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AKA; Jimmy Tango
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The bike used to have a Marzocchi Drop-Off III on it. Now it has a Marzocchi AM1 SL. I love it. I received a killer deal from a gentleman on this forum and very happy with the purchase. I only rode it a little today at our county park. I am looking forward to shreddin' it on some other trails!
 

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Some riding shots. This was the maiden voyage. I had only enough time to get to the other side of town to ride Lancaster County Park. I like it there but, these are some of the few little "giblets" to hit. There isn't much, but when time is short, County is great!
 

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Looks hot! Get a white seat, some white Deity bars or some white Straitline Lever blades and it'll be absolutely blingtastic! :thumbsup:
 

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Nice

Lookin' good.
I had a pair of those Shimano pedals and I can't find them anywhere. I don't think I sold them....I took them off to go clipless and I have no idea where I put them.
 

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ButchNZ said:
Looks hot! Get a white seat, some white Deity bars or some white Straitline Lever blades and it'll be absolutely blingtastic! :thumbsup:
I have always liked white. But now...I can't stand it. I did not set out to buy a white fork. This fork fit the bill and was a great performance, so I bought it. I would be happier if it was periwinkle or something fruity like that. Thanks:thumbsup:
 

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Nice upgrades, but misuse of the term "franken-".
Why? This bike cobbled together from spare parts and few new. IMO one of the more aggressive MKIII's I have seen.
 

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Why? This bike cobbled together from spare parts and few new. IMO one of the more aggressive MKIII's I have seen.
Well, franken-bike i would consider to have a custom paint job, extra travel, basicly something that is really far from stock. I mean, your bike is sick, don't get me wrong, but all the stuff is the right size, you didn't have to weld stuff or anything. I don't want to make a big deal of this, but you should just call it "custom" not "franken-bike"

sweeeeet bike :thumbsup:.
 

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i would think most bikes are assembled with new and used parts. mine was.
 
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