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more extras on the marin nail trail.

SCO77YBOYSCO77YBOY Posts: 28
edited October 2009 in Your mountain bikes
Hi have had my marin since feb,2009 ...hope you like.

SPEC LIST

XTR YUMAYA rear meck with YUMEYA cogs and bolts.
XTR YUMAYA rear casette
XTR front meck.
XTR rapid fire shifters with YUMEYA brackets and adjusters.
XTR YUMEYA chain.
XTR crank.
SAINT brakes and callipers WITH GOODRICH HOSES.
Thompson seat post..
Thompson handlebar stem.
Carbon Monkey bars xc.
Hope pro 2 hubs with mavic 819 rims and dt spokes.
Maxxis ignitor 21 tyers.
Spoon ti saddle.
Lizardskin lock offs.
Fox 32 float,100mm forks.
Umrbikes magnesium pedals.
HOPE head set.
HOPE seat post coller
Hope handlebar ends and hope doctor cap in gold.

Posts

  • Zaskar20Zaskar20 Posts: 557
    Did it come with those forks and all those headset spacers?
  • The Big CheeseThe Big Cheese Posts: 10,309 Forum Tart 2010
    Zaskar20 wrote:
    Did it come with those forks and all those headset spacers?

    Nice bike! :wink:

    Marin always seem to spec their bikes with 40mm of spacers to allow for you to determine ideal stack height
  • AnonymousAnonymous Posts: 79,692
    Nice, I like the frame colour, good choice of the up grade stuff, only thing I would change is the saddle as it too big, go for a Spoon or SDG and that will finish it off nicely.

    Nice one :)
  • AnonymousAnonymous Posts: 79,692
    saddle too big? eh?

    I've never tried a spoon, but I settled on WTB saddles after years of trying different ones. They suit my censored just fine.
  • Zaskar20Zaskar20 Posts: 557
    Cheesey wrote:
    Zaskar20 wrote:
    Did it come with those forks and all those headset spacers?

    Marin always seem to spec their bikes with 40mm of spacers to allow for you to determine ideal stack height

    This is good practice as it gives the buyer/owner plenty of options on cockpit setup.
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