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2016 NS Bikes Djambo 27.5"+ Hardtail shredder 25.9lbs. Low Budget Funhouse build 1

2016 NS Bikes Djambo 27.5"+ Hardtail shredder 25.9lbs. Low Budget Funhouse build
2016 NS Bikes Djambo 27.5"+ Hardtail shredder 25.9lbs. Low Budget Funhouse build 2016 NS Bikes Djambo 27.5"+ Hardtail shredder 25.9lbs. Low Budget Funhouse build 2016 NS Bikes Djambo 27.5"+ Hardtail shredder 25.9lbs. Low Budget Funhouse build 2016 NS Bikes Djambo 27.5"+ Hardtail shredder 25.9lbs. Low Budget Funhouse build Old setup Old setup Old setup Old setup Old setup Old setup
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Parts Brand Model Additional info
Frame NS Bikes Djambo 27.5"+ 142x12mm spacing (thank you for not using Boost) Medium came in at 4.7 lbs. without 12mm axle.
Fork Fox Racing Shox 2016 32 Float FIT 140mm Travel Standard 27.5 Fork No Ka$hima
Headset FSA C40
Handlebar NS Bikes Carbon
Stem Other On One 50mm
Grips Lizard Skins Peaty Grips Safety wired for MX badness
Brakes Formula 2013 RX 160mm Avid HS1 rotors
Brake Levers Formula 2013 RX
Shifters Shimano Zee 10-speed
Rear Derailleur Shimano XT 10-Speed
Cranks Truvativ Stylo GXP Going on 8 years of abuse
Chainrings / Sprocket Race Face 32T NW
Bottom Bracket Truvativ
Chain KMC X10SL
Cassette / Rear Cog Shimano XT 11-36T with E.Thirteen 42T expander cog
Front Rim Kore Realm P-35
Rear Rim Kore Realm P-35
Hubs Halo Components Spin Doctor 6D Rear DMR Revolver Front
Spokes Wheelsmith DB14
Front Tire Maxxis Rekon 2.8
Rear Tire Maxxis Rekon 2.8
Saddle fi'zi:k Antares Carbon
Seatpost Gravity Dropper Turbo LP F()*k yeah bombproof never fails
Seatpost Clamp Other Santa Cruz
General Info
Model Year 2016
Riding Type Trail / All-Mountain
Weight 25 lb 14 oz (11737 g)
Additional Info I started on hardtails in '92 then moved to full-sus with a Heckler in '96 and never looked back until 2012 when I had an itch for another hardtail cause they look sexy. Riding one must be a blast just like the old days right? That fun wore off at the 7-mile mark. Repetitive flats because I don't want to ride any slower than I do on full-sus got old too. Enter this thing: So damn fun. Period. This doesn't suffer the same death-bounce that happens on a fatbike when you get off line and play Plinko until you hit something hard. It just wants to sprint everywhere and boost every little object. Went with 35mm inner-width rims so I could go with standard 27.5" tires if I wish. Tire profile is perfect, really don't need or want wider even for Plus tires. Fork is a regular 2014 Fox 32 27.5 fork and has plenty of clearance. The tires have the little rubber nubs on there so the pic appears to have less clearance than there actually is. No rubbing even with hard corners and tons of grip. Weight without pedals!
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