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Yeti DJ

Discussion in 'Downhill & Freeride' started by Summit, Aug 25, 2005.

  1. Summit

    Summit Monkey

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    Was thinking of building a DJ up as a dual-duty dirt jump/trailbike...so more of an XC build than most would probably see. I'd want to be able to do 15+mile trail rides on it, then bash it around the dirt jumps comfortably (note: I don't do tricks, just huck). Is this a stupid idea or could it work with that frame?
     

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  2. profro

    profro Turbo Monkey

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    Yes.....
     
  3. Dirtbike

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    Yes.. I have the frame and love it to death.

    Yeti DJ
    Z150 (will switch out for Vanilla soon)
    DT Onyx hubs on 6.1Ds
    Hope Mono Minis
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  4. Summit

    Summit Monkey

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    Sweet thanks for the link Stoney...
    (I really did use the Search function--you were just too far back for me!)

    Sick lookin bikes...hmmm black or silver... stupid stupid expensive addictive habit this is.
     
  5. WheelieMan

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    That's exactly what I have been wanting a Yeti DJ for! It seems to have good geometry for all around riding, especially when mated with an adjustable travel fork. (pike?)