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    Can my wife at 5'4" fit a Medium TA? Can I at 6' have fun on a Medium TA? You might see where I'm going with this? If so, I am looking for a Medium TA frame and a set of cranks for 1x9.

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    Quote Originally Posted by in the trees View Post
    Yes, but you'll need a set of the new bolt-on SS dropouts.

    OK... thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoka Hey View Post
    Can my wife at 5'4" fit a Medium TA? Can I at 6' have fun on a Medium TA? You might see where I'm going with this? If so, I am looking for a Medium TA frame and a set of cranks for 1x9.
    It may work, but you would probably want to have two sets of components - straight post (with female saddle), ~60mm stem with medium width bars with a lot of sweep, and maybe light wheelset. And another with setback post, 90mm stem and wide bars. Then an adjustable fork to run 130mm for your wife and 150mm for you.

    I have a setup just like that, with Sektor RL U-turn, and planning on selling it (need to reduce down from eight bikes in my garage). It is as new, except for a few small scratches on right seatstay - from pinned pedals dragged against it during transport, should be easy to touch up. Orange medium. PM me if interested.

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    Quick questions, guys. I left my non-drive side dropout insert at my lbs when I mounted my tires tubeless. Just wondering if it would be alright to ride without it on, or I should wait until I can get it back on there. I'm running geared with a thru-axle, so currently on one side it has the derailleur hanger and the other is just the horizontal dropout.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seanpatrickb View Post
    Quick questions, guys. I left my non-drive side dropout insert at my lbs when I mounted my tires tubeless. Just wondering if it would be alright to ride without it on, or I should wait until I can get it back on there. I'm running geared with a thru-axle, so currently on one side it has the derailleur hanger and the other is just the horizontal dropout.
    That's how I run mine. The NDS insert is not necessary and my Hadley thru bolt is not long enough to handle the extra length from the insert.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gianpaolo#34 View Post
    ...my TransAM video :-)
    Way to rip that T/A,nice work!

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    I've got a green TransAm coming this weekend.

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    Mi ta!

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    Just got my 2011TA and need a headset, my LBS does Cane Creak, can anyone recommend one from Cane Creak?

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    Anybody have any pics of the newest TA cherry (they call it "transparent") red, other than the ones on the website?
    I'm dying to see what it looks like on the trails/outside!

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    hmm
    Has anybody seen the red one^ with their own eyes?
    The one in the bottom pic looks like a completely different colour, probably because of the lighting.

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    Nearly finished. Need a gear cable to be able to go for a ride, but I want a dropper post, new stem and bars and I want to get rid of a few headset spacers


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    Quote Originally Posted by Kamil View Post
    hmm
    Has anybody seen the red one^ with their own eyes?
    The one in the bottom pic looks like a completely different colour, probably because of the lighting.
    It's one of those colors that looks different in each picture due to lighting.

    With a black fork, especially Kashima, it looks good. It definitely grew on me, at first I didn't like it when they released it. I would get it or the pewter.




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    I agree, I think the red is beautiful. At first I thought they made a mistake offering it in that colour. Buut the more I looked at it, the more I liked it, hence why I was inquiring about pics

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    Old school RED - Today


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    Nobody has the baby blue?
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    I'm posting pics of mine as soon as I have enough posts. Just joined...
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    It has arrived - TransAM (pics)-uploadfromtaptalk1333588383680.jpg
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    Hey guys, noob question.
    Will a 150mm rear hub fit the new frame? (I'm looking to get tbc revolution 32 150 wheelset)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kamil View Post
    Hey guys, noob question.
    Will a 150mm rear hub fit the new frame? (I'm looking to get tbc revolution 32 150 wheelset)
    No.

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    Darn. Thanks eurospek
    Which size of the revolutions would work then?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kamil View Post
    Darn. Thanks eurospek
    Which size of the revolutions would work then?
    For the new frame you want the Revelotion32 that is Rear: 10x135mm, 12x135mmm, and 12x142mm convertible.

    With the stock configuration, 12x142 will work, 10x135 will work with additional frame adapters sold from Transition.

    The older TransAM frames take 10x135 only.

    And I might have a 2011 Float 36 for sale for your build. You in the USA?

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