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    Quote Originally Posted by dean webster View Post
    This sounds like Mongo's bike. Set up for 400lbs, easy

    Gravity is a b%^ch...

    You need some weight behind you to kick off that bad mofo. John should look to gaining weight, not getting smaller springs.


    LOL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott Martin View Post
    Haha, I'm an idiot - I'm actually the one that hauled the bike back from Cedar Park to Katy and delivered it to John on Mongo's behalf. Didn't realize that was the bike we were talking about here.
    I believe you hauled the old set of wheels (thank you again). John came and got the bike last week.

    Now to just move the NOX...

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    I have some things I need to take care of first before I start spending money on the bike so was hopeing I could get it close and take it out and test it at the local kart track for the monday night minis. I dont know if the bike would be unrideable at the current setup. Hope to also take it to some jumps and the dirt track.

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    Bike will be great as is on wet pavement at your weight.Ask Mongo how it worked out for him at his WEIGHT.

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    Thread highjack....NO WAY Shed's only 265#

    "Hey!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Derek Thomas View Post
    Thread highjack....NO WAY Shed's only 265#

    "Hey!"
    Well, in the morning, after my coffee...

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    A bike already set up for me? That doesn't happen very often.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean Brown View Post
    A bike already set up for me? That doesn't happen very often.
    It isn't in pieces in a box, so not really set up for you...

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