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RoddyRoddy Posts: 22
edited May 2008 in MTB general
I have been given a Kona Cinder Cone frame, and i was going to build a XC bike around this. Is this a good frame to use for this? is it light enough? and does it warrant using XT components all round?

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  • Jimbob_no5Jimbob_no5 Posts: 1,568
    it warrants whatever you want to put on it, what year frame is it? it'll do XC no probs but have a look on www.konaworld.com for more info
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  • Megatron-UKMegatron-UK Posts: 91
    XT bits and lightweight wheels and it'll make a great bike.

    The steel Kona frames are really good; I've got a really old Lava Dome myself and despite it's age, the geometry and performance of the frame is fantastic.
    The frames themselves are lightweight; but to prevent the bikes from being too expensive, Kona has traditionally stuck less than steller components on them. They fully deserve better parts IMO.
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  • BlackSpurBlackSpur Posts: 4,228
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