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Old 12-09-07, 04:48 PM   #1
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Iron Horse - Maverick vs Warrior

LBS has these two bikes on sale, I rode them and I can't really decide. One is a '06 IH Warrior Expert, the other is '06 IH Maverick 5.5. Please help me out, the price is just about the same.

2006 Iron Horse Warrior Expert (399)
Frame - DOUBLE BUTTED HARDTAIL FRAME, 1-1/8" ZERO STACK HEADTUBE, REPLACEABLE DERAILLEUR HANGER, INTERNATIONAL DISC BRAKE MOUNT
Rear Shock - N/A
Fork - MARZOCCHI MZ I W/ LOCK-DOWN, 100MM TRAVEL
Handle Bar - TRUVATIV LE LOW RISE, 31.8MM CLAMP
Stem - TRUVATIV XR, 31.8MM CLAMP
Headset - ZERO STACK
BB - FSA MEGAEXO
Crank - FSA GAMMA
Rings - 44/32/22T STEEL
Pedals - ALLOY PLATFORM
Chain - SHIMANO HG-73
Saddle - WTB PURE V SPORT
Seatpost - ALLOY MICRO ADJUST
Front Hub - ALLOY DISC, 32H
Rear Hub - ALLOY DISC, 32H
Front Derailleur - SRAM X-GEN
Rear Derailleur - SRAM X.7
Shifter - SRAM X.7 TRIGGER
Cassette - SRAM PG-950, 11/32T, 9 SPEED
Brakes - AVID BB-5 CABLE DISC BRAKE W/ 6" ROTOR
Brake Lever - AVID FR-5
Rim - WTB SX-24
Spoke - 14G STAINLESS BLACK
Tires - WTB WEIRWOLF 2.1
Size - 13.5", 15.5", 17.5", 19.5", 21.5"
Colors - SILVER

2007 Iron Horse Maverick 5.5 (429)
Frame: 6061 Aluminum Hardtail
Seatpost: Alloy Micro Adjust
Stem: Alloy, 25.4mm
Crankset: FSA Dyna Drive, 42/32/22T Alloy
Bottom Bracket: FSA Power Drive
Brakes: Hayes MX4 Mechanical Disc w/ 6 rotor
Wheelset: Hubs: Alloy, QR 32H; Rims: WTB MTX 2.4 Disc
Chain: KMC Z-72
Fork: Marzocchi MZ Comp, 100mm travel
Handlebar: MTB Aluminum Riserbar, 620mm wide, 30mm rise, 25.4mm clamp diameter
Rear Shock: NA
Tires: Ninja 26 x 2.10"
Front Derailleur: Shimano FD-C050
Rear Derailleur: Shimano RD-M410
Shifters: Shimano STM405
Cassette: SRAM PG-830, 11-34T, 8-speed
Levers: Tektro RS360A
Headset: Threadless Steel, 1 1/8
Pedals: Wellgo B-81 Alloy Platform
Grips/Tape: WTB
Saddle: WTB Speed V Sport SE
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Old 12-09-07, 06:00 PM   #2
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the warrior has better spec.. oversized bars , better brakesl, etc

the maverick has ninja tires though
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Old 12-09-07, 11:50 PM   #3
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Thanks, is the Maverick line better than the warrior line?
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Warrior Expert, no competition.
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