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2009 (last year of production) Yeti 4X, size Small (only 2 sizes), shock serviced, great condition appart from one scratch on the top tube (see photo). Sold with headset and Hope seat tube collar. Amazing and fun bike, great for 4X, pump track, BMX track, mini DH, ...
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Frame : Turner 5.Spot 2012, Large (1.78cm/1.85cm), RP23, custom colour “sparkle white” Fork : Revelation RCT3, 150mm, dual air, 2013 Wheels : Hope ProII Evo, ZTR Flow, 2012 Gears : 2×10v, X9, dérailleur+chain+k7+cables/housing new Brakes : Hope M4 Evo Race, match makers, 200/180, rear disc=1 week old Crankset : XT 24/34, 175mm, Hope bash, 2013 /new BB Seatpost : Reverb 2013 Stem : Hope 70mm Bar : Renthal Fat bar Lite, 2013 Grips : Renthal kevlar Sadle : WTB Silverado new Tires : Specialized Butcher Control 2.35, new Headset : Work Components -1.5° The frame has been fully rebuilt at the end of the season (new axles and bushings), got a couple of minor scratches and a dent under the bottom bracket (see photo). Suspensions have been serviced.
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Jan 20, 2012 at 7:25Jan 20, 2012
Tom Wheeler Project, Part 2.5
Well done for not giving up and your already impresive results. I have suffered (and still do) from various injuries myself, so I know what it takes. Just a thought about your "unstable" steering, I know a guy who happen to be a WC mechanic and he showed me once some adapters he made to ad weigth on the outside of the bars to make them feel more stable (the idea being, keeping "narrow" handlebars for tight tracks but with the stable feeling of wide ones), maybe adding one of those on the right hand side of your bars could help? PM if you need more info or contact with that guy.