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Old 02-01-03, 09:07 PM   #1
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norco super x

Does anyone know if the norco super x series has a front derailleur hanger? I want to get the 5 hun of 2002 4 hun and add a double chainring on the front. I want it for climbing on trails and for some trials stuff. But im not sure if this is possible. If there isn't any i was going for the norco torrent in xs. Would this be a good idea?
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Really that is a dj and freeride bike. Not the most comfortable for riding. I seem to remember a few with chainrings around here so it is possible. But really it is meant for chaingaurds and abuse.

The Torrent or wolverine are good cross over bikes between dj's and xc.
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