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dirtworks911 jazorblast's video
Feb 24, 2015 at 21:57
Feb 24, 2015
Hahah, Smoking Cigs!

dirtworks911 yeticycles's photo
Feb 23, 2015 at 22:15
Feb 23, 2015
Smang it. Smash it and bang it. The way this gap is meant to be hit: http://www.pinkbike.com/video/397050/#top

dirtworks911 airon's video
Feb 19, 2015 at 9:33
Feb 19, 2015

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Feb 19, 2015
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Feb 19, 2015 at 9:31
Feb 19, 2015

Fox Doss Seatpost (31.6mm) New in Box

$225 USD
Got a brand new Fox Doss seatpost dropper for sale. It's new in box and hasn't been ridden or even installed. Specs: Post diameter: 31.6mm Travel: 125mm Remote: Left or right, Rightside up or upside down. Buyer pays shipping and paypal fees.

Feb 18, 2015 at 7:42
Feb 18, 2015
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Feb 16, 2015 at 21:15
Feb 16, 2015
Feb 16, 2015 at 21:07
Feb 16, 2015

Like-New Trek Slash 7/9 (XO1/XT Groupo) w/ Trek Care PLUS

$4000 USD
Okay Pinkbikers, Browsing classifieds well past your bedtime wondering if it would be worth buying your new enduro machine in the middle of winter? Let me answer your question, YES. It's time. Up for grabs is a killer custom build of an Like-New Trek Slash. After looking at the pictures, is it a Slash 7, Slash 8, or Slash 9? To answer this question, its kinda neither of them. All that is certain is that it's a 2015. The only things that make this a Slash 7 is the frame color, wheelset, handlebar/stem, and saddle. The only thing that makes this thing a Slash 8 is the reverb seatpost. The things that make this a Slash 9 is the Shimano XT brakes and Monarch Plus RC3 Debonair. What makes this better than any of these models of Slashes (including the Slash 9)??? How about the Sram XO1/XT drivetrain, Dual position Pike RC3T, and custom decals to match it's awesomeness! With that said, this bike is fully pimped out and ready to rock, harder than any Slash has rocked before. This bike is equipped with TREK CARE PLUS, an warranty program that extends the warranty and coverage of the bike for 3 years from the original date of purchase (October 2014). This covers components that commonly need to be replaced like drivetrain and brakes. Trek care plus also covers suspension components like the fork, shock, and even the reverb dropper post. Here's the catch, Trek Care Plus also covers accidental damage. That's right, I said ACCIDENTAL DAMAGE!!! This means if you come around a corner of a trail, hit a rock, tree, or deer (Matt Hunter knows this can happen) Trek Care Plus will replace the smashed up wheel, bent fork, and/or cracked frame. This service plan is FULLY TRANSFERABLE and is a huge plus that comes with this bike because they don't sell this plan anymore. It cost me $450 in additional to the bike but you're getting it for free. Conditions: This Slash has been ridden once (by my sexy but conservative wife). Since that one ride, some parts swapped out and are brand new, this would include the brakes and drivetrain. There is a small chip in the frame that happened while being stored. Isn't that the shits! Outside of this small blemish, this bike is mint! Here's the build: (things in BOLD are meant to be read out loud and are UPGRADES from it's standard Slash 7 build) Components with *** before them mean they are brand new and have 0 (zero) rides on them. Frame Alpha Platinum Aluminum, ABP Convert, Full Floater, E2 tapered head tube, press fit BB, internal derailleur & dropper post routing, ISCG mount, magnesium EVO Link, Mino Link, down tube guard, 160mm travel Front suspension ROCK SHOX PIKE RC3T, DUAL POSITION, 160MM TRAVEL, (w/ RS's version of CTD) Rear suspension ROCK SHOX MONARCH PLUS RC3 DEBONAIR (w/ RS's version of CTD) Wheels Bontrager Duster Elite Tubeless Ready, 142x12 rear, 15mm front Tires Bontrager XR4 Expert, Tubeless Ready, aramid bead, 27.5x2.35" Drivetrain Shifters ***SRAM XO1, 11-speed Rear derailleur ***SRAM XO1 TYPE 2, 11-speed Crank ***SHIMANO XT (170mm length) Why not a Sram X1 crank you might ask? Simply put, the Shimano XT crank is lighter, stronger, more durable, and easier to work on from a mechanic's standpoint. Pushing out the chainring 3mm with authentic chainring spacers, it matches the exact chainline that the Sram X1, XO1, and XX1. This is a clear win. Chainring: ***RACEFACE NARROW WIDE, 34t, 11-speed Cassette ***SRAM XO1 (XG-1195), 10-42t, 11-speed Chain ***SRAM X1, 11-speed Saddle Bontrager Evoke 2, chromoly rails Seatpost ROCK SHOX REVERB STEALTH, 125mm travel, Right-hand remote inverted on Left side of bar. Handlebar Bontrager Rhythm Elite Riser, 31.8mm, 15mm rise Stem Bontrager Rhythm Comp, 31.8mm, 0 degree Headset FSA NO.57E, E2, sealed bearings Brakeset ***SHIMANO XT (203mm front / 180mm rear SLX Ice-Tech Rotors) Grips Bontrager Rhythm, dual lock-on Amongst all this awesomeness, you will also get custom made decals for not only the front fork but also the rear shock as well. Show me another Slash that has, I doubt you can find one. Buyer pays for shipping and paypal fees. Wow, did you make it to the bottom? Congratulations! Hit me up with any questions you have.

dirtworks911 dirtworks911's photo
Feb 9, 2015 at 21:35
Feb 9, 2015
No worries, I actually sold them a while ago.

dirtworks911 dirtworks911's photo
Feb 9, 2015 at 15:27
Feb 9, 2015
These are heavier duty and way wider. Thats pretty much it.

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