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Rear Shock: Rock Shox pull shock. Misc.: nos with hard anno trunion
Fork: RockShox 1998 boxxer pro. Misc.: shop soiled
Headset: WTB momentum. Misc.: nos
Handlebar: Azonic Double Wall Riser Bar
Stem: Kore B52
Grips: Other GT. Misc.: nos
Brakes: Hope C2 sport. Misc.: nos
Brake Levers: Hope sport C2
Shifters: Shimano m951 8 spd
Rear Derailleur: Shimano m951 rapid rise. Misc.: nos
Bottom Bracket: Shimano m950 112.5mm
Chain: Shimano xt 8 spd. Misc.: nos
Cassette / Rear Cog: Shimano m950 32-12
Pedals: Shimano DX 636
Front Rim: Mavic D321
Rear Rim: Mavic D321
Hubs: Hope Bigun's
Spokes: DT Swiss
Front Tire: Michelin wildgripper dh soft. Misc.: nos
Rear Tire: Michelin wildgripper dh soft. Misc.: nos
Saddle: SDG Ventura stars n stripes. Misc.: nos
Seatpost: Kore
General Info
Model Year: 1998
Riding Type: Downhill

Vital MTB member woodsy666 woodsy666 8/10/2018 6:58 PM

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I had one of those. That thing rode like a wet noodle, but handled just as good as my Intense M1, which was my next bike. I was only about 130lbs then, so noddle stiffness was not a problem.

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Holy crap. Where'd he find those old at that?
Herndon snapped his LTS DH at Seven Springs & they pieced together a size small for him to race. The shock would rub the tire at full compression.
I remember drooling over the LTS so bad. And yet now that is a complete pile of crap turd, yet what Peaty did on that thing at Seven Springs was unbelievable!!!

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Beautiful! I raced one of these in France back in 1999. It was one of Peaty's old bikes. I'm about Peaty's height, you can see how cramped these bikes were compared to todays models.

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