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My Santa Cruz Bullit Circa 2006 Enduro Weapon Years Ahead Brilliant I Rock 2

Finding beauty in the bush
Finding beauty in the bush My Santa Cruz Bullit Circa 2006 Enduro Weapon Years Ahead Brilliant I Rock Classic Bradbury trail intersection. Showing maturity Gray wife beater FTW Back in Palmer Park, my old stomping grounds. Must have been 2004 or 2005.
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Parts Brand Model Additional info
Frame Santa Cruz Bullit
Rear Shock Manitou Swinger Air 3-Way Shock
Fork Manitou Sherman Firefly 150mm QR Titanium Spring for those that didn't know
Headset Cane Creek ?
Handlebar Easton Monley Light Carbon Riser
Stem Titec 50mm
Grips ODI Lock-on
Brakes Hayes HFX-9
Brake Levers Hayes Carbon Lever Pimp
Shifters Shimano LX 9-speed Still in use on my hardtail
Front Derailleur Shimano LX
Rear Derailleur Shimano XT RIP
Cranks Race Face Prodigy Triple!!
Chainrings / Sprocket Race Face
Bottom Bracket Race Face
Chain SRAM
Cassette / Rear Cog Shimano XT 9-Speed
Pedals Shimano PD-M?747 or 757
Front Rim Sun Ringle Rhynolite Welded 29mm wide...all I have to say
Rear Rim Sun Ringle Rhynolite Welded Beefcake
Hubs WTB LaserDisc Lite Rear Hub Real Design front hub, still alive today
Spokes Wheelsmith 14g Brass beefcake nips
Front Tire Continental Gravity 2.3
Rear Tire Continental Gravity 2.3
Saddle Other Forte Ti
Seatpost Thomson 28.6 weird size now
General Info
Model Year 2000
Riding Type Trail / All-Mountain
Weight 32 lb 6 oz (14685 g)
Additional Info You didn't leave a space for what brand of quick release lever I was using...Salsa. I have always had superior cognitive aptitude, hence the wide rim and tire build with ultra-short stem. I was truly ahead of my own time and any bike company that didn't hire me then surely missed out on market dominance. Seruiously, this bike was a blast and still would be today. It was only retired in 2012 but I long to rebuild it just like this so I am on the hunt for a Manitou Sherman Firefly once again...
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