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    I'm really digging the 180mm fork. How much does she weigh?

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    We couldn't turn down the offer to buy the last of the legendary ASR-7s. We are big fans here at the shop. We test rode them at Deer Valley and Interbike Outdoor Demo, and they were our favorite long travel fun bike. This thing shreds.

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    Haha. You guys pick up some of those frames too? Our shop picked up 5 of them for us shop guys and a few customers that couldn't pass them up.

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    Just put on the RC4 and 180mm Float. Love the upgrade! Also just added a ASR5 to compliment the 7.
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    Nice...I almost bought that 5, great deal! I'm building a SB66a to compliment my 7!

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    Quote Originally Posted by socalMX View Post
    Nice...I almost bought that 5, great deal! I'm building a SB66a to compliment my 7!
    Do you live in the Springs?

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    Hi guys, i have just bought a 2010 ASR7 frame and after looking through this thread cant wait to pick it up and having some serious fun.
    Will post pics when i get it built up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by andrewnielson View Post
    Do you live in the Springs?
    No, Los Angeles south bay! @ Kiwi you are going to love this bike! @ Swan, how are you liking the RC2 Vivid? I'm wanting to match the Lyrik with a RS shock since the SB will be all Fox!

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    Re: ASR-7 Build Thread

    here's a pic if mine. I am only getting the frame so will post when i have finished the build

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    My 7 showed up in the mail today. Can't wait to build it up this weekend. Swapping over most of the parts from my 575 I just sold.
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    Your gonna love it!!! Best bike I have owned, I too had a 575 prior to the ASR-7.
    Good luck!
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    So i am after a bit of advice, i am currently running hope pro 2 hubs with QR and have to convert to an axle for my ASR 7, is this the correct part i need Hope Conversion Kits Pro 2 X12 Rear | Buy Online | ChainReactionCycles.com

    Cheers for the advice
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    ASR-7 Build Thread

    Nope. You need the 12x135 axle. That one is the new x12 setup that is 12x142

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    Quote Originally Posted by kiwimtbr View Post
    So i am after a bit of advice, i am currently running hope pro 2 hubs with QR and have to convert to an axle for my ASR 7, is this the correct part i need Hope Conversion Kits Pro 2 X12 Rear | Buy Online | ChainReactionCycles.com

    Cheers for the advice
    Yup! Funny, im buying the same kit for my SB66!

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    [IMG]7&66.jpg[/IMG] (((Click to enlarge! I hate this new format!)))Here is the SB im buying it for! Currently have the Fox 34 160 CTD on the 7 and the fork is awesome! Upon completion of the SB I will be swapping forks and shocks seen in this pic! The CTD shock will work much better on the 66, as well as the coil on the 7!
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    Quote Originally Posted by kiwimtbr View Post
    So i am after a bit of advice, i am currently running hope pro 2 hubs with QR and have to convert to an axle for my ASR 7, is this the correct part i need Hope Conversion Kits Pro 2 X12 Rear | Buy Online | ChainReactionCycles.com

    Cheers for the advice
    Sorry perhaps i should add that i have the rear axle on my asr 7 but need to convert my hub
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    ASR-7 Build Thread

    If you have hope pro 2 hubs you replace the axle inside the hub and end caps with a 12x135 axle kit, If you have the pro 2 evo hubs just replace the end caps

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    Quote Originally Posted by KrisRayner View Post
    If you have hope pro 2 hubs you replace the axle inside the hub and end caps with a 12x135 axle kit, If you have the pro 2 evo hubs just replace the end caps
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    Got my bike all built up. I've got a few issues to work out.

    A dropper post is almost mandatory. I did not take into account the curved seat tube.

    My rear tire(2.35 Hans Dampf) rubs ever so slightly. Only the center knobs rub. Is there a way to move the rear tire back any? I've been thinking about the High Roller II. Anyone running that tire on a 7?

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    Just got done with the first ride. I got my seat post cut down and ended up buying the Highroller II. The Hans Dampf is such a high volume and "round" tire. The HRII has a flatter profile and even though it is a 2.4 it fit much better. Don't really like how the HRII does in the mud. The trails were pretty dry and that tire was still all over.

    Coming from a 575, the 7 was very similar. It climbs the same, but going down was a dream. So much more stable and predictable. The 575 felt like a wet noodle in comparison. Such an awesome bike. I'm in love.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doba View Post
    Got my bike all built up. I've got a few issues to work out.

    A dropper post is almost mandatory. I did not take into account the curved seat tube.

    My rear tire(2.35 Hans Dampf) rubs ever so slightly. Only the center knobs rub. Is there a way to move the rear tire back any? I've been thinking about the High Roller II. Anyone running that tire on a 7?

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    B!tchin' build Doba!

    PS - here's what a High Roller UST (not II) looks like in a 2011 575 - about 5-6 mm clearance. The HR's do well in the mud. I've yet to see a HRII up close.

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    2011 Yeti 575 - 2015 Fox Float 36 RC2 160 / Fox Float X - 30.6 lbs

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    best bike ever. 32.9lb that can keep up with 28lb AM bikes and ride with 40lb DH beasts.

    only reason I'd ever change bikes is if anyone made a 7" carbon bike, which doesnt look likely considering this 650b fad...

    working on xx1 and a new seatpost, along with new tires i'm aiming for 30ish lb.

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    Is anyone running a Cane Creek Double Barrel coil? I might have one coming my way. Need to know if there are any issues.

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    Quote Originally Posted by qqfob View Post

    only reason I'd ever change bikes is if anyone made a 7" carbon bike, which doesnt look likely considering this 650b fad...

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    That's the sad reality I think.... The whole wheel size obsession is getting really annoying!!!
    2011 Yeti 575 - 2015 Fox Float 36 RC2 160 / Fox Float X - 30.6 lbs

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    Working the asr7's enduro/park nativeness... And it's mate carbine

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    here's mine when first built (w/ edge wheels) and before selling it (w/ the green hubs/spokes I9 Enduro wheelset)
    Cane Creek Double Barrell Air is a noticeable uograde when riding

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    Quote Originally Posted by lucianosilva9 View Post
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    Blow up the DHXAir!

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