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Just build my 06 season DH SS DC HT

Discussion in 'Downhill & Freeride' started by EastCoastHucker, Dec 3, 2005.

  1. EastCoastHucker

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    what-ya-think...

    I just hope that this one last long anough to be at Diablo next year.

    a bit ghetto with used parts from my last two bikes but that's the best I can do for now.

    24/26 w/7"DH-3





    the leftover...;)
     
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  2. wydopen

    wydopen Turbo Monkey

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    post a pic when u rip the head tube off that one too
     
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  3. sleepinggiant

    sleepinggiant Monkey

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    Damn man, how short are those crank arms
     
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  4. EastCoastHucker

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    'short' !!!

    180mm
     
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  5. biggins

    biggins Rump Junkie

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    bwahahahahahaah just what i was getting ready to say. especially since the older 24's are not heat treated.
     
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  6. Atomatik

    Atomatik Chimp

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    you better get some gears and a chaingude soon bud.
     
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  7. BigMike

    BigMike BrokenbikeMike

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    Damn, Talk about beef!

    But........ can that frame handle that fork? It appears your other one could not.............
     
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  8. EastCoastHucker

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    well... the DH-3 on the floor in the last pic. snapp in half three frames and crack one so that one I don't think I gonna use it again... just hope the one on the bike now have better intentions...
     
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  9. Sir_Crackien

    Sir_Crackien Turbo Monkey

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    i ahd a setup very simular to that but i had a more relistic gear ratio. i loved the bike but my knees didn't
     
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    Seems dangerous to me, breaking frames, all that sheared metal...
     
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    ryan/kona29 Monkey

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    what in the heck do you plan on doing with that thing. i'm not a hardtail expert but would'nt you bend a rim or something like that before you even put that fork to its full potential. :nopity:
     
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    ioscope Turbo Monkey

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    Put A Super Monster On It!
     
  13. EastCoastHucker

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    lol...
    and u r trying to put a super monster T on ur bike... U don't know sh!t about MTB my friend...
    here's a link for u www.pinkbike.com
     
  14. Rip

    Rip Mr. Excitement

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    Looks like it is a fun bike, just keep an eye on the headtube.
     
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    :stupid: