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    2011 DHR set-ups

    Since they are starting to hit the streets post your info here. Let's keep this to set-up info and pics only.


    Bike setup:
    * Frame Size & Color:
    * Rear Shock:
    * Fork:
    * Brakes:
    * Shifter:
    * Cranks:
    * Chainguide:
    * Rear Derailleur:
    * Pedals:
    * Stem:
    * Handlebar:
    * Seatpost:
    * Saddle:
    * Bottom Bracket:
    * Chainring:
    * Cassette:
    * Headset:
    * Grips:
    * Front Tire:
    * Front Rim:
    * Front Hub:
    * Rear Tire:
    * Rear Rim:
    * Rear Hub:

    * Future changes:

    *Rider Setup
    *Weight:
    *Height:
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    Bike setup:
    * Frame Size & Color: size M black
    * Rear Shock: CCDB & ti 350 lb
    * Fork: boxxer wc raw custom paint
    * Brakes: formula the one & 26 lever
    * Shifter: sram xo
    * Cranks: raceface atlas FR 165mm
    * Chainguide: gamut
    * Rear Derailleur: sram xo
    * Pedals: mallet 1
    * Stem: point one racing
    * Handlebar: answer 780mm
    * Seatpost: sdg micro
    * Saddle: sdg st bel air
    * Bottom Bracket: king
    * Chainring: rental
    * Cassette: saint 11-28
    * Headset: hope
    * Grips: troylee odi
    * Front Tire: maxxis highroller 2.5 tubless
    * Wheelset : mavic deemax ultimate
    * Rear Tire: kenda nevegal 2.35 tubless


    * Future changes: RWC needle bearing

    *Rider Setup
    *Weight me 165 lb and Dhr 35 lb
    *Height: 178 cm
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    Simply gorgeous.....

    How do you like the double barrel?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevs87
    Simply gorgeous.....

    How do you like the double barrel?
    It feel great so smooth and stable in big hit . Dhr is I forgot 951

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    You can't get Enduro Needle Bearings for CCDB's

    I had one on my M6, I already tried.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Iggz
    You can't get Enduro Needle Bearings for CCDB's

    I had one on my M6, I already tried.
    Hello, I live in thailand , I just order RWC needle bearing and I don't know it can fit for CCDB but the (spec. tell can use for 0.5" DU bushing shock ) , I will change b-cos of my CCDB is DU bushing that I thing the main shock bolt of DHR DW is very swing I will try RWC . Iggz, Do you think about it.

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    uhh...what?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iggz
    You can't get Enduro Needle Bearings for CCDB's

    I had one on my M6, I already tried.
    I'm not sure it can fit for inside diameter CCDB ( when press out DU bushing of CCDB ) . I wait this order and try it.
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    I just wanted to say; puppy's DHR looks ridiculously good.
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    I just wanted to say; puppy's DHR looks ridiculously good.
    Indeed. I like the rear fender. What did you make that from?

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    Bike setup:
    * Frame Size & Color: medium, a little pale
    * Rear Shock: bouncy
    * Fork: rocky balboa
    * Brakes: stoppy
    * Shifter: clicky
    * Cranks: opposing
    * Chainguide: plastic
    * Rear Derailleur: flappy
    * Pedals: clicky
    * Stem: mounted-y
    * Handlebar: steery
    * Seatpost: hot dog style
    * Saddle: black
    * Bottom Bracket: Same as top bracket
    * Chainring: toothy
    * Cassette:silver
    * Headset: spinny
    * Grips: Pee wee herman 'master grip' collection
    * Front Tire: 1978 pinarrelli limited edition drag racing semi slick
    * Front Rim: mavic because everything else is fvcking crap
    * Front Hub: I honestly don't remember, I think it's aluminum
    * Rear Tire: Cooper 'big tread' mud and snow
    * Rear Rim: mavic because everything else is fvcking crap
    * Rear Hub: I think it's from switzerland

    * Future changes: make it look like iggz wants it to

    *Rider Setup: usually upright, sometimes sideways
    *Weight: That's not polite
    *Height: Sits about where the top of the handlebars are.
    STRAVA: Enabling dorks everywhere to get trails shut down........ all for the sake of a race on the internet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marshall Willanholly
    Indeed. I like the rear fender. What did you make that from?
    I buy rear fender kid bike about ~2 $ and little cut it
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    It's carbon dontcha know.
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    Start selling them for $20 and you'll have a nice little business

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    Quote Originally Posted by puppy_6.6
    Bike setup:
    * Frame Size & Color: size M black
    * Rear Shock: CCDB & ti 350 lb
    * Fork: boxxer wc raw custom paint
    * Brakes: formula the one & 26 lever
    * Shifter: sram xo
    * Cranks: raceface atlas FR 165mm
    * Chainguide: gamut
    * Rear Derailleur: sram xo
    * Pedals: mallet 1
    * Stem: point one racing
    * Handlebar: answer 780mm
    * Seatpost: sdg micro
    * Saddle: sdg st bel air
    * Bottom Bracket: king
    * Chainring: rental
    * Cassette: saint 11-28
    * Headset: hope
    * Grips: troylee odi
    * Front Tire: maxxis highroller 2.5 tubless
    * Wheelset : mavic deemax ultimate
    * Rear Tire: kenda nevegal 2.35 tubless


    * Future changes: RWC needle bearing

    *Rider Setup
    *Weight me 165 lb and Dhr 35 lb
    *Height: 178 cm
    All cool except the saddle... sorry, ruins it for me. Its like throwing a sofa on there.. gross.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryan_daugherty
    All cool except the saddle... sorry, ruins it for me. Its like throwing a sofa on there.. gross.

    It's a bicycle, not a hooker he hired for your birthday.
    STRAVA: Enabling dorks everywhere to get trails shut down........ all for the sake of a race on the internet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryan_daugherty
    All cool except the saddle... sorry, ruins it for me. Its like throwing a sofa on there.. gross.
    rrrrrright, like you wouldn't take that bike if someone gave it to you because of the saddle......

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    I've got that saddle on my Gran Mal, damn comfy

    The DHR looks very nice, like the clean lines, too bad he doesn't do the same for the trail bikes

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    Quote Originally Posted by rroeder
    I've got that saddle on my Gran Mal, damn comfy

    The DHR looks very nice, like the clean lines, too bad he doesn't do the same for the trail bikes
    Do you ever post without slipping in some sort of a dig @ Turner?

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    Quote Originally Posted by whodaphuck
    Do you ever post without slipping in some sort of a dig @ Turner?
    Yes, but it's much more fun to get the nut swingers like yourself riled up. Does he pay you or something to defend him endlessly here??

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    Quote Originally Posted by rroeder
    Yes, but it's much more fun to get the nut swingers like yourself riled up. Does he pay you or something to defend him endlessly here??
    I'll admit I'm a fan but I didn't post any defense. Just wondering why you have such a hard on for all things Turner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whodanutswinger
    I'll admit I'm a fan but I didn't post any defense.
    Lol, you go out of your way to reply to anything that is percieved as a negative comment about Turners

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    Quote Originally Posted by kidwoo
    * Future changes: make it look like iggz wants it to
    I hope that's a priority
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    I've learned what's important in downhill mountain biking.
    STRAVA: Enabling dorks everywhere to get trails shut down........ all for the sake of a race on the internet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kidwoo
    It's a bicycle, not a hooker he hired for your birthday.
    still you have to look at it everyday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by edgerat
    rrrrrright, like you wouldn't take that bike if someone gave it to you because of the saddle......
    i'd take the bike but burn the saddle and replace it with one that does justice to the rest of the build.

    It's like having a having a Mercedes and putting a cassette player in it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kidwoo

    Bike setup:
    * Frame Size & Color: medium, a little pale
    * Rear Shock: bouncy
    * Fork: rocky balboa
    * Brakes: stoppy
    * Shifter: clicky
    * Cranks: opposing
    * Chainguide: plastic
    * Rear Derailleur: flappy
    * Pedals: clicky
    * Stem: mounted-y
    * Handlebar: steery
    * Seatpost: hot dog style
    * Saddle: black
    * Bottom Bracket: Same as top bracket
    * Chainring: toothy
    * Cassette:silver
    * Headset: spinny
    * Grips: Pee wee herman 'master grip' collection
    * Front Tire: 1978 pinarrelli limited edition drag racing semi slick
    * Front Rim: mavic because everything else is fvcking crap
    * Front Hub: I honestly don't remember, I think it's aluminum
    * Rear Tire: Cooper 'big tread' mud and snow
    * Rear Rim: mavic because everything else is fvcking crap
    * Rear Hub: I think it's from switzerland

    * Future changes: make it look like iggz wants it to

    *Rider Setup: usually upright, sometimes sideways
    *Weight: That's not polite
    *Height: Sits about where the top of the handlebars are.
    I will be quoting this post any and every opportunity I have.

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    Still waiting on frame

    But here is what she's gonna be...

    Medium Raw - Powder coated white
    Vivid Team Issue Kit
    White 40
    Hadleys (Red) DT600, Comps, red nips
    Codes
    Red Deity Fantom DM Stem
    White Funn Fatboy DH 30mm 780 bar
    x-9 der & shifter
    990 11-32 casette (red bakplate)
    36T w/ SRS
    Funn Skinny urban camo saddle

    Can't wait

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    * Frame Size & Color: Small Green
    * Rear Shock: DHX RC4
    * Fork: Boxxer WC
    * Brakes: XT
    * Shifter: X0
    * Cranks: Saint
    * Chainguide: LG1
    * Rear Derailleur: X0
    * Pedals: Point One Podium
    * Stem: Point One Split-sec w/ti hardware
    * Handlebar: Easton Havoc carbon
    * Seatpost: Thomson masterpiece
    * Saddle: Fly
    * Bottom Bracket: Shimano
    * Chainring: Guidering
    * Cassette: Ultegra 12/27
    * Headset: XXCII Flush
    * Grips: Sniper
    * Front Tire: Minion DHF 2.5" ST UST
    * Rear Tire: Minion DHF 2.5" ST UST
    * Wheelset: Deemax
    * Future changes: 2011 XTR Trail brakes, CCDB/ti spring

    *Rider Setup: 130 lbs, 250# spring
    *Weight: 35.8 lbs as it sits. XTR brakes and ti spring will lighten it a bit more
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    The small frames have chodey headtubes lol
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    I like the saddle and green frame is very sexy

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    Cool bike puppy_6.6, freerider forever

    I'd like to know that the "Green anodized" of Turner DHR will be the same as the Green powder coat color or the Green anodized color which shown on website?
    I'm consider whether color Black or Green.

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    * Frame Size & Color: XL Raw
    * Rear Shock: DHX RC 4.0
    * Fork: 2009 Fox 40
    * Brakes: Formula The One
    * Shifter: Shimano Saint M810
    * Cranks: Shimano Saint M815 165mm
    * Chainguide: Blackspire DSX C4
    * Rear Derailleur: Shimano Saint
    * Pedals: DMR V12
    * Stem: Thomson Elite X4 50mm
    * Handlebar: Gravety Light Bar 800mm
    * Seatpost: Gravety Logo Seatpost
    * Saddle: Selle Italia Yutaak
    * Bottom Bracket: Shimano Saint
    * Chainring: 36t Blackspire
    * Cassette: Shimano Ultegra 12-25
    * Headset: Cane Creek Double XC-II Flush
    * Grips: Odi Ruffian
    * Front Tire: Continental Rain King 2.5
    * Front Rim: Mavic EX 729
    * Front Hub: Atomlab Pimp
    * Rear Tire: Continental Rain King 2.5
    * Rear Rim: Mavic EX 729
    * Rear Hub: Atomlab Pimp

    * Future changes: New chainguide, new stem

    *Rider Setup 211 lbs, 500# spring
    *Weight: 40.1
    *Height: 6,3
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    Any new news on the XL ano blacks coming in before March of 2011?

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    I think Turner is busy with replacing the existing frames.. I bought one in September sent it back to Turner in October and heard today that I won't get it back before February.

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    Thanks Bliz

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    Quote Originally Posted by bliz2z
    I think Turner is busy with replacing the existing frames.. I bought one in September sent it back to Turner in October and heard today that I won't get it back before February.
    Ouch!

    At least Turner is a step or two above the Evil Revolt catastrophe. It all helps keep those 2011 Demos flying out the doors!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bliz2z
    I think Turner is busy with replacing the existing frames.. I bought one in September sent it back to Turner in October and heard today that I won't get it back before February.
    Tried to buy one for about 8 months, probably the most frustrating attempted purchase experience in my life. When I heard about the recall in October I canceled my order because I just didn't believe that it would only be a month turnaround. Sad to hear about the "one month" turnaround getting stretched to February now. At least its winter.

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    I was just in my local bike shop last week and saw the re-designed DHR. It appears much stronger with a larger gusset on the down tube and a gusset on the top tube next to the head tube junction.

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    Pic of the updated front triangle from Go-Ride.

    Last edited by Marshall Willanholly; 12-27-2010 at 10:53 AM.

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    hey thats mine
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    Quote Originally Posted by kreater
    hey thats mine
    Only if we remember to ship it muhahahahaha. Actually we got two raws. One is for sale, and yes one is yours.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ARider
    Ouch!

    At least Turner is a step or two above the Evil Revolt catastrophe. It all helps keep those 2011 Demos flying out the doors!
    I think the 2011 Demo is a notch above the DHR. DHR to me seems like a hacked bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chauzie
    I think the 2011 Demo is a notch above the DHR. DHR to me seems like a hacked bike.

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    well putting the DHR next to a Demo makes the DHR look like a hack.
    Demo = super model
    DHR = catalog model
    why so many homers need to defend a catalog model anyway?
    just my 02


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    Quote Originally Posted by chauzie
    why so many homers need to defend a catalog model anyway?
    Just admit it that you're just mad stoked on your Enduro and feel the need to spread some garbage
    Ground Steeze. @iggy_strbac

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    at 37lbs, yet with a beefy construction, with sexy curves to match, it's a killer combo. That's like a girl with a super model face and in a tight tennis player's body. That's what I see the Demo as.
    The DHR on the other hand has plain old top tube and down tube. It's like somebody from OCC chopper just took 2 straight pipes and put some welds on them and call it a bike. Where are the sexy curves?
    Seeing that both bikes cost about the same, both perform equally well in the right hands (which is none in here), I say the Demo makes your bucks bang harder for you, no?
    On top of that you get faster (not necessarily better) warranty service with the Demo.
    That's why one is super model, one is catalog model. What's garbage about it?

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    Chauzie,
    I think there's a forum for you post about your Specialized. It's call the "Specialized" forum. Check it out. There's plenty of other riders over their that love curved tubes.
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    Leave him alone Scott. He's been riding for a whole 2 years so he surely knows what's best.

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    Hmmm... he may just be right about the curvy tubes. Afterall this was my first "big boy" bike, complete with curvy tubes....

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    Oh damn, that just puts the Demo to shame....


    Look at seat tube!! Now THAT is a curve ~
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