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mad aussie
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Discussion Starter · #1 ·
Please bring me a new Turner Highline, I want it as follows:
Turner small Highline frame
Marzocchi 66 fork at 7 inches
Race Face Diabolus Cranks with 2 ring/bashguard
Dewlie chainguide
Hayes 8" discs
SRAM x7 shifter/derailleurs
Mavic EX823 rims on Hadley hubs
Maxxis Mobster 2.5 tires

drool, drool, drool

KR
 

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Attention All Crazy Aussie Turner Owners

Dude, just go out and get a Yamaha motorcyle. Unlikely it can't handle anything your dream Highline could, plus it will have a stronger chain than you can get on the Turner. :D
 

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Flying Wombat said:
It is of course my mutant leg strength while climbing that caused that chain to detonate on Tuesday's night ride. :D
I'm actually more partial to Hondas than Yamahas
Thats one theory. My theory is that you broke your chain on purpose to avoid the lets sacrifice the Aussie party we had planned after the ride. As it turned out, after you left, we stopped riding, built a giant bonfire and sacrificed the women. Merry Christmas.

One final note: if my posts don't get be banned from mtbr, someone should kill me.
 

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mad aussie
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Of course looks like Santa will be the only one to be able to bring me a Highline, my wife wants a new car, something about needing thinks like working air conditioning, sun visors and a radio?????? what does she need those things for?
 

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mad aussie
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Discussion Starter · #7 ·
try doing a search for some old posts, Dave Turner even chimed in and said they were still developing the frame. It is also under the Turner booth on MTBR's coverage of last years Interbike.
 
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