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    i rode a Ironhorse Sunday and was amazed by how it pedaled and how fast it felt. i want to get into dh and more serious fr next year. there is a Sunday frame for 1200, good deal? should i think of getting it? tranfer compontents from my gemini except fork (what to get) i likes the boxxer team that was on it and iwas also thinking of a Fox Dh 40
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    Quote Originally Posted by MTBSully
    got a link? Whats the condition?
    good condition, comes with rear wheel too, but its a large! how will that fit a 5'8/9 person? im going to compare the geometry.
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    got a link? Whats the condition?
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    Quote Originally Posted by hardcore newbie
    good condition, comes with rear wheel too, but its a large! how will that fit a 5'8/9 person? im going to compare the geometry.
    it probably wont, im 5'11 my bike is 18'' and id like to to be smaller. but its rider preference
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    Quote Originally Posted by saviorself
    it probably wont, im 5'11 my bike is 18'' and id like to to be smaller. but its rider preference
    yea the top tube is 2 inches longer and it probably stands higher too

    anyone have a 17" frame they want to sell??????????????????
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    Im so all over a 17" Sunday frame next year...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Bull
    Im so all over a 17" Sunday frame next year...
    Me too, me too.
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    My build is going to be so straight. DH40, SIC or Easton bars/stem, Bombshell rims/profile/dt swiss hubs, x.9/x.0, Carbon Hayes 9's with Goodriches, New style Bel Air seat or Selle Itali SLR. The only thing undecided is what cranks to do... (My profiles with Ti spindle wont fit it, and who is honestly willing to run a MRP on a DW designed bike...
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    me=gonna mac a Sunday ELITE.

    Gotta get some bling bling...I kinda wanna roll DeeMax on the 67.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Bull
    My build is going to be so straight. DH40, SIC or Easton bars/stem, Bombshell rims/profile/dt swiss hubs, x.9/x.0, Carbon Hayes 9's with Goodriches, New style Bel Air seat or Selle Itali SLR. The only thing undecided is what cranks to do... (My profiles with Ti spindle wont fit it, and who is honestly willing to run a MRP on a DW designed bike...
    sweet build wanna make me one while youre at it?

    does that mean your selling your demo frame next year??
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    Quote Originally Posted by hardcore newbie
    sweet build wanna make me one while youre at it?

    does that mean your selling your demo frame next year??
    Yah... 4of the Red Frames ever made, DHX5, Rigle Rear hub, Headset, Seatpost, Profile cranks with Ti spindle, mrp chainguide= $2000, a good deal considering what your getting and the frames rarity...
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    def get a small, dont even consider a large frame unless you are 6' or taller, or have really long arms. stand over is not an issue with the sunday's i love mine, does fox make a direct mount stem now for the dh40? im gettn the air carts. to upgrade my boxxer team to next years worldcup as far as cranks, get 170mm or 165mm cause the sunday rides low, very low. but it corners amazingly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Bull
    Yah... 4of the Red Frames ever made, DHX5, Rigle Rear hub, Headset, Seatpost, Profile cranks with Ti spindle, mrp chainguide= $2000, a good deal considering what your getting and the frames rarity...

    how did u manage to get a red frame?
    Looking for a 7.87 x 2.25mm shock, any brand any age that runs well!! cheap would be appreciated!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bighitboy
    def get a small, dont even consider a large frame unless you are 6' or taller, or have really long arms. stand over is not an issue with the sunday's i love mine, does fox make a direct mount stem now for the dh40? im gettn the air carts. to upgrade my boxxer team to next years worldcup as far as cranks, get 170mm or 165mm cause the sunday rides low, very low. but it corners amazingly.
    '06 Air carts won't fit in ANY '05 Boxxers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by austinb89
    how did u manage to get a red frame?
    Because im kool. (well actually its red front triangle, polished seatstay/link, and black chainstays...)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Bull
    Because im kool. (well actually its red front triangle, polished seatstay/link, and black chainstays...)

    haha niceee


    question to everyone-is anyone else having trouble viewing pictures? i see the picture link but no picture it sucksss
    Looking for a 7.87 x 2.25mm shock, any brand any age that runs well!! cheap would be appreciated!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Bull
    Yah... 4of the Red Frames ever made, DHX5, Rigle Rear hub, Headset, Seatpost, Profile cranks with Ti spindle, mrp chainguide= $2000, a good deal considering what your getting and the frames rarity...
    do you have pics? im interested!
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    u can find them all over..... its kyle straits bike

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    look what they sold 2 weeks ago http://classifieds.mtbr.com/cgi-bin/...uery=retrieval on mtbr
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