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#1 2006-11-14 9:22pm

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2006 Identiti 666X 24/26

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2006 Identiti 666X 24/26

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The Identiti 666X is fast becoming one of the most trusted Jump frames in the jump market. This devilishly strong monster just asks to be whipped!

T.A.F. 4130 Cr-Mo tubing is manipulated and precision tig welded into one of the meanest, baddest, most evil hardtails in the World. T.A.F. 4130 is Identiti’s own brand tubing. Basically, T.A.F. Cr-Mo is selected for it’s ‘no-surprises’ properties when it comes to abuse...it’s Tough As...erm - very strong!

666X Inflexible flexibility:
By using the original Identiti Adjustable Dropout System, this Cr-Mo Devil can be run with derailleur gears, hub gears or Single Speed, with QR skewers or nutted axles, with Disc brakes or Vs, 24” or 26” wheels, in any combination. Replaceable, light weight, CNC alloy ADS dropouts are supplied as standard, further, Identiti have recently released S24 ADS dropouts, which are 24” specific super short dropouts… giving the 666X 15” chainstays...thus, making this Universal 26”/24” frame handle every bit as well as a short tail 24” specific frame – if that’s what you want, but without the limitation of being 24” only.

A BMX type BB shell gives a larger/stronger weld area and the option of running O/S BMX cranks, axles and bearings for jumping (or you can Convert back to European threaded type with extra adaptor cups). To keep things simple, we have specified a Straight forward, BMX style ‘no-flare’ ring re-enforced 1 1/8” headtube as we won’t be introducing Lycra shorts or Road Bike headsets quite yet!
http://www.identitibikes.com/identitibikes/Titles/price.jpg http://www.identitibikes.com/identitibikes/Titles/weight.jpg   RRP £250:00 3.49Kg (6lb,10oz) including DMR APS pivots   http://www.identitibikes.com/identitibikes/Titles/colours.jpg http://www.identitibikes.com/identitibikes/Titles/extras.jpg   Gloss Black or White S24 ADS adaptor plates (provides 24” specific wheelbase. 15 1/4” chainstays)   http://www.identitibikes.com/identitibikes/Titles/features.jpg   - T.A.F. 4130 Cr-Mo - Straight, pierced Toptube with super rigid flowed-in seat stays   - Variable direction ovalised downtube (for maximum headtube and BB strength) - XL taper box downtube gusset- Identiti A.D.S. dropouts system (for complete user flexibility) - DMR APS 24/26” Canti pivot mount system.    - BMX BB shell for use with large bearings & axles - Reinforced BMX style heavy duty CNC headtube    - Mud Max rear stays for big tyre clearance - Identiti T-4 seat post and QR clamp included

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#2 2006-11-14 9:49pm

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Re: 2006 Identiti 666X 24/26

uh, freeride/urban assault MTB?


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#3 2006-11-14 10:20pm

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Re: 2006 Identiti 666X 24/26

Yeah,
we need a new classification for this style of bikes..
an evoloutin from the bmx and mt bike eh?
looks like a fun ride fer sure.
changes to site scheduled around years end.


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