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    its finally done (transition porn inside)

    my 66 rc2 eta got here yesterday so my dirtbag is finally done. i've been working on getting this thing together for the last few months. i can't believe how awesome it rides.










    i'm so glad that marzocchi was out of 66 rc2x's when i ordered. the eta is the greatest feature ever. i was using it constantly out on the trail

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    man very sweet......congrats to you
    the trick is ENJOYING YOUR LIFE EACH DAY, don't waste them away wishing for better days

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    Drool.......... Thats a great build man. Great porn for sure!
    Passion is what we all need, the rest is secondary.
    Yeah I ride fixed on occasion, get over it.

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    nice, very nice ....riding pics???
    Be at the Rio on June 12th at 7:00pm!

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    Quote Originally Posted by balfabiker22
    nice, very nice ....riding pics???
    none yet was out on my own today but they will come soon

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    Oh damn, Very nice

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    Congrats, sweet ride. Have they always been so beefy? For some reason I don't recall the HT gusset...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MonkeyBidnezz
    Congrats, sweet ride. Have they always been so beefy? For some reason I don't recall the HT gusset...
    they redesigned the frame for 2007. they added the headtube gusset, used round instead of square tubing, and made a few other tweaks.

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    Sick DB. Looks awesome. Love the white!

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    Argh I want a 66 RC2 ETA

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    ^^ Yeah I think the 66 compliments the DB perfectly.

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    Why not a 888? just a question

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    Quote Originally Posted by -Insomnia-
    Why not a 888? just a question
    mm maybe because he doesnt want 8 inches of travel or because he is climbing (which is probably the reason, since it has eta)
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    "jesus would huck it"
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    i have found the 1.5" headtubes to be slightly larger in diameter than 1 1/8", plus or minus

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    Interesting, cable brake in front, and hydro on the back....
    Sweet looking bike!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sittingduck
    Interesting, cable brake in front, and hydro on the back....
    Sweet looking bike!
    yeah that's cause my adapter for the front brake is in the mail. i've got gustavs front and rear. i just threw the bb7 on there till the gustav adapter shows up.

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