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Parts Brand Model Additional info
Frame Iron Horse 6Point
Rear Shock Marzocchi Roco WC coil
Fork RockShox Lyric DH coil
Headset Other HAS Headset
Handlebar Chromag Fubars OSX
Stem Race Face Evolve AM
Grips Other Chromag Basis
Brakes Avid Juicy 3
Brake Levers Avid Juicy 3
Shifters Shimano Zee
Rear Derailleur Shimano Zee
Cranks Truvativ Descendant
Chainrings / Sprocket Race Face Single 32t
Bottom Bracket Truvativ GXP
Chain Shimano 10 Spd
Cassette / Rear Cog Shimano SLX 11-36 10Spd
Pedals Other Chromag Scarab
Front Rim WTB Dual Duty FR
Rear Rim WTB Dual Duty FR
Hubs Sun Ringle Jumping Flea
Spokes DT Swiss
Front Tire Kenda Nevegal
Rear Tire Kenda Nevegal
Saddle WTB Devo
Seatpost Other Amoeba
Seatpost Clamp Other Stock
General Info
Model Year 2008
Riding Type Freeride
Additional Info I bought This frame in 2010 for 75% off (closout deal) to replace my 2008 Giant Regn x frame. I wanted to see if there was any difference between the Maestro and DW-Link designs. I like the Iron Horse 6Point frame more because it has a nicer feel to it. It feels more plush than the Reign which could possibly be due to the leverage ratio. I also like the fact that they designed the Iron Horse to have a full length seat tube, although because they decided to use a 30.0mm seat post diameter I am limited to using a plain old seatpost. I changed my drivetrain from a 2x9 setup to a 1x10 setup which I have been quite pleased with so far. I wouldn't mind a slightly larger bail out gear in the back such as a 40t or something, but for the most part I haven't needed it. I installed -1.6 HAS headset cups a year after I bought the frame which changed the stock 67.5 head angle to around 65.5 with the 170mm Lyrik. I tried stripping the frame this year to change it up a bit and ordered some new decals as well.
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