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    Post Your FUEL EX official post

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    2010 EX9 1x9
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    2010 Orange'd out EX9

    2010 Trek Fuel EX9 far from factory...

    http://picasaweb.google.com/J.Hunter.Cole/Final#

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    Those Crank Brothers rims are SICK!!! Nice ride. What stadium is that?

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    Now I got a Fizik Gobi XM seat, Thomson seatpost and stem and eggbeaters

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    Hey Icirino, that's an interesting sleeve you have on your shock. Is it a custom job? What's it made out of.

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    It's a Lizard http://lizardskins.com/store/product...uspension-boot but I took it off about an year ago after reading some reviews about this boots and fork/shock maintanance

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    Quote Originally Posted by lcirino
    It's a Lizard http://lizardskins.com/store/product...uspension-boot but I took it off about an year ago after reading some reviews about this boots and fork/shock maintanance
    It does a better job of trapping dirt in than keeping it out?

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    It does. Better off them.

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    2011 Fuel EX 9. I just picked her up today. Can't wait to get it dirty this weekend.
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    Sweet EX9. I just picked up my 8 on Monday, and plan to get it dirty tomorrow morning. Have fun!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RecklessKelli
    Those Crank Brothers rims are SICK!!! Nice ride. What stadium is that?
    Thanks! It's Davis Wade stadium at Mississippi State, ride to the top for a good climb when I can't make it to the trails
    2010 Trek Fuel EX9 far from factory...

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    2010 Fuel EX9, she ain't pretty she's functional!!

    This baby rocks! Mud flaps and rock guards, because it is muddy, rocky, rooty and dusty where I ride... Bonty XR4 Team Issue, tubeless of course up front, XR2 Exp tubeless in the rear.
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    My 2004 Top Fuel



    My EX8 2x9
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    Here's my 2010 Ex 9. Have since added a Joplin post and xtr pedals. Will soon be swapping out the F120 for a 2011 Talas 150mm.


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    My 2009 EX9 under a peak of Huascaran in Peru.


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    WOW that's a beautiful shot!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jboyd122
    2011 Fuel EX 9. I just picked her up today. Can't wait to get it dirty this weekend.
    Can you post more photos of your bike I am think about getting one. do you like the 10 speed? thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by dbikeco
    Can you post more photos of your bike I am think about getting one. do you like the 10 speed? thanks
    I love the 10 speed so far. It's a bit different than the 9 speed on my other bike. I find that I shift between the front chainrings more often now.

    Here are some more images.






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    2010 ex9
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    Quote Originally Posted by jboyd122
    I love the 10 speed so far. It's a bit different than the 9 speed on my other bike. I find that I shift between the front chainrings more often now.

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    You do realize it doesn't make any sense that you would shift chainrings more often with a 10 spd than a 9 spd right? Anyway, the bike looks awesome. Maybe Trek should replace their photos, which look a lot more raw, with your images showing that sweet clearcoat.

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    Yeah that really doesn't make sense to me either. I thought the point of the 36 cog in the rear was to keep you from dropping to the granny gear as much.

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    Not the latest setup.
    Now i have a ritchey superlogic riser and triggershifters X0

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    2011 EX8 in its natural habitat. This is good ole fashion Texas rolling wooded hills.
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    someone tell me how to get my pictures to show up on the page please. They're just showing up as links.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jboyd122
    I love the 10 speed so far. It's a bit different than the 9 speed on my other bike. I find that I shift between the front chainrings more often now.

    Here are some more images.





    thanks nice bike do you like the avid elixir cr brakes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tussery
    Yeah that really doesn't make sense to me either. I thought the point of the 36 cog in the rear was to keep you from dropping to the granny gear as much.

    Yeah, I didn't say it made any sense. I do spend more time on the second chainring than on my 9 speed hardtail. That could be for a lot of reasons though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dbikeco
    thanks nice bike do you like the avid elixir cr brakes?
    So far so good. The other bike has mechanical disc brakes and I am used to adjusting them. I haven't gotten elixers quite right on the EX 9 yet. I need to figure out how to bring out the reach a little bit more. The stopping power is impressive and they have great modulation.

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    2009 EX 9.8, really love the bike...put an XT 11-34, new saddle, thomson seat post and maxxis advantage tires...Got a great deal on the bike this spring and could not be happier! BR
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    Any excuse...
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    Rock shox pushloc activated RP2 prop-pedal
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    LOVE IT!!!!









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    My '09 EX 9!


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    my darth vader rig...2 day old '11 fuel ex 8. ditched the stock tires for tubeless panaracer fire xc pro...my first full suspension! took it for a spin today...very impressed and also deceptively fast. with a hard tail if you feel fast you are going fast. with this if you feel fast you're probably going too fast for that upcoming corner!


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    Good job!

    You Can see my 2010 EX9 on my web site http://digilander.libero.it/GiFeBike/MyBikeMTBFull.htm
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    here's mine.
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    My '08 Fuel EX 7.



    Mods
    Tyre F: Onza Ibex 2.25 FR
    Tyre R: Maxxis X-mark 2.25
    Stem: Sunline Vone DH 50mm Stem
    Bars: Funn Fatboy 710 Lowrise
    Grips: ODI Ruffian Lockon
    Shifters: '09 Sram X.9
    Deraileur F: '09 Sram X.9
    Deraileur R: '09 Sram X.0 Med
    Cassette: '09 Sram Pg-990
    Chain: Sram PC-991
    Bash Ring: E.13 Supercharger
    Pedals: Straitline

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    My 2009 EX9

    Built this up with the parts off my Heckler.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lawson
    Any excuse...
    2009 EX8
    Custom Hope Titanium rear axle
    Hope SP6 Hoops
    Rock shox pushloc activated RP2 prop-pedal
    Joplin R
    LOVE IT!!!!
    I notice you and k@sp3r are both running what appears to be the Hope V2 floating rotor (I'm assuming they're Hope as your hubs and brakes are too) and I'm just wondering if you can confirm if you DID or DIDN'T have to file anything down on your rotor or forks for there to be no clearance issues? I'm in the market for new brakes (and bike) and noticed that some people have said they had issues with clearance.


    Cheers in advance.
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    My 2010

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    Finally got some pictures of my EX. It's an EX9.9 frame, with some EX8 components and upgrades.











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    ridiculous replacement upgrade there man! Once you get some time on it, I'd be interested to hear if you can feel a difference in the ride between the carbon and alum. Enjoy it!

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    Dialed!!





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    Quote Originally Posted by jboyd122
    2011 Fuel EX 9. I just picked her up today. Can't wait to get it dirty this weekend.

    Hi whats the weight of your nine?

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    Quote Originally Posted by agtuning51
    Hi whats the weight of your nine?
    27lbs 13oz - it's a 18.5" frame.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jboyd122
    27lbs 13oz - it's a 18.5" frame.
    Thanks!!!!

    and thats factory right, any mod or just the xt pedals?

    I order same bike, same size and planing to do some upgrades for weight reduction, My goal is 25 pounds. Are you running tubeless? if so what did you do for the conversion

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    That weight is factory with Shimano M540 pedels added.

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    2008 EX9. Only thing original now is the XT cranks and RP23.




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    Those look awesome guys I can't wait for my blue one to come in!

    No blue pics??

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    [QUOTE=burl81]2008 EX9. Only thing original now is the XT cranks and RP23.

    How do you like the Mavic Crossmax ST wheels? I am looking at a few wheel sets for my 9.8
    Industry Nine cross country
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    2009 EX8. For some reason, I keep replacing parts with heavier ones.
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