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    575 on the Berryman Trail

    Thought you all would appreciate this shot of my 06 575 on the Berryman Trail. I've made quite a few updates recently including getting the Big Hit kit from PUSH and new CrossTrail wheels.
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    YESSSSIRRR! Still love the old knuckle frame. I recently jumped ship to Intense and got a Tracer 29er, but kept my 07 Yeti 575 raw just in case.....

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    Knucklebox. Turq with yellow flash. Polished bare aluminum swingarm.

    2005?





    I really do miss my old ride(s).
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    I still see my old Turquoise 575 locally once in a great while. It's like seeing an old, dear friend...

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    That's a 2006, and her name is Rocks Anne. She's been everywhere from Oak Ridge, Oregon to Dothat, Virginia, up Monarch Crest and Crested Butte in Colorado, down in Little Rock, north to Decorah Iowa, on the Brown County Trails in Indiana, and of course all over Missouri. Started out with a stock Enduro build, changed the Vanilla to a Float 140, got the RP3 shock when the original went bad. Changed the wheels out two years ago and just keep riding her. In the last month I rode her in Pueblo so she's got desert experience now too. Great bike. I sure though folks would be selling their old-school 575s, but you rarely see them for sale.
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    575 on the Berryman Trail

    Hey I sold you that fork! Glad to see you're still getting use out of it, Jim.


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    575 on the Berryman Trail

    Quote Originally Posted by eatdrinkride View Post
    Knucklebox. Turq with yellow flash. Polished bare aluminum swingarm.

    2005?





    I really do miss my old ride(s).
    <a href="http://s69.photobucket.com/user/jbeck575/media/10.jpg.html" target="_blank"><img src="http://i69.photobucket.com/albums/i49/jbeck575/10.jpg" border="0" alt=" photo 10.jpg"/></a>
    But you're still on a Yeti, right? Or did I miss something. I know there is a Knolly infection on SoMo, lol.


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    Yep that's been a great fork. I had it rebuilt this winter, really should send to PUSH, I like what they did to that shock so much. I still have the original 130mm Vanilla. Keep thinking there will be a good 575 frame show up but they are scarce as hens teeth. Darn hoarders! ;-)
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    Re: 575 on the Berryman Trail

    Quote.. But you're still on a Yeti, right? Or did I miss something. I know there is a Knolly infection on SoMo, lol

    Yes still riding Yeti. In fact I now have a 2012 frame as a replacement for my cracked 2008. I tried to swing a SB66 out of the deal but at the time they were unwilling to do that as everybody in the country seemed to want that bike.

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