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    Quote Originally Posted by BikeSATORI
    hey j77, is that the GI wheelset? how do you like it? seems like a killer deal, for essentially an aircorp wheelset...
    It is a GI Dirt front wheel. (rear is and old mavic 721 on an XT hub)

    That pic was taken last night, on the very first shakedown run with that front wheel and front brake (BB5). I received them in the mail earlier that day so I cant really give a comprehensive review yet.

    Out of the box the wheel was really nice - rim strip installed from the factory, even spoke tension and super smooth hub. On the bike its solid, laterally stiff, and the bolt on axle is tough. Atomlab puts out good product and this looks to be money well spent so far.

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    That's one of the nicer Steelheads I've seen. I like those downtube graphics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by XSL_WiLL
    That's one of the nicer Steelheads I've seen. I like those downtube graphics.
    Thanks! I love this bike. . . and it treats me well in return.

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    Here is my ride...DK General Lee...sock except

    DK Iron Cross Chain ring
    Shadow Conspiracy Chain
    Primo J-levers
    Added a front brake

    http://www.pinkbike.com/photo/830653/

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    CLUB BABY SEALS : so euro we're dead.

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    CLUB BABY SEALS : so euro we're dead.

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    ToP
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    BlkMrkt stem
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    RF pig pro dh headset
    hayes mags/galfer braided lines, danger boy levers, 6"
    outlaw rear w/stainless king cog, dt swiss front hub.
    RF cranks, goldtooth mafia bash, 32/15
    shimano dx pedals
    azonic post, sdg seat
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    Newer picture of my USB molly
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    The officer saw the words, "This Bike Is a Pipe Bomb" and became concerned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ---->SWERVE76<----
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    how does the marz djurban ride?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hofferfish
    how does the marz djurban ride?
    Coming from an 04 DJ2, it is lighter. The adjustable rebound is nice to have, but I dont use it much. I have the fork pumped up to about 15psi in each leg, stock oil, and spring. I lowered it to 65mm, and might go lower. This fork is perfect for me right now.
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    Here's mine...

    Hopefully nothing would break again for the next year or so. I've converted to SS, replaced the fork & wheelset w/in the last 2 months.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fiddy_ryder
    ToP
    pike
    BlkMrkt stem
    chase bars
    RF pig pro dh headset
    hayes mags/galfer braided lines, danger boy levers, 6"
    outlaw rear w/stainless king cog, dt swiss front hub.
    RF cranks, goldtooth mafia bash, 32/15
    shimano dx pedals
    azonic post, sdg seat
    so hows the SS treatin' ya?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anshwa
    Hopefully nothing would break again for the next year or so. I've converted to SS, replaced the fork & wheelset w/in the last 2 months.
    Nice!
    What gear is that? Looks like you could take a link out of that chain....

    32/16 usually works almost perfectly on an STP, I ran mine with that gear and didnt even need the tensioner.

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    some seriously nice bikes out there ..!

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    Nice!
    What gear is that? Looks like you could take a link out of that chain....

    32/16 usually works almost perfectly on an STP, I ran mine with that gear and didnt even need the tensioner.
    Thanks, Sittingduck! I just converted to SS for this bike so I have 32/18 to be conservative for now (the legs are weak). I tried taking out a link but it was too tight - it's kind'a too odd of a chainstay length for this gearing. Although I am starting to think of going 32/16 so based on what you're saying, I guess the tensioner's gonna be in the tool box for a while. The cranks on your STP looks really nice! Pretty huge there on the second pic!

    EDIT: I installed the 16t last night & I'm loving it! Yep, the tensioner's in the tool box now & I took out a link. I'll find out how it is on the trail going to the local jumps & see if it's harder to pedal. Good call, sittingduck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by XSL_WiLL
    I think you mean to rotate them back. Bending bars is bad. Let him do whatever he wants.

    By the way, are you on the Team Sally site?
    Yes I am....
    who are you? will89hot guy? If so, do you want the SRAM X9 shifter? I am in Aurora, IL til Monay the 15th. I brought it with me. PM me on TS if you want it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anshwa
    Hopefully nothing would break again for the next year or so. I've converted to SS, replaced the fork & wheelset w/in the last 2 months.
    Nice looking rig. Do you know (or can you check) if the chainstay/seatstay will clear a 203mm rotor? Thanks.

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    Nice looking rig. Do you know (or can you check) if the chainstay/seatstay will clear a 203mm rotor? Thanks.
    I'm not really sure. I'll check it tonight & let you know.

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    Behold!!! My fully stock STP in XC/commute mode (high saddle)...





    Anshwa:
    What's up. I had to snatch this bike for the price, even though I do kinda wish the frame was large (for mental XC reasons), but thanks for your insight. BTW, nice rig...

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    Nice!

    Nice one, bee! Don't mention it. I've been helped out countless times by others here in the forums. Enjoy the new bike, man!

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    hers my ride. Not that good of a pic
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    Roscoe P. Coltrane:



    Replaced this:
    The Super T you have is really a very good fork. I'd take that fork over a Fox 40 or a Boxer unless i was entering a fashon contest instead of a race

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    04' P3 long
    sherman firefly set at 100mm now
    hayes mag
    single tracks
    thomson stem
    easton bars
    odi lockons
    wtb saddle
    kenda Krad and shaved down nokian NBX
    32-16 gearing mbx single speed


    awesome bikes every1 need some more Pseries
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    Just a Hardrock comp Disc. Stock except for Bontranger Sport cranks i got for free after i warped my truvativ cranks.
    I know it's not even a urban bike really, but it's still fun as hell acting like an arse and jumping off of random things.

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