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Old 10-17-09, 10:44 AM
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Even more rootbeer?

Thought I would share a few of the new DJ...

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Mmmmmmmmmmmm...that's pretty. Why the guide roller? To go SS with the shortest poss. wheelbase?

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Not really...I also have a 1X8 setup for it...it is a pain to pop the Stinger off, so I just leave it on.
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Old 10-17-09, 05:32 PM
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I know of a few good spots for that. . . Where do you intend to use it?
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That's HAWT! Nice bike man!
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rootbeer ftw we're taking over!
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Old 10-17-09, 08:01 PM
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Thanks guys...I built it for my kid. He is 14 and a BMXer and wanted something to play around with when he goes mtb riding with me at Momba and John Bryan. I figure when we go to Rays or one of the other indoor places, he can ride his We the People bmx and I'll ride this. Still want ot upgrade the fork, but I might get started on my next project....thinking either a FS Voodoo 29er or maybe a FS Yeti.
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Hmmn, Voodoo 29er Vs. what Yeti?
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Well...I have a Trance X2 FS that I really like, but I have a thing for Yeti bikes, so I am either building a Yeti 575 or a Voodoo Canzo 29er. Kind of leaning towards the Voodoo cause then I would have a FS 26 and 29er.

If I went with the Yeti, I would probably swap most parts from my Trance X2 and sell then sell the frame....
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