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    What does your Truth Weight?

    I have finally finished building my Truth to how I want it... (I think!) and absolutely love it! I have done the spreadsheet thing and also on the digital scales off a bike standard (more accurate)

    Coming in on the weight on the bike stand it is 10.901 kg that's just under 24lb

    18" Truth 2005 model..


    crossmax sl
    kenda karma 2.0 tires with stans sealant
    04 SID World Cup carbon forks
    chris king headset
    thomson stem/post
    slr xc gel flow saddle
    x0 triggers and carbon rear derailleur
    xtr front derailleur
    xtr cranks
    xtr cassette
    rohloff slt 99 chain
    xtr disc brakes with goodridge lines, hope floating rotors with dangerboy levers and carbon caps
    maxm mx5 bar
    odi ruffian lock grips
    crank bros triple ti pedals
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    My 2005 small truth weights just under 23 lbs (with disc brakes).

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    27.5 lbs with Mavic Tubeless rims, 2.3 tires, and other non-light but strong parts. Just the way I like it...
    Mike

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    My old Truth was 25.5 lbs with Crossmax and 2.1 UST tires, Avid mechs. It was a great bike.

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    24.4 or so to 25.5Lbs depending on tires and alike.
    Trev!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trevor!
    24.4 or so to 25.5Lbs depending on tires and alike.
    Oh my specs go something like this:

    2004 18" Ellsworth Truth Fox F100X forks, SRAM XO, XT/XTR Hydraulic brakes, FSA Carbon Pros, FSA stem, Easton EC70 Bars and Thompson Setback Post, Selle Italia SLR, King ISO/VXC wheelset, Kenda Karma DTC or Blue Grooves 2.1 StickE
    Trev!

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    Mine weighed about 25 pounds when it broke.

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    2005 Med Truth 26lbs on the LBS scale

    Spec:
    Manitou Black Super Air 100mm
    90mm Thompson Stem
    Thompson Post
    Sella Itailia Trans Am seat
    Fox Float R shock
    Race Face Deus XC low riser bar
    Chris King head set
    Race Face Chromo Taperlock 107mm BB
    Race Face LP 8spd cranks
    Speedplay Cromo Frog pedals
    Chris King Hubs / Bontrager Valiant Rims DT spokes 3 cross hand built wheels
    Salsa Ti skewers F/R
    XT front Der
    XTR Rear
    XTR 8spd cassette
    Sram PC58 chain
    Avid Mag V Brakes
    XTR 8spd pod/brake controls
    XTR cables
    Conti 2.3 Vert Pros tires with Slime F/R
    Lizrad Skin grips
    Cateye Wireless
    1 Water Bottle cage

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    Mines weighing in around the 25.5 mark. Full XTR drivetrain and shiters, Hope mini's, Thompson bar & stem, Easton bar, Marathon SL forks & Crossmax SL wheels.


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    04 16" Truth

    Mine weighs in at 25 lbs. with my current setup.Sram XO,Crossmax SL disc,Fox F 100 fork,float shock,FSA carbon cranks,Thompson post and stem,SLR saddle,Michelin all mtn. tires.....

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    Alright, let's ride!
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    In race dress mine weighs in at just under 24 pounds. With the heavy wheels, tires, pedals, bars I am running now it weighs in at 25.5 pounds.

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    23 pounds w/pedals.

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