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    Finally a TNT DHR!!!



    Specs:
    Frame: 05/06 Medium DHR
    Fork: 04/05 SuperT 170mm
    Brakes: Avid Juicy 7 203/185 with Braking rotors and Gafler pads
    Stem: Azonic Shorty 50mm
    Bar: DMR Wingbar(will be Azonic DW soon)
    Seat/post: SDG I-beam
    Cranks: 2002 XT with 36t E-13 ring
    Guide: E-13 SRS with black bashguard
    Wheels: Hope Bulb 32h with Mavic 823 rims and DT Comp spokes
    RearD: XT normal rise(will be a SRAM X9 mediumcage) with LX shifter
    Sprockets: XT 11-34(until I can get something smaller)
    Tires: Maxxis Hansventure or Highroller
    Tubes: what I have lying around
    Grips: ODI Lokons

    Love it!

    1 turner is NOT enough...now I have 2.
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    Jorgen
    Trondheim, Norway
    Spec Stumpy Comp FSR 29er
    Turner DHR 2005, drilled

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    sweeeet man very nice,


    you say you are looking to change a few things?

    then look at maybe getting SRAM attack or Rocket shifter with a shimano 105 or Ulterga rear mech, with a 11/24 cassette again 105 or ulegra.

    keep the DMR's much better than the Azonic DW.

    but apart from that Mint!

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    Thanks man.

    I will change a few things. Cranks possibly something Truvativ or just a Hone, rear mech and shifter. I have to get something sram to get the room and spacing I want on the handlebar.

    I want to change the DMR mainly cause it weighs like 700grams... :-)
    I run a DW on my RFX and love it, so I will get that one.

    I also want to get a different fork...hopefully a Boxxer WC, but most likely a 888 RC2X 06.

    Apart from that it feels wonderful, considering it's my first "real" DH-bike.
    I had a Tomac 204 with older components last season...but it felt old.

    So, veteran-class(30+) for next season! :-D

    Jorgen

    Quote Originally Posted by dualdirtman
    sweeeet man very nice,


    you say you are looking to change a few things?

    then look at maybe getting SRAM attack or Rocket shifter with a shimano 105 or Ulterga rear mech, with a 11/24 cassette again 105 or ulegra.

    keep the DMR's much better than the Azonic DW.

    but apart from that Mint!
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    Jorgen
    Trondheim, Norway
    Spec Stumpy Comp FSR 29er
    Turner DHR 2005, drilled

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    Nice! So I'll see you @ Are Mountain Mayhem next year?
    Regards,
    /Tobbe - In Mud We Thrust / Carpe Diem

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    Possibly, but I usually like to go to Åre a few times a year when there is a bit less people, as it's only 2 hours away.

    I really like it there, and have been going there since 97-98 :-) But I guess the will have a few more visits next season, and maybe the Mayhem too :-D
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    Trondheim, Norway
    Spec Stumpy Comp FSR 29er
    Turner DHR 2005, drilled

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    Great DHR, makes me want one for myself.
    BTW, what happend to your RFX?

    Later
    RaD

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    Hi.

    Nothing happened to it, other than me taking the wheels and brakes off of it.

    Will have it built during winter, already have new hubs(Bulb rear and DT Onyx front), and new brakes are coming in later. Want to lighten it a bit now that it doesn't have to take DH-duty :-) Azonic CF-1 handlebar is coming too.

    I'm trying to sell, to get a 6pack/Fr6/RFX-whatever, but if I don't sell I won't cry too much :-)

    Jorgen

    Quote Originally Posted by RaD
    Great DHR, makes me want one for myself.
    BTW, what happend to your RFX?

    Later
    RaD
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    Jorgen
    Trondheim, Norway
    Spec Stumpy Comp FSR 29er
    Turner DHR 2005, drilled

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    Thought I could post a side-pic too.
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    Jorgen
    Trondheim, Norway
    Spec Stumpy Comp FSR 29er
    Turner DHR 2005, drilled

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen
    1 turner is NOT enough...now I have 2.
    Trust me, you'll find 2 Turners Not Enough to be true too.

    Congratulations on the new bike! Enjoy!

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    I know...I am a little afraid of that.
    Does a Turner for my girlfriend count?

    Jorgen

    Quote Originally Posted by 2TurnersNotEnough
    Trust me, you'll find 2 Turners Not Enough to be true too.

    Congratulations on the new bike! Enjoy!
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    Jorgen
    Trondheim, Norway
    Spec Stumpy Comp FSR 29er
    Turner DHR 2005, drilled

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    I'm trying to sell, to get a 6pack/Fr6/RFX-whatever, but if I don't sell I won't cry too much :-)
    What, you want to sell it!?
    Please PM with some data about the frame(size,5"rockers?,etc)
    and what you want to get for it, I might be interested!
    If the offer is good I pick it up tomorrow...

    Later
    RaD

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen
    I know...I am a little afraid of that.
    Does a Turner for my girlfriend count?

    Jorgen
    So you've already given in to the "I have to make sure my SO (significant other) has a really nice bike too" idea. It helps, but then you'll start thinking "maybe I want to do more trail riding with more climbs" and then visions of 5 Spots come into your head.

    It's a slippery slope...

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