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We got this bike by mistake. Wife wanted a 26", but a nicer newer one, for just riding around trails. We got it brand new from a pro/instructor guy who built it out of best parts he had at the time. But, this bike is more for Slalom and Dirt Jumping. She didn't use it much, due to 7 speed cassette, which makes it difficult to climb hills. And the geometry is very short, for doing tricks and going through slalom courses. It is arguably the best DJ available, with the fancy dual shocks and all top of the line components. The frame is described here : https://www.specialized.com/us/en/enduro-sx-frame/p/106263 Front and back are Fox Kashima. Front travel is 100mm and rear is 135mm. See pictures for more details, ask questions. I can ship it, but it will probably be ~$200 ($100 to pack at the shop and $100 to ship).
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See this link for detailed Frame specs: http://2014.devinci.com/bikes/bike_593_scategory_103 The frame is in great shape. There are regular use scuffs on it, see pictures. The shock has been upgraded to Kashima Fox Float CTD, and the three settings (climb, pedal, decent) function correctly. The bushings for the rear shock have been changed recently, so there is no rattle. The frame comes with the Cane Creek headset and GXP bottom bracket. IMPORTANT: I wasn't able to get the KS Lev Integra dropper out. The cable broke at the trigger lever (included), and I needed to get the dropper out out to change the cable. I put in my best effort, but failed. I didn't scratch or stress the frame in the process, but there is a lot of marks on the dropper itself. The dropper is sort of still functional, if you pull the cable, it will pop up. But, I am not advertising dropper as working. Probably needs a rebuild once you get it out. Idea: If you want to build a dirt jumper, just keep the dropper down and add a seat. Will consider trading for a Fox fork with 150+ travel. Let me know if you have any questions and don't hesitate to send me offers. Thanks, Mark
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Jul 3, 2019 at 13:58Jul 3, 2019
Jul 3, 2019 at 13:57Jul 3, 2019
After 14 years of being the second owner of this bad boy, it's time to let someone else enjoy it. Here is the link to the original, '97 bike specs. https://www.bicyclebluebook.com/SearchListingDetail.aspx?id=67241&make=682&model=45576 But, I have upgraded a few things since then: - Risse Racing Astro-5 Damper ($300!) . Stock shock was shot and there was no way to rebuild it. https://www.risseracing.com/garyfish.shtml - Built from scratch rear wheel, with 36 spokes and 19mm rim. - Front tire with Chris King hub and Hope hydralic brakes. - Rear mechanical brake adapter for disc brakes. - Shortest possible stem and wide carbon bars (generic) - Almost new WTB grips. - Tires are not worn much, and they are 2.2in or so. - Front shock is stock, and it works as is. - Optional stock seat or grandma seat pictured - Under seat pouch not included, but bottle holder is included. - Kick stand! - Shifts through stock 3x8 without a problem. - Some reasonable pedal brand. Make me an offer. Pick up in Gunbarrel or SW Longmont. Cash only
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