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Ironhorse Warrior 3.0

Discussion in 'Downhill & Freeride' started by cjstewart88, Mar 24, 2008.

  1. cjstewart88

    cjstewart88 Chimp

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    So, does anyone have one? If you do post a pic of it and let me know about some upgrades you have done or think would make this bike more solid. I recently bought one to be an "all around bike" and plan on riding it everywhere. Upgrades I plan on doing to mine are going to be: e.13 STS guide, and deity handle bars and stem. I know these are some pretty beefy upgrades to this bike but I'm a pretty careless and ruff rider and want this bike to be a solid bike for me. Here are some specs for the bike and a pic of the stock bike. I ride a 17.5".

    Frame: DOUBLE BUTTED HARDTAIL FRAME, 1-1/8" ZERO STACK HEADTUBE, REPLACEABLE DERAILLEUR HANGER, INTERNATIONAL DISC BRAKE MOUNT
    Fork: MARZOCCHI MZ COMP, 100MM TRAVEL
    Rear Shock: N/A
    Front Derailleur: SHIMANO DEORE, 34.9 CLAMP
    Rear Derailleur: SHIMANO DEORE
    Shifters: SHIMANO DEORE RAPIDFIRE
    Brakes Levers: SHIMANO ALIVIO
    Brakes: SHIMANO DEORE MECHANICAL DISC, W/ 6" ROTOR
    Chain: SHIMANO HG-73
    Crankset: FSA DYNA DRIVE
    Cassette: SRAM PG-950, 11/34T, 9 SPEED
    Pedals: ALLOY PLATFORM

    Bottom Bracket: FSA POWER DRIVE, 73MM
    Headset: ZERO STACK
    Saddle: WTB PURE V SPORT
    Seat Post: ALLOY MICRO ADJUST
    Handlebar: ALLOY RISERBAR, 31.8MM CLAMP
    Grips: N/A
    Stem: RITCHEY V2
    Tires: WTB WEIRWOLF 2.1
    Wheelset: WTB SX-24 W/ EYELETS w/14/15G DB STAINLESS BLACK SPOKES
    Weight: 31.7 lbs.
    Color: Brown Satin, Black Satin

     

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  2. mattmatt86

    mattmatt86 Turbo Monkey

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    Save the money for the chainguide and Deity stuff and get a better spec'd bike overall.
     
  3. w00dy

    w00dy In heaven there is no beer

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    Just ride it and replace what you break. Sooner or later you'll have a whole new ride!