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Forbidden Druid Custom Purple Steel 11

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Parts
Frame: Forbidden Druid. Misc.: w/ Ziggy Link + Custom Decals
Rear Shock: EXT Storia LOK V3. Misc.: 425lb Spring
Fork: RockShox Lyrik Ultimate RC2.1. Misc.: w/ Vorpsrung Smashpot Coil + Custom Paint & Decals
Headset: Cane Creek 40 series
Handlebar: OneUp Components Carbon Handlebar. Misc.: 800mm width
Stem: Race Face Turbine R 35 40mm. Misc.: Polished
Grips: DMR Deathgrips. Misc.: Oil Slick Collars
Brakes: SRAM G2 Ultimate. Misc.: Rainbow
Shifters: SRAM GX Eagle
Rear Derailleur: SRAM GX Eagle 1x12. Misc.: JRC Components Pulley Wheels
Chainguide: e*thirteen Forbidden Druid Custom
Cranks: SRAM GX Eagle
Chainrings / Sprocket: Other Wolftooth Nickle 32 tooth
Bottom Bracket: SRAM DUB Threaded
Chain: SRAM XX1 Black
Cassette / Rear Cog: Shimano SLX 10-51
Pedals: OneUp Components Aluminum. Misc.: Oil Slick
Front Rim: Other Giant TRX
Rear Rim: Other Giant TRX
Hubs: Hope pro4
Front Tire: Maxxis Minion dhf 29x2.5. Misc.: Skinwall
Rear Tire: Maxxis Minion dhr2 27.5x2.4. Misc.: Skinwall
Saddle: SDG Bel Air RL Ti Rail Saddle. Misc.: Oil Slick
Seatpost: OneUp Components Dropper Post V2. Misc.: w/ Oneup remote 190mm
General Info
Model Year: 2020
Riding Type: Trail / All-Mountain
Weight: 34 lb 0 oz (15422 g)

Vital MTB member CHWK CHWK 1/3/2021 11:15 AM

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Shimano cassette with Sram chain and shifter...I have a plan to put deore cassette with Sram gx everything else...it’s nice to know there are no compatibility issues..

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100%. The traction at the front is incredible. Honestly, 36 lbs for a aggressive trail/mini enduro build sounds a lot but I don't notice the weight going up the hills, and the bike feels super solid going down them.

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Hey! Awesome build! How have you done the cover-up of the blue stuff? Probably by vinyl wrap? I want to do the same to a cosmic eggplant build coming up, would be cool to hear how you've done it 👊🏼👊🏼

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It's just vinyl. It's nice because once I get bored with it or sell the frame I can just peel it off. Seems pretty durable so far. I cut them myself on my machine. I've actually done a few sets now for other Druid owners. If you wanna get in touch with me I could potentially help you out.

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