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    We the people ... Wanted: 16" 29er hardtail - cancel, bought one-love it!

    Anybody know of one they want to get rid of? It's pretty difficult to find a new one in this city, so thought I'd see if there's one out there collecting dust? Thanks!
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    Performance in Chandler had one not long ago.

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    There is a brand new 16" Soul Cycles (Local Company) Dillinger 29er hardtail sitting at Cactus Bike in Tooky waiting for a good home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sixsixtysix
    There is a brand new 16" Soul Cycles (Local Company) Dillinger 29er hardtail sitting at Cactus Bike in Tooky waiting for a good home.

    Photo of my Soul Cycle SS I just build a few months back. Think the frame at Cactus is a white one with light blue letters, slick!!!!



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    Its the raw "scotchbrite" finish with the blue lettering. Very nice looking frame.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sixsixtysix
    Its the raw "scotchbrite" finish with the blue lettering. Very nice looking frame.

    That's right "scotchbrite". slick frame and would make a great 3 x 9 as well as a SS

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    cool, I'll check it out - are all the Souls SS?

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    There is a small scott scale 29er at slippery pig for $1500. I have a scale 29er and really like it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by loveaz
    cool, I'll check it out - are all the Souls SS?
    Nope, you can run it SS or 3 x 9 (or whatever ratio)...................Drew

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    Quote Originally Posted by loveaz
    cool, I'll check it out - are all the Souls SS?

    As Grave said, it can be a SS, 1x9, 2x9 or 3x9. They are all Easton tubing, custom drop out system, eccentric bottom bracket and pretty light. Frame goes for $359 so a complete build would be pretty reasonable depending on part spec.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sixsixtysix
    As Grave said, it can be a SS, 1x9, 2x9 or 3x9. They are all Easton tubing, custom drop out system, eccentric bottom bracket and pretty light. Frame goes for $359 so a complete build would be pretty reasonable depending on part spec.

    That's the key right there! I wanted to build a reasonably cheap SS and when all was said and done I had more in it that may Yeti 575!!!!!! Hit people up for spare parts, crap I may have a beat up crank set you could run...................Drew

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    Checked out the Soul - it is very sweet frame but 18", not 16" so will have to do some stretching

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    Quote Originally Posted by loveaz
    Checked out the Soul - it is very sweet frame but 18", not 16" so will have to do some stretching

    PM sent...... try that........Drew

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    Quote Originally Posted by loveaz
    Checked out the Soul - it is very sweet frame but 18", not 16" so will have to do some stretching
    Doh, sorry, could have sworn that was a 16". If you call Chad at Soul Cycles (based in Tempe) he has the other sizes and colors.

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    Thanks for all the input - stopped by slippery pig and picked up the scott scale last night - took it out this morning for inaugural run - love it! Climbs like a champ, very light and agile! Can't wait to spin it at BBurner

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    Nice pick up and enjoy!..........Drew

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