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Old 04-22-2017, 09:30 PM
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Wes is running M786 & M985
I bought 180mm xtr cranks. I have a xtr rear drail and shifter in the box in the office so i'll be all xtr since i have xtr race brakes.

I'm scheming on how to get the new 27.5+ yo eddy past the wife.....

let me know next time you ride heil pic rock.
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Old 04-23-2017, 08:58 AM
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Lots of good information
Thank you
Leaning towards 27.5 for sure
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to throw another monkey wrench into the plans.... forget 26 and 27.5 and go straight to a 29er. After years of running a 29" XC bike, 26" on my 150mm AM/MiniDH rig and 26" on my 200mm dual crown DH rig i've replaced all of those bikes with a 150mm 29er.

With the new geometry on these things, it just does everything better. I've hit up all of the local trails, spent a week in Sedona, will have it out to Moab in a couple of weeks, plan to rack up 30+ days at winter park and keystone and make another trip to the PacNW for Whistler, Squamish and Pemby.



they still got these on great clearance pricing:

http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/u.../rp-prod145997
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It also probably depends on your frame size. 27.5 is a good wheel size for smaller frames where there is t much space for a 29" wheel
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