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    50$/day rental for a Big Top????
    I spent $5800 for mine and I ride at least 300 days a year. 50x300=15000$$$$$
    looks like I'm getting paid to ride to the tune of ~10k a year!!! that puts me in the black...fiscally.
    What to do.....What to do.....buy another Yeti or take the wife on a vacation?

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    I just put a Straight Line chain guide and the internal upgrade for the DT rear hub. I'll post some pictures soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bikesinmud View Post
    50$/day rental for a Big Top????
    I spent $5800 for mine and I ride at least 300 days a year. 50x300=15000$$$$$
    looks like I'm getting paid to ride to the tune of ~10k a year!!! that puts me in the black...fiscally.
    What to do.....What to do.....buy another Yeti or take the wife on a vacation?
    No brainer...more Yeti
    Get a bicycle. You will not regret it, if you live. ~Mark Twain, "Taming the Bicycle"

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    The Straight line was easy to set up and I don't have to worry about keeping it lubed. I am going for a ride this afternoon to see how the hub upgrade works.

    will not let me upload, I'll try again later.

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    Bid you go with the 36 pawl upgrade? It's pretty simple to do and I found it does make a difference in engagement.

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    yeah, it took about 5min. It sounds cool, can't wait to try it out.

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    Here's my build, not sure why it took me so long to post this.
    1x10 SRAM X7 with MRP chainguide
    Fox F29 with kashima coating
    ZTR Crest wheels with 12x142mm rear axle
    Kenda Slant Six tires tubeless

    I absolutely love this bike. After breaking 3 Niner AIR 9's I went with the beefier Big Top frame. Super solid. More relaxed geometry than the Niner actually felt more comfortable. The 1.5" headtube with the 15mm axle is great, you can really tell the difference.
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    12x142 rear? I didn't know they made those drop outs for the BT. Mine came with 10x135 and SS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bikesinmud View Post
    12x142 rear? I didn't know they made those drop outs for the BT. Mine came with 10x135 and SS.
    Yeti makes a chipset to run either axle in the rear.

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    Speaking of the dropouts, I had a hard time finding them. I think I called every Yeti dealer in California one night in panic. Big Swinging Cycles in San Fran had the hookup, they know what's up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheFCuddy View Post
    Speaking of the dropouts, I had a hard time finding them. I think I called every Yeti dealer in California one night in panic. Big Swinging Cycles in San Fran had the hookup, they know what's up.
    I got mine from Jenson USA in the spring. The rear chip for the ASR5 is the same as the Big Top, but they weren't advertising that back then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zenboy99 View Post
    I got mine from Jenson USA in the spring. The rear chip for the ASR5 is the same as the Big Top, but they weren't advertising that back then.
    The Big Top comes stock with 10x135mm dropouts which are compatible with standard QR. In order to run the 12x142mm axle you have to spend $40 for the chips and like $50 for the axle. I just looked now that you mentioned it, the ASR 5 comes with 12x142mm stock. That is no joke! When I first got my BT I thought it came with a 12x142 stock so I had my local shop build me a ZTR Flow on a Chris King 12x142mm. I took it home and tried to put it on my bike and then I made a face like this: A few minutes later I realized the issue and soon discovered that Big Swinging Cycles was the only place I could find that had the setup in stock. Yes, it was dumb but now people with the same issue can learn from my experience.

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    I had to send 4 e-mails to Yeti to clarify this back then. Jenson told me the ASR 5 chip wouldn't work, and Yeti said it would work. Then it took me months to find a 12x142mm axle. I'm really happy with the setup though

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    Quote Originally Posted by zenboy99 View Post
    I had to send 4 e-mails to Yeti to clarify this back then. Jenson told me the ASR 5 chip wouldn't work, and Yeti said it would work. Then it took me months to find a 12x142mm axle. I'm really happy with the setup though
    That's awesome! I had a few shops tell me that I could not run a standard QR rear wheel on the BT with the stock 10x135 setup. I feel better knowing that I am not the only knuckle head out there...Really we are not knuckle heads, everything cutting edge in mountain biking is a proprietary design that only a select number of people are experts on and most don't even know exists. That being said, the 12x142mm setup is awesome.

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    I am 6' with a 34" inseam. Should I buy a medium or large? I'm currently on a large 575.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drmurrow View Post
    I am 6' with a 34" inseam. Should I buy a medium or large? I'm currently on a large 575.
    I'm 6'1" with a 34" inseam, ride large ASR5c, large 575 and the large BT is also right on the money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drmurrow View Post
    I am 6' with a 34" inseam. Should I buy a medium or large? I'm currently on a large 575.
    me too

    large 575, large 7, large BT
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    So me being 5'11 would be better off on a medium? I ride a med asr7 and a medium 575.
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    @zenboy99 nice bikes man..

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaviTutku View Post
    @zenboy99 nice bikes man..
    Thank you! Absolutely love this bike, definitely my favorite out of over 30 owned in my life.

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    Well after a year mine has evolved some.

    Dropped the lefty, lefty was a nice fork, lockout was a great feature but the lefty and I just never clicked. There are a few reasons but Ill refrain from getting into those reasons in this thread.

    I Dropped FSA stem, waaaay to much flex

    Picked up new cranks and a set of race goldís with ss hub. I am waiting for a new HBC ring for the cranks, till then I am running just the stock middle ring.

    Brakes, the XX I had were basically junk when compared to the xtrs.

    Still very happy and love the bike, no creaks, no moans, bike has held up very well.









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    Having fun on my BT! Trying to figure out how to pay for an SB95,,,

    <iframe src="http://player.vimeo.com/video/34544747?title=0&byline=0&portrait=0" webkitallowfullscreen="" mozallowfullscreen="" allowfullscreen="" frameborder="0" height="225" width="400"></iframe> from Uncle Trail on Vimeo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scarsandtears View Post
    So me being 5'11 would be better off on a medium? I ride a med asr7 and a medium 575.
    I am 5'11 and I rode a large 575 and now I ride a large BT. We are right in the middle so do what works for you
    "Im just going to explore a little bit..."

    Dont make me be the bad guy...

    Do I need a pass to ride this trail?

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    Quote Originally Posted by UncleTrail View Post
    Having fun on my BT! Trying to figure out how to pay for an SB95,,,

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    Im with you on that although I am really digging the BT
    "Im just going to explore a little bit..."

    Dont make me be the bad guy...

    Do I need a pass to ride this trail?

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    My Big Top

    Here is my Big Top, 1st Yeti, 1st 29er!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dblvanos View Post
    Well after a year mine has evolved some.

    Dropped the lefty, lefty was a nice fork, lockout was a great feature but the lefty and I just never clicked. There are a few reasons but Ill refrain from getting into those reasons in this thread.
    dblvanos, could you elaborate about the Lefty in a PM?

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    2012 Big Top

    I just got a 2012 on a warranty replacement. Once I get it all built up I will throw some pictures up. The black paint looks great!

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    Bike setup:
    * Frame Size & Color: '12 Big Top, Large, black
    * Fork: Fox F29 FIT RLC 100, 15mm
    * Brakes: X0 (185F/160R)
    * Shifter: XX 2x10
    * Cranks: XX 2x10 (175mm/26/39 156QF) The cranks seem to clear the chainstays by about 5-6mm w/ the narrower Q Factor
    * Rear Derailleur: XX
    * Front derailleur : X0 HDM
    * Pedals: Time Atac XS Carbon
    * Stem: Thomson Elite X4 (90mm)
    * Handlebar: Easton EC90 SL 636mm,Low
    * Seatpost: Ritchey WCS 400mm
    * Saddle: Selle Italia Max Flight
    * Bottom Bracket: Chris King
    * Cassette: XX 11-36
    * Chain: 1090R
    * Headset: Cane Creek Forty
    * Grips: Ergon GE1
    * Front Tire: Panaracer Rampage 2.35
    * Front Rim: ZTR Arch EX - Wheelset courtesy of Redstone Cyclery in Lyons, CO
    * Front Hub: Hope Pro II 15mm
    * Rear Tire: Maxxis Ignitor 2.10
    * Rear Rim: ZTR Arch EX
    * Rear Hub: DT 240S QR, 36 tooth star ratchet

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    Big Top SS build questions

    Building a Big Top SS. Have accumulated all the parts except the crankset and wheelset. Question: Is there a reason to go with a SS specific rear hub? Seems like it might be wiser to just use a regular hub and spacers in case I ever get to missing gears.... but if there is a good reason to use a ss specific hub then I will.... I just don't know what that reason is if there is one. Help!

    Also, thought on crankset? I'm leaning towards the White Industries but want to explore all of my options before I pull the trigger on it.

    Will post pics as soon as I get her done.

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    I've got Hive cranks on mine in 180 length, very solid and they don't need much fiddling with. I went with the SS hub, I wanted a dishless rear wheel for it's added stiffness. The big top is a solid bike and makes a perfect SS, the dedicated SS rear wheel only adds to the stiffness of the overall package. I wouldn't want to put gears on it as it works so well as is with only 1. BTW, go with home brew ti if you can afford them, at the moment I've got over 15k km's on these gears and they have yet to begin showing any wear.

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    Thanks for your input. So I guess the SS specific hub is supposedly stiffer than a single cog on a regular hub? Are your home brew gears aluminum or titanium?

    So far I've got the frame, a 2011 large I bought second hand. IMHO a yeti should have turquoise paint somewhere. A 2012 SID world cup xx fork, Thompson post and stem, Chris king headset and bb, Easton 70 carbon bar, Hayes stroker trail brakes, oury grips. Going to go with Stan's crest wheel set once I decide on hubs. And then on to the crank dilemma...

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    the cogs I'm using are ti. regarding the stiffness of the rear wheel, it depends on how strong you are. if your a lightweight or you've trouble with putting down some serious watts then the regular hub should be fine. don't forget the SS will turn you into a monster and teaches you how to suffer/ smile at the same time. so why not get the dishless wheel right from the start? Besides, an SS hub looks killer on there.

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    I..., I am sorry to waste space on the internet, but after all this saving and scrimping convincing the old lady that a $3K bicycle is a totally normal thing, Yeti changed the color!? I called every lbs in the state, and no one online seems to have a 2011 in large. Bummer dude. still going to a friggin awesome bike, but still.

    -Edit. I just had an epiphany while looking at the Crank Bros. website. I can build a bike with a black and gold color scheme. All is well.

    -Edit 2. placed order for a large race at an LBS, now the wait.
    Last edited by pontoon; 05-29-2012 at 05:07 PM. Reason: saw the light

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    Quote Originally Posted by ebrownw2 View Post
    Question: Is there a reason to go with a SS specific rear hub? I'm leaning towards the White Industries but want to explore all of my options before I pull the trigger on it.
    Yes, it's stronger and easier to keep true. Dont go weight weenie and get noodle-y rims though if you actually ride your bike.

    WI cranks are awesome. Stupid easy to maintain, and square taper bottom brackets are cheap and plentiful.

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    Went with the White Industries cranks and Arch EX rims with CK (SS) hubs. Really blew up the budget on this one haha. Hopefully I will have it all together in a couple of weeks and will post pics. Still waiting on my "local" Yeti dealer to get my SS dropouts in... and then I just have to figure out how to get this piece of $%* broken crank bros headset out of my frame.

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    Mine will be here on Monday.

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    F**KING hell yes dudes, i got my bike and it rules. And even cooler, it has a 2013 Float fork that came in black, which make the white wellgo mg-1's i ordered look silly, but man it all looks so good. I need some gold pedals to match that kashima. I so wanted a black fork.
    but who cares about all that frippery, it goes like distilled awesomeness.
    for perspective, my ancient steed that still wheezes along is a 1993 Cannondale 3.0 with a Pro-Flex fork, it begs me to kill it when i ride. Now it can finally relax.

    the new bone stock 2012 Big Top with the Race build. Sold buy the cool guys at Big Tree Bikes in seattle. small shop, nice to see a place that is all MTB.



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    Let's do this.
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    Where did you get the 2011 frame from? Is it used or new?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kirium View Post
    Where did you get the 2011 frame from? Is it used or new?
    eBay. Used.

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    my new Big Top
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    Big Top In Alaska

    Big Top build. Large- 26 and some lbs ish

    Wheels: ZTR Flows set up tubeless
    Handlebar: Carbon fiber something or other
    Stem: Ritchey 4-Axis 80mm
    Tires: Racing Ralph (Tubeless)
    Seatpost: Ritchey
    Crankset: XT
    Seat: WTB Devo
    Shifters: XT
    Rear: XT
    Front:XT
    Brakes: XT
    Pedals: Time Atac

    I've wanted a 29r for a while, and waited until I could afford to do it right. Aside from the creaking that I finally got to go away (I hope), this bike is awesome for everything. I'm 220lbs and 6'2''. I have a hard time finding bikes that are super stiff laterally, and can stand up to an abusive relationship. It's all I've ridden this year so far, and just barely miss my fs bike (very sad for me to say, although there are a few rides I save for the fs bike specifically.) Picture is from Denali National Park this past weekend. Flew into Kantishna and rode 110 miles out on Denali Park Road. Mckinley was visible and saw bears, sheep, moose, etc. Highly recommend the trip. Done on a 29r hardtail this nice was a blast. Cheers.
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    Nice pic of Mckinley! Bike is nice too. Sounds like an awesome trip.

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    Going to try out the whisky fork for a while

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    diggin that whiskey fork, keep us posted with how it rides

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    What size tires are those?

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    Quote Originally Posted by [_-_-_-_] View Post
    What size tires are those?
    Rocket Ron and Racing Ralph 2.25. This winter I will a more aggressive 2.35 or 2.4.

    Initial thoughts:

    Handeling is quicker as expected
    Bike feels light (also expected)
    The fork is compliant and take the edge off rocky and rooted terrain

    The only thing bad about the fork has more to do with my personal ability. When out with friends riding for fun the bike is awesome set up rigid. However at race pace I have become reliant on my squish to offset my fatigue. When I start start seeing red at race pace it gets harder and harder to hold clean lines and I find myself getting beat up. Big wheels and 100mm of travel has a pretty good way of compensating.

    That is my deficiency though, as some of the faster guys in my region ride full rigid.

    I will follow up with long term durability in the future.
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    10 posts finally.

    New 2013 Big Top - Factory Race Build
    Weighed in at 25 lbs 6 oz total (minus water bottles & GPS)

    Pre-maiden voyage


    Colorado flag label


    New for 2013 Saddle:


    New 2013 Fox CTD dial:


    Garmin Edge 500, totally worth the bone$$:


    Fox 32 TALAS, Float 29, Kashima Coat, CTD fork (now that's a mouthful):


    Hollowtech, just cool:


    "It's Swiss"... but not like the cheese:


    Stealth:


    After a few rides. Dirty is her preferred look naturally
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    11' Big Top
    Size:Medium
    Shifters:XO
    Brakes:XO
    Front:XO
    Rear:XO
    Crank:X9
    Stem:Thomson Elite
    Seat Post:Thomson Elite
    Headset:Chris King
    Bars:Ritchey Carbon
    Fork:Rock Shox Reba RLT TI
    Wheels:Mavic Crossmax
    Seat:WTB Silverado
    Tires:Continental Race King

    Just under 25 lbs.
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    Just arrived today- Last of the XLs on clearance at Huck-n-Roll. Standard Race build, which is nice, as the cockpit matches that of my SB-95 exactly. Converted the wheels to tubeless, converted shifter to I-spec, and put on the XTR pedals. Will get the steerer cut in the next day or so. 26.1 lbs with pedals and cages.

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