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    #111
    ok. avalanche pala sya. classic na ba ito?

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    #112
    yung triple triangle design, classic na siguro, although it's still being used by GT sa current bikes nila. why mess with a good thing, right? it's also one of my favorite frames.

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    #113
    Quote Originally Posted by FXT
    yung triple triangle design, classic na siguro, although it's still being used by GT sa current bikes nila. why mess with a good thing, right? it's also one of my favorite frames.
    perhaps, its rigidity. oo maganda nga talaga yung triple triangle design...

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    *ian-rex -- classic? not in a bad way, the design has been adapted by Chucker ngayun kasi maganda talaga, parehong pareho ang frame design, and ang daming kumukuha ng Chucker lately, ive seen one setup yung red color niya ang ganda, parang bright cherry red yung color ng frame then all black fork, fat tires, macho tingnan haha

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    #115
    Quote Originally Posted by miLes
    *ian-rex -- classic? not in a bad way, the design has been adapted by Chucker ngayun kasi maganda talaga, parehong pareho ang frame design, and ang daming kumukuha ng Chucker lately, ive seen one setup yung red color niya ang ganda, parang bright cherry red yung color ng frame then all black fork, fat tires, macho tingnan haha
    ok yung kulay a. i'm planning to get an amethyst or bright yellow. hehehe. just bought my wilderness trail bikes tires- timberwolves. share ko lang ang experience ko. so ok, i've gotten the tires from maxxis mobster 2.7 in the front and WTB Velociraptor 2.1 at the rear to WTB Timberwolf 2.5- well, for one, it really looked good! (will post pictures later) sadly, sumasayad naman sa frame ko yung mga knobs- kaya nilagyan ko na ng washer sa hub para lang lumayo...

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    #116
    Quote Originally Posted by ian_rex
    ok yung kulay a. i'm planning to get an amethyst or bright yellow. hehehe. just bought my wilderness trail bikes tires- timberwolves. share ko lang ang experience ko. so ok, i've gotten the tires from maxxis mobster 2.7 in the front and WTB Velociraptor 2.1 at the rear to WTB Timberwolf 2.5- well, for one, it really looked good! (will post pictures later) sadly, sumasayad naman sa frame ko yung mga knobs- kaya nilagyan ko na ng washer sa hub para lang lumayo...
    good choice (regarding WTB tires)! ive tried WTB tires (weirwolf nga lang) and for me they're one of the best tires out in the market, good balance kasi between trail grip and low roll resistance. sumasayad yung knobs sa frame? sa front siguro yun right, since mataba yung 2.5? try bringing it to a bike shop and have the spokes aligned, baka di lang siya nakaalign

    im also in the process of building my hardtail, just recently got an xt crankset 175mm 44, 32, 22 tooth rings, deore diskbrake ready hubs and tools for installation of hollowtech II cranks. next in line are: xt rear derailleur, deore front derailleur, xt cassette, lizardskin grips, thompson seatpost. hay...gastos...

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    #117
    Quote Originally Posted by miLes
    good choice (regarding WTB tires)! ive tried WTB tires (weirwolf nga lang) and for me they're one of the best tires out in the market, good balance kasi between trail grip and low roll resistance. sumasayad yung knobs sa frame? sa front siguro yun right, since mataba yung 2.5? try bringing it to a bike shop and have the spokes aligned, baka di lang siya nakaalign

    im also in the process of building my hardtail, just recently got an xt crankset 175mm 44, 32, 22 tooth rings, deore diskbrake ready hubs and tools for installation of hollowtech II cranks. next in line are: xt rear derailleur, deore front derailleur, xt cassette, lizardskin grips, thompson seatpost. hay...gastos...
    op kors gastos. puro naman ata top of the line mga components mo eh, pero you get what you pay for, ganyan din ako sa gamit. pansin ko puro shimano xt...ever considered using s-ram components? very popular na yan dito.

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    #118
    Quote Originally Posted by FXT
    op kors gastos. puro naman ata top of the line mga components mo eh, pero you get what you pay for, ganyan din ako sa gamit. pansin ko puro shimano xt...ever considered using s-ram components? very popular na yan dito.
    ive thought about it kaso im worried sa compatibility ng sram with shimano components eh and tried and tested na rin kasi shimano, alam ku kasi some sram compents below x9 model di compatible sa shimano e ganun din kamahal yung x9. xtr is just too much, around 50k for the whole group set! so xt na next best choice

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    #119
    okay ito ha..try ko nga punta sta rosa before going to our resthouse in tagaytay.

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    #120
    Quote Originally Posted by miLes
    good choice (regarding WTB tires)! ive tried WTB tires (weirwolf nga lang) and for me they're one of the best tires out in the market, good balance kasi between trail grip and low roll resistance. sumasayad yung knobs sa frame? sa front siguro yun right, since mataba yung 2.5? try bringing it to a bike shop and have the spokes aligned, baka di lang siya nakaalign

    im also in the process of building my hardtail, just recently got an xt crankset 175mm 44, 32, 22 tooth rings, deore diskbrake ready hubs and tools for installation of hollowtech II cranks. next in line are: xt rear derailleur, deore front derailleur, xt cassette, lizardskin grips, thompson seatpost. hay...gastos...
    wala kasing werewolf at the time e. ayos na, inalign na nang kapatid ko, kaya no need to bring it to the suking bike shop. kami na lang ang nag-aayos nang bike namin, wala lang hobby lang talaga... sadly, wala na talaga yung rim ko. palitin na. anyways, ok naman sya, balanced grip on and off pavement. kaya lang medyo low rolling resistance, kaya nung una kong binirit sa paliko, e medyo dumulas. actually, twice nga e. nasanay ako dun sa mobster... hehehe. in fact, just last night, i tried these baby, on asphalt. madaling padyakan, kayang-kaya ang 40-50 kph.di gaya nung mobster na yun, lintek ang dikit kaya ayaw bumilis e.

    napansin ko lang, tumipid na nga ako sa gas. ever since i got this bike, halos di ko na dina-drive yung car ko...

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