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theQuanman

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PostSubject: good 'ole MTB & memory lanes   Mon Sep 08, 2008 2:14 pm

my old squanky
downhill mountain bike set up!
. . .
Specifications:
Mongoose talon DNM 6" travel rear shox
Modified Chili Gordo fork (courtesy of Richard the Golden Thumb)
ZZYZX cranks
FSA head set
Snafu pedals
Shimano levers & derailleurs
Alex rims
Azonic comfy saddle
Maxxis tires
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Damn! that's how far i could remember meyn!

tons of drops! Baby!!!
still on a pedalling mode
. . .
until i had to sell it for a hard tail
molotov 2 DJ 2 - 08 thru axel combo
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lots of good ole memories on this bike dude
1998 - Feb. 2008
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Geez! awesome 10 years!
whew!
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wait 'til i introduce ya
to my new apple of the eye ride
. . .
coming soon!
. . .
- The Quanman

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BAMBER13

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PostSubject: Re: good 'ole MTB & memory lanes   Mon Sep 08, 2008 4:22 pm

my kind of bike Shocked wow!
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PostSubject: Re: good 'ole MTB & memory lanes   Mon Sep 08, 2008 11:13 pm

alright meyn...thats an awesome transformation of your bike..keep it up..... cheers cheers cheers
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