My Glory

Discussion in 'Downhill & Freeride' started by DHJUNKIE, Jan 6, 2008.

  1. DHJUNKIE

    DHJUNKIE Monkey

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    Well.. i just need a set of cranks and rear axle and i can ride it!!





    the build is
    Glory DH med frame
    Giant stock pos headset
    07 WC boxxer
    Easton vise stem
    Race Face Diablous bar
    Odi yeti grips
    Hayes mag brakes
    721's laced to hope hubs
    Truvativ howitzer BB
    E13 chainguide
    Azonic pedals
    Thompson Seatpost
    SDG seat
    XT der
    LX shifter
    Maxxis Tires
    Sram Cassette
    Shimano Durace chain
    NO CRANKS... :( or Axle :(
     
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  2. jvnixon

    jvnixon Turbo Monkey

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    Haha looks good. Are you going to start another new thread when you get a crank/axle. :D
     
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  3. DHJUNKIE

    DHJUNKIE Monkey

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    only if ya want me tooo haha noo
     
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  4. FrontRangeDH

    FrontRangeDH Monkey

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    I thought the frames came with axles
     
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  5. dhmike

    dhmike Turbo Monkey

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    dang, that's a sexy beast !
     
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  6. dump

    dump Turbo Monkey

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    coming together nicely. It's lower than I remember seeing previously.
     
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  7. kona-ryder

    kona-ryder Monkey

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    The bike looks sick.
    Are you going to run the fork at that height, or any you going to run the bike a little slacker?
    If you going to ride it at that height the only thing i could recoment is a flat crown....
    Looks like you could use one.
     
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  8. Rover Nick

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    From my understanding, The stock glory axels are ungodly heavy and you can save something like 1/4 or 1/2 lb just by changing the axel. Of course, there is the possibility that I have no idea what I'm talking about.
     
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