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    2017 Fuel EX 7

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    My 2 Treks X Caliber 8 (sold) and the Top Fuel 9

    Here are the 2 Treks in my life this year.

    2016 X Caliber 8 I bought in January and just sold to upgrade...to the pic below
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    And my new 2016 Trek Top Fuel 9...In love so far, just need a water bottle that fits...kind of sucks they put the mount positions so high up..
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    Photos of your TREK'S-snapper-november-2-.jpgI had my Slash 9.8 out today in Ringwood State park and ran into this guy.

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    My newly acquired X-Caliber 8...

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    Nice bikes in here.

    My Treks:



    2016 Top Fuel 8, 2016 Crockett (currently trying to get rid of this one), 1994 Trek 930 (my second "real" MTB), 1995 Trek 8700 (busted downtube). Not pictured: wife's Madone 5.2. These share the garage with a couple of Lynskeys and a Stumpjumper, as well as a retired Litespeed Pisgah.

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    My 2014 Trek Remedy 9 29er

    Here's a few of my 2014 Remedy 9 29er Size XL. I love this bike, it does everything very well!
    - Easton Haven Carbon Wheels (tubeless)
    - Easton Havoc Carbon Bar
    - Bontrager Montrose Carbon Saddle
    - RockShox Reverb 150mm
    - Xpedo Spry Magnesium Pedals
    - 30t, 1x10 with 40t rear

    28.84 pounds, not bad for an XL!
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    Don't buy upgrades, ride up grades. – Eddy Merckx

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    New bike for me, bought this from a buddy 2016 Trek Top Fuel 8.
    My plan is to repalce the slippery Bonty tires to Maxxis Ikons with ghetto Stans. Run 1x11 and add ti hardware to lighten it up a bit.
    Thanks.
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    My first Trek is my Superfly, had this for a little over a year and a good 3,000 miles on it and I somehow have not broke it yet. Its a very stiff bike, fast and light out of the box and has been up and down the hardest trails in Utah and Arizona just fine! I wanted to get a Stache and came close but opted for the Kona Unit with 27.5 plus. I will keep this thing til it dies and then replace it! Flows and Zee brakes are only upgrades it needed.
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    Anyone got any photos of a 27.5 Superfly 2016-2017?
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    Quote Originally Posted by scribble79 View Post
    It must be newer than 99 but not sure exactly , maybe someone can deceipher the numbers I found [IMG]
    Hi Scribble79,

    I don't know what most of the stuff stamped on the BB is, but I can identify one line.

    The WTU23900T is a Danish VIN.

    W = Import into Denmark
    TU = Trek
    T (at the end) = 2001 year of manufacture.

    With this information you may be able to figure out some more.

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    2015 Farley

    XL Frame, e-13 crank, carbon fork and seatpost from ebay - built the rest with Sun Ringle hubs & Mulefut rims with Vanhelgas mounted tubeless - SLX brakes - xt shifter & rear derailleur - Sunrace 11/40 10 speed cassette. A little under 28 lbs without pedals

    No moss...

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    2017 Fuel EX 9.8 converted to 27.5+

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alfman View Post
    2017 Fuel EX 9.8 converted to 27.5+

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    Paid $1050 for the bike a month ago, changed tires, crank ring, added a bottle cage, did my first XC race. Best $1200 I spent in a long time.

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    My fuel ex 9.9 project one

    Hi guys, found this thread so I thought I'll post up my fuel, it's a 2016 project one 9.9 in xl in purple lotus and radioactive green, xtr 1/11, ft Swiss xmc wheels lots of bling and simply the best bike I've ever ridden and owned...

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    Slash 9.8 2017



    The Black Mamba, it hasn't bitten me yet but I'm sure it will at some stage...

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    Damn, that's a sick looking bike!

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    The Black Mamba, it hasn't bitten me yet but I'm sure it will at some stage...

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    Quote Originally Posted by dihummer View Post
    Hi Scribble79,

    I don't know what most of the stuff stamped on the BB is, but I can identify one line.

    The WTU23900T is a Danish VIN.

    W = Import into Denmark
    TU = Trek
    T (at the end) = 2001 year of manufacture.

    With this information you may be able to figure out some more.
    It doesn't have to be Danish, used to work at a Trek dealer in The Netherlands and all Trek frame numbers started with WTU as well.

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    Photos of your TREK'S

    Needed to clean the EX 9 after riding today so also pulled out the 8900 SL to give her a bath as well.

    Still trying to decide what to do with her since she's now retired but nonetheless she still deserves to be pampered. Wish she was another inch larger at 19.5 so I could keep her in the dirt. At 22 lbs, made climbing a piece of cake.






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    Quote Originally Posted by zgxtreme View Post
    Needed to clean the EX 9 after riding today so also pulled out the 8900 SL to give her a bath as well.

    Still trying to decide what to do with her since she's now retired but nonetheless she still deserves to be pampered. Wish she was another inch larger at 19.5 so I could keep her in the dirt. At 22 lbs, made climbing a piece of cake.

    I love the old Treks. If I was you, I'd put pedals on it and go ride it. I have been 'collecting' old bikes back into my bike corral. Even though I have a Remedy 9.9, Ex9.9, and Stache 9 I rotate through, Ive been also riding my newest old bikes: an early 2000's 6500 and a 93 930. Both are fun and both are a completely different ride experience!
    My 930 and Sawyer:
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    Quote Originally Posted by dirt diggler View Post
    New bike for me, bought this from a buddy 2016 Trek Top Fuel 8.
    My plan is to repalce the slippery Bonty tires to Maxxis Ikons with ghetto Stans. Run 1x11 and add ti hardware to lighten it up a bit.
    Thanks.
    Since you have a tubeless wheel and Ikons are tubeless tires, what's "ghetto" about it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by oclvframe View Post
    I love the old Treks. If I was you, I'd put pedals on it and go ride it. I have been 'collecting' old bikes back into my bike corral. Even though I have a Remedy 9.9, Ex9.9, and Stache 9 I rotate through, Ive been also riding my newest old bikes: an early 2000's 6500 and a 93 930. Both are fun and both are a completely different ride experience!
    Nice Sawyer, would love to find one in solid condition one day. As for mine, I would do that but it no longer fits which prompted the Fuel purchase. Had it still fit, I'd saved our money and just ridden it! This it'll eventually end up sold and the funds "reinvested" into tools for the new ride.

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    Ikon non tubeless version and gorilla tape.. Update: the gorilla tape didn't work out so I bought the correct bontrager rim strip and so far so good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zgxtreme View Post
    Nice Sawyer, would love to find one in solid condition one day. As for mine, I would do that but it no longer fits which prompted the Fuel purchase. Had it still fit, I'd saved our money and just ridden it! This it'll eventually end up sold and the funds "reinvested" into tools for the new ride.
    Yes!! I love my Sawyer...so glad I bought it when they first came out. Quirky bike but that's what I love about it. In the end, every one of my bikes has it's own character....making it fun to switch around!

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    2014 Remedy 27.5, freshly rebuilt. Just waiting for the snow to melt to give it a test ride

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    Quote Originally Posted by oclvframe View Post
    Yes!! I love my Sawyer...so glad I bought it when they first came out. Quirky bike but that's what I love about it. In the end, every one of my bikes has it's own character....making it fun to switch around!
    Agreed those have awesome character. The wife alluded that once the debt is gone we'll have freedom to further explore addition Rides, at which time I guess I'll have to focus on a Farley or Stache for my rigid needs.

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    lol @ this bike, it's 26.4lb now and I still have less than $2k in it:

    XT brakes, X1 shifting, Kovee wheels, and it still has an 800lb crank so I could get this bike close to 25lb even with a $$$ crank, but that will never happen.

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    Been a while since I posted on here, but just relaced my RaceLites to Hope Pro4 hubs. Even though you can't really see them i think it looks better

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    2017 Trek Marlin & 2012 Trek Fuel EX9

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    :)

    New fork.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zgxtreme View Post
    Agreed those have awesome character. The wife alluded that once the debt is gone we'll have freedom to further explore addition Rides, at which time I guess I'll have to focus on a Farley or Stache for my rigid needs.
    Oh yeah....and then there's the Stache......I had a 9....now I have a 9.8...
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