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Old 03-17-2010, 04:55 AM   #12781
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I have decided on a 14T counter and a 45T rear.

Stock 2.73:1

14/45 is 3.21

I will also get a 16T to swap in just in case I need to cover some blacktop to get to a ride then swap the 14T back in.

16/45 is 2.81

Once the PM and setup is done I will be meeting up for an area ride..
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Old 03-17-2010, 09:53 AM   #12782
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cool pics toast!........

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Old 03-17-2010, 09:56 AM   #12783
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I have decided on a 14T counter and a 45T rear.

Stock 2.73:1

14/45 is 3.21

I will also get a 16T to swap in just in case I need to cover some blacktop to get to a ride then swap the 14T back in.

16/45 is 2.81

Once the PM and setup is done I will be meeting up for an area ride..

14/45 is a good happy medium!
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Old 03-17-2010, 02:17 PM   #12784
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cool pics toast!........
We need to get you out Joel. The more I ride with these guys the more my other shoulder is starting to ache maybe its cause these guys ride hard or maybe its just cause I'm old. Anyway the sand hills are easy get-offs with no worries. When the traction is rite and you make it over the top its a rush! Tony is a much more capible rider than he let's on and Mike is always there to make sure you push the envelope and have a good time. Find myself thinkn' about riding all week long..........does anybody else have that problem?
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Old 03-17-2010, 03:15 PM   #12785
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Old 03-17-2010, 04:38 PM   #12786
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We need to get you out Joel. The more I ride with these guys the more my other shoulder is starting to ache maybe its cause these guys ride hard or maybe its just cause I'm old. Anyway the sand hills are easy get-offs with no worries. When the traction is rite and you make it over the top its a rush! Tony is a much more capible rider than he let's on and Mike is always there to make sure you push the envelope and have a good time. Find myself thinkn' about riding all week long..........does anybody else have that problem?

the husa really turned nowwhat to a hill climbing beast...that forward leaning cylinder kept the center of gravity of the bike towards the front...i don't see anything in the future that mike will need yzlvr to ride his bike after 2 failed hill climb attempts....

tony's always a good rider even on the 950, he has a talent to take vid and pics while still focused on riding. most of us can only do one; take a look a xymotic, he tried to do both....

john, you're too humble... , you're in good shape and an accomplished rider. if you're able to hang with riceless, then you have it.

i should be good to go riding after 4 more weeks. my theraphist put me on a weekly session now from biweekly. she did an awesome job to get me where i am now. therapists are our best chance to get on the road to recovery.

overall my surgery went well though i missed the best 4 riding months of year. the happy part, the hospital billing statement was bogus...from $100k to $4K.. though if i didn't have insurance....the hospital will make me pay more than what the insurance will recognize.

see you guys in the nOObs ride in DV....
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Old 03-17-2010, 05:37 PM   #12787
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the husa really turned nowwhat to a hill climbing beast...that forward leaning cylinder kept the center of gravity of the bike towards the front...i don't see anything in the future that mike will need yzlvr to ride his bike after 2 failed hill climb attempts....

tony's always a good rider even on the 950, he has a talent to take vid and pics while still focused on riding. most of us can only do one; take a look a xymotic, he tried to do both....

john, you're too humble... , you're in good shape and an accomplished rider. if you're able to hang with riceless, then you have it.

i should be good to go riding after 4 more weeks. my theraphist put me on a weekly session now from biweekly. she did an awesome job to get me where i am now. therapists are our best chance to get on the road to recovery.

overall my surgery went well though i missed the best 4 riding months of year. the happy part, the hospital billing statement was bogus...from $100k to $4K.. though if i didn't have insurance....the hospital will make me pay more than what the insurance will recognize.

see you guys in the nOObs ride in DV....
i think you are a little to quick for make this statement . Waith to the snow melt and this Boys start ridding real single track wide open desert is easy ,tie technical mountain single track is another deal ,well see soon ,very soon
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Old 03-17-2010, 05:45 PM   #12788
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i think you are a little to quick for make this statement . Waith to the snow melt and this Boys start ridding real single track wide open desert is easy ,tie technical mountain single track is another deal ,well see soon ,very soon
I'll be ready this year...
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Old 03-17-2010, 06:27 PM   #12789
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I'll be ready this year...
i hope so ,the first party/ride in the piutes be the 4th weekend o april ,Joel if you want to make a camping trip for those not going to warp let me no ,i can cook a goat iff needed
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Old 03-17-2010, 06:44 PM   #12790
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i hope so ,the first party/ride in the piutes be the 4th weekend o april ,Joel if you want to make a camping trip for those not going to warp let me no ,i can cook a goat iff needed
I am in!
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Old 03-17-2010, 06:54 PM   #12791
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i hope so ,the first party/ride in the piutes be the 4th weekend o april ,Joel if you want to make a camping trip for those not going to warp let me no ,i can cook a goat iff needed
i have a feeling my WARP trip will shorter then planed... pls clear room for 4 GS's
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Old 03-17-2010, 06:57 PM   #12792
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We can ride to Warp.... and roost!
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Old 03-17-2010, 06:58 PM   #12793
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WOW this sounds good, a chance to see how my woods bike really does. The opportunity to go down and drink the warped boys beer and some more
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i hope so ,the first party/ride in the piutes be the 4th weekend o april ,Joel if you want to make a camping trip for those not going to warp let me no ,i can cook a goat iff needed
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Old 03-17-2010, 07:20 PM   #12794
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I will start a new tread so Dad no get mad o us
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Old 03-17-2010, 07:28 PM   #12795
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We can ride to Warp.... and roost!
Or we can make theme follow us up willow gulch trail
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