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    My bike

    hey i have a 04 norco bigfoot with a marzocchi MX comp and a race face bashguard the rest is stock i want to know what i should put on it to make it good for freeriding i know the bike isnt that good as it is and is totally messed up with the MX comp but it was free because the MZ race that came on it broke (MZ races suck worst fork ever)

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    try putting a fox vanilla or a marzocchi dj on it... and u should also get a chainguide (mabye a boxguide or blackspire)

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    o and pedals

    like wellgo's mabye

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    thanks i want to have to front sprockets so im thinking about a E13 DRS if i can find one cheap those seem pretty good from what ive heard those Box guides are nice tho

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    or an mrp Lrp

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    Is there any chainguide i can just buy the roller thing and not a bash guard because i like my Raceface and dont want to put out the extra money for another bashguard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norco_Rider180
    Is there any chainguide i can just buy the roller thing and not a bash guard because i like my Raceface and dont want to put out the extra money for another bashguard.
    um... i am not sure... the best i can think of is the heim (or however the heck u spell it) guide thing.

    try this: http://www.pricepoint.com/detail/134...hain-Guide.htm

    or this: http://www.pricepoint.com/detail/130...hain-Guide.htm
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ it comes with a bash but because it doesn't have the top half, it isn't so expensive and it's only $90 compared to the $200 world cup guides... so if you don't like the silver bash and want to stick w/ urs u can, and get a spare in the process.

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    yeah im thinking about one of those Heims im gunna go to a couple bike shops today and see what i can find

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    for a fork, check out them new rockshoxs PIKE series. they look nice. A fox is nice too.

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    yes, call Santiam Bike

    Quote Originally Posted by Norco_Rider180
    Is there any chainguide i can just buy the roller thing and not a bash guard because i like my Raceface and dont want to put out the extra money for another bashguard.
    Salem, Oregon 503.363.6602, they have exactly that for like $40 I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skinnyhippy
    Salem, Oregon 503.363.6602, they have exactly that for like $40 I think.

    tell them Leo sent you
    Hey man check out Chain Reaction Cycles @www.chainreactioncycles.com. They are in the UK, but they have a very large assortment of chainguides. They make a DMR guide that uses a bottom pully similar to a Hemi, but dosent include a bashring. Good luck,
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    awesome thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBsoxB
    o and pedals

    like wellgo's mabye

    www.Danscomp.com has the best selection of pedals for great deals. Check out the Primo Tenderizers. Under $20 in a bunch of colors too!
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    you should get new fox vanilla, and im sure you could get a pair of rollers and this http://mrpbike.com/product-boomerang.php from mrp, just call them up or email them and order the boomerang and 2 rollers.
    Also i have some more suggestions, but what is your budget gonna sound like?
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