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    Quote Originally Posted by VTSession View Post
    So as the original starter of this thread, I felt it appropriate to order aTransAM 29er.
    did you get your transAM running? how you liking it? is it as much "fun" as the 26in version?

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    Anyone stick a 140 travel fork on their bike? If so how does it climb/descend/overall ride? Im thinking about throwing on the new xfusion trace.

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    Quote Originally Posted by markd0nalds View Post
    Anyone stick a 140 travel fork on their bike? If so how does it climb/descend/overall ride? Im thinking about throwing on the new xfusion trace.

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    mine is with a 140mm Micro Ti, no problems descending, but climbing is a bit hard, but I am on SS, 32/23. not sure if I run gears, it might be easier. planning to convert to 1x9

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    i'm running a 140mm fork up front on my 2012 TransAM 29

    I'm running a 140mm RS Revelation with a reversed 60mm Funn stem, very wide low rise Azonic bars and 2x9 setup. My 2012 TransAm 29 rides great in all terrain with a 140mm up front and it feels very confident inspiring down the rocky steeps. Now I'm not sure how it would ride with the new 2013 frame.

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    I am running a fox 140 on the front and it feels amazing on the descent and climbs very well , zero wandering even on steep climbs. I have the 2013 frame and it has been run SS for a few rides but now has a 1x10 set up that I have yet to try out . I will post up tomorrow and let you know if the front end stays down without running SS .

    I had a SC tallboy LTc and decided to swap it out for a couple of new steel frames and I have zero regrets for going this route . I built up the TA 29er now with gears and have a SS rigid soma juice (2013) that I just built up as well . The TA 29 is a very good frame , the steel feels really good even on braking bumps , rocky sections and roots .

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    i picked up a used 2012 frame in pewter just before xmas. building a set of wheels (hopes and tl28s) and waiting on a fork, hoping to have it built up and hit the trails soon. i've been riding my chromag samurai for the past few months, and recently can't help but feel that, while still a fun ride, a 26" hardtail is probably the least efficient option currently available for wet rides on the lower trails of the north shore. hoping the ta doesn't give up too much in the fun department, or else i'll probably go back to (suffering on) the chromag
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    What size is that Frame??

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    large/19.5"

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    is anyone riding a transam 29 with an internal gearhub (rohloff)?

    thanks
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    Well I have a brand new TransAM 29er frame sitting in my basement shop waiting for a few final parts. Fox Float 34 will be here tomorrow, Reverb post will be here Tuesday and E.13 LG+ chain guide will arrive next week. Wheels, drivetrain, everything else is ready to go. Can't wait to ride this friggin' thing.
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    2012 TransAM 29er

    Traded my TransAM 26 for this and am building it up. Psyched to ride it but the trails are flooded! It's gonna be singlespeed but I don't have money to order the horizontal dropouts so I'll be using a chain tensioner for now Terrible pic but you get the idea...
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    Well my 2013 TransAM 29er is done. The last parts were chainguide and grips and those arrived yesterday. Still debating if I want to bother to cut the Reverb hose.





    I want to ride this thing but its 15 degrees outside and the trails are a bit snowy. Damn it!

    I quick note for TransAM users looking to use a chain guide, MRP G2 chainguide will NOT fit the frame. The back plate hits the chainstays and won't sit on the tab properly. The e13 I'm using has smaller back plate and fits with some spacers.
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    ^ Is your Reverb cable NOT contacting the tire when slammed? I have mine routed around the post for this exact reason. And the 2013 graphics are a huge improvement over old TransAMs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eurospek View Post
    ^ Is your Reverb cable NOT contacting the tire when slammed? I have mine routed around the post for this exact reason. And the 2013 graphics are a huge improvement over old TransAMs.
    It's off the side of tire, but I haven't even ridden it yet to see if it hits the tire or rubs the frame. I'm hesitant to cut the hose, because I don't want to bleed the Reverb.
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    Great build, VTSession!

    Tell us more about the interference with the MRP G2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by in the trees View Post
    Great build, VTSession!

    Tell us more about the interference with the MRP G2.
    Thanks! I'm stoked to get it dirty.

    I originally had this MRP G2 guide and if you look at the back plate its got a much bigger diameter so the bottom left of the back plate hits the chain stay before it contacts the tab. You can use spacers but it will push the chain guide way too far out.



    This e13 TRS+ has a much lower profile back plate and only needs a 2.5 mm spacer (that comes in the box) to clear the chain stay.



    The e.13 is a perfectly functional guide but it lacks the bash guard of the MRP. Oh well.
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    @VTsession you can shorten the Reverb hose without rebleeding. Reverb hose shorten - YouTube

    tip: In my experience, it's easier to twist the remote, like you're screwing it into the line, then to turn the line back and forth like they do in the video.
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    Has anyone raced xc on a transam or ran it with a 100mm fork. I'm keen to do some racing and have a frame waiting to be built up. Just wondering if i should move it on and get something more racy, i like the transam's classic looks and the fact it has iscg tabs but the geo and weight may make it unsuitable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ruppguts View Post
    @VTsession you can shorten the Reverb hose without rebleeding. Reverb hose shorten - YouTube

    tip: In my experience, it's easier to twist the remote, like you're screwing it into the line, then to turn the line back and forth like they do in the video.
    I saw that video. It seems like some people need to rebleed after shortening the hose and some don't. Is there some trick to having to not rebleed it?

    I did reroute the cable since that pic was taken so it is through the seat stay yoke instead of off to the side. I dob't think I'm going to shorten it unless it becomes a issue.

    Edit: One more thing about the TransAM that hasn't been mentioned yet, the back end easily fits a Continental 2.4 Trail King. 2.5s look to be doable as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by boomforeal View Post
    i picked up a used 2012 frame in pewter just before xmas.
    final major piece of the build (2013 marz 44 mirco ti TA) showed up yesterday and after staring at it for weeks i'm finally putting this thing together. looks like i need a 31.8 low clamp top pull front derailleur, correct? i think that's the last piece, and if i can get it sorted out in the next day or two i'll have 3 new bikes ready for the trails this weekend (wtf)!

    edit: i think i'm in love

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    Got mine

    Here's Mine...2012 with a Fox Talas 34 Kashima...First ride will be this Sunday...
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    Wow...it's been a while since I've been on this thread. Stoked to see so many people on this bike. I've been running my TA geared and want to convert it to SS for a few months. I'm running the DT Swiss RWS 10x135 thrubolt and wondering if that will be sufficient enough to maintain the wheel position in the horizontal dropouts or are there chain tugs that people are using?
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    I was really suprised it was a bandit.

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    I'll figure out how to nuke this post in a minute, i guess i posted wrong window, I need to narrow down the old tab count
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    Just completed a grueling 55km jamboree on my SS TA bike, in 6 hours. Don't mine the human on the bike.

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    Are you running the horizontal dropuouts (looks like it)? Any wheel slippage? I'm doing a 70+ miler in September and want to use my TA as an SS for the race. I have the DT Swiss RWS thru bolt so I think it will be ok, not sure though.
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    Well, I hate that I just saw this....Ordered the MRP MiniG2 Steel last night. Do you know if the mini has a different backplate? I guess I'll give it a shot and see what happens. If it doesn't work I suppose I'll just return it and get an S4.

    Quote Originally Posted by VTSession View Post

    I originally had this MRP G2 guide and if you look at the back plate its got a much bigger diameter so the bottom left of the back plate hits the chain stay before it contacts the tab. You can use spacers but it will push the chain guide way too far out.


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    Quote Originally Posted by WarPigs View Post
    Just completed a grueling 55km jamboree on my SS TA bike, in 6 hours. Don't mine the human on the bike.

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    has anyone a picture of the red frame with white fork and rims/hubs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrjm View Post
    Are you running the horizontal dropuouts (looks like it)? Any wheel slippage? I'm doing a 70+ miler in September and want to use my TA as an SS for the race. I have the DT Swiss RWS thru bolt so I think it will be ok, not sure though.
    yups, running horizontal dropouts. I bought it and the 135mm geared dropouts, so I am free to use any wheels. I am running Hadley's 135x10mm hub with titanium bolts. The DT Swiss RWS should do just fine, if its paired to the correct hub.
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    btw, there was a bit of slippage when I didn't tighten the bolts properly, operator error.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lazymuf View Post
    Looking Good bro...Teh Gunung Satu hehehe
    hahaha thanks.
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    So, I got the MRP MiniG2 Steel to work. I barely had clearance so I gave it a couple of taps with a hammer to get a little more. I had to use the spacers. As for the upper guide I used one of the extra spacers. Works great. I wouldn't recommend this Chainguide if you want something to "plug n play" but it's exactly what I wanted and the right price at under $80.
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    Just finished building up the Transition TransAM 29'er ... dig it ... this is my first 29'er. Didn't really miss a beat going from 26" HT to 29" HT.

    (yup, I know ... there's a bit much steer tube exposed ... not totally sold on the forks yet, so I'll trim it down a bit if they're gonna be around for a while)


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    Xl ta 29 2012

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    Heres mine from NZ

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    At that stage running SS with a der as a tensioner now running 1 x 10, love it....

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    What size is your frame?

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    At that stage running SS with a der as a tensioner now running 1 x 10, love it....
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    Large, video here, 10 points if anyone can tell what the drum tracks from and who the drummer is ;Nigels New Transition Trans Am - YouTube

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    Quote Originally Posted by KenDeRailleurHanger View Post
    Large, video here, 10 points if anyone can tell what the drum tracks from and who the drummer is ;Nigels New Transition Trans Am - YouTube
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    Brilliant! I just wanted to see if anyone here was old enough to remember music from the seventies!

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    I really like these trans am 29ers. I am thinking of ditching my Heckler and getting one of these as my do it all bike. I love the simplicity. I ride in the Seattle area, just a trail rider nothing crazy. If I do want to do bigger stuff I'll either rent a big bike in Whistler or possibly just keep the Heckler. for those of you who use this as your everyday ride what are your thoughts on going back to a hard tail from a full suspension 6 inch bike? Thanks!

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    All purpose?

    Hey CharlieDog,
    I'm loving my TransAm 29, I did run it SS for around 6 months with a rear der as a tensioner. I rode it this way everywhere including shuttling at Rotorua.
    I changed to, then persevered with a thru axle on Transition SS drop outs which slipped often, before going 1 x 10.
    I also have a Kona Unit SS with a 100mm Fox Float, 60mm stem and 750mm bars that's nearly as much fun to ride.
    I've only had a few rides since changing to 1 x 10 on the TA and am looking forward to shuttling at Rotorua and taking it to the South Island next year.
    I do not miss my FS bike at all, I think the large capacity tires, 140 mm Revelation and the steel frame saw me ride all sorts of tracks and not suffer with a sore back or backside....... !

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    Hi CharlieDog,
    I used a Thudbuster to soften the hits, but now that I am running SS, I've since replaced it with a normal seatpost, as I no longer spin up the hills. I dismount and push if its too steep. hehehehhehe

    Even when bombing down, I've set fork, Zocchi Micto Ti to 140mm, I am standing up and leaning back. my previous 29er, a Zion 737, had rigid fork on. My TA 29er is scary fast on the descent!
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    Thanks for the replies everyone. I am sold on the bike. I can get a 2013 transam 29er for $2000 plus tax at the shop in Bellingham. The build leaves a little to be desired, a lot of X5 stuff and elixir 3 brakes. But it has a good fox fork. There is also a 2012 medium frame only on the transition website for $479. Wondering if I could do a total build including frame for under $2000 or if it would be better to buy the whole thing from the shop and replace drivetrain stuff as it wears out. I'll do some searching for build kits/parts online, but I am getting the bike one way or the other.

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    Look at merlincycles.com & wiggle. I think you could do a really nice, full xt build for 2-2,500. A lot cheaper than replacing all the lowend stuff transition puts on.

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    Well here it is. Was all set to buy a new one then this popped up for sale used. Medium 2012, stock build with a command post dropper and different saddle for $1500. Sold my Heckler to get this so quite a big change for me. This thing looks awesome. Ride report coming soon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CharlieDog View Post
    Well here it is. Was all set to buy a new one then this popped up for sale used. Medium 2012, stock build with a command post dropper and different saddle for $1500. Sold my Heckler to get this so quite a big change for me. This thing looks awesome. Ride report coming soon.
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    So I've had my Transam for a couple rides now and I am really glad I sold my Heckler and bought it. For the riding I do the vast majority of the time this bike is awesome. I was a little nervous going back to a hardtail after 2 previous full suspension bikes but it is so much fun. Some observations:

    1. It is definitely a different feel than a full suspension (duh) but the ride is not harsh, the frame is really stiff and the fox fork is super nice
    2. You have to be more careful with the lines you pick- no big deal just means you have to pay attention
    3. This thing is fast! I was flying through one section and I had to slow down because I was going to miss a turn, that has never happened with my old bike and I have ridden this same trail 100+ times. I am a 29er believer now
    4. Dropper post helps
    5. This thing is sick looking and gets a lot of compliments

    That's all I got for now hoping to get out on some other trails when I can

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    good to know you're enjoying the bike
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    On the Geometry chart for the TA29 do you measure from the center of the wheel to the bottom of the headtube?

    I am running a 2011 reba, I have heard it has a really short a2c despite 120mm travel. I would really like to get a 140mm F29 w/34mm stanchions. Anyone else done that?

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