...so I bought a Highline. Reading* & more for a while & briefly rode my buds, so here it is: Push'd DHX, The Ones & Totem. Wheels are being built, things are coming in daily, so we're look'n good. Can't wait!*
So did PUSH tune the repair stand for the HL?
So far, it looks to be sweet build. Git er done.
Cool frame! I think this qualifies more as a Turner wannabe, though...
Nice you got the real thing!
Wiz ya wannabe we all want to be bes wanna ahh neva shes beautiful anyways! as said get her built, and fang it back up here completed..
Love the color now, share ya specc proper and stick her in the halls of fame!
HLs are so sexy
HL data base
Frame Size & Color:
* Front Derailleur:
* Rear Derailleur:
* Bottom Bracket:
* Front Tire:
* Front Rim:
* Front Hub/Skewer:
* Rear Tire:
* Rear Rim:
* Rear Hub
* Rider height/weight:
* Mods: e.g push!
Natl. Champ DH Poser/Hack
hey schlim. when did jamis buy turner and drop the taco? i thought the highline was dead.
looks like fun wiz. enjoy! and welcome.
Waitasec Jamis didn't license the design from DT? Oh, I see. The taco is an integral component of the suspension design and by leaving it out, Jamis thereby avoided any untoward patent fees.
Originally Posted by cactuscorn
I'll bet it infringes on some Ellsworth patent though.
Long live DT's Highline!!
Has that rail thing been figured out? Does it work well?
No idea sir!
Originally Posted by Jerk_Chicken
Never ridden one, it actually looks bad ass, I still prefer the HL , I lie DTs keep it simple, it just works, philosophy but thats def one wicked looking bike, kills me that the HL may not be around when ya see that popping up..
I found that here