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Old 03-05-08, 10:05 AM   #1
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List your bike setup

Just curious of everyones bike setups, heres mine.

FRAME: 2003 Specialized Enduro Comp
FORK: Manitou nixon platinum fork
SHOCK: Fox float R rear shock
REAR DERAILLEUR: 2007 XTR long cage
CASSETTE: XT 9 speed
CRANKSET:2007 LX octalink crank
SHIFTERS: LX trigger shifters
BRAKE LEVERS: LX hydraulic brake levers
BRAKE CALIPERS: LX hydraulic brake calipers
CHAIN: LX chain
TIRES: Mythos XCR tires (my personal all around favorite)
SADDLE: Bontrager earl k saddle.
HEADSET: Aheadset
PEDALS: Shimano XT

Unknown seat post and wheelset.

Weight is just under 30lbs. and is used as an all mountain.

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Old 03-05-08, 10:24 AM   #2
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FRAME: 15.5" OCLV 110 Carbon; ZR 9000 Swingarm W/120mm travel
FRONT SUSPENSION: 2007 RockShox SID Team With Poplock 80mm
REAR SUSPENSION: RockShox MC3.R With Poplock Remote
WHEELSET: 2007 Mavic Crossmax SL-R
TIRES: Maxxis Larsen TT (Tubeless) 26x2.0
CRANKSET: Shimano XTR 175MM 44/32/22
BOTTOM BRACKET: Shimano XTR
REAR DERAILLEUR: Shimano XTR
FRONT DERAILLEUR: Shimano XTR
SHIFTERS: Shimano XTR Dual Control
BRAKESET: Shimano XTR Hydraulic Disk w/ XTR Disc 6" Rotors
SEATPOST: Bontrager XXX Lite Carbon
STEM: FSA FR200
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Old 03-05-08, 10:56 AM   #3
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hold on tryin to get some pics up
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Mine is as follows:
Frame
Fork
stem
Handlebars
Grips
Saddle
Seatpost
Wheelset
Brakes
Shifters
cable/housing
Front Derailleur
Rear Derailleur
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Mine is as follows:
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Grips
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Seatpost
Wheelset
Brakes
Shifters
cable/housing
Front Derailleur
Rear Derailleur
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Pedals
I can't believe you passed on an opportunity to shill, I mean, share your component list.
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Mine is as follows:
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Brakes
Shifter
cable/housing
Crankset/BB
Pedals
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Old 03-05-08, 11:23 AM   #7
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my componentry is hardly anything to shill about.
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Mine is as follows:
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Seatpost
Wheelset
Brakes
Shifters
cable/housing
Front Derailleur
Rear Derailleur
Cassette
Crankset/BB
Pedals
Mine is similar, although I have a headset and tires as well. Oh, and some dirt.
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perhaps im just sobre but i missed the joke.
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I can't believe you passed on an opportunity to shill, I mean, share your component list.
I've probably bored people enough. But you might get it with photos in a couple or three weeks.


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Mine is similar, although I have a headset and tires as well. Oh, and some dirt.
Oh yeah . . . my mental stem-to-stern obviously had a couple hiccups.
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I've probably bored people enough. But you might get it with photos in a couple or three weeks.


Oh yeah . . . my mental stem-to-stern obviously had a couple hiccups.
some one ought to stab you in the eye. i cant find the stupid SD adapter.
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Cannondale R-1000, full Ultegra... wait... wrong forum...
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Wow! Is this post your rigs?
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Almost the same but mainly picture-free.
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Another one of these thread?

Bike #1
Frame: Ventana El Fuego
Fork: Fox Forx F80 RLT
Stem: Thomson Elite
Handlebars: Easton CT2 (going to upgrade to EC90 CNT)
Grips: Ritchey True Grip II
Saddle: Selle Italia SLR XC
Seatpost: Thomson Elite
Wheelset: DT XR 1540
Brakes: Avid BB7
Shifters: 2008 Shimano XT M770
Cable/housing: Shimano XT
Front Dérailleurs: Shimano XT
Rear Dérailleurs: 2008 Shimano XT M772 Shadow
Cassette: Shimano XT M760
Chain: Shimano XT
Crankset/BB: RaceFace Turbine Forged (Blackspire Super Pro rings) Taper BB
Pedals: Time ATAC Carbon
Shock: Fox Float R ProPedal
Headset: Chris King threadless
Tires: IRC Serac XC 1.95


Bike #2 (Single Speed~)
Frame: Santa Cruz Chameleon
Fork: Fox Vanilla RL 125
Stem: Thomson Elite
Handlebars: Profile Design Carbon Riser
Grips: Ritchey True Grip II
Saddle: WTB Rocket V Stealth
Seatpost: Thomson Elite Setback
Wheelset: Chris King Disc with Mavic 519/317 rim
Brakes: Hope Mini/Avid Juicy 7
Shifters: none
cable/housing: none
Front Derailleur: none
Rear Derailleur: none
Cassette: XTR
Crankset/BB: RaceFace Next LP/RaceFace ISIS
Pedals: Time ATAC Carbon
Headset: Chris King threadless
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you guys gotemsome mean bikes
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^don't dis the tuggnut! list that **** out.

everyones lists are pretty incomplete

please list;
spokes
nipples
valve caps
tubes
rim tape (or tubeless setup)
chain
seatpost clamp
QR skewer brand
BB
hub bearings (if upgraded)
headset cap (if upgraded version)
DOT fluid type
or
Cable type
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^don't dis the tuggnut! list that **** out.

everyones lists are pretty incomplete

please list;
spokes
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valve caps
tubes
rim tape (or tubeless setup)
chain
seatpost clamp
QR skewer brand
BB
hub bearings (if upgraded)
headset cap (if upgraded version)
DOT fluid type
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Cable type
ferrules
chainstay protection
bar end plugs (if upgraded)
got most of that too
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ok in reply to all the whining heres the pics.

mud and all...

the fork decals dropped off after getting wet in a stream. looked better with them, just doesnt have the bling of a new bike though.













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Thats one sweet Enduro.How's that reflector hold up to those 7 footers?
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