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Anyone Have A 26-er To Get Rid Of?

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  1. rideit

    rideit Bob the Builder

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    Looking for a 140-160mm 26 (or 27.5) suitable for light Bike Park/Trail use, maybe $1000 -$1300 depending on specs? Oh, looking for a small, kiddo is almost 5'.
    Anyone holding?
     
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    Got nothing. Sorry.
     
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    rideit Bob the Builder

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    Wow, thanks, Jon!
    That intense would be worth it just for the fork...
     
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    jstuhlman We noticed.

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    not sure if bolded font is serious or sarcasm (i kinda wished it was a large, because an upgraded ss2 would be freakin awesome...)
    upload_2019-5-4_0-6-26.jpeg
     
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  10. rideit

    rideit Bob the Builder

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    Wasn’t sarcasm, I have absolutely no idea why it posted in that font.
    I blame Obama.
    That bike would be perfect for bike park days, but not so perfect for XC days...(the spoiled brat ain’t gettin’ two bikes)
     
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    Point is there's a lot of selection for what you're after over on pb in the price range you're looking for.
     
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    rideit Bob the Builder

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    Indeed.
    But I don’t necessarily trust a PB bike over one from someone on here.
     
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    got summing absolutely perfect for ya here. but I'm not sure it'd be worth it after the shipping cost from *Brexit* to the *cleavage of the Tetons*
     
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    Brian HCM#1 MMMMMMMMM BEER!!!!!!!!!!

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    I have an old Mountain Cycle Fury, it's either a small or medium frame. I built it up years ago for my son.
     
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    rideit Bob the Builder

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    Got a perfect bike for $350. 27.5. Now I just have to convert it to 1X NX, and add a dropper post.
     
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    rideit Bob the Builder

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    It’s not going to be monkey approved. It is a Cannondale Habit frame. 2016. Perfect for his needs, he will get something burlier when he is going bigger.
     
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    that's fine for a kid.
     
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    rideit Bob the Builder

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    The 'Before' of the before and after snaps...





     
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    Nick My name is Nick

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    Excellent !
     
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    rideit Bob the Builder

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    Bike is finished:



    One by, check


    NX, Check



    35mm stem, 2.5 DHF



    New chester Pedals


    Dropper Post


    It's still lighter than his Norco Hardtail.
    Not bad for around $900 into it.
     
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    Sweet ride. Not going to hold him back at all!
     
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    Nice one!

    You might wanna check that DHF's direction again...
     
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    rideit Bob the Builder

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    Already rectified. It was kiddos first try at installing tubeless.
    I had him build it with me. Taught him about right-hand threads, grease and anti-seize, truing rotors, sizing up a chain, all that Jazz.
    He was a good student.
     
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    dump Turbo Monkey

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    That’s great. How old is he?
     
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    rideit Bob the Builder

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    He is 11.
     
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    :rofl:
     
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    rideit Bob the Builder

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    Ok, wailing on them with a fancy blue thing.
     
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    i'm gonna have a 26" scott spark for sale soon if any of you wankers are interested.
     
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    What's wrong with two greasy thumbs?