BMJ said:I'll have to snap off some recent photos of mine.
I recently mounted up a WB-150 and it's looking and working out sweet!
Mine's become somewhat of a pig though. With a pair of free-ride tubes, the WB-150, Avalanche "Woodie" shock, i900-r post, and custom made skid plate and chain tensioner, it's coming in a hair under 39lbs. Alot of the guys seem to be coming in around 34ish? My last ride was 38lbs, I don't notice the weight gain and it actually feels lighter and more nimble than my old 26" Chumba EVO.
I had a pair of the Kodiak's for a few rides... WOW... those were heavy! Couldn't get them off fast enough. Makes quite a bit of difference where you put the weight! I'm running the Nevegal 2.2's, resonably light, would like a bigger foot print though. The Specialized 2.4's look interesting at only 800 grams, not the 1400 of the Kodiak's.
Weather kinda blows right now, I'll see if I can post some pics soon.
This is a size Large WFO9 with 150mm rear end. It's a pretty simple build, the cranks will go back on my JET9 eventually.SinglePivot said:how about you guys post up your bike setups, weight and pics?
2melow said:This is a size Large WFO9 with 150mm rear end. It's a pretty simple build, the cranks will go back on my JET9 eventually.
- This bike is available for demo if you are in the Front Range/Fort Collins, Colorado area.
Marzocchi 44 140mm tapered steerer
WTB Heavy Duty Hub 150mm rear/ Laserlite Front/ Stans FLOWs. 2 Scoops of Stans sealant.
XT Front Derailleur/XO Rear/X9 shifters
Avid Elixer R 185 front/160mm rear (Will put 185 rear eventually, 160 is all I had ATM)
Niner Flat Top Bar uncut
WTB Weirwolf 2.55's
Bike as pictured is 32.21 pounds.
OK my contribution...david8613 said:lets keep thread going....
Hi David, thanks. The bike really is beautiful, in an ugly sort of way. I love the way it climbs and descends.david8613 said:she looks like a beast dude, i like it! whats the new gravity dropper gonna be?