post a pic of your 650b

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Re: post a pic of your 650b

Postby Tomcat65 » Fri Dec 23, 2016 4:04 pm

Biggin76's bike, and his Camelback
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Re: post a pic of your 650b

Postby Biggin76 » Fri Dec 23, 2016 5:47 pm

Thank you once again tomcat...one day ill get it
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Re: post a pic of your 650b

Postby Thalaron86 » Sat Feb 25, 2017 4:44 pm

Here's an update to my 2015 DiamondBack Atroz Comp :D.

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Upgrades thus far.
Easton Heist 30 650B rims
Sram GX 1150 11 Speed Cassette
Sram GX 11 Speed Shifter
Sram GX 11 Speed Derailleur
Sram 11 Speed PC-X1 Chain
New Generic 180mm Rotors *Amazon lol*
Titanium rotor bolts
Custom Lizard Skins Northshore Grips
Conti 2.4" Trail King front
Conti 2.2" X-King rear
Zafel No-Mud fenders

*Future upgrades*
RaceFace Crank arm boots
Canfield Brothers Crampon Pedals

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Re: post a pic of your 650b

Postby redraider » Tue Feb 28, 2017 6:26 am

Great job. How do u like the trail kings? What are ur trails like? Lots of rocks and sand in arizona.
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Re: post a pic of your 650b

Postby Tomcat65 » Tue Feb 28, 2017 9:19 am

That's the best looking set of fenders I've ever seen on an MTB
Nice bike, those fenders don't take away from the looks like some others
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Re: post a pic of your 650b

Postby Thalaron86 » Tue Feb 28, 2017 11:23 am

redraider wrote:Great job. How do u like the trail kings? What are ur trails like? Lots of rocks and sand in arizona.


The Trail Kings grab Everything I've been on, I live in Southern Oregon so we have a bit of everything here :D, but where I mostly ride it's anything from loose sandy to wet and roots and lots of rocks. I use to also have a 2.4" Trail King in the rear, but opted for the X-King 2.2', much lighter, rolls faster but maintains great grip, no issues with this setup so far, just wished I had more travel lol. Picking up a Commencal Meta SX come June lolz, looking forward to that 170mm front and 160mm rear travel :D.


Tomcat65 wrote:That's the best looking set of fenders I've ever seen on an MTB
Nice bike, those fenders don't take away from the looks like some others


Thanks! had to order them from London LOL took about a month to get here and a week in customs :O lol. Pretty much done with the bike other then new pedals and crank arm boots, other then that I see nothing else that needs a change, well maybe a tappered headtube and a 130-140mm fork but I can't do anything about that lolz :D.
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Re: post a pic of your 650b

Postby metalman302 » Mon Mar 20, 2017 12:46 am

Here's mine at the lake
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Re: post a pic of your 650b

Postby bikesRfun » Mon Mar 20, 2017 7:51 am

Nice looking Huffy. Is the color yellow or gold?
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Re: post a pic of your 650b

Postby dddd » Mon Mar 20, 2017 7:02 pm

The color is a type of green called "acid green" back in the 90's. Has a yellow/gold tinge to it I would say.

The photo shows it to look a little less green than it is I would say (as another Huffy TR745 owner).

Here's mine maybe a day after the day it came out of the box, no sun-fade just a different camera:

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Re: post a pic of your 650b

Postby bikesRfun » Wed Mar 22, 2017 12:46 am

Looks nice.
What is the weight before any mods?
What does it cost before any mods?
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