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    thanks Fred!

    Been through several changes, but 3+ yrs on and still the best bike I have ever owned.
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    nice looking bike. It's good to see people hanging onto their bikes long-term. A lot of the discussion here is about the newest, lightest, and gucci-est bikes on the market. We sometimes forget to respect the tried and true frames.
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    Good job! Great looking bike

    Quote Originally Posted by lukeduke
    Been through several changes, but 3+ yrs on and still the best bike I have ever owned.
    OT what is under your thuddy? How do you like the 1" version
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    Quote Originally Posted by DeeZee
    OT what is under your thuddy?
    Bottle opener?

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    I would have thought the curved seat stays would have softened things enough in the rear? Is the thuddy for extra cush?

    Very nice looking bike

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    that bike just looks classy despite its age.

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    wisecracker

    bottle opener from Ahrens bicycles on the seatpost of course.
    i really like the short travel thudbuster. i tried both, liked the st better. tried a WB air post too, but that was not as nice. I am in AZ, lots of very rocky trails, the extra little cush is very helpful. I also commute to work on this bike on a canal trail, so it makes that 3 mile spin each way a little more comfortable since i am in normal work clothes not chamoised/padded shorts.

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