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    highline complete bike pics

    anyone got any pics of a complete turner highline?? please post!

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    06 1/2 Medium RAW
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    XL 2008 Highline
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    06 Med Ano Black

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    Technically, 1Soulrider's is an 08 model.

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    Quote Originally Posted by El Chingon
    Technically, 1Soulrider's is an 08 model.
    Hahaha, ya right! Viva 2007 Highline! Better late than never!

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    Quote Originally Posted by El Chingon
    Technically, 1Soulrider's is an 08 model.
    The highline.... way ahead of its time.

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    any in the burnt ano orange?

    Anyone have one done up in the ano orange like the Flux?
    methinks that might look bangin' w/ some blue or grey accents...and a grey fork
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    in captivity.


    and in it's natural habitat.

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    Garage sale Air?

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    in captivity.
    LOL air, that looks like my garage---not a horizontal surface in the place left unused
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    Is that a sledgehammer bike

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    LOL air, that looks like my garage---not a horizontal surface in the place left unused
    in the far right?
    "And I shout that your all fakes and you should have seen the look on your face"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Biker75
    LOL air, that looks like my garage---not a horizontal surface in the place left unused
    our bike related garage clutter is so impressive that it has been featured in Japan's MTB magazine .

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    impressive 'collection'

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    our bike related garage clutter is so impressive that it has been featured in Japan's MTB magazine .
    Damn now thats gotta be a first-published clutter.

    I think we need a new photo thread:
    the REST of the garage!
    I'm heading downstairs now to snap a few....wife is gonna think i lost it
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    ..or

    Quote Originally Posted by Biker75
    Anyone have one done up in the ano orange like the Flux?
    methinks that might look bangin' w/ some blue or grey accents...and a grey fork

    [SIZE="4"]Iron grey glimmer[/SIZE]? Just got email from Jarett @ Turner-says this is the other stock color for the o8' HL!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Biker75
    [SIZE="4"]Iron grey glimmer[/SIZE]? Just got email from Jarett @ Turner-says this is the other stock color for the o8' HL!!
    should have mine thurs/fri. i asked for the iron grey glimmer so we'll see. it sounds like it came out black smoke instead. its all good. a colors a color is a color is a color.
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    Quote Originally Posted by airwreck
    our bike related garage clutter is so impressive that it has been featured in Japan's MTB magazine .
    Yes, I've seen it (even scored parts/accessories out of it) and it is impressive.

    You gonna bus' out the Highline for a muddy douchebag Wednesday Airwreck?

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    nice bikes, lovin turner, on average how much does your bikes weigh??

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    how much your complete bikes cost???

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    great 'natural habitat' shot, airwreck. that'll cheer up my desktop for a while...
    'I've got a bike, you can ride it if you like. It's got a basket, a bell that rings, and things to make it look good' - Syd B

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    Freak, I bought my frame from go-ride.com and it was about 2000usd. Got a deal on my fork, approximately 600, wheels I bought off a friend for 250, couple hundred into the brakes, updated the rear shock so that was another 600, hard to remember what all the parts cost.... I'd rather not think about it but I'm into it for over 4000 for sure, it wasn't a all at once purchase, I used parts from my old bike, waited for deals, etc.

    My bike probably weighs 42lbs, the CCDB shock added some weight, DH tires, my wheels are pretty light, and I run a 180 rear rotor to shave a few grams . Typically there is 5-10 pounds of mud stuck to the bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by airwreck
    Typically there is 5-10 pounds of mud stuck to the bike.
    Especially after today's weather. Were you able to make it up there to ride or do trailwork? I thought it was pretty good, 'Marknuts' was getting the new trail dialed.
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    thanks airwreck.

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