hey hey hey now lets not go that far atleast this guy isnt putting up lame pics and saying he is better then everyone hereDJrider04 said:Wow bro....you want to drop this much cash on a bike, do a bit of research. Youve gone through more bikes than I have ever thought of buying in 3 years. Heres an idea, reseach the MSRP of the bikes, if they are selling for way under less than half, its prolly bs. Your best bet is to buy a NEW hardtail. Also, whats your need with all this travel? Im sorry, but I must say.....you are an idiot my good sir..................you are an idiot.....
O yeah, and SEARCH....the super8 has been covered MANY times! God your worse than yeswayjay.
oreo, I really am just trying to help you out (I think everyone is). Be in for the long run! While it does spawn interesting discussions, I for one, am a little tired of seeing your bike question posts everyday, mainly because it seems like you are missing what others have been telling you. I feel your pain and a hardtail, in many ways, is not the same as a fs bike. You are right. But you are 15 and you have a lifetime of freeriding to do! I know I am preaching to the choir, but these bikes are probably toast and I bet if your parents understood how hard these bikes are ridden, they wouldn't want you buying one (damn I sound like my old man...).oreo321321 said:I asked that guy on the disco what his bottom dollar was, and he said $1000, so that's how I could get the disco, the Santa Cruz Super 8 was offered to me, and the ONLY way I would get a hardtail, is if it was extremely light, so that rules that out.
great suggesting...get a deal on a frame just to spend almost the same price for a shock just so you don't blow shocks!Brian HCM#1 said:Thats NOT an 2002 Disco, its a 2001. It has the older links with the shorter shock. $1000 is not a bad deal, throw an Avalanche on there and the problems with shocks blowing go away.
oreo321321 said:Now this is a topic I havent heard disscussed, and I searched through about 15 pages of threads, and spent a half an hour on it. Would and intense M1 be a nice bike to freeride, and do urban hucks?