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Ultimate Stab Primo

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Posted: Oct 11, 2007 at 7:53 Quote
mcnaughty wrote:
How bout this Stab. It was my 06 ride.

06 Stab Supreme frame
Hijink Custom Creations Paint Job
Fox DHX Air rear shock
Rock Shox Boxxer World Cup Fork
Chris King Headset
E-13 Ali direct mount stem
Easton Monkey lite DH Bar
Carbon headset spacers
MRP Carbon System 3 Chain guide
Shimano Saint brakes
Shimano Saint 165mm Cranks 38t ring
Shimano Dura Ace Cassette
Intense ODI lock on grips
SRAM XO RD
SRAM XO Shifter
SRAM PC 89R hollow pin hollow link chain
Easton Cully pedals
Race Face Diabolis seat post
Serfas Ti railed seat
Mavic DeeMax front wheel
32h DeeMax rim on Sun Ringle Abbah Lawwill 12x150 hub laced with DT Swiss Alpine 111 spokes
Maxxis HighRoller 2.5 sticky rubber Tubeless tires

998504



Let me know what you think!
Thats soooooooo nice do like even ride it? cause i no i wouldn't if i had that paint job

Mod
Posted: Oct 11, 2007 at 10:45 Quote
dano8521 wrote:
Heres mine, I don't think its as good as everyone else's but I like it.

1303101


Can you buy brake therapy, I have looked for it but cant really find it online.

Yes, you can buy the Brake Therapy floater directly from Therapy Components. All you have to do is call up Brian and he will guide you through the process. When I bought mine, it was only compatible with Ringle, Hadley, and DT Swiss hubs but this was in 2004 and since then, they have expanded a lot and may have floaters for other hubs.

Here is a link to their site
http://www.therapycomponents.com/floater.htm

Posted: Oct 11, 2007 at 10:49 Quote
heres my stab!
888's, hayes, X9, blah blah some wheels lol
needs a softer spring for sure though!

1469455


Posted: Oct 11, 2007 at 11:12 Quote
those are some sick bikes!!!

Posted: Oct 11, 2007 at 17:05 Quote
laurie1 wrote:
dano8521 wrote:
Heres mine, I don't think its as good as everyone else's but I like it.

1303101


Can you buy brake therapy, I have looked for it but cant really find it online.

Yes, you can buy the Brake Therapy floater directly from Therapy Components. All you have to do is call up Brian and he will guide you through the process. When I bought mine, it was only compatible with Ringle, Hadley, and DT Swiss hubs but this was in 2004 and since then, they have expanded a lot and may have floaters for other hubs.

Here is a link to their site
http://www.therapycomponents.com/floater.htm

Thanks for the info but before I call do you have a rough idea as to how much it would cost.

Mod
Posted: Oct 11, 2007 at 17:15 Quote
dano8521 wrote:
laurie1 wrote:
dano8521 wrote:
Heres mine, I don't think its as good as everyone else's but I like it.

1303101


Can you buy brake therapy, I have looked for it but cant really find it online.

Yes, you can buy the Brake Therapy floater directly from Therapy Components. All you have to do is call up Brian and he will guide you through the process. When I bought mine, it was only compatible with Ringle, Hadley, and DT Swiss hubs but this was in 2004 and since then, they have expanded a lot and may have floaters for other hubs.

Here is a link to their site
http://www.therapycomponents.com/floater.htm

Thanks for the info but before I call do you have a rough idea as to how much it would cost.

I think they are around $200-$250. When I bought mine, the company just started and they were custom made and super expensive. I paid $500 but at that time, the Canadian Dollar was very low and Therapy is based in the USA. I also got two adapters, one so I could run my Hayes brake and one for International Standard brakes. Most likely, you will only need one adapter so your price will be about half give or take.

Posted: Oct 11, 2007 at 17:15 Quote
i find it funny that you have a fender on your bike because it implies you need it because of lots of mud flying about, but your bike seems to be sparkling clean, and probably never seen mud by the look of how white your seat still is

Posted: Oct 11, 2007 at 20:03 Quote
mcnaughty: that is the sickest kona i have ever seen in my life. even fabien would have been jealous of that thing
how much did that paint job cost you? i had something similar in mid for my turner frame

Posted: Oct 12, 2007 at 17:17 Quote

857142


It has Boxxer world cups on it now...

Posted: Oct 18, 2007 at 9:43 Quote
phillips612 wrote:
mcnaughty wrote:
How bout this Stab. It was my 06 ride.

06 Stab Supreme frame
Hijink Custom Creations Paint Job
Fox DHX Air rear shock
Rock Shox Boxxer World Cup Fork
Chris King Headset
E-13 Ali direct mount stem
Easton Monkey lite DH Bar
Carbon headset spacers
MRP Carbon System 3 Chain guide
Shimano Saint brakes
Shimano Saint 165mm Cranks 38t ring
Shimano Dura Ace Cassette
Intense ODI lock on grips
SRAM XO RD
SRAM XO Shifter
SRAM PC 89R hollow pin hollow link chain
Easton Cully pedals
Race Face Diabolis seat post
Serfas Ti railed seat
Mavic DeeMax front wheel
32h DeeMax rim on Sun Ringle Abbah Lawwill 12x150 hub laced with DT Swiss Alpine 111 spokes
Maxxis HighRoller 2.5 sticky rubber Tubeless tires

998504



Let me know what you think!
Thats soooooooo nice do like even ride it? cause i no i wouldn't if i had that paint job

no shit
hahaha

Posted: Oct 23, 2007 at 16:23 Quote
that stab beats them all
that is insane bike
i wouldnt ride it i would make it look pritty which wouldnt take much

Posted: Nov 22, 2008 at 19:53 Quote

2701955

Just freshly built

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