not be more specific. I just do not know.
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    Wow.. Rockstar Ti for $1500 .. Probably best there's no large size available. But man I wish there was.

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    Buyer beware on 2010 FTM Carbon's. I know for fact that at full compression a proper 2.35" tire hits the rear seat tube. Titus didn't discover this until after the molds were cut so frame mods weren't able to be made to address the issue. The next best thing for a fix was to have Fox use a very small bumper internally to slightly shorten the stroke of the stock shock to prevent the contact. I doubt this has been accounted for with the Monarch's, so be prepared for tire strikes!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AssClown
    Buyer beware on 2010 FTM Carbon's. I know for fact that at full compression a proper 2.35" tire hits the rear seat tube. Titus didn't discover this until after the molds were cut so frame mods weren't able to be made to address the issue. The next best thing for a fix was to have Fox use a very small bumper internally to slightly shorten the stroke of the stock shock to prevent the contact. I doubt this has been accounted for with the Monarch's, so be prepared for tire strikes!
    This issue is well documented and fixed with the custom Rock Shox Monarch we have on order.

    To fix we have ordered custom shocks with bump stop to reduce travel and prevent tire hitting seat tube at full travel.

    Customers with issues on existing bikes could upgrade to the Monarch as a fix.

    The valving also makes for better more responsive ride than with the original Fox.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shiggy
    We really do not know yet. Still working with the old suppliers and talking with new suppliers.

    Time is required to evaluate what is and is not working with the current designs, and how to move forward.

    Sorry I can not be more specific. I just do not know.
    Thankyou for your timely and up front response.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shiggy
    Contact Unreal Cycles

    They are doing the sales and fulfillment. Will be able to sort out the shipping.

    The shipping part seems to be fixed today, was able to get the estimate at the checkout.

    Do I order direct from http://shop.titusti.com ?

    Roped in a couple of buddies who's been drooling over mine and building up for them. So just trying to go with the most hassle free way. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anvil_den
    The shipping part seems to be fixed today, was able to get the estimate at the checkout.

    Do I order direct from http://shop.titusti.com ?

    Roped in a couple of buddies who's been drooling over mine and building up for them. So just trying to go with the most hassle free way. Thanks.
    Yes, the Titus site is the place to order.
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    Thanks for the quick response...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Giant
    same question I have..that is still a lot of Jack for say...a rockstar if the rears become obsolete

    Shiggy?

    The other question of course is ifnthat is the case will there be a generous trade in program available on the family of bikes?


    If not..those deals are not appealing. especially on the bikes with carbon rears.
    The word I have received is there have been very few issues with the full carbon rear ends used on the Rockstar (both Al and Ti), and the Carbon and Ti X and FTM frames.

    The rear end on the aluminum X and FTM frames is a different design and all of the ones on the Titus Shop are more robust "2010" version.

    Future supply is still being worked out with the suppliers.
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    Just placed order for a brown medium el guapo. Initially I had an issue with my order going through on the website so I called phone support and they were very friendly and helpful. Tried my order again on the website while on the phone with support, went through that time and they confirmed it. Frame ships tomorrow and shock ships in two weeks!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shiggy
    The rear end on the aluminum X and FTM frames is a different design and all of the ones on the Titus Shop are more robust "2010" version.
    Other than for the carbon X, there does not appear to be any seatstays for the X on the online store. Or does the carbon X seat stay fit the Aluminum X frame?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BBSNX
    Just placed order for a brown medium el guapo. Initially I had an issue with my order going through on the website so I called phone support and they were very friendly and helpful. Tried my order again on the website while on the phone with support, went through that time and they confirmed it. Frame ships tomorrow and shock ships in two weeks!!
    Good start of the year!
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    Guapstar freak experiment

    I haven't seen a Rockstar, would that rear end fit an El Guapo?

    If the main pivot spacing is the same, seems like the seat stays could mate to the EG rocker w/ a bolt and a couple spacers
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    Any shock update Shiggy?

    Did you ever find out what tune it is? Will they be in stock in two weeks? How about spacers, do they come with the correct spacers?

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    2 Orange EG ordered.
    2 more potential ones.. is there a further bulk discount?


    on a serious note, are those proprietary size main pivot bolts and shock mounting bolts available?
    I don't see them under the spares and if available, is there anyway these could be added in with an order?

    (I searched but dont think the size of the main pivot bolt was given out before for the EG and havent taken mine out to measure so far).
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    Quote Originally Posted by anvil_den
    2 Orange EG ordered.



    on a serious note, are those proprietary size main pivot bolts and shock mounting bolts available?
    I don't see them under the spares and if available, is there anyway these could be added in with an order?

    (I searched but dont think the size of the main pivot bolt was given out before for the EG and havent taken mine out to measure so far).
    I'm looking for the same.

    Also a size L FTM Ti. I only saw medium, bummer!!!
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    FTM large

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    I'm looking for the same.

    Also a size L FTM Ti. I only saw medium, bummer!!!
    Got one left here. 2010.
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    will the 2010 rear end for the FTM fit on a 2009 FTM?
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    will the 2010 rear end for the FTM fit on a 2009 FTM?
    Negative. Asked that myself not too long ago.
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    The LBS can't be too happy to see the inventory being cleared for less than they paid for it.
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    What size shock for 2010 EG? 8.5x2.5?
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    yep

    Quote Originally Posted by SingleTrackHound
    What size shock for 2010 EG? 8.5x2.5?
    you are correct

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    yep

    Quote Originally Posted by zorg
    The LBS can't be too happy to see the inventory being cleared for less than they paid for it.
    I dont think they could be very happy about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zorg
    The LBS can't be too happy to see the inventory being cleared for less than they paid for it.
    Way I look at it, yeah, they may not be happy, but had they pushed Titus more than Specialized and Trek then Titus may not have gotten into the shape they were in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by craigstr
    you are correct
    How'bout shock uppper and lower reducer (spacer)?
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    Quote Originally Posted by sxr-racer
    Way I look at it, yeah, they may not be happy, but had they pushed Titus more than Specialized and Trek then Titus may not have gotten into the shape they were in.
    Right or wrong, it seems to indicate to me that Titus is not pursuing a retail strategy going forward. The LBS won't be too enthusiastic about selling Titus after this fire sale. I"m not criticizing, but that seems the logical conclusion. I hope that Planet X knows what it's doing, because they probably burnt their bridges pretty badly with the LBS on this one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zorg
    Right or wrong, it seems to indicate to me that Titus is not pursuing a retail strategy going forward. The LBS won't be too enthusiastic about selling Titus after this fire sale. I"m not criticizing, but that seems the logical conclusion. I hope that Planet X knows what it's doing, because they probably burnt their bridges pretty badly with the LBS on this one.
    Do you think they would have luck getting bikes shops to purchase their remaining inventory??? I think at this point it is more about getting some inventory moved and cash flow coming in. Honestly, I would think any LBS would be sceptical of buying any Titus bikes at this point because they do not know what is going to happen and if their is a warranty issue, Is Titus really there to take care of "Their" customer.
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    Let's try not to muck up the Factory Store thread with political banter and market forecasts, create another thread more on topic for that please. I don't want to have to go digging through dozens of pages just to get info on the available parts. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by salimoneus
    Let's try not to muck up the Factory Store thread with political banter and market forecasts, create another thread more on topic for that please. I don't want to have to go digging through dozens of pages just to get info on the available parts. Thanks.
    All the Info is in the first post.

    There are already several "TITUS" threads, no need to start another one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sxr-racer
    All the Info is in the first post.

    There are already several "TITUS" threads, no need to start another one.
    Then go post your market and company politics predictions in one of those threads, it's off topic here. This thread is about the Factory Store and website, have some respect for the OP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anvil_den
    on a serious note, are those proprietary size main pivot bolts and shock mounting bolts available?
    I don't see them under the spares and if available, is there anyway these could be added in with an order?

    (I searched but dont think the size of the main pivot bolt was given out before for the EG and havent taken mine out to measure so far).
    I've been searching for a main pivot bolt for a while now. Filled out the Titus form as soon as it was available.
    Hope Chris2fur's gonna start making these...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeerhillJDOG
    I've been searching for a main pivot bolt for a while now. Filled out the Titus form as soon as it was available.
    Hope Chris2fur's gonna start making these...
    Thanks.

    Will dig that thread out and fill a form. I thought if there were spares, they could drop it in with frames I just ordered. Sent a separate email but havent got a reply yet.

    Mine's due to be taken apart for a bearing change...just waiting when that slight play in the rear tri is detected...should be anytime soon given all the muck I've been riding in the past rainy year. Lived near a "hardware street" and just gonna try my luck there for some additional spares when I get the bolt out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shiggy
    The word I have received is there have been very few issues with the full carbon rear ends used on the Rockstar (both Al and Ti), and the Carbon and Ti X and FTM frames.
    I can't speak for the other models but I just broke the rear end of my 2009 FTM for the second time and I've read about others with the same problem. Not sure how "very few" is being defined in this case.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m0t1v4t3
    I can't speak for the other models but I just broke the rear end of my 2009 FTM for the second time and I've read about others with the same problem. Not sure how "very few" is being defined in this case.
    There were changes made from '09 to '10.

    And the aluminum main frame FTM (which I believe you have) does not use the full carbon rear end. It is the full carbon design that has had the fewest issues.
    Quote Originally Posted by shiggy
    The word I have received is there have been very few issues with the full carbon rear ends used on the Rockstar (both Al and Ti), and the Carbon and Ti X and FTM frames.

    The rear end on the aluminum X and FTM frames is a different design and all of the ones on the Titus Shop are more robust "2010" version.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shiggy
    http://shop.titusti.com

    Frames and spare parts available.
    Just wanted to thank shiggy and others at On-One / Titus ... just received my Fireline dropouts I ordered through the new website

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    Quote Originally Posted by shiggy
    There were changes made from '09 to '10.

    And the aluminum main frame FTM (which I believe you have) does not use the full carbon rear end. It is the full carbon design that has had the fewest issues.
    But from my understanding, those that you have will not fit on a 2009. so, that does nothing for those of us with 09 FTM's. If mine breaks I guess I will have some very expensive wall art.
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    If I would still prefer Fox shock, what fitting details should I look for looking for RP23 for EG size small ?
    I'm not yet really savvy in shock fittings for particular frames, I hear often the shock to be properly valved to fit particular frame...what does that mean ?
    What kind of Fox RP23 to fit EG ?

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    No more Rockstar seat stays?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeerhillJDOG
    I haven't seen a Rockstar, would that rear end fit an El Guapo?

    If the main pivot spacing is the same, seems like the seat stays could mate to the EG rocker w/ a bolt and a couple spacers
    And what are you thinkign about? I love "tweekers"!
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    Smile Fox rp23 for FTM?

    Does anybody know where I can get a Fox rp23 "valved" for a 2010 FTM Alloy? I'm ready to pull the trigger on the Titus website.... However, I've got this sweet tooth for Fox products and kinda a bad taste in my mouth from RS (monarch) products. Do I really need the Fox"valved" version on the FTM alloy?
    Thanks in advance for your words of wisdom!

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    Does anybody know where I can get a Fox rp23 "valved" for a 2010 FTM Alloy?
    1 800 fox shox or foxracingshox.com

    They'll sell you anything with any type of valving you want.
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    Can someone send me a link that shows how to fix the tire rubbing issue? I just bought a FTM Carbon and it has the Fox RP23. I really don't want the Monarch and have to pay the extra bucks.

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    After reading some of KY's posts

    Quote Originally Posted by DaGoat
    And what are you thinkign about? I love "tweekers"!
    not so sure now

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeerhillJDOG
    I've been searching for a main pivot bolt for a while now. Filled out the Titus form as soon as it was available.
    Hope Chris2fur's gonna start making these...
    You got yours yet?

    I totally missed it first time round... its all along in the "spares" section

    Just tagged that along on a fren's order... a bit steep at $40 with 4 main bearings but at least that saves me the work of running around to hunt for one.

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    Good job!

    Quote Originally Posted by anvil_den
    You got yours yet?

    I totally missed it first time round... its all along in the "spares" section

    Just tagged that along on a fren's order... a bit steep at $40 with 4 main bearings but at least that saves me the work of running around to hunt for one.
    Now to find the aluminum rocker bolts. .the threads aren't pointed, they're flat tipped. Is there a name for that type of thread

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    Not another one! This bolt-hunting affair is driving me nuts
    ...and nothing (touch wood) is even broken in the first place

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    Quote Originally Posted by anvil_den
    Not another one! This bolt-hunting affair is driving me nuts
    ...and nothing (touch wood) is even broken in the first place
    Gave up on this one after 10 minutes, it's specific.

    Metric aluminum button head shoulder screw square threads

    The square threads seem to throw the search, maybe trapezoidal?? don't remember what they look like now

    http://mdmetric.com/tech/thddat16.htm
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    Pic for your search reference

    Yup the ends are trapezoidal, 30 degree dome.
    My calipers decided to go for a holiday... can't take measurements for now.


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    Man, if I had a G to blow, I would totally get a Rockstar alu frame.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeerhillJDOG
    I've been searching for a main pivot bolt for a while now. Filled out the Titus form as soon as it was available.
    Hope Chris2fur's gonna start making these...
    Word is that Titus is coming back, at least in the US so we are backing out of making the hardware. Found out just before pulling the trigger on running a batch of pivot bolts... No sense investing in what will be available from Titus....

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    Good to hear

    Quote Originally Posted by Chris2fur
    Word is that Titus is coming back, at least in the US so we are backing out of making the hardware. Found out just before pulling the trigger on running a batch of pivot bolts... No sense investing in what will be available from Titus....
    Thanks for the heads up.

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