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    Changes. on a scale of 1/10

    recently.......................................... .................................................. .........

    ... my bike has undergone some changes. it now has a sherman jumper and a DMR wingbar, instead of the z150 and easton ea 70 bar.

    looks sick, what would you rate this, 1/10?
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    dam, thats a hot bike, mmmmm, fo shur a ten.
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    'tis definitly a sic bike

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    its an awesome bike

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    i had to come back and look at it again. its till a ten!
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    shoulda kept the eastons, crossbars are gay

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Kadvang
    shoulda kept the eastons, crossbars are gay
    I agree. Looks pretty sweet though.

    9/10
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Kadvang
    shoulda kept the eastons, crossbars are gay
    This is true
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    arrr.......me matey..............ye be getting pieces of 8....arrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr
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    Quote Originally Posted by SHIVER ME TIMBERS
    arrr.......me matey..............ye be getting pieces of 8....arrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr
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    rate your bike? go back to pinkbike......

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    should have gotten the camo sherman then it would be an 11 out of 10
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Kadvang
    shoulda kept the eastons, crossbars are gay
    i liked 'em, but after takin off the z150 and putting on the jumper, i needed some more height.



    btw.... the cross bar saved my ass a few times trying to learn how to barspin....

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    doesn't really matter how it looks, it's what you can do on it..... but it does look pretty tight.
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    Quote Originally Posted by doubledecadefirehydrant
    doesn't really matter how it looks, it's what you can do on it..... but it does look pretty tight.
    hehehe... i learned a barspin yesterday, no footer today, and i'm gonna learn a faceplant tomorrow if i keep pushing myself like this.....

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    hey what rims are u running? the tioga DH factorys or the XC's?

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    I'd give it a 8.5 or 9. Those bars look like crap, swap em out for the old Eastons. Other then that it looks sick, have some of the BMX'ers teach you backflips and such
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    how are they holdin up too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sreiman
    hey what rims are u running? the tioga DH factorys or the XC's?
    uhhh... haven't i told you a few times?

    dh factory.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sreiman
    i kno, but mine arrived today except they gave me the xc's and not the dh's. urs looked like the xc's .... how they holdin up?
    still in true....

    and what's wit the hate on the crossbars?

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    i kno, but mine arrived today except they gave me the xc's and not the dh's. urs looked like the xc's .... how they holdin up?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBsoxB
    recently.......................................... .................................................. .........

    ... my bike has undergone some changes. it now has a sherman jumper and a DMR wingbar, instead of the z150 and easton ea 70 bar.

    looks sick, what would you rate this, 1/10?
    Sweet rims, where'd you get them, how much, and how do you like them ? Is it really hard to get tires mounted.

    SWEET 10/10

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBsoxB
    recently.......................................... .................................................. .........

    ... my bike has undergone some changes. it now has a sherman jumper and a DMR wingbar, instead of the z150 and easton ea 70 bar.

    looks sick, what would you rate this, 1/10?
    how much did you get yor fork for..im looking to get one soon to replace my dj3..i need something that is smoother and dirt jumps for me! how do you like the fork is it smooth?

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    Quote Originally Posted by OneBlueJoker
    how much did you get yor fork for..im looking to get one soon to replace my dj3..i need something that is smoother and dirt jumps for me! how do you like the fork is it smooth?
    i work at a shop, so can't tell...


    fork's alright.... i'd stick with marz though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBsoxB
    i work at a shop, so can't tell...


    fork's alright.... i'd stick with marz though.
    well im sellin the dj to my friend who just bout a titan...and the fork is air and not very smooth...anyone out there which do you think is better the sherman jumper or the pike team?

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    Quote Originally Posted by OneBlueJoker
    well im sellin the dj to my friend who just bout a titan...and the fork is air and not very smooth...anyone out there which do you think is better the sherman jumper or the pike team?
    get a pike and put it into the low travel mode. it's more versitile anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBsoxB
    recently.......................................... .................................................. .........

    ... my bike has undergone some changes. it now has a sherman jumper and a DMR wingbar, instead of the z150 and easton ea 70 bar.

    looks sick, what would you rate this, 1/10?
    JB...Looks good.

    Loose the cross bar...go back to the Eastons.
    The purpose of the new fork was to lower the fromt end. I know its hard to get used to but if you put taller bars you are defeating the puropose. Less travel but same geometry. The goal is to get the whole front end lower.

    Put your old bars back on...lower your seat a bit and go for a ride for a few miles...you'll get used to it pretty quick. Stay away from the park or street ridin till you get used to it. Then you'll be back to normal after a day or so. Then you can actually benefit from the lower front end.
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    Quote Originally Posted by freeriderizzle
    JB...Looks good.

    Loose the cross bar...go back to the Eastons.
    The purpose of the new fork was to lower the fromt end. I know its hard to get used to but if you put taller bars you are defeating the puropose. Less travel but same geometry. The goal is to get the whole front end lower.

    Put your old bars back on...lower your seat a bit and go for a ride for a few miles...you'll get used to it pretty quick. Stay away from the park or street ridin till you get used to it. Then you'll be back to normal after a day or so. Then you can actually benefit from the lower front end.
    i've already ridden the park etc with the bars... i also learned how to do barspins and no footers etc... i'm kinda used to them now and i have someone who wants to buy the eastons.

    and for me, besides lowering the front end a little bit was to make the steering faster, and have a shorter travel fork so i could pump the bowls better and they were both accomplished, even with the high-rise bars....




    btw... you gonna be at the park today?

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    Juicy brakes rock man ive got a pair on my bike and love em i also have a sherman but the flick model... defnitely a sweet ride there dude
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    When are you going to quit wasting money on that thing and buy a full supsension bike? A new fork wasn't absolutely necessary was it?
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