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    Spam! Medium 2008 Turner RFX

    It's been an expensive year- I need to pay down my credit card....
    The good news is... the highline stays

    Starting at $1000.00 on eBay
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    Yea, credit card debt, bull ; either your dwl spot is on order, or your saving up for the future rfx.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Renegade
    Yea, credit card debt, bull
    Well.... I already have a new all-mountain ride.

    But seriously- repair & maintenance on the home & cars has been a killer recently. $hit all breaks at once, know what I'm sayin?
    Once the credit card is paid off, then I will consider joining DW-land (or something similar).
    Last edited by FM; 08-04-2009 at 12:54 PM.

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    Hey, that came out nice, Does it really ride softer than a hardtail?
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    nice hardtail, what is it? sorry for my ignorance!

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    Quote Originally Posted by nickhart
    nice hardtail, what is it? sorry for my ignorance!
    It's a Curtlo custom. I specc'ed the geometry and basic design myself and provided curtlo the drawings. More info here.

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    that's a really sweet looking bike and looks like loads of fun, a bit evil sovereign (a compliment in my book).

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    nice combo pair of bikes you'll be left with. Still planning on selling the Highline when you're ready to go mini-link?

    also, whats up with your avy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by airwreck
    nice combo pair of bikes you'll be left with. Still planning on selling the Highline when you're ready to go mini-link?

    also, whats up with your avy?
    Yep, no complaints!

    Shaheebs got the avy now.... an incredible shock, but we worked out a no-cash trade that got my highline rolling again (needed a fork)

    That is a good question on the highline. Bottom line, a two-bike MTB stable feels about right to me. More than that, and one bike will collect too much dust for my comfort. I don't like owning things that don't get used frequently, sort of an anti-packrat like that. The hardtail is definitely a keeper (off to ride it now).. and I like the park & shore too much to not have something bigger- so the highline stays for now too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FM
    Yep, no complaints!

    Shaheebs got the avy now.... an incredible shock, but we worked out a no-cash trade that got my highline rolling again (needed a fork)

    That is a good question on the highline. Bottom line, a two-bike MTB stable feels about right to me. More than that, and one bike will collect too much dust for my comfort. I don't like owning things that don't get used frequently, sort of an anti-packrat like that. The hardtail is definitely a keeper (off to ride it now).. and I like the park & shore too much to not have something bigger- so the highline stays for now too.


    If I had to give up one bike it would be the one in my stable most similar to the rfx!

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