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    chainstay seems a little too long for my liking.

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    Good job! 2006 Trek Session 10"

    thoughts on the new 2006 Trek 10"? looks nice to me.

    http://www.nsmb.com/gear/trek_07_05.php

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    The Session 10 reminds me of a gigantic 2005 Enduro. I like it.

    The Session 77 still looks sick.

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    chainstay seems a little too long for my liking.

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    I agree

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    looks sweet!
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    Shandro Is Sooo Lucky...
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    does it still qualify as a mountainbike?
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    Mmmm..."supple, forgiving ride"

    This bike definately looks like a winner. For one, it sure is better looking than the old Trek Diesel in the lower pic!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RobsterCraw
    chainstay seems a little too long for my liking.
    looks on the shorter side really, probably an illusion with the inset laid-back seat post. It is meant to be a race rig tho.
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    the shop i work at carries trek! he he he im gonna start saving and getting even better!
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    i wonder what the frame price will be? looks pretty darn nice, oh yeah and wonder what the rear wheel spacing will be

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    Even more interesting is that Manitou shock mounted on the new bike. Anyone know the story with that thing?
    JackNugz

    Quote Originally Posted by zedro
    no, but they are shinier....it's like the fututre, where everything is really really shiny.....but still really just the same ol'crap

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    that thing looks pretty decent...and i hate trek! thankfully it just has trek on the bottom of the down tube so i can deal with that. i may have to investigate this guy alittle bit more....

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    Quote Originally Posted by konabiker
    Even more interesting is that Manitou shock mounted on the new bike. Anyone know the story with that thing?
    check out hammerhead bikes dot com they had a whole write up about it

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    the session is an amazing bike just to look at go to ur LBS and check out the rear traingle and tubing is soooo cool
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    Quote Originally Posted by finchy
    the session is an amazing bike just to look at go to ur LBS and check out the rear traingle and tubing is soooo cool
    The session looks nice, but I have heard there are issues with that moveable rear dropout staying tight and the bolts that hold it stripping. Anyone seen this?

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    As long as the price isn't an arm and a leg then I think that's going to be my next DH bike. Sooo sweet.

    Anybody who works at a trek shop know about how much it'll be? As far as frameset/different builds? Hopefully its not as much of a ripoff as the Deisel was...
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    those bikes look sick...the session 10 is my favourite,looks amazing
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    looks like a Stinky
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    Quote Originally Posted by SHIVER ME TIMBERS
    looks like a Stinky

    yeah, except for that fact that it looks nothing like a stinky
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