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Old 06-01-07, 04:22 AM   #1
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The liquid mainframe??? has any one heard of it??

i have brought it and i cant find info on it anywere... does any body no anything about it?
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Old 06-01-07, 06:43 AM   #2
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so you bought a bike you know absolutely nothing about ?

How does one negotiate a price for a bike you don't know anything about?

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Old 06-01-07, 07:00 AM   #3
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i have brought it and i cant find info on it anywere... does any body no anything about it?
So...where did you take it?
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Old 06-01-07, 07:06 AM   #4
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Hey, I heard some guy on Bike Forums.net bought one, he didn't seem to have much to say.....
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Where did you buy it?
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Im not an idiot or anything haha... its a sweet as frame... strong as... it can take a beating for sure. and it was decked out with tripple clams... disc brakes... etc when i brought it. who would put all sweet gear on a dodge frame...

i live in australia, n brought it off a mate for 500 aussie bucks. i have taken it far and beyond love to get outdoors ride. sendin it off **** is also good fun

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What liquid is it made out of?
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what are tripple clams?
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mmmmmm...tripple clams....drool...
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Tripple clams are just double clams, with an extra clam.
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i have brought it and i cant find info on it anywere... does any body no anything about it?
My daughter's BF rides a Trek Liquid...a heavy bike that's more free ride than XC. It's stock with a 120mm Manitou Black fork...Bontranger stuff, and XT/LX derailleurs..swinger shock

http://www2.trekbikes.com/Assets/Bik...le497_3259.jpg

a good bike for those bigger drops

EDIT: forgot to mention that its only been around for a couple of years...Trek discontinued it because of the popularity of the Fuel...not a good move because the Liquid is a much better and stronger frame
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My daughter's BF rides a Trek Liquid...a heavy bike that's more free ride than XC. It's stock with a 120mm Manitou Black fork...Bontranger stuff, and XT/LX derailleurs..swinger shock

http://www2.trekbikes.com/Assets/Bik...le497_3259.jpg

a good bike for those bigger drops

EDIT: forgot to mention that its only been around for a couple of years...Trek discontinued it because of the popularity of the Fuel...not a good move because the Liquid is a much better and stronger frame

Yes, it's made for freeride and rock hopping but not great geometry for all out XC trail riding.
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**tripple clamp forks.... gosh... haha some ppl these days.. 1 letter missing and they get all confused... talk bout not knowing much.. haha. but moving on..

ahyehhh that is the one i have got sweet as ride.. n yeh i have found it to be quite a sturdy bike. which has taken some big hits. n cos i got those bommer forks on it, its even better

thanks for ur help
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**tripple clamp forks.... gosh... haha some ppl these days.. 1 letter missing and they get all confused... talk bout not knowing much.. haha. but moving on..

ahyehhh that is the one i have got sweet as ride.. n yeh i have found it to be quite a sturdy bike. which has taken some big hits. n cos i got those bommer forks on it, its even better

thanks for ur help

So you came here asking about the bike and then when someone gives you the answer you act like you already know everything about it? I'm so confused
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Old 06-18-07, 03:08 AM   #15
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no, i new the parts... but the frame only had a liquid main frame sticker on it and i new nothing about it. i searched on the internet for it and found nothing. i didnt even know it was a trek bike. so yeh it was really the frame which i was curious about
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