Kona Stuff Frame XC Hardtail

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Kona Stuff Frame 2010. Frames - MTB Hardtail. Kona Stuff Dirtjump Hardtail Frame Kona Dirtjump Hardtail Frame Technologies: 7005 Aluminum: Aluminum is one of the most widely used tubing materials in the bicycle industry. The material is mixed with other elements creating alloys with diff ....

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Thoughts on Shimano drive stuff for Fuji Tahoe SL frame-up build?

It's a small/medium 2009 Tahoe SL 29er frame. Starting from scratch. I'm thinking of doing the below slx/xt kit. This mix is based on web research only. I'm pretty inexperienced when it comes to building my own bikes. The bike is for relatively aggressive cross-country riding. I'm not worried about ... Read More »

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If I Change My Frame Will All My Current Stuff Be Compatible.

Currently Im On A 2006 Santa Cruz Blur XC: [url=http://www.bikepedia.com/QuickBike/BikeSpecs.aspx?Year=2006&Brand=Santa+Cruz&Model=Blur+XC+XO&Type=bike]BikePedia - 2006 Santa Cruz Blur XC XO Complete Bicycle[/url] [url=http://www.bikepedia.com/QuickBike/BikeSpecs.aspx?Year=2006&Brand=Santa+Cruz&Mo ... Read More »

steel fork on carbon frame....any weird stuff?

i'm saving up for a carbon rigid but in the meantime i'd love to run my new lurcher 29 rigid, if only so i can run my Reba on my 69er conversion project and i have a fair selection of rigid steel forks is there any reason other than looking absurd why i shouldn't run a steel fork on a carbon fram ... Read More »

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