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    M3 Still Feels Good

    Rode again this AM and the bike feels good. Still the smae view on the suspension not helping bob AT ALL. But it is plush and light so whatever! I am still trying to unload the TITUS. I think for a good deal.

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    never mind...its a small, im 6'1

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    Same height I am, now you know why it has to go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ianjenn
    Same height I am, now you know why it has to go.
    just out of curiosity how much that frame (with shock) weigh in at?

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    Ya know I am not sure, the whole bike with PROFILES, DH TUBES AND DH TIRES weighs 41 LBS. It is lighter than the M1 I was told but not sure by how much. The kid I bought it off had it to 39LBS!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ianjenn
    Ya know I am not sure, the whole bike with PROFILES, DH TUBES AND DH TIRES weighs 41 LBS. It is lighter than the M1 I was told but not sure by how much. The kid I bought it off had it to 39LBS!

    i can't wait to roll mine around...waiting for the front brake adapter
    the trick is ENJOYING YOUR LIFE EACH DAY, don't waste them away wishing for better days

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    Quote Originally Posted by SMT
    i can't wait to roll mine around...waiting for the front brake adapter
    screw the front brake, ride it without it...!
    Quote Originally Posted by Bob
    everybody was dressed nice...I had shorts, Rogue T-shirt and sandles

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    Quote Originally Posted by BJ-
    screw the front brake, ride it without it...!


    you need a front brake for the steeps we ride out here
    the trick is ENJOYING YOUR LIFE EACH DAY, don't waste them away wishing for better days

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    Quote Originally Posted by SHIVER ME TIMBERS
    you need a front brake for the steeps we ride out here
    lame excuse. i ran my DEMO9 back in the day, with only a front brake and single speed for 2 weeks while i waited on parts.
    Quote Originally Posted by Bob
    everybody was dressed nice...I had shorts, Rogue T-shirt and sandles

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    Quote Originally Posted by BJ-
    lame excuse. i ran my DEMO9 back in the day, with only a front brake and single speed for 2 weeks while i waited on parts.
    i would ride with a front brake......besides there was a swell (surf-very high tide though took away some of the punch), My Gravity and the WHO concert for the weekend
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    BOB finish that thing already!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SHIVER ME TIMBERS
    i would ride with a front brake......besides there was a swell (surf-very high tide though took away some of the punch), My Gravity and the WHO concert for the weekend
    SMT....for crying out loud, dude. You've been building that bike for months.....you'd think you'd have ordered a brake adaptor when you ordered your brakes, no?

    Ok, be honest, do you actually ride your bike? I think eio's been riding his bike more than you these days......of course, it also broke a screw off in his arm.

    EB

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