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    Show Me What'cha got Blazinall91's Avatar
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    May 2005
    O'Fallon, Misery
    My Bikes
    old school Giant Attraction MTB (where it all started),old school Schwinn High Plains MTB (XC and long ride duty), Mosh DJ3 (BMX basher), and Trek Bruiser 1 (freeride and full of mods and still growing)
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    opinions and experience wanted

    alright, riding my Trek Bruiser all summer i've found certain parts that came on it leave somethign to be desired.

    I'm not gonna change the fork til it breaks, but these are the options i'm looking at

    Rock Shox Pike Race U-Turn
    Marzocchi All Mountain SL
    Marzocchi Z.1 Freeride 1

    Then come the other parts i want to change

    Race Face Evolve DH crankset and RF Evolve BB
    Avid BB7 Mechanical Disc brakes 203mm front and 160mm rear
    SRAM X.7 Rear Derailleur
    SRAM Attack Trigger Shifters (unless the Shimano shifter on there already will work with the SRAM x.7 the shifter on there, i'm unsure of the model, but it says CI-DECK and it's attached to the brake lever)

    parts of less importance to me right now

    Deity Handlebars
    Crank Brothers 50/50 X platform pedal
    Race Face Diabolous Stem
    MRP chain guide with probably 34-36 teeth
    Ultimately i'd like to get Mavic DeeMax wheels or some Azonic Outlaw wheels
    "I'm; young enough to know the right car to buy yet grown enough not to put rims on it. I got that 6-deuce, with curtains, so you can't see me and I didn't even have to put tints on it."

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    ok Marz. shocks are the SH@T id get the z1...

    RF evolve dh is good, have em on my 4300...Sram WILL NOT work with Sh@tmano... go sram I have the x.7 set on my FR bike and its nice, bb7 rock so adjustable and durable..... have fun

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