That's a great price....... now.. should I change my few-months-old Zion?... jeje... I guess I better pass or my GF will kill me.daveIT said:
I'm guessing, but I think that's the stock that J&B had before we parted company.Caffeine Powered said:wtf? did you sell them to jenson and now they're blowing them out under cost? that doesn't seem right in the head.
I doubt a 29" tire will fit the rear. The radius of any of the 29x2.xx tires is at least 1" greater than a 26x2.7 tire.bikeny said:That is an awsone deal! I have a question for anyone who has a sliding dropout Inbred: Would a 29" tire fit on this frame? With the massive amount of tire clearance and sliding droupouts, it just might work. Would use discs obviously. There is a thread about this on the 29er forum, but no answers yet. Inquiring minds want to know! Brant, anyone!
It is very tempting! The 2 problems I have with my current SS would both be resolved with the Inbred: rear tire clearance and standover height. Although I am finding myself very intrigued by 29ers lately! Decisions, decisions!SpinWheelz said:bikeny, I say you and I get one each, build these bad boys up, take 'em out to Blue Mountain and toss 'em into the Monster Trail. Show 'em how it's done.