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    For TA...

    I hope you appreciate my polishing efforts!

    The green looks kind of blueish, but you all know what granny smith green looks like by now...





    Spec as follows:

    Large 2007 DHR, Granny Smith Green.
    Cane Creek Double Barrel Shock
    2007 888SL ATA fork, PAR removed, ATA locked out.
    Hope Bulb hubs
    DT comp spokes
    Mavic 321 (now 529) front rim, 823 rear.
    King Headset
    EA70 bars and post
    SDG Ti Fly seat
    Ruffian lock-on grips
    Saint shifter, brakes and cranks.
    MRP slalom chain device.
    TA industries "blade" 38t chainring.
    Sram chain.
    Ultegra 12-27 cassette.
    105 rear derraileur
    "V-Sixty" branded Welgo MG1s (Or DX clips when required)
    Currently running Minions. 2.7 3C front, 2.5 Maxxpro rear, as we're in bikepark season. Currently running the rear tubeless with Stans and it's doing quite admirably, with only one instance of burping during practice at Psychosis, and a slow leak that required additional sealant to fill.

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    Drool.

    "TA industries "blade" 38t chainring" ... um, what?

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    Chur big-ted looking great, she spanked up well, that green is one of my favs
    Just riding a muddy trail. . ..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nick.
    Drool.

    "TA industries "blade" 38t chainring" ... um, what?
    Sorry. I guess it's a French company. They used to make all the chainrings for Race Face also. Not sure if that's still the case.



    I need to change the bars soon. I want to get some oversize bars so I can ditch the shim in the upper crown. I'm debating hopping on the "wide and low" bandwagon that's sweeping downhillers at the moment, but some of the trails here would be a struggle with anything much larger than what I have. I like the look of the Easton Havoc, but no low rise seem to be available anywhere.

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