2.4" does the boinging at the front. 1.95" rears
2.4" does the boinging at the front. 1.95" rears
Last edited by redfooj; 08-30-04 at 04:03 PM.
Here is a picture.Originally Posted by Raiyn
Like the paint job man. Good job getting her dirty!
Frame: DMR Trailstar APS MTB
Forks: Marzocchi 2004 Z1 Freeride Pro QR20 130mm
Rims: Mavic 721 EX 32h CD
Front Hub: Hope Bulb disc 20mm 32h 6-bolt
Rear Hub: Hope Bulb disc 32h 6-bolt
Spokes: DT Swiss Champion Stainless 2mm
Tyres: Maxxis High Roller DH 26x2.35 Dual Ply Slow Reezay 40a
Tubes: Nokian MTB Tube 26 x 1.75-2.3 SV
QR’s: Hope Steel Skewers
Front Brake: Hope Mono M4 200mm
Rear Brake: Hope Mono M4 180mm
Brake Levers: Hope Mono M4
Crankset: Shimano Saint HollowTech II & BB 170mm 4-bolt 38th
Rear Mech: Shimano XT R-Mech M750 Short Cage
Cassette: Shimano XT 9sp M760 11-32
Shifter: Shimano XT 9sp
Chain Device: MRP Slalom 1 4-arm 36-40t
Chain: Sachs PC 89 9sp
Headset: Chris King NoThreadset
Stem: Azonic Shorty Deluxe 62.5mm
Seat: DMR Dirt Saddle
Seatpost: Easton EA50
Seat Clamp: DMR Seat Clamp & QR
Bars: Easton EA50 Riser Hi Rise 2”
Grips: Lizard Skins Moab Lock-On Bonus Pack
Pedals: DMR V12
Misc: DMR Chain Stay Protector
stp 2 stock for now.
soon to come avid disks. Then a new fork. I am thinking a sherman flick.
is that 6 in.?
Hows the STP 2? I plan on getting it. Like is it light, just generally strong frame?
i was riding with a guy who had a brand new stp 2...i tried it out...it was alittle on the heavy side, but that is just my opinion. im guessing it is a sweet frame...good build and sturdy from the expeirience i had on it, but i am no expert on any thing like that.
Check out my ride, Unfortunately I may have to part with her.
25 lbs of pure speed baby!
the Afhgan man is a fighter willing to die for jihad.
Mullah Mohammad Omar
No bastard ever won a war by dying for his country. He won it by making the other poor dumb bastard die for his country.
George S. Patton
2000 Rocky Mountain Blizzard
2000 Rock Shox SID XC
XT drivetrain except Raceface ISIS Drive BB and NEXT LP Cranks (Red)
new Rocky Mountain Flow
on the way after the Vegas trade show
Not much, but a good start at a long road ahead.
The only thing that matters is that u are out riding
Something about Big Hit Hardtails always makes me smile.Originally Posted by stiffee_shane
Strike like an eagle and sacrifice the dove.
Words and Stuff.
I am new here, so I'll start by showing my bikes.
First, my '89 Cannondale M800 Beast of the East. I got this in the early '90s and I am trying to keep the upgrades as old school as I can. Girvin fork, Diacomp 990 rear brake, BioPace, XT thumb shifters, Dart/Smoke tires,... I plan on stripping the paint and polishing it this winter:
My new '04 P.2 bone stock for now. I am seriously thinking about adding a smaller chainring up front (like what the P.3 has), I like steep hills!
Last edited by BikerTrashP.2; 09-08-04 at 09:18 PM.
my current fav:
if not loaded link is http://mk23.image.pbase.com/u41/jhaz...7.DSCF3030.jpg
basically it is stock - psylos (blown springs) fire x cranks, hayes hydros, sun singletrack, hellbent bars, weyless stem, sell italia gel seat, blah blah..
and the thumbs of the rest: these may not load....
93 Kona Hahannah singlespeed (now has a Tange Big Fork rather than the old Manitou)
Schwinn Mesa Dualie
My garbage picked raleigh, now single, possibly fixed soon
and the beater, my Redline Dually, complete with Flight cranks
My (newish) Peyto hardtail. Only had the frame a few weeks; swapped most parts from my old frame, though needed a new seatpost, and a new steerer tube for the Z-1. Loooooove it so far! Going to shop for a good deal on a new/used Z-150 on E-bay over the winter; you know, for those lift days....... It can fit up to a s.7 maxxis or kenda in the back. Weight as is in the pics is 27.5#. Add 3-4# when the DH tires and toptube/stem pad get thrown on for lift days and so on. Best handling/riding mtb I've had so far.
some stuff of it in action. ahem. excuse the other forum.
I believe the clouds in my coffee more than the weatherman on t.v.
2004 kona stinky dee-lux. It's only a month old so it's all stock except for a fender I put on it if you even wanna call it a mod.
By the way I'm new here, any free riders here?
Yeah there are some. I guess I'd consider myself a freerider. I'm also DHing. Haven't had my first race. Got some pics of the deelux?
Mines a 2000 Cannondale Raven 900 SX. I got XTR front and rear derailers, XT shifters and switched out the Coda disc brakes for Hayes disc's recently. I also added a yellow THE fender to the front. Everything else on the bike is what came on it. I love the Lefty, lots of travel and a big difference from my last bike.
My last bike was a 98 (if I remember right) Mongoose NX fs mountain bike. I had XTR shifters and derailers on that and a Fox rear air shock. Also a Raceface crank. Was a good bike. The Raven though, I love. Both bikes were coincidentally Blue...looked nice too..he he. Unfortunately my anodized Blue RaceFace cranks would not fit on my Raven
'93 Trek 9100 Full suspension...one of Trek's first attempts. I have been beating the heck out of this bike for 10 years and it's still going strong. I have upgraded the shocks, bars, and rings, but everything else has held up. (except the occasional new tires/brakes/chain)
AN6 Freeride Custom manitou 4 way spv rear shock manitou sherman 's firefly with onepointfive steerer
full SAINT gruppo ,AlexRims Supra D rims, Full FSA handle bar, seat post , THE fenders black..bike color is satin pearl white with powdercoated black rearend.....
FreeRiding For Life!!!
here's my cannondale f800. added the xt crank, flatbar, and rear wheel. i have some magura marta brakes sitting here, but i've been far too lazy to install them yet.
my raleigh outland.