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    New Addition Trek Session 9.9 is complete....

    Built a new Session 9.9 to replace my 88, and well I got a ride in yesterday and while it was wet and soft out (which limited my speed alot) all I can say is I am seriously considering asking the wife if we can bring her into the bedroom......
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    Looks good and congratulations on your new purchase...

    I sat on one at my LBS and it feels more like a BMX then a DH. Love to have one thou

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    Be careful with those cranks... Other than that, beauty of a build!

    Just incase you had any second thoughts about carbon cranks .. - SouthernDownhill.com Forum

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    So pretty and I bet it rides even better than it looks.
    "Let the wheels spin."

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    bling-ady-bling-bling!
    Sweet.
    What accounts for the difference in weight from your calculations?

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    That is one BAD ASS looking bike ! look's super killer...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikemikemike View Post
    bling-ady-bling-bling!
    Sweet.
    What accounts for the difference in weight from your calculations?
    Mike - Not sure, I am running with the thought of some of the weights were wrong based on my exact part and either the photog'd weight on sicklines and/or mfg info in the one or two instances were I used it. The frameset with the steel spring was .5 heavier than it should have been during unboxing too. It is sitting at 32lbs. with Bonty carbon bars and standard ODI collars and such now, I am riding it as is

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