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#1 2014-07-15 6:40pm

jbridgemiii
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2007 FMF Pro Carbon XXL

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2007 FMF Pro Carbon XXL

ProXXL with <i>FIVE</i> pieces of Carbon.
Bought this as a little restoration project. One day I will get to it...

The Pride of my FMF collection. A little rough around the edges.. I picked this up as-is with intentions to restore it. I have tons of FMF stuff, so I figured I can swap out rusty bolts etc.
I live in Hawaii so I had the bike shipped to my Mom's house, where it is sitting in a shed in Louisiana... I can't wait to get back and ride/restore this amazing bike.
I was told by the seller that this is the only Pro XXL bicycle that he has ever seen “that is under 15lbs”, and if it is, it would be the lightest Pro XXL I have ever seen as well.

Weight: "Less-than-15lbs" (with eggbeater pedals)
Frame: FMF Carbon Pro XXL
Forks: SINZ Pro Lite Carbon (previous owner snapped the original carbon forks)
Cranks: FMF Pro-Stroke Carbon, 175mm
Pedals: Stock FMF (pictured)
Bars: FMF carbon-wrapped aluminum
Saddle: FMF hollow Titanium rails
Seatpost: FMF carbon
Brakes: Shimano DX V-brake and FMF lever
Hubs: FMF aluminum hubs - Ti Spokes / Alloy Nipples
Rims: FMF Powermoto (FMF Carbon Front rim coming soon)
Chainring: FMF Stock original
Stem: FSA 53mm
Chain: Full link, hollow pin, 3/32"
Rubber: Maxxis tires w/ extra light tubes


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NEEDS!!: 24"  Answer Sickle Cruiser Forks (All Aluminum)

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#2 2014-07-15 7:11pm

Staats
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Re: 2007 FMF Pro Carbon XXL

Sharp.

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#3 2014-07-15 7:14pm

Legendofjd3
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Re: 2007 FMF Pro Carbon XXL

Light!! yikes


Titanium

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#4 2014-07-16 3:47am

jbridgemiii
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Re: 2007 FMF Pro Carbon XXL

I'll let you guys know the official weigh-in when I finally get home... I'm still a little skeptical until I see it first hand. 15lbs is really, really light for a proXXL

Last edited by jbridgemiii (2014-07-24 3:49pm)


NEEDS!!: 24"  Answer Sickle Cruiser Forks (All Aluminum)

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#5 2014-07-16 4:11am

JC82
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From: Chi-land, IL
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Re: 2007 FMF Pro Carbon XXL

A couple years ago a bike that was ridin by a factory fmf pro was on eBay. Looked just like yours except it was yellow and had the carbon stem, aluminum pro bars, and titanium fork. I think that it was something like a claimed 17.5 lbs. wish I could have won that auction.


Wanted: Brand X, green hawk frame, Cbl, Quicksilver, Jalapeno

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#6 2014-07-19 4:35am

jbridgemiii
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Re: 2007 FMF Pro Carbon XXL

I think the Ti Forks were the ones that came stock on this bike that the original owner told me he broke on the track. They would have been really nice to have, I don't think I have even seen them before. The yellow version of this bike is the "2-tube carbon" and the red one is the "5-tube carbon"... I have no idea how much lighter they really are though.
This bike definitely needs a little love, but It will get the full-on top to bottom, cleaning and tuning as next time I get to visit home.
Thanks for the comments!


NEEDS!!: 24"  Answer Sickle Cruiser Forks (All Aluminum)

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#7 2015-02-18 10:18am

rydah
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Re: 2007 FMF Pro Carbon XXL

very nice looking bike, but the bars look really small, esp this being a pro sized bike. are they cruiser bars.

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