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    lower crown? Why not just remove a spacer or two? If now, Hopes integrated crown/stem might be the way to go.

    nice bike.

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    The lower crown bolts hit the frame, with the flush lower headset cup in there. There's another thread with the issue explained further here somewhere.

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    Yay for DHR's, another great weekend of riding on mine.

    Rolling on 29", 650b, 8.3" and 23mm

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    Mine hit the slope of les Gets for the first time this weekend, faaaaast!
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    Quote Originally Posted by 6thElement View Post
    Yay for DHR's, another great weekend of riding on mine.

    Holy crap, 6th. Either the DHR comes in BMX size or you're a big guy ("That's what she said.") =)

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    Quote Originally Posted by 6thElement View Post
    Yay for DHR's, another great weekend of riding on mine.

    Hey J, I think I found your backup bike:




    Lolz, for once it's not me taking the too tall hitz!
    Faster is better, even when it's not.

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    Well if I look sasquatch on my XL DHR, I'm not sure what you'd look like Zilla
    Rolling on 29", 650b, 8.3" and 23mm

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    Labor Day Special

    Just finished getting mine built up.

    Medium DHR - 2014
    Shock - CCDB-Air (direct from Turner)
    Fork - DVO Emerald
    Drivetrain - Saint 10 speed with CSIXX guide
    Brakes - Hope M4 203mm F & R
    Chromag 35MM BZA bars and direct mount stem
    Wheels - Currently Crank Brothers sage (but will likely swap out for I-9 Gravity (really like the green option but may have too much green) or Easton Havoc)
    Tires - Continental Der Kaiser Projekt 2.4

    Weight currently 38.5lbs...

    Now just have to wait for summer.
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    2011 DHR set-ups

    Very nice!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by string View Post
    Just finished getting mine built up.

    Medium DHR - 2014
    Shock - CCDB-Air (direct from Turner)
    Fork - DVO Emerald
    Drivetrain - Saint 10 speed with CSIXX guide
    Brakes - Hope M4 203mm F & R
    Chromag 35MM BZA bars and direct mount stem
    Wheels - Currently Crank Brothers sage (but will likely swap out for I-9 Gravity (really like the green option but may have too much green) or Easton Havoc)
    Tires - Continental Der Kaiser Projekt 2.4

    Weight currently 38.5lbs...

    Now just have to wait for summer.
    Did you have to do any mods to fit the cc shock?

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    Quote Originally Posted by trap121 View Post
    Did you have to do any mods to fit the cc shock?
    No modifications required. I actually had a CCDB-Air coming off a Santa Cruz driver 8 that was 1/4 inch too short for the DHR which I sent it to Turner to use as a test to see if it would clear before ordering (It gave them enough confidence to move forward). They then confirmed the fit once the correct shock came it.

    Fits well but not a ton of clearance... and I noticed Turner now has the CCDB-A listed as on option on their website for the DHR.

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    No longer the cheapest DHR build. =( Well, still one of the cheapest. LOL!

    Replaced the fork a little over a month ago (from a black 09 Boxxer RC to a 2011 white WC). Then I tacoed my rim a couple of weeks ago and decided to do a white-out conversion. Here's the relative sequence of work (from the beginning of this year when I bought the frame) to its current state:
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    2011 DHR set-ups

    That looks sick!!!! How did you strip the black anodizing and get the raw shine?

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    Quote Originally Posted by trap121 View Post
    That looks sick!!!! How did you strip the black anodizing and get the raw shine?
    Thanks man. That's not anodized black. The previous owner spray painted it flat black (multiple coats) to hide the beat up original powder coated green. It took a LOT of effort to remove all the layers of paint. There's actually some little bits left on the crannies. Lol

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    New wheels and drivetrain for the 2015 season! Derby DH rims laced to I9 Torch hubs, with I9 spokes.

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    Here is my (not so any more) budget build - the only pink cranks DHR around. I had to replace a 2009 Boxxer WC with the 888CR in the middle of the last season because in one (not so) mighty crash, its lowers got badly twisted.


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    Some lovely DHRs on here.

    I've been offered a large 2013 at a really good price but at 6'3.5" I suspect it will be too small? Anyone able to comment? Don't really want my knees hitting my elbows....

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuicideDave View Post
    Some lovely DHRs on here.

    I've been offered a large 2013 at a really good price but at 6'3.5" I suspect it will be too small? Anyone able to comment? Don't really want my knees hitting my elbows....
    IMO, you are too big for a L frame. If you were around the 6 ft mark, I'd say give it a shot, and then you could mess around with cockpit items if it felt too cramped.

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    Thanks yd35, unfortunately you're correct. Just been and had a spin on it and my knees are catching the shifter/bars when pedalling stood up and leaning a bit. Argh! Wanted it so much! Might email Turner and ask how much for an XL front triangle

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuicideDave View Post
    Thanks yd35, unfortunately you're correct. Just been and had a spin on it and my knees are catching the shifter/bars when pedalling stood up and leaning a bit. Argh! Wanted it so much! Might email Turner and ask how much for an XL front triangle
    You could always go the setback seatpost and 100mm stem option. And if all else fails, you can rotate your bars forward.

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    I'm 6'2" on an XL, L definitely wouldn't work for me.
    Rolling on 29", 650b, 8.3" and 23mm

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    'Kin hell, I thought you were about 6'6" from your photo up there!

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    DHR ready for the season
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    If anyone is looking for a frame or parts I am parting out my 2012 DHR.

    2012 Turner DHR DW Link Size Large - Buy and Sell and Review Mountain Bikes and Accessories

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    Quote Originally Posted by J-Ha View Post
    New wheels and drivetrain for the 2015 season! Derby DH rims laced to I9 Torch hubs, with I9 spokes.
    I'd love to hear some feedback on the wide rims with tires that are reportedly not good candidates for wide rims, especially hard dh cornering.

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    Quote Originally Posted by airwreck View Post
    I'd love to hear some feedback on the wide rims with tires that are reportedly not good candidates for wide rims, especially hard dh cornering.
    Unfortunately, it's still the off-season here on the East Coast and I haven't even had a chance to ride this thing. It's kinda killing me to have it just sitting there looking at me!

    Yes... I am aware (and was aware prior to purchase) of the concerns regarding wide rims and the tire profiles and therefore, the negative effects of cornering. I did my best to choose rounded tire treads to counteract this. The Minion DHF still appears rather rounded off. The DHR II (which was given to me) is very square- this one has me a bit concerned. Luckily, I do have some options sitting in the garage to replace this tire. The Geax, Neuron is looking rounded. Additionally, the Vee Rubber, Fluid and Flow appear to have rounded profiles. Hopefully, in time, tire manufacturers will consider w i d e rims in their designs.

    Another thought I am having while just looking at the wheels is rim strikes. I run rather high pressure for my weight (32/ 36 at 135ish) but am still concerned with the more "exposed" nature of the rim. I think some of the rocks in WV may have my name on 'em!

    There are a few threads on mtbr regarding wide rims and the DH niche; mtbr members are seemingly very entrenched and passionate about their position on the matter. I may or may not post my after-ride findings in those threads. However, I will likely post my thoughts here in the Turner forum.

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    Thanks J-Ha. Luckily I'm not in the market for new rims but have a friend who is trying to make the carbon decision now. Once the WC DH/Enduro season is under way I'll let the top pro's answer that question. Who knows, they might be on 27.5+

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    Quote Originally Posted by airwreck View Post
    I'd love to hear some feedback on the wide rims with tires that are reportedly not good candidates for wide rims, especially hard dh cornering.
    OK, I've had two weekends of back-to-back-to-back laps on a couple of DH courses since installing the Derby DH rims laced to the I9 hubs/ spokes on my DHR.

    The first course was a bit muddy and then tacked up as the weekend went on. The grip on the mud-covered rocks was incredibly surprising as I was able to hold my desired line with relative ease along a cambered rock slab where many riders looked as though they were slipping on a banana peel!

    The second course was nearly polar opposite. Dusty conditions with a few sections of road and stairs. Nothing really much to say other than that the only time I went down was during the course WALK Saturday morning.

    Regarding cornering, it is true that tire profiles are a bit squared-off... but it doesn't seem to have a negative effect on my (certainly not pro-level) cornering ability!

    It does appear that my fears of the "rim exposure" are coming true. The rims already have a few scrapes... I wouldn't quite call them gouges... but I am keeping a very close eye on them after every run. I'm still a bit nervous as I'm new to this whole carbon rim thing!

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    Considering that those "wide" rims are only 4mm wider internal width than my alloy dh rims it's a hard to imagine how that would have much effect on the tires profile. I know I wouldn't like worrying about my rims.

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    J-Ha........serious question......




    Are you a ninja?
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    Quote Originally Posted by kidwoo View Post
    Are you a ninja?
    Haha! Naw, I've just never been too keen on the logo'd-up pajamas that are so popular in the the cycling community. As for the helmet, it kinda looks like The Predator's helmet sans-dreadlocks... which is awesome.

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    http://cdn2.bigcommerce.com/server59...0.1280.gif?c=2

    maybe one of these, cut them off the hat and glue to the helmet?
    My bike MCA kinda climbs like a billy-goat. WOO WOO!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shupack View Post
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    maybe one of these, cut them off the hat and glue to the helmet?
    Haha! Word, word. I'm just saving up for one of these bad boys!
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    Oh, and just to solidify my level of Predator-bike-nerd-elite... my hardtail:
    https://www.flickr.com/photos/oinkid...57651543984290

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    Nice! I saw that one in the headbadge thread.... thought of you, but didn't connect the dots.
    My bike MCA kinda climbs like a billy-goat. WOO WOO!

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    Hey,
    I'm hoping someone might be able to help me. I'm looking to pick up one of the DHRs that are on sale right now. I'm coming from a M Legend which always felt small so it was sold.
    The Legend reach was 385mm. Currently I ride a Banshee rune with 417mm reach.
    I'm 5'7" Which size DHR would you recommend?

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    Reach on a large is 406mm, so if you like the way the Rune fits you I'd say large. I ride a large Rune and a Large DHR, and the Rune feels bigger.

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    I'm 5'8" and happily on a medium.
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    Hey Corto, be like Kidwoo, ride medium..

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    Well that should never be the reason. Already enough fire, hatred, death and venom in the world with just one of me.
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    Turnerbikes, I rode a medium this weekend and it felt small. Am I doing something wrong here and thinking crazy?
    I come from racing BMX so small bikes are normal but for downhill small bikes just seem awkward to me.
    If you honestly think a medium would be better let me know before my large ships haha

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    Got my large and love it.

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    2011 DHR set-ups-iphone-2015.11.14-11.35.16.380.jpg2011 DHR set-ups-iphone-2015.11.14-11.35.47.025.jpg2011 DHR set-ups-iphone-2015.11.14-11.36.02.431.jpg

    Well it looks like I may be one of the last to post a new 26" DHR. After riding a freeride bike for 3 years, I decided to pull the trigger on a closeout Green DHR frame for $1,200. I am calling it the Green Monster (in contrast to my Son's YT Tues that is called Kermit).

    Bike setup:
    * Frame Size & Color: XL- Green
    * Rear Shock: CCDB Coil- 450 spring
    * Fork: DVO Emerald
    * Brakes: Magura MT5
    * Shifter: Shimano Zee
    * Cranks: Shimano Zee
    * Chainguide: E13 LG1
    * Rear Derailleur: Shimano Zee
    * Pedals: Answer Rove FR
    * Stem: Kore Torsion V2
    * Handlebar: Answer 780 Carbon
    * Seatpost: Race Face
    * Saddle: WTB Pure V Comp
    * Bottom Bracket: Shimano Zee
    * Chainring: Shimano Zee
    * Cassette: Shimano XT 11-36
    * Headset: Cane Creek XIXX
    * Grips: Sensus Disisdaboss
    * Front Tire: Michelin Wild Rock'R 2 Advanced Reinforced (Tubeless)
    * Front Rim: WTB i25
    * Front Hub: Hadley
    * Rear Tire: Michelin Wild Grip'R 2 Advanced Reinforced (Tubeless)
    * Rear Rim: WTB i25
    * Rear Hub: Hadley

    * Future changes: More off season training for the slow guy riding the bike.

    *Rider Setup
    *Weight: 220 pounds
    *Height: 6 feet.
    Riding slowly since 1977.

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    Well it looks like I may be one of the last to post a new 26" DHR. After riding a freeride bike for 3 years, I decided to pull the trigger on a closeout Green DHR frame for $1,200. I am calling it the Green Monster (in contrast to my Son's YT Tues that is called Kermit).

    Bike setup:
    * Frame Size & Color: XL- Green
    * Rear Shock: CCDB Coil- 450 spring
    * Fork: DVO Emerald
    * Brakes: Magura MT5
    * Shifter: Shimano Zee
    * Cranks: Shimano Zee
    * Chainguide: E13 LG1
    * Rear Derailleur: Shimano Zee
    * Pedals: Answer Rove FR
    * Stem: Kore Torsion V2
    * Handlebar: Answer 780 Carbon
    * Seatpost: Race Face
    * Saddle: WTB Pure V Comp
    * Bottom Bracket: Shimano Zee
    * Chainring: Shimano Zee
    * Cassette: Shimano XT 11-36
    * Headset: Cane Creek XIXX
    * Grips: Sensus Disisdaboss
    * Front Tire: Michelin Wild Rock'R 2 Advanced Reinforced (Tubeless)
    * Front Rim: WTB i25
    * Front Hub: Hadley
    * Rear Tire: Michelin Wild Grip'R 2 Advanced Reinforced (Tubeless)
    * Rear Rim: WTB i25
    * Rear Hub: Hadley

    * Future changes: More off season training for the slow guy riding the bike.

    *Rider Setup
    *Weight: 220 pounds
    *Height: 6 feet.
    Beautiful bike. So sad they they won't be made anymore. How is the 450 spring working for you? I weigh 195lbs and had to go from a 450 to a 500 on my CCDB.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lanceuppercut View Post
    Beautiful bike. So sad they they won't be made anymore. How is the 450 spring working for you? I weigh 195lbs and had to go from a 450 to a 500 on my CCDB.
    Won't be made anymore?! For real?

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    Quote Originally Posted by J-Ha View Post
    Won't be made anymore?! For real?
    That's the word on the street. From another forum:

    sent DT an email. Responded immediately

    "No plans for a new DHR 27.5 at this time. Tooling money heading toward carbon and alloy Sultan next. Huge money to play in the carbon world, so I can't multi model develop at my size. I have no idea when Turner Bikes will have the money for a new DHR when I know I need at least 2 more new trail models in carbon ohhhh say, 2 years ago!

    Thanks for the support, sorry there is nothing to keep you on a Turner Bike in the future. "
    No DHR on their website.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lanceuppercut View Post
    Beautiful bike. So sad they they won't be made anymore. How is the 450 spring working for you? I weigh 195lbs and had to go from a 450 to a 500 on my CCDB.
    Funny you should ask. No seat time yet, but I already nearly crashed. I went and rode it around the driveway on Saturday and while crossing it at an angle (sloped), went through a dip, clipped the uphill pedal, nearly catapulted myself over the bars, but instead tweaked by back. (Is this really how getting older works?).

    I have since increased the preload to 6 turns, the max Cane Creek allows which according to the calculators will decrease sag by 5% and put me at the same sag as a 500 pounds spring with only 1 turn of preload. The real question is if I will have bottoming problems on the 450 pound spring. I am not the fastest rider and don't go big. My goal is to make it down in one piece and not have my 11 year old wait too much for me. Damm kids.
    Riding slowly since 1977.

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    2011 DHR set-ups

    Difficult to change for something else...
    Bike setup:
    * Frame Size & Color: Large raw
    * Rear Shock: Cane Creek DB
    * Fork: FOX 40 stealth edition
    * Brakes: Formula RO
    * Shifter: Shimano Saint
    * Cranks: XO
    * Chainguide: MRP G3
    * Rear Derailleur: Saint 10spd
    * Pedals: Straitline
    * Stem: Renthal
    * Handlebar: Renthal
    * Seatpost: Thompson
    * Saddle: WTB
    * Bottom Bracket: Truvativ
    * Chainring: Sram
    * Cassette: Shimano Ultegra
    * Headset: Chris King
    * Grips: Renthal
    * Front Tire: Maxxis Minion Super Tacky
    * Front Rim: Mavic Deemax
    * Front Hub: Mavic Deemax
    * Rear Tire: Maxxis Minion Super Tacky
    * Rear Rim: Mavic Deemax
    * Rear Hub: Mavic Deemax











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    Nice bike, Hpap! Those wheels were EXACTLY the ones I wanted on my DHR (and had a chance to buy a pretty decent set for $300 but lowballed the guy too much... lol!). Now I can literally see what I missed out on. =P

    How much does your bike weigh?

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    Thanks for the kind words ron m.
    If I remember well it's weight is little more to 17kg


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