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a new look for my azonic

Discussion in 'Downhill & Freeride' started by mcA896, Oct 10, 2005.

  1. mcA896

    mcA896 Turbo Monkey

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    i decided to paint just the seat/chainstays white, and remove all paint from fork lowers. it actually looks good, better than before. and i finally got around to installing the bottom half of my truvativ guide (the only half that fits without hitting the linkage). while im on here, does anybody know whether or not an e 13 guide will work without hitting the linkage?

    yeah, i would just email them, if i had an email.

    sh!t, i almost forgot, are goodride lines available? i remember for a while they were extremely hard/not able to get. i severed my rear line, and the brakes on now do not even work.

    edit: i apologize for shoddy pic quality.
     

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  2. mack

    mack Turbo Monkey

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    You need the following:

    Road saddle or somthing small
    Chain Guide (call e 13)

    BTI or Quality should carry the lines you need. Hit up your LBS and make em browse the books for you.
     
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    do you need a dh bike for the Cape ?
     
  4. mcA896

    mcA896 Turbo Monkey

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    yeah, a smaller saddle would be nice, i would love that new fizik freek when it is available.

    To the above poster, its fun to have big travel for large gaps and suck, but i do travel up north rather frequently, and that is where i use it to its full potential.