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    Fatback or 9:zero:7 ?

    Am I comparing apples to apples with these two frames?

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    All I can say is the guys at 907 are excellent to deal with & I really rate their frames.
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    I don't think you can go wrong with either!!

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    have you read the sticky in the forum comparing both bikes?
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    Quote Originally Posted by motorman View Post
    have you read the sticky in the forum comparing both bikes?
    The only problem with that is there is no mention of the new 2012 907 in it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by motorman View Post
    have you read the sticky in the forum comparing both bikes?
    Hey Motorman - I did read the comparo but with the Fatback being Ti it would seem to be a bit of difference from the Alu version I'm looking at.

    I should have specified that I'm looking at a Aluminum 170mm rear setup. I know that's available from both.

    PS. Great pics on your blog

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swami Scott View Post
    Hey Motorman - I did read the comparo but with the Fatback being Ti it would seem to be a bit of difference from the Alu version I'm looking at.

    I should have specified that I'm looking at a Aluminum 170mm rear setup. I know that's available from both.

    PS. Great pics on your blog
    Not sure if you saw page 2 in the sticky but there is a good write up on tha aluminum Fatback.

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