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    My 2009 Trek 6000.

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    Only the frame and the seatpost are original. All other bits and pieces have been upgraded.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HighLife420
    Was so excited, i took her for a ride around the shop =) snapped off a pic while it was BRAND SPANKING NEW.



    THEN!!!!!



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    Got some new parts off the classified forums...new saddle, new stem, new handlebars.

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    [QUOTE=HighLife420]Was so excited, i took her for a ride around the shop =) snapped off a pic while it was BRAND SPANKING NEW.



    THEN!!!!!





    Tell me about your seat post.

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    It's old school. Rock shox first suspension post. No spring, nylon rod that compresses. Works surprisingly well. Not a thud buster, but weighs about half of that. Doesn't work miracles, but it does let me sit more often.

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    "Wish not so much to live long, as to live well." - Benjamin Franklin

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    Trek 8000

    here is my used $125 Trek...anybody know what color it is?.thanks
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    since we are putting up the vintage treks.. Here's mine
    1990 Singletrack 930


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    Here she is. 2010 ex 8 with:

    Fox Talas w/ Terralogic 110-140mm
    Hadley hubs w/ thru axle
    ZTR Alpine tubless wheels with bonty XR4's
    XT crank
    SRAM X.9 rear Derailleur
    XTR front Derailleur
    SRAM X.0 shifters
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    I guess it's about time I post pics of mine. I love her to death, but she may be for sale. I'm considering getting a Fuel EX instead...

    I've replace just about every Bontrager piece on this bike except for the rear through-axle.









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    Why are you thinking about switching? I ask because I am torn between a remedy and a fuel at the moment.

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    hifi pro... in captivity. it has since been reintroduced to it's natural habitat.

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    really nice bike man...im jealous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by radials
    I've replace just about every Bontrager piece on this bike except for the rear through-axle.
    This is something I don't understand, but seems to be a theme through out this whole MTBR forum. Why is it that new bike owners are quick to replace 90% of their bike parts including tires after purchasing a brand new bike? Not to pick on you, but it looks like you haven't even ridden this bike yet. Seems to me, that one would ride the heck out of a new bike, like I do, and replace parts as they break or wear out? What am I missing?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarguy
    This is something I don't understand, but seems to be a theme through out this whole MTBR forum. Why is it that new bike owners are quick to replace 90% of their bike parts including tires after purchasing a brand new bike? Not to pick on you, but it looks like you haven't even ridden this bike yet. Seems to me, that one would ride the heck out of a new bike, like I do, and replace parts as they break or wear out? What am I missing?
    Hates money. Likes bike bling. I would hazard a guess to say that better than 50% of purchases for replacement are for products who's useful life has not been consumed. I am/have been guilty of this practice. Now I will still replace stuff when I get a new bike. See my Hifi above.
    I swapped out @ POS:
    Handlebars because I didn't "get" the 17* big sweeps for a carbon Crank Brothers Cobalt
    Wheels from Bontrager Race X Lite for a more sensible (my opinion) Sun Ringle Disc-O-Flea - they were used.
    Seatpost from the hefty mast that was installed to a lying around Thompson w/ Setback

    I did leave a lot of 'not-too-sexy' components on it that work just fine including all of the drivetrain and the not-bling-at-all bontrager RXL stem.

    Long and the short - a lot of that stuff is just jewelery for dudes. Can't point fingers without pointing back @ myself. I am guilty too. To your point (and you do have a valid one) I don't even belong on a $3600 bike - the thing is, my wife lets me do it and who am I to say no.

    Lastly, try not to judge too much based on what the picture shows. My bike in the photo is new too... I assure you it doesn't look like that any more.
    I posted a photo once of my dog filthy after he'd just dug a hole in the back yard - suddenly I was an animal abuser. I thought it was funny because he was out there for just a couple of minutes before it happened (maybe 5 minutes - I let him out and then went to drop a deuce) and he's never dug holes before. People were calling for me to give up my dog because it didn't look like I took care of him... he needed to get out (and do dog things)- he was in his kennel for a good part of the day. BTW - no one said anything about him being in a kennel for the day which is what I am concerned about... not all the time is it about what you see.
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    more or less i would consider swapping out some parts would be more of a personalization it many ways more than a direct need. I have done my pedals just cuz im not huge on spd the seat cuz i kinda tore up the stock on and i went from nobby tires to some more urban friendly burly tires. just a thought

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    Quote Originally Posted by FFT
    I see you went 1x on both. Thinking about doing it on my 9.7. Where did you buy your chainrings?
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    EX9

    "Don't ride faster than your guardian angel can fly"

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    Quote Originally Posted by pyrotyro
    The sunset is cool.
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    2011 Trek Mamba enjoy






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    Trek 730 14speed Mod

    up for a little street action? 53/39 up front and classic top mount shifters take this old 98 Hybrid to new levels!
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    A few upgrades to my 2011 Fuel EX 9.7


    Shimano XTR 985 pedals...
    P.S. These are awesome pedals!

    New Easton EC70 carbon bars...
    Haven't had time to really test them out yet.
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    On the trail pic =) and got my wheel set...goooo gators =)



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    Quote Originally Posted by HighLife420
    On the trail pic =) and got my wheel set...goooo gators =)


    nice bike. GOOO CANES!!!!!!!

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    2011 Mamba

    New this weekend....now just need it to stop raining!! Grrr!




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    Quote Originally Posted by egapal
    New this weekend....now just need it to stop raining!! Grrr!

    love my mamba so far. you should get some enjoyable rides out of yours. i have already changed out a bunch of stuff so far. only the drive train on mine is still stock

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    My first mountain bike <a href="http://www.trekbikes.com/us/en/bikes/mountain/sport/4_series/4300_disc#/us/en/model/features?url=us/en/bikes/mountain/sport/4_series/4300_disc">Trek 4300 Disc</a> - I biked 2 miles on the <a href="http://www.pbase.com/smith_xt/image/134703764">off road trails</a> this morning and it was very wet from raining in the night, then 10 miles on the Trace.
    Not bad for someone who's <a href="http://www.pbase.com/smith_xt/image/125291175">pelvis was broken in four places</a> almost this time last year.


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    2011 Trek Fuel EX 8

    Here's mine. Love it so far!
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    Quote Originally Posted by probablecauz
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    which pedals are you using?they look comfy. I got a marlin and have been considering changing the pedals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ReD727
    which pedals are you using?they look comfy. I got a marlin and have been considering changing the pedals.

    they are HT AN01. got them off of ebay but i dont think the seller is on there anymore. they grip really well.

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    My bone-stock 2004 Trek 4900. This is my first foray into cycling in nearly 18 years but the first ride with my son today was amazing! The body mechanics all came back to me like I'd just been riding yesterday.

    Once I have a better feel for what I want out of this rig, I'll start upgrading....

    Oh, the one thing that really surprised me was how solid the front brake grabbed. Nearly stood myself up on the nose the first time I four-fingered it!






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    Quote Originally Posted by gnphiker
    My first mountain bike <a href="http://www.trekbikes.com/us/en/bikes/mountain/sport/4_series/4300_disc#/us/en/model/features?url=us/en/bikes/mountain/sport/4_series/4300_disc">Trek 4300 Disc</a> - I biked 2 miles on the <a href="http://www.pbase.com/smith_xt/image/134703764">off road trails</a> this morning and it was very wet from raining in the night, then 10 miles on the Trace.
    Not bad for someone who's <a href="http://www.pbase.com/smith_xt/image/125291175">pelvis was broken in four places</a> almost this time last year.

    Nice. Be careful with that kickstand offroad though, or you might break your new pelvis. I'd take it off unless you really need it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mightymouse
    Nice. Be careful with that kickstand offroad though, or you might break your new pelvis. I'd take it off unless you really need it.
    Yeah its been taken off since that photo was taken along with the reflectors too ... ... I was actually taking it rather easy on the trails but hoping to get out in the morning.

    Rode 5 miles this morning and the Pelvis is holding up well. Never thought I'd be biking this time last year.

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    ... and if we just ...

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    My Trek 3900 D with some mods

    Can you list your upgrades please?
    Looking to do some similar color accents to my new 6000.

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    Good colors!!!
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    Do any of you know which trek model's start getting double walled wheels? I just bought a 3500 and might trade it in for the 3900 but i'm pretty sure they are still single walled. Is it worth the extra 150 bucks?

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    anyone else with matching bikes?
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    I have a 2011 Trek 1.2 and a 2011 Trek Cobia, not exactly matching in color =)



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    Another photo of my Trek 4300 Disc and new Osprey Raptor 6 Hydration Pack.

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    so nice ah!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by probablecauz View Post
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    What all did you upgrade on this bike? And can you tell me more or share a link about the iPhone mount you have there? What apps are you using with it for MTB?
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    My 2010 Fuel EX 8
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisMc73 View Post
    What all did you upgrade on this bike? And can you tell me more or share a link about the iPhone mount you have there? What apps are you using with it for MTB?


    changed brakes to BB7's 185MM fr / 160MM R, Avid SD Ti brake levers, Shimano SLX crankset w BB. Race Face Sixc carbon bars, Bontrager racelite stem, Cane Creek headset, HT AN01 pedals, Thomson seat post, Jagwire ripcord brake and shifter cables, Stan's tubeless. the mount is by TIGRA. http://www.amazon.com/Tigra-Technolo.../dp/B004IE0RWK i have an ipod so no GPS. there arent any good apps for me. there are apps that work well with iphone. just need to search the app store. when i use the mount now i have it on the stem. it comes off easily. so only have it on there when really needed.

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    Nice looking Treks! Vintage ones rock too, here's my '96 930 Singletrack.

    <img src="https://sites.google.com/site/webfiles9548/96Trek930.jpg">

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    Just wanted to make a suggestion...
    If you quote someone, best if you remove the links to their photos (Links are anything between the tags.). If not, we will be looking at the same photos over and over and over.
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    Photos of your TREK'S-imag0219.jpg
    My "08" 6000. Only upgrades so far are tires and grips. The saddle is next and then what ever wears out or breaks first.

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