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Old 09-30-03, 11:17 PM   #1
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I think I found my hardtail frame.

2004 Rocky Mountain Rasouli

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Old 09-30-03, 11:19 PM   #2
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THATS HOT!!!!!

How much does that run for? Are you planning to use it for freeriding?
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Old 09-30-03, 11:26 PM   #3
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I would guess by the specs that it will sit in and around the 1500$ mark for Rocky Mountain. Sweet frame for sure.
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I like that.
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i'm selling a HT.

it's basicly brand new. Planet X New Jack Flash.

http://www.ridemonkey.com/forums/sho...threadid=61744
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damn that looks beefy. Those dj1 look like they could take a beating
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Sweet. The frame is 850 euros in Germany, not sure what that means for US pricing.
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I would guess by the specs that it will sit in and around the 1500$
I bet its more.
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Oooh. very nice
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Sweet. The frame is 850 euros in Germany, not sure what that means for US pricing.
Its almost on par with the states...so 1200 bucks for the frame...thats ********...I can buy custom boutique frames for that cost...I can't believe they would try to sell that high.
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might as well add to the thread since i think i finally found my frame too!!

i am probably going to go with a new planet x 2002 jack flash rad and fox vanilla 125r fork since a local rider was gracious enough to hook me up with a sweet deal for both at $660. i think thats one hell of a deal for a new frame/fork. the jack flash rad seems like it will be perfect for being my "do everything hardtail" and my testride should be a blast.
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I think I found my Hardtail frame!
That guy has some nerve, stealing another riders bike, and then having the audaucity to take it to a show and let everyone see it!

I think you should steal it back!

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