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    I got me a Possum

    and It's very nice, but I did make a few changes before riding it - 2.35 tyres are a little OTT for my local rides.

    http://www.halfbee.fotopic.net/p27740617.html

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    The XO is a very sweet bike, isn't it?

    My wife hasn't ridden hers except for a quick up/down the street when she got it. Our bikes should be here Wed.
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    I weighed it at work on the posting scales at 27.7lbs wo pedals - sweet!

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    Quote Originally Posted by halfbee
    I weighed it at work on the posting scales at 27.7lbs wo pedals - sweet!
    Only 27.7? Impressive.
    But those Shimano pedals add what? One pound?

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    The pedals are 959's 346g if memory serves correct.

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    New question here. How about the LX

    I'm a trails rider in pocatello and I'm looking at the Fat Possum LX. What do you guys think? I'm thinking of replacing my hardtails with it. I thouroughly love the Nixon on it. It appears to be solid performing bike. what are your thoughts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by halfbee
    and It's very nice, but I did make a few changes before riding it - 2.35 tyres are a little OTT for my local rides.

    http://www.halfbee.fotopic.net/p27740617.html

    wow, interesting.

    A 6" front and back bike isn't OTT for the same trails your 2.35 tires are?

    to each their own!!

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