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Old 07-04-04, 06:18 AM
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pls give ur comments bout my bike...

frame: santa cruz chameleon hardtail "16
fork: marzocchi drop off triple dual crown 5.9- 7.5" travel
cockpit: truvativ hussefelt stem, answer protaper riserbar, salsa pepperjacks,
selle italia turbo matic saddle, amoeba 6061 stem
drivetrain: deore f&r derrailleurs, shifterset, truvativ holzfeller crankset, bb 38-28, shimano hg 73 chain,
xt m570 cassette, da bomb platform pedals
hubs: deore m555
rims: sun double wide
tires: maxxis mobster 2.35r, 2.7f
tube: f, irc; r, panaracer
headset: cane creek

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Old 07-05-04, 11:45 AM
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Sounds like a pretty killer set-up. You got any pictures of it??

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Old 07-05-04, 10:42 PM
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Originally Posted by atomicaxl
pls give ur comments bout my bike...

frame: GTS m6 hardtail "16
fork: marzocchi drop off triple dual crown 5.9- 7.5" travel
cockpit: truvativ hussefelt stem, answer protaper riserbar, da bomb grips, selle italia turbo matic saddle
drivetrain: deore f&r derrailleurs, shifterset, truvativ holzfeller crankset, bb 38-28, shimano hg 73 chain,
xt m570 cassette, da bomb platform pedals
hubs: deore m555
rims: sun double wide
tires: maxxis mobster 2.35r, 2.7f
tube: f, irc; r, panaracer
headset: cane creek
Nice bike but mind the AOL'ese (pls, ur etc.) as it is against our forum guidelines

I did have one question though. Why did you go with the XT cassette when everything else is Deore? It's not like the weight savings would mean anything with your setup.
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Old 07-06-04, 09:29 AM
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Originally Posted by atomicaxl
pls give ur comments bout my bike...

frame: GTS m6 hardtail "16
fork: marzocchi drop off triple dual crown 5.9- 7.5" travel
cockpit: truvativ hussefelt stem, answer protaper riserbar, da bomb grips, selle italia turbo matic saddle
drivetrain: deore f&r derrailleurs, shifterset, truvativ holzfeller crankset, bb 38-28, shimano hg 73 chain,
xt m570 cassette, da bomb platform pedals
hubs: deore m555
rims: sun double wide
tires: maxxis mobster 2.35r, 2.7f
tube: f, irc; r, panaracer
headset: cane creek
Ummmm, Okay. What type of riding are you planning on doing with this bike? I only ask that because you have a 7" Suspension fork on a hardtail.

Otherwise thats a sweet setup. How much did that badboy cost you?
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il upload the bike pic soon... dnt wori... as 4 using d xt cassette, im planing 2 upgrade my lever to avid speed dial 5. my rear derrailleur 2 xt and change to single chainring with mrp chain guides as soon as i got d money...
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its the ultimate jump bike... i weigh around 230 lbs so i think its jst ok to hav beefy fork... its not a production bike and i assemble it by parts. it costs me around 65000 pesos or $1200 U.S. bucks
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It sounds like a great bike man. Good price too. Make sure to upload that pic!
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Originally Posted by atomicaxl
its the ultimate jump bike... i weigh around 230 lbs so i think its jst ok to hav beefy fork... its not a production bike and i assemble it by parts. it costs me around 65000 pesos or $1200 U.S. bucks
This will help www.iespell.com
You never did answer my question on the XT cassette.
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