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Intense Tracer 2 with custom tuned Fox 36

$1500 USD
Whazzap whazzap whazzap! I'm selling my old reliable that served me well. See specs below: ○Tracer 2 aluminum frame. VPP suspension; 150mm Fox float shock with one spacer inside. I also have brand new lower links that Intense gave me for free. ○Fox 36 160mm fork custom tuned by The Bike Shop in Lake Forest, CA (hence the custom stickers). It originally was a 36 TALAS, but it's been converted into a Float for plushness. The tuning involves things like straightening the stanchions and buffing out the sliders buffers on the lower legs to get a smoother action from the fork. I wish I could take this fork with me, but since I have a 27.5 now it's not possible :( ○Cane Creek Angleset at 1 deg slack. I have the other cups for .5 and 1.5 angling, and I *believe* I have the old standard headset as well, which you will get. ○Reverb seatpost, just bled recently by yours truly ○Hope seatclamp ○Race Face Atlas stem (50mm) and bar (750mm measured straight end-to-end with grips). The grips pictured there are Ergons, but I took them for the new bike so I'll give you the Race Face Half Nelson grips in gray that was there before. I also have a Race Face Respond 45mm stem with a 10 deg rise if you prefer that one, but you'll have to pick one or the other and I'll install it for you. ○Race Face Respond crankset 170mm ○e13 bash guard ○Absolute Black oval chainring 32t, which means you have a 32t at your strongest pedal stroke and 30t at your weakest. ○Shimano XT rear derailleur, 10 speed cassette (36t), chain, and shifter ○Shimano Zee brakes with 180mm rotors ○Mavic Crossmax SX 26" wheelset with Maxxis Minion DHF front and Tomahawk rear, tubeless setup. The wheelset itself is tubeless compatible (no rim tape needed). I also have extra spokes for this wheelset. ○NSB colored brake adapters and fork cable clip in red ○Saddle not pictured but I have an Intense-branded saddle (looks like a WTB Silverado copy but a bit wider). ○No pedals included with this bike There are lots of tiny scratches on the inside of the chainstays and some on the seatstays from regular riding. You can also see a light spot on the seat tube where the cable used to rub the metal. I fixed it already, and the frame has been checked by the mechanics at Jenson USA as being still structurally sound, but they did tell me to re-route the cable before it gets worse (which I did). I always clean the drivetrain after every ride, fyi, The Reverb hose is wrapped around like you see in the picture so that when the post is fully compressed, the hose doesn't get in the way of your foot (a trick SRAM suggested). I'm planning on parting-out the bike if it doesn't sell in a few weeks, but I'll see if I can get rid of it as a whole first.

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