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    2007 ti yeti by seven

    i wish they still made the ti yeti arc, what company would you pic to re-produce the geomety and style of the yeti arc in titanium, i was thinking about titus or seven??

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    Maybe you should go back to the company that originally built the ARC TI for Yeti.

    http://www.titaniumsports.com/

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    kent eriksen is making a titanium front end, stock yeti ASR back end frame soon. I think thats the closest you're going to get.

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    I am getting a 2006 Ti ARC...

    It's being made by Carl Strong

    It's got a lot of the great Yeti angles and dimensions plus input by Carl. I couldn't find a used Ti ARC and I wanted to go back to a hardtail from my AS-R.

    If true, it's good to hear Yeti is finally re-expanding it's materials lineup...

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    is yeti really going to make ti hardtails again?

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    i dont think they will be producing any more arc s in in ti. i just love my old 93 arc, and would love to see the frame even lighter and in ti

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    Strong definately makes exceptional bikes. If I wasn't such a pauper, I would splurge on a custom build with him.

    Still, I'm a Titus fan, so they still get the bulk of my purchases, but if it was the scenario of just one bike, cost no object, Carl would get some careful attention to by me.

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    71/73 geometry is dead - a 15 year old anachronism.

    There's lots of great new Ti bikes out there these days, I'm not sure why you'd want this sort of reproduction.
    No longer member of the bike industry nor society, so don't hassle me.

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    ... and if we just ...

    Because I like the ride and it's my bike. Nyahh.

    (don't worry, Carl updated me a bit!)

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