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    Shes Alive!!! (Toy4)



    So like this took 3 months of working and mad time to get the parts....THis bike is like omg amazin and it took me forever to do but it was worth it I had it setup singlespeed and 24s and thought i would try something new so here it is.
    Toy4 New parts=
    26 S type wheels on Saint hubs
    Maxxis Holyrollers
    Saint deral...
    E 13 Srs with ummm RaceFace Northshore Dh cranks
    Sram x9 shifter
    Profile bars and Lizard skin lock on grips

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    Quote Originally Posted by bikerdave52


    So like this took 3 months of working and mad time to get the parts....THis bike is like omg amazin and it took me forever to do but it was worth it I had it setup singlespeed and 24s and thought i would try something new so here it is.
    Toy4 New parts=
    26 S type wheels on Saint hubs
    Maxxis Holyrollers
    Saint deral...
    E 13 Srs with ummm RaceFace Northshore Dh cranks
    Sram x9 shifter
    Profile bars and Lizard skin lock on grips
    Looks sweet.

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    Good job!

    dag..that bike looks like a ton of fun, wicked job with the build
    don't do anything else but ride bicycles..I'm a very complex individual

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    Good job!

    sickkkkk bike dave. i like what u did with it!

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    ******** you decided to try something new. I *****ed every day for you to get a mountain bike rather than that bmx contraption you had.

    haha dope
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    nice....

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    awesome bike, hows that frame

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    Quote Originally Posted by ebfreerider510
    awesome bike, hows that frame
    Dude its amazing i would recommend it to everyone its such a nice riding frame everyone who has riden it has said great things about it all of my buddies but Will!!!!!!! he hated it with 24s i thought it was sweet but 26s feel alot better.

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    sweet bike man
    Sully

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

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    Boo 26's. Just kidding looks good Dave. Now get your DH bike!
    SAYNDESYN on the Iron Horse Sunday,

    "There is no weekness. It is the bike that Jesus built after he gave up carpentry."

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    Ya sucks the pics are small but Im pissed i need a oversized centerlock B.S rotor is so dumb shimano is being stupid whats wrong with the whole 6 bolt thing lol but hopefully soon ill get some riding pics up

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    Thats'a Niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiize-a-nice!

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