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Discussion in 'BMX & Dirt Jumping' started by gackrider24, Feb 19, 2008.

  1. gackrider24

    gackrider24 Monkey

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    I just ordered myself one of them there USB MOlLy Maguire frames
    im super pumped for it to arrive at my door. Cait wait just thought id let u guys know
     

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    :rockout: :thumb:
     
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    Mr Tiles I'm a beer snob

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    good move! congrats!
     
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    She's really getting around these days, daddy must be proud.



    I'm assuming it was a V-brake version? ...curious to see what set-up you put on there.
     
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    gackrider24 Monkey

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    yea she is gettin quite popular with the lads these days. Its gonna take me a while to get her all built up im using parts from my current hardtail and old avid arch rival v brakes off my old xc bike. gold label 80mm
    atomlab pimps, i am planning on putting demolition lt's i was wondering how tough they are Satori i saw that u said good things i felt like it would be a sin to put my heavy 41 thermals on it plus i wanna keep the old bike in tact to build up again someday. besides a new frame is an excuse to update to fresh parts :lighten:. Im trying to imagine what it will ride like but i 'll just have to wait i suppose. Ill definately post her up when shes ready to rock but its gonna be a while until i start working and having money to spend again. darn this winter stuff
     
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    oh by the way satori ur molly is off the chain
     
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    Nice. NJ and Molly's go very well together :D
     
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    Awesome thanks for the purchase...

    The Demolitions are definitely hit right now although, 41 Thermals + Ti spindle would be a fantastic combo...
     
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    Nice! You are gonna love it. I was riding my gen4 last night. It definetly rides better than my old one not to mention how much lighter it is.
     
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    i was at hackettstown skatepark yesterday riding the gack on some of its last sessions before the molly comes in when a couple mtb guys show up one of which had a brown 990 molly and the other was a blk market mob. i was trying to resist temptation as i wanted to keep the new feel of the frame a suprise, but i couldn't help myself and rode both of the bikes. I was blown away by the difference in performance these bikes had from the gack. I knew the gack was outdated, but it felt like going from a school bus to a ferrari. I only rode them for a second so i wouldnt hate my bike. at a glance they looked as though they werent much different in size and geometry. The ride quality however was far from similar the steep short angles and short chainstays made such a huge difference it felt like everything was effortless. The change in weight manueverablity were unbelievable. Im rambling but i really cant help it now i cant wait until my molly frame comes in.
     
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    How do the Molly compare to the Mob?
     
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    My molly frame came in this afternoon shes a beauty. Im super excited to get it put together. i just need more money to buy some cranks and hubs etc.
    Im not sure how much i can say for the mob compared the molly. They both felt very aggresive and maneuverable compared to the old gack. I havent had much expierience on much else besides some equally outdated specialized p1s. I only rode them both very briefly so i didn't get the full effect of what i was capable of. They both manualed and nosemanualed and steered more agressively than my gack. They had similar ride qualities, just depends what u want. If u want 24s and v brakes go molly if u want 26s and disc go with the mob or a similar hardtail frame. They were both beautiful setups and felt like very capable bikes
     
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    pics!
     
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    im about half way i got the fork and front wheel and bars set up today my wheel is in the shop getting built up. I stole a wheel off my buddy's cruiser to see how it sits and everything. Im running out of money pretty quick though i still need to order cranks seat/post and a couple other tid bits before shes completed
     
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    that's great!! what a nice bike.