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    Love That Brown Santa

    18 INCHES OF NEW POW AND HE STILL MADE IT TO MY CASA. BIG THANKS TO DT AND GREG . AFTER RIDING BURNERS AND A FLUX FOR YEARS I AM PUMPED TO HAVE A BIKE WITH A BIT MORE CUSH. HOPE THE PICS TURN OUT OK. MERRY CHRISTMAS TO DAVID AND HIS FAMILY. THANKS FOR ALL YOU GUYS DO FOR US BIKE FREAKS. T.G.
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    You're missing something.

    This thread is lacking the obligatory garage door and red couch. How can you already have two Turners and no red couch?????

    Nice spot by the way.

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    Someone Tell Me What The Red Couch Is All About.

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    Bonus points for the kewl season shots (Snow, xmas tree etc).

    The red couch? C'mon, you know... the red couch.
    Not knowing about the couch is like not knowing the secret handshake....





    ...uh, you do know about the handshake right?
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    Very cool tg, what fork you gonna run on it?

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    I Have A Rlc 130 I Think That Will Work. No Wheels Or Brakes Yet.

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    Is that an XL? I thought they all had dual tacos these days....hmmm.

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    Nice!

    And yes, gotta love the brown Santa:
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    whatever dude...you know your brown santa really looks like this :
    Solo Trail Explorer and Granny Gear Ninja!


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    Quote Originally Posted by tg
    I Have A Rlc 130 I Think That Will Work. No Wheels Or Brakes Yet.
    Pike with Maxle is my recommendation

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    What do you weigh???

    I've got a Pushed Vanilla 125 RLC for a 185# rider for sale with new stanchions and lowers that comes with medium and firm springs, as well as an '06 Pike 454 dual air that's been ridden 6 times and is like new. Both have the stem cut to 7.5". Interested?

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    It Is An Xl. My Flux Is A Large W/ A 120 Stem . Will A 110 Stem Work With The Xl? I Have A130 And 120 Silver Thompson To Trade For A 110 If Any Body Is Interested.

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    Not Sure What A Maxle Is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dHarriet
    whatever dude...you know your brown santa really looks like this :
    HA! dH...sooo true!
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    Quote Originally Posted by tg
    Not Sure What A Maxle Is.
    It's a 20mm thru axle QR, Rock Shox has it on some of their forks, buy deadbolt's fork! You will need a 20mm front wheel though, the thru axle really gives the front end an advantage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deadbolt
    What do you weigh???

    I've got a Pushed Vanilla 125 RLC for a 185# rider for sale with new stanchions and lowers that comes with medium and firm springs, as well as an '06 Pike 454 dual air that's been ridden 6 times and is like new. Both have the stem cut to 7.5". Interested?

    I got a Pike for sale too, I was just being discreet by PM'ing him about it.
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    Well that'll learn ya!

    Mines 2 months old and has a year and 10 months left on the warranty. Can ya beat that???

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    Oh Yeah!

    Quote Originally Posted by deadbolt
    Well that'll learn ya!

    Mines 2 months old and has a year and 10 months left on the warranty. Can ya beat that???

    Well mine is Free!

    [SIZE="2"]Shipping and handling is only $250 to anywhere in the USA [/SIZE]
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    i saw a very cool avid saago stem brand new in the box for sale. stiffer than ron jeremy after a 2 week brake. much better lookin too! just click on the red link. its almost like bein there.
    No, I'm NOT back!

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    No Thanks,i Am 185 Pounds Though. Do You Have A110-silver Thompson Stem Laying Around? I Have Lots Of Like New Parts To Trade. Tg

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    Reminds me of when I got my 6pack

    I ran to the door and yelled, "It's brown Santa!"

    The dude was a black man, with a very confused look on his face.

    Man, talk about feeling like a heel!

    I just crawled into my hole and piled dirt over myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpawningGround
    Reminds me of when I got my 6pack

    I ran to the door and yelled, "It's brown Santa!"

    The dude was a black man, with a very confused look on his face.

    Man, talk about feeling like a heel!

    I just crawled into my hole and piled dirt over myself.
    That's hilarious. I seem to have the same brown santa as deadbolt
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    Quote Originally Posted by deadbolt
    Nice!

    And yes, gotta love the brown Santa:
    I thought that was dH posing in her santa outfit...
    ...every day sends future to past...

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    Quote Originally Posted by xjbebop
    I thought that was dH posing in her santa outfit...
    no, no...i only deliver mail in a thong!
    Solo Trail Explorer and Granny Gear Ninja!


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    Monkey

    Quote Originally Posted by Unknownrash
    That's hilarious. I seem to have the same brown santa as deadbolt
    Give me a call!!!
    Sit and spin my ass...

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