Fuck yea dh bike. Old school yeti at 39.7lbs with a spare parts build 

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f*ck yea dh bike. Old school yeti at 39.7lbs with a spare parts build Full guide and dh tires are in the process right now.

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 That's a pretty decent spare parts build! Nice riser action too.
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 Yea. She ain't pretty. Be she should go down the hill fast. And the riser looks huge at this angle, but it's not that bad once the bike is on the ground.
  • + 2
 Looks cool, nice job. Riser has got to go. Worth every penny for a good bar.
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 It is a decent spank 777 bar. I just had them rolled forward in the pic. And I'll get a few rides to see if I want to do something else. I have lots of room to play with stack height before I need to buy a new bar. And the low price of free was a good selling point.
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 Done with your 7?
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 It's hung up for now. It will get built up again with a totem and big boy wheels someday. She treated me well.
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 Dam, I'm already done with the SB, super nice bikes for sure. I just can't get enough of the active feel of the 7 and actually just put more money into it. If my hook up comes through I will give the new GT 27.5 Force carbon pro a shot.
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 I have a dedicated dh rig now, so I wanted a trail bike and the 66 climbs better than the 7. I love the 7. But it's just not as good of a trail bike as the 66. Plus I really like the low standover of the 66. It just gas a lower center of gravity that I really like.

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