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    Reviving an old friend.

    He's been hanging out on the garage wall for too long now. Time to get this Spearfish back on the trails where it belongs.

    2012 Spearfish 2 (L)
    Magura TS8 Fork (100mm)
    Industry Nine Trail Wheels w/Torch Hubs
    Thomson Carbon Bars (700mm)
    Uno Stem (-7)
    Cane Creek Headset
    Thomson Seatpost
    Shimano XT Crankset
    Praxis Works Narrow/Wide 32t Ring
    Praxis Works PF30/24 Conversion Bottom Bracket
    Shimano XT Brakes
    Maxxis Ikons Exo Tires
    More XT parts to come.
    I'm hoping it's going to be a relatively lightweight build.

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    The unexamined life is not worth living - Socrates
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    THAT is a gorgeous ride!

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