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    Big wheeled Mojo ATX29's Avatar
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    2016 Trek Stache 7

    2016 Trek Stache 7, lots of upgrades
    Stock bike here
    2016 Stache 7 - Bike Archive - Trek Bicycle

    upgrades include:
    Bontrager Pro carbon bar 750mm
    Bontrager Pro stem 70mm
    Specialized Command post dropper 100mm
    Bontrager Evoke Ti saddle
    Sram Guide RSC ultimate brakes
    Sram XO1 cassette
    Upgraded the fork from the Manitou Magnum Comp to the Magnum Pro internals

    $1450 ATX pick up.
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    What size frame is this?

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    17.5/medium
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    I've got the Stach 9 version of this bike (same size) and I absolutely love it. Its consistently exceeded expectations. I also believe the Stache+ 1.0 aluminum models are holding their value really well. GLWS

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    Bike is sold
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    How much of a difference did adding the upgraded internals to the fork make? I've got the same bike and the only big gripe I've got with it (besides the shit brakes that came on it) is the front fork...that thing is a POS on anything gnarly at speed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by skoofer View Post
    How much of a difference did adding the upgraded internals to the fork make? I've got the same bike and the only big gripe I've got with it (besides the shit brakes that came on it) is the front fork...that thing is a POS on anything gnarly at speed.
    Interesting you say that. I think the fork is pretty great (and I have the cheap machete fork). That being said, my pickyness for a nice fork is pretty low. I freaking love the Stache. It's the most fun I've had on a bike in a long time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sherpaxc View Post
    I freaking love the Stache. It's the most fun I've had on a bike in a long time.
    Couldn't agree more! It took me a bit to adjust but once I got comfortable on it my other bike just wasn't very fun anymore...ended up selling it. I've got the fork to a more tolerable place by adding a lot more air & keeping it half way locked out most of the time.
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