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Item: 2012 9:ZERO:7 Fatbike (Large)
Price: $2700 as pictured. $2900 with Maverick SC32 suspension fork and custom front wheel.
Postage Available: Will freight on Australian mainland - Greyhound Freight would be good
Contact: PM me or txt/call 0410070329
I am only selling this bike because I have gone totally "Fat" and imported a European built Ti fatbike (Sandman Hoggar Ti) ... can't justify owning 2 of them. This is a very versatile bike... run it as a trail bike (even add a suspension fork), snow or sand bike (Capable of running up to 4.8* tyres).
I personally imported all of the components to build this bike... saving you the hassle of import duties, GST and freight. For the same money I'm asking, you would get a base line Surly Pugsley in Australia, with no where near the high end running gear on this one and around 4 kg heavier. As a trail bike... this thing rips. Stand out from the crowd!
FRAME: 9:ZERO:7 Polished Aluminium 170mm Centred Rear
Named after the area code of Alaska, the 9:ZERO:7 170mm 1-1/8" head-tube frame is crafted out of 6061 aluminum and offers a host of features to optimize your fat tire experience. Starting with an elongated head-tube and longer chain-stays, the 9:ZERO:7 features six rack mounts, three water bottle mounts, fender mounts, and full cable housing.
A non-offset, 170mm centered frame features more tire clearance than the 9:ZERO:7 135mm offset frame. The symmetrical rear wheel design also stronger than an offset rear. The 170 makes building up a pair of summer wheels super easy.
FORK: Carver Bikes O’Beast Full Carbon Fork
CLUSTER: Sram PG990
CRANK: The Hive E13 Fatbike Crank 3X
RD: Sram X0
FD: Shimano XT
SHIFTERS: Sram X0
CABLING: Sram inners with full length Goodridge cable outers (Clear Carbon Look)
BRAKES: Shimano XT M785 Disc Brakes (Rear 160mm, Front 180mm)
RIMS: Surly Large Marge Lite
HUBS: Front- Hope Pro 2 Evo Fatsno 135mm (red)
Rear- Hope Pro 2 Evo Fatsno 170mm (red)
SPOKES: DT Swiss
TYRES: Surly Larry 3.8”
HEADSET: Hope 1 1/8 Ahead black
STEM: Hope 90mm
BARS: Raceface Atlas 725mm
GRIPS: Ergon GX1
SEATPOST: Thomson Elite 30.9mm
SEAT: Fizik Gobi
Other pictures available on my blog: http://fatmuz.com
In this setup she weighs in around 13 1/2 kg which is quite light for a fatbike. I have had it setup tubeless using Husker Du 3.8" 120TPI tyres in the past and with a few lighter components and she drops into the 12 1/2 kg range which is incredibly light for a fatbike. If you wanted to lighten it even more, I'd suggest a 1X9 or 1X10 drivetrain.
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