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    Hey guys who is running a Totem, and are you running 160 or 180? I am looking to replace my 36 Fox Float 160.

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    Picked up a used CCDB Coil for pretty cheap and got it mounted. Just need it to stop pouring and find some time to ride. Can't wait to hit the bike park.

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    Anybody running a marzocchi 66. I'm about to embark on a 7 build on a budget and i'm considering this fork?

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    need a rear thru axle for my 7. Anybody know where i could pick one up, other than yeti? They want $80 for that thing. Are there any aftermarket replacements available?

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    ASR-7 Build Thread

    Have you tried ebay or amazon? If its same thru axle (142x12) that I'm using on my 575 I believe it's the SM-AX75. $50 on amazon right now. Although if the 7 uses a 135x12 - then not sure...
    2011 Yeti 575 - 2015 Fox Float 36 RC2 160 / Fox Float X - 30.6 lbs

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    just build it, and love it !
    planning to put a 180inch fox 36 talas, but in the meantime, marzzocchi 55 makes me happy enough.

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    Yeti ASR-7 rear axle

    Quote Originally Posted by wessactor View Post
    need a rear thru axle for my 7. Anybody know where i could pick one up, other than yeti? They want $80 for that thing. Are there any aftermarket replacements available?
    As far as I have searched, the only rear axle that will fit the frame is the Yeti one, found at their web store.

    I got the DT Swiss but it's conical shape on the lever side doesn't insert in te rear triangle rear axle...

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    just build it, and love it !
    planning to put a 180inch fox 36 talas, but in the meantime, marzzocchi 55 makes me happy enough.
    Looks good man. I would also look into a better rear shock. I surprisingly really like the CTD on mine currently and I have tried just about every shock there is!

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    SEND it with a 7!

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    refurbished, and better than new

    anodized silver/anodized iron frame finish
    all new hardware (Ti bolts)
    all new bearings (Enduro)
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    Update on my ASR7 .... Wtb Silverado Pro, Fox Yeti custom stickers ...










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    I want to change out the RP32, does this work instead?

    Fox Racing Shox DHX 5.0 Air Rear Shock 7.785 x 2.25 w/Hardware?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bstoic View Post
    I want to change out the RP32, does this work instead?

    Fox Racing Shox DHX 5.0 Air Rear Shock 7.785 x 2.25 w/Hardware?
    No no and NO! Avoid the DHXAir like the plague! Not only are the #s wrong, that is a terrible shock! I have tried a few and like I have read from others, the shock has no mid stroke support and just sits deep and wallows. To get it to sit up I had to use way too much pressure and that caused a really harsh terrible ride.

    A I agree the RP is not great on the 7. I am now using a Float CTD on both my 7 and my Rune and that is one great lightweight shock. It fits the 7 really well, easy to set the proper sag and offers a great climbing platform. Sits nicely in the mid and the valving is spot on, a far cry from the old RP23. Best thing is they can be had pretty cheap in the used market, most are new take offs. Check here- Buy and Sell Mountain Bikes, Gear and Parts - Pinkbike


    @ JPVM, lookin good! Where did you get the custom fork decals?

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    Ya, my biggest concern are the numbers really. That and Im more use to HT's and I really prefer a shock with a good "working" propedal for nasty climbs.

    Is this more in line with the specs?
    RockShox Monarch RT3 Black (165x38 / 6.5"x1.5") Mid-Tune Rear Shock

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    Quote Originally Posted by bstoic View Post
    Ya, my biggest concern are the numbers really. That and Im more use to HT's and I really prefer a shock with a good "working" propedal for nasty climbs.

    Is this more in line with the specs?
    RockShox Monarch RT3 Black (165x38 / 6.5"x1.5") Mid-Tune Rear Shock
    Only shock to use on the 7 is 8.5x2.5 which is a super common size and easy to find. Same size is on many bikes including the Nomad and Mojo.

    Believe me when I say, the "C" in CTD climb mode is far better than any pro pedal...

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    Thanks for the information bud!

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    Quote Originally Posted by socalMX View Post
    No no and NO! Avoid the DHXAir like the plague! Not only are the #s wrong, that is a terrible shock! I have tried a few and like I have read from others, the shock has no mid stroke support and just sits deep and wallows. To get it to sit up I had to use way too much pressure and that caused a really harsh terrible ride.

    A I agree the RP is not great on the 7. I am now using a Float CTD on both my 7 and my Rune and that is one great lightweight shock. It fits the 7 really well, easy to set the proper sag and offers a great climbing platform. Sits nicely in the mid and the valving is spot on, a far cry from the old RP23. Best thing is they can be had pretty cheap in the used market, most are new take offs. Check here- Buy and Sell Mountain Bikes, Gear and Parts - Pinkbike


    @ JPVM, lookin good! Where did you get the custom fork decals?
    Good advice I was also loooking a replacement of the RP23 , my son's ASR5 came with the Fox CTD , will try that one !!


    PS : The Yeti Fox Colorado stickers can be bought ant Slik Graphics

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    Quote Originally Posted by socalMX View Post
    Just built the 7 back up with some nicer parts! Tried a few other frames but keep coming back to this one!

    Mavic CrossMax SX wheels
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    From today's ride. Changed out the drivetrain on my 7 recently. Was 1x9 with X9 stuff and running a chain guide. Now 1x10 with all XT to include new cranks and a Race Face narrow wide 30t chainring. Love the new setup.

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    I'm "done" with my 7 build. I'd like new forks and lighter wheels, but I'd rather build up a '14 575 instead.

    2011 XL ASR-7
    XT drivetrain w/ 30t RaceFace Narrow/Wide
    XT brakes w/ ICE tech rotors 203/180
    Fox 36 TALAS RC2 160mm
    Fox RC4 w/ Ti coil
    Azonic Outlaw wheels
    Thomson dropper w/ WTB Yeti saddle
    RaceFace SIXc 780mm bars, Sunlin V1 stem, Yeti grips
    Spank Spike pedals

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    ASR-7 Build Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Doba View Post
    I'm "done" with my 7 build. I'd like new forks and lighter wheels, but I'd rather build up a '14 575 instead.

    2011 XL ASR-7
    XT drivetrain w/ 30t RaceFace Narrow/Wide
    XT brakes w/ ICE tech rotors 203/180
    Fox 36 TALAS RC2 160mm
    Fox RC4 w/ Ti coil
    Azonic Outlaw wheels
    Thomson dropper w/ WTB Yeti saddle
    RaceFace SIXc 780mm bars, Sunlin V1 stem, Yeti grips
    Spank Spike pedals

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew8404 View Post
    Looks good



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