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My Turner Rai lframe finally built, Eric Carters back up frame, rides very good!

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Turner Rail frame
King Headset
2004 Psylo SL Tullio fork
XTR cranks and BB
MRP SLalom 2 ISCG device
2004 Deemax wheels
Durace derailleur, XTR shifter
Shorty stem
Pro Taper Bars
Thomson seatpost
Easton cully pedals
SDG seat
Hayes MAG discs 6" rotors
 

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That frame is so nice!!! I prefer the looks of this early Rail to the current production one - but that's just my personal preference.
 

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Well the frame is for sale, if you are interested, I want to get a 5 spot for trail riding, so it will have to go, I regret to say.
 

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SGT Brown just got a new Rail built up and though I'd share it with the board. Andrew Neethling has taken his rail over so, he had to build up a new one! We originally built Andrew the Lrg size, but after riding SGT Brown's Reg, he didn't want to give it back. This is a reg which is all Turner has left in stock. It's great for riders 6'1" and below. He built this one for dirt jumping, but will race it in 4X also. The Build:



Frame: 2004 Turner Rail Size Reg.
Fork: 2004 Rock Shox Psylo SL
Headset: Cane Creek Double Xc
Stem: TruVativ Holzfeller 60mm
Bars: TruVativ Holzfeller
Cranks: TruVativ Holzfeller 170mm
BB: TruVativ Giga Pipe DH 113mm
Chain Guide: TruVativ Box Guide
Chain Ring: TruVativ 38T DH Ring
Pedals: TruVativ Holzfeller
Seat Post: TruVativ Team Double Clamp
Seat: SDG Bel Air all wheather
Shifter: SRAM X.9 Trigger
Rear Derailer: SRAM X.0
Chain: SRAM
Cassette: SRAM 12-26
Wheels: Mavic 721 on Hadley 10mmR/20mmF
Tires: Michelin Comp 24.1 Light F/ Semi-Slick R
Grips: ODI Ruffian Lock-on
Brakes: Hayes
 

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EC's back-up frame?

I thought he was riding NOS XCE's with Mongoose stickers on them. I think the Rail is cool, purpose built bike, but I didn't think EC was riding them in competition.

Nice to have yet another Turner as your "back up"

Sean
 
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