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    Looking for an 18 inch Hooligan Frame

    Any one looking to off load a Soul Cycles Hooligan frame?

    I am building up a single speed and want to stay in the 26r so I can use a 2008 reba team that is in good shape and a nice set of wheel I already have.

    I have been very impressed with the reviews I have seen on the Hooligan but SC stopped producing them this year. I would go for the Dillinger but don't want the hassle of selling the 26r stuff I have to get a 29er fork and wheels.

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    I unloaded a bunch of 26r stuff<a href="https://s652.photobucket.com/albums/uu245/latedropbob1/mtn%20biking/?action=view&amp;current=P1060012.jpg" target="_blank"><img src="https://i652.photobucket.com/albums/uu245/latedropbob1/mtn%20biking/P1060012.jpg" border="0" alt="Photobucket"></a>...it was worth it!!!

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    I am tempted trust me. But this being a second bike I'd like to keep costs down.

    BTW the rig looks very. How has EBB held up all I read about is creaking in slipping for EBB in general though nothing about the Dillinger specifically.

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    Good luck, man. I wanted to get a Hooligan a couple months ago for a 650b project, but SC had none in stock. May want to look at Surly, Salsa, Soma, etc.

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    no slippage on the ebb yet...but only have had a few rides on her...I've got less than a G in this bike, but I did take cranks, brakes, bars and stems off of old 26r...the rigid fork was because I didn't have enough for a squishy, but I really like it. It really give some ying to my DH sled's yang if you know what I mean...8.75 inch of squish to 0" of squish...all shred

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    Quote Originally Posted by p nut
    Good luck, man. I wanted to get a Hooligan a couple months ago for a 650b project, but SC had none in stock. May want to look at Surly, Salsa, Soma, etc.

    I contacted them back in September/October and they had several frames still available. I was looking to do the same thing but ended up going in a different direction frame wise. Did you check out their "blemished frames" that are discounted? Great customer service by the way.

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    pedal-man - Yeah, I actually emailed them directly and Chad wrote back saying he didn't have any left, as Hooligan and all 26" wheeled frames were being phased out, leaving the Dillinger as the only hardtail XC bike. Everything else was going full-susp. This was in late Sept.

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    SC hooligan 18"

    I have one that I,m trying to get rid of 200$ and its yours, Comes with ebb and both derailure hangers

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    I'm looking for a bag full of pre-1965 silver quarters...anybody? anybody? well I saw this happen and figured it was worth a shot good work boys

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    Quote Originally Posted by ruylopez
    I have one that I,m trying to get rid of 200$ and its yours, Comes with ebb and both derailure hangers
    Just Shot you a PM. Lets work out the details.

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