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    My pewter headset found a home...

    Picked this up from a demo fleet here in Nor*Cal... threw in a few of my stocks.. just that it weighs 33 lbs.. but feels like 27.. as they say.. love those love handles.... [ATTACH]Attachment 310021[/ATTACH]
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    Nice! I'm assuming you added the shock... or at least the TI spring. How's the ride?

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    That bike rocks!!! Nice job.

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    What the? Where did you find that rear shock? It looks really cool, but how does it ride? Burly bikes need springs.

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    thanks fellas.... I haven't ridden on the coil shock yet.. had to try out the air shock first, I've never had a front 20mm through axel before, but, now I know what people are talking about. the ride last saturday was suuuweeet! it made the my riding simpler.. hmmm just running through anything, it corners really nice, I was even surprise on how well it climed, I actually cleared a wall without adjusting the fork.. I wasn't too familiar with the rear dhx air shock, so tinkering with all adjustments was a bit challenging. I have always love the coil feel. so, will try that this weekend..

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