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    5spot warden

    Check out the paws! Or if you try to ride off with the 5spot, check out the jaws!
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    There's a whole lot of bad ass in that photo.

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    Hi,

    Maybe it is the photo, but this bike looks ALL WRONG...

    Rear wheel seems to be bigger, head angle looks to steep, bikes looks to short, seatpost to exposed...

    Like car after front end crash...

    Cheers!
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    And I do not like dogs. They smells
    LoMF syndrome...

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    wide angle shot maybe,
    that warden is badass
    When trails gets tougher, Just stand up and deliver.

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    you call them paws...

    about a year old


    about 14 months old

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    what the...paw!
    When trails gets tougher, Just stand up and deliver.

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    Here's my best friend. Picture taken 4 months ago, now he is almost 13 months old and got a bit bigger
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    How do the shepherds hold up out on the trail? I've been wanting to get one for some time now, beautiful!!
    "too weird to live, too rare to die"

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    Are those the 785 cranks, how are you finding them?
    what front d are you using?

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    This particular shepherd is of the Czech/Slovak variety, these dogs do well on the trail, they are a little bit more stocky, more powerful and low slung than the typical German Shepherd. If you would like more info contact Wendelin farms in canada. That's where we got him.

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    excellent

    Quote Originally Posted by therollex View Post
    Are those the 785 cranks, how are you finding them?
    what front d are you using?
    Standard 2by10 xt setup with traditional clamp front der. Works great. Esp. with shadow plus rear der. I haven't touched my other bike(3by9 drivetrain) since I got this one built up.

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