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    Quote Originally Posted by Darth Lefty View Post
    Received and installed my black Friday bought Brand X 170mm dropper. I jammed it into my medium frame as far as it would go, about an inch and a half of the lower remains exposed. This will probably juuuust fit me at 5ft8.

    Also, the holes in the frame are pretty sharp and scraped up the housing, which I had to pull back and forth quite a lot getting it threaded and cut to the right length.
    Nice!

    My 170mm PNW dropper has a bit of extra room I could drop it into the frame, but Iím 5í 11Ē.

    If it doesnít work, the only 170mm dropper that might Work for you is the OneUp dropper.

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    ^^^ I knew the BX would be close, but it was also just $100 with remote, shipped. If I were sure it wouldn't fit I'd have bought the shorter drop, not the other brands

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    Quote Originally Posted by G_J View Post
    Well, I finally get to join this thread. I just finished slooooowly building a TJ over the past couple weeks. I finished it over the weekend and rode it to work yesterday. I dig it! I'm going to break it in on 1 more commute before I hit the trails.

    I'm coming from a 2010 Fuel EX 8. I wanted something a little different and boy did I get it! I LOVE the 29" wheels! I'm still getting used to the lower geometry though.

    The one thing I can't figure out is the pedal bob that I'm getting. Any time my pedaling cadence get close to 60rpm, I start bouncing up and down like a little kid on a horse??? I have the tires at 30ps rear and 27psi front, which is close to the max for my rims. The cockpit is comfortable and my legs get just about full extension... I can't figure it out??? I wonder if I'll just have to adjust how I pedal???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Funoutside View Post
    I take all TJ years can handle 29x2.6 or is it specific years?
    Yes. In fact they can handle 29x3. I ran wtb rangers in that size for a while.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hwcn View Post
    Yes. In fact they can handle 29x3. I ran wtb rangers in that size for a while.
    What width rim did you have the Rangers on?
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    Anyone looking for a set of 27.5+ rims? I bought a 2018 SLX model and have updated to 29 inch rims. Happy to pass along my Sunringle DuRoc 45s to someone else for a good price.

    I also have the Rockshox Judy Gold fork that I could sell as well. DM me if interested in either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by limpy88 View Post
    New to biking this year. Traded a couple of my kayaks to other bikes. Then traded those in on a new 2019 timberjack slx 27.5+ in july of this year. Wanted a 2018 green frame, but couldnt find any in my size left.

    I have 3 wheel sets and a trainer wheel.
    The factory set with factory tires,
    dt swiss 29er 19mm internal for gravel tires (currently 37 wtb's)
    Wtb stp 30, (deciding on tires still so they are bare)
    Same dt swiss rear wheel for trainer. $20 yard sale trainer.

    The alternator drop outs on the drive side have a nearly same shape as the trainer axle nut. So I just clamp it in with out it on one side because it isnt meant for boost hubs length.

    I tore my bicep tendon in august. So I needed some curved handle bars to help ride one handed. Got the surly moloko bars. The local shop had a good price on them. Wraped them in some salsa gren tape. I like them alot. Pulling the daughter in the trailer with the gravel tires they are nice.

    Have a arckle bag and mount on the front of bars

    Yes I have a kickstand. I have ridden and raced motorcycles. 95% of ppl on 2 wheels will faster with improving there skill than reducing the bike weight. My self included. Im far from fast on a mtb
    When I drive in to town and ride the paved trails it is nice to have the keep the bike off the hard surfaces. When I pull the kids trailer it is a necessity.

    The trailer mount for 2016 giant pea pod ($45 preowned but not used) is bolted to the alternator plate. I can pull the axle out with touching the trailer mount.

    Have the alternator rear rack. Have a small bag at the moment. Want to get a bigger one. Deciding on what still.

    Got a wtb volt seat 145 wide.

    Running 2 different pedals. Some overly used candy 1 for the tranier and some HT compents nylon flats for everything else. Want a dual pedal havent figured out which one yet
    I'd like to see how the alternator rack looks installed on a TJ, and definitely interested in your trailer setup too. Are you able to have your trailer and rack installed at the same time without them getting in the way of removing the rear axle/wheel? Can you show a few pics of the setup?

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    Quote Originally Posted by timbuh View Post
    I'd like to see how the alternator rack looks installed on a TJ, and definitely interested in your trailer setup too. Are you able to have your trailer and rack installed at the same time without them getting in the way of removing the rear axle/wheel? Can you show a few pics of the setup?
    Sorry for the side ways pic. It uploaded like that and I cant get it nor to upload like.
    I cant use my quick axle, I have to use the factory axle for the trainer. I have sram quick axles front and rear.
    You have to get the salsa sear collar that is made for the rack arms in order for it to work.

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    Hi all. First mountain purchase ever today! Arrives in 7 days and got a great deal + gear!

    https://salsacycles.com/bikes/timber...berjack_slx_29

    Looking forward to chipping in and talking to a bunch of new friends!
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    Quote Originally Posted by DemetrioGQ View Post
    Hi all. First mountain purchase ever today! Arrives in 7 days and got a great day + gear!

    https://salsacycles.com/bikes/timber...berjack_slx_29

    Looking forward to chipping in and talking to a bunch of new friends!
    Welcome! I just purchased the same back in November. Itís a great bike out of the box, save for the grips which are pretty hard on the hands. Also had to replace the 135mm saddle. Other than that, set it up tubeless and started cranking out the miles.


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    Quote Originally Posted by DemetrioGQ View Post
    Hi all. First mountain purchase ever today! Arrives in 7 days and got a great day + gear!

    https://salsacycles.com/bikes/timber...berjack_slx_29

    Looking forward to chipping in and talking to a bunch of new friends!
    Welcome!
    Great first bike!

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    Everyone keeps telling me to set it up tubeless!

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    My Timberjack project is almost done, and I will try to post pictures of the finished product.

    -Raceface Aeffect 780mm low rise bar/Aeffect 70mm stem
    This has helped fit me better, so my back doesn't cramp up while riding, and has allowed for much easier climbing without having to extend the chainstays. Before this upgrade, I would loop out on most climbs, but due to how I enjoyed the descending character of the bike, I tried this and it worked out well. I have fitted it with my preference of Chromag Squarewave grips and it feels very comfortable, like the aggressive XC rig I see it to be.
    -Maxxis Minion DHF/DHR 27.5x2.8
    Unfortunately the only ride I had with these tires was right before the first snow of the year and I have been unable to ride the bike since early November. The stock Rangers filled with mud very easily and made for a hair raising ride on dirt to wet rock transfers. These tires should do the trick and make it more capable on technical trails.
    -Raceface Aeffect 150mm dropper post
    This was my most recent upgrade. The stock post was leaving behind a ring of silver-metallic grease on the post after every time I used it, and the 125mm drop was not enough for my preference. This post should be a decent upgrade and allow for more confidence in steep terrain that this bike craves. I have fitted my preference of WTB Volt Comp mid-width saddle, over the stock 135mm.
    -180mm rear rotor
    This is simply to stop the rear wheel from locking as easily, something I noticed under heavy breaking. I am used to 200mm rotors on my FS bike, so that is user error.
    -Marzocchi Bomber Z2 fork
    This will come in a few weeks. I am hoping that a fork with some more adjustability will help keep the front end from dropping as much as the stock Recon. On aggressive trails, the fork seems to dive into every little hole and doesn't give much confidence due to its 32mm chassis.

    All I know is that this will be the first mountain bike I ride in Spring once the trails dry, and with these upgrades hopefully it will finally become the secondary bike I have been wanting for a while.
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    Just confirmed, I am having it setup tubeless!

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    Anyone know if a 130mm fox 34 rythm 44 offset fork will work on a 2018 timberjack (the white model, forget which one). It's a small currently setup with 27.5 tires.

    Getting a new bike and upgrading to a pike ultimate on it, so was going to move that fox 34 to the timberjack if it was doable (to replace the not so great, judy silver).

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    Quote Originally Posted by michaelandk2 View Post
    Anyone know if a 130mm fox 34 rythm 44 offset fork will work on a 2018 timberjack (the white model, forget which one). It's a small currently setup with 27.5 tires.

    Getting a new bike and upgrading to a pike ultimate on it, so was going to move that fox 34 to the timberjack if it was doable (to replace the not so great, judy silver).
    Don't see any reason why it shouldn't. I put a 130mm pike on my 2018 TJ, and it feels great. My Pike does have a 51mm offset on it though. Not sure how much difference 7mm less fork offset would feel, but I'd be surprised if it made much of a difference. I can imagine it would be better than the Judy.

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    Cool, thanks. Yeah and it's got a tad bit different a2c. I'm not sure, I wonder if the 130mm fork voids the warranty as it's a 120mm fork... but I doubt it's large risk with my smaller wife. And it's a pretty cheap frame and such :P.

    oooo I think new salsas might be coming out, site's down for maintenance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by michaelandk2 View Post
    Cool, thanks. Yeah and it's got a tad bit different a2c. I'm not sure, I wonder if the 130mm fork voids the warranty as it's a 120mm fork... but I doubt it's large risk with my smaller wife. And it's a pretty cheap frame and such :P.

    oooo I think new salsas might be coming out, site's down for maintenance.
    I've heard some TJ rumors, curious to see if they change any.... That said, 130 won't void the warranty as the current models come with 130mm forks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nitrousjunky View Post
    I've heard some TJ rumors, curious to see if they change any.... That said, 130 won't void the warranty as the current models come with 130mm forks.
    Ahh yeah didnt know how that would work as I think her's is 120. Yeah I heard a rumor to, probably just color changes if anything .

    Ahh its back up, no changes. Run of the mill maintenance I guess ;P.

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    Quote Originally Posted by michaelandk2 View Post
    Ahh yeah didnt know how that would work as I think her's is 120. Yeah I heard a rumor to, probably just color changes if anything .

    If I remember correctly, think you can run up to 140mm fork without ant warranty issues. I'm planning on using a 130 or 140mm fork on my TJ build.

    Edit- up to 541 axle to crown length per Salsa's site.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nitrousjunky View Post
    If I remember correctly, think you can run up to 140mm fork without ant warranty issues. I'm planning on using a 130 or 140mm fork on my TJ build.

    Edit- up to 541 axle to crown length per Salsa's site.
    Ahh perfect, didnt see that thanks. Put this together for myself, here it is ancase anyone else wants it. Looks like if you want 140mm the performance/elite/factory will serve you best (will keep geo the closest to normal at least, and be close to the warranty max)

    Fox 34 Rhythm
    130 mm = 540
    140mm = 550

    Pike Ultimate
    130mm = 541
    140mm = 551

    Fox 34/36 Performance/elite/factory
    130mm = 537
    140mm = 547

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    Quote Originally Posted by nitrousjunky View Post
    If I remember correctly, think you can run up to 140mm fork without ant warranty issues. I'm planning on using a 130 or 140mm fork on my TJ build.

    Edit- up to 541 axle to crown length per Salsa's site.

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    I wanted to put a 140 on my TJ, but the LBS confirmed that 140 would void the warranty. On the frameset page, Salsa says that 130mm is the max travel for the frame.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nitrousjunky View Post
    I've heard some TJ rumors, curious to see if they change any....
    I've been thinking about this. When they replaced the El Mar with the TJ there were a lot of things that needed to be updated, chiefly dropper routing and boost spacing. What would you change on a TJ? The build has been different every year but the frame seems pretty ok. Nothing is stopping you from installing the latest & best drivetrain or wheels or brakes or fork. Maybe allow for longer droppers with a shorter seat tube with a more severe bend. Maybe you could change the geo but maybe not, it's not an enduro bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darth Lefty View Post
    I've been thinking about this. When they replaced the El Mar with the TJ there were a lot of things that needed to be updated, chiefly dropper routing and boost spacing. What would you change on a TJ? The build has been different every year but the frame seems pretty ok. Nothing is stopping you from installing the latest & best drivetrain or wheels or brakes or fork. Maybe allow for longer droppers with a shorter seat tube with a more severe bend. Maybe you could change the geo but maybe not, it's not an enduro bike.
    A Shimano XT build with the new 12sp drivetrain and XT8120 brakes would be sweet.

    On geo, maybe bring the HTA down a degree or two and STA up a degree or two to get it more in line with other AM offerings. It's pretty good the way it is now though, and it seems to be a pretty popular bike just the way it is.

    I like the idea of a shorter seat tube.

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    Picked this frame this week and built it up. Always wanted titanium. Took it for a shake down ride today and I like it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by socaltrailrider View Post
    Picked this frame this week and built it up. Always wanted titanium. Took it for a shake down ride today and I like it!

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    Looks GREAT!!!! What gearing are you running?

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    one up 210 dropper

    I am 6'-1" on a large. 29" wheels, 40mm stem, Fox 36 @ 160mm. The dropper is all the way into the frame and sits at the right height for me. I know this is all out of spec and not the intent of the bike but amazing that it still performs very well on trails I would normally use my full suspension. true swiss army knife.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rkwfxd View Post
    Looks GREAT!!!! What gearing are you running?
    Running 32-22.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nitrousjunky View Post
    What width rim did you have the Rangers on?
    Duroc 50ís.

    I now run Duroc 40ís with 2.8 Terrene McFlyís. WTB 3.0ís were fine except in the mud in which they were very slippery. Also, with the 3.0ís the chain would scrap mud off the tires and cause havoc with the drivetrain.

    I really like my current setup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by socaltrailrider View Post
    Running 32-22.
    Thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by serious1 View Post
    Nice build but that color is horrible.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by MX9799 View Post
    Nice build but that color is horrible.....
    2020? time flies...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MX9799 View Post
    Nice build but that color is horrible.....
    Looks a lot like the highly prized "Miami Green" stache from a few years ago, to each their own I guess!

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    I like the aqua... did not like the sky blue before, it looked like a PG&E truck

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    Broken link is broken.

    Apparently Salsa wants to announce before letting REI take pre-orders.
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    I haven't been keeping close track of mileage, but with much less than 2000 miles on my 2018 NX, the pedaling has gone clicky. I first used this as an excuse to buy some better pedals - but it's not the pedals. Next I'll try torquing the BB cartridge. If that doesn't help then it's the BB. Trying to decide whether to buy an upgrade (which would be pretty expen$ive with crankset, bb, tools, maybe a new ring if it's not SRAM) or just a straight replacement (functional but joyless). I'll poke around online and see if I can find an xx1 or something

    Shopping... Seems like 73/118 bb's are hard to find?

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    Salsa is teasing a titanium plus-tire flat-bar something on their Facebook page. My guess is a premium build Ti Timberjack... not sure what else it could be

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    Here's a video of my buddy following me while having some fun on my Timberjack.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Darth Lefty View Post
    Salsa is teasing an ALUMINUM plus-tire flat-bar something on their Facebook page.
    Fixed it for you
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    You may be right. Hydroformed tubing. The welds on my bike are a blobby slobby mess compared to the tease, and the stay bends and gusset at the seat cluster are much different. And I think the TJ is not much changed from yesterday's glance at the above broken REI link.

    So maybe it's some purpose-built bikepacking thing... a step between the TJ and Cutthroat? Timberjack... Cutthroat... maybe it's the Clear Cut

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    Quote Originally Posted by socaltrailrider View Post
    Picked this frame this week and built it up. Always wanted titanium. Took it for a shake down ride today and I like it!

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    My Salsa dealer says it's likely a fixed/vert drop out TJ.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ilmfat View Post
    My Salsa dealer says it's likely a fixed/vert drop out TJ.
    I wonder why? Alternator dropouts are kinda cool. Although after a couple of experiments I've just got the wheel shoved all the way back and haven't touched it since...
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    Price. Chunky welds support his theory, imo. Looks like a budget frame to me.

    Maybe see an Alivio build for $800 msrp. (My speculation, not my shop's.)
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    Another tease today. This one (blue) looks much more like a Timberjack, and definitely has Alternators. So Wednesday's bike (silver) is still a mystery
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    The suspense is titillating.
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    New fixed frame to replace Deore TJs. Around the same price as a Deore TJ.

    No $800 Alivio or $600 Altus build.

    Dumb.
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    I'll report back on CS length once I see numbers, but that likely won't be til geo goes public anyways.
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