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    thylacine

    mmmm candy!

    Anyone have a review of this manufacturer?

    http://www.thylacinecycles.com/galle...StencilAlley02
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    The man himself is posting here. Mainly in the custom bikes section. A search will find you lots of threads. People seem to be happy with the products.

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    You should search the 29er' forum ...

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    There are plenty of threads and posts of interest here on MTBR to browse through.

    Even better, get in contact with Warwick and say G’day.

    Dave.

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    I'm tickled pink about mine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by teamdicky
    I'm tickled pink about mine.


    Thanks!

    By the way, how is that carbon fork working for ya?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TBF
    Thanks!

    By the way, how is that carbon fork working for ya?
    It will be swapped with a steel fork soon enough. The bike was designed for a fork with 48mm rake, but the WB has 42mm. The carbon has a lot of flex in it, almost an unnerving amount. It feels good enough that I considered keeping it, but I like to drag my bike haphazardly through boulder fields.
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    warwick rocks. there are 6 or 7 of us here on mtbr that have thylacine's.

    here's a thread i posted http://forums.mtbr.com/showthread.php?t=220368 seems that the pictures have wandered away.

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