Shimano Or Sram

Discussion in 'Mountain Bikes' started by TIGER TRAX, Apr 26, 2006.

  1. TIGER TRAX

    TIGER TRAX New Member

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    I KNOW THAT EVERYONE HAS THERE FAVORITES AND LIKE TO STICK WITH ONE THING BUT CAN SOMEONE PLS ADVISE ME WICH IS THE BETTER OPTION TO GO FOR
    SHIMANO DEORE LX GEAR OR SRAM GEAR. AS I AM NOT TO SURE WHAT IS BETTER AS I THINK THIS MIGHT BE THE DESCIDING FACTOR IN A NEW BIKE

    AND ALSO IS THE JUDY J2 OR THE JUDY J3 MODEL FORK GONNA BE ABLE TO SURVIVE SOME SEMMY RUGGED BUSH WORK
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  2. triguy98

    triguy98 New Member

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    SRAM all the way. I have both. Hate Shimano offroad. Sram kicks its ass.

    Dunno nuttin about those forks.
     
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    TIGER TRAX New Member

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    Thats good coz that rienforces what u said earlier when i asked what i should get giant alias or gt avalanche

    as the giant comes with sram and gt comes with shimano. so at the moment im looking at the giant coz i think it is also a lighter bike with the fluid formed frame
    and its sexy matt black

    cheers bloke
    p.s where are u from ?
     
  4. Blackgold

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    I'd go for SRAM....all the way.....that includes Avid & truvativ
     
  5. triguy98

    triguy98 New Member

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    Florida. Stop laughing. We've got some GOOD rides. A dude from CA fell of a 20 foot drop last year on one of our trails.

    I'm serious, stop laughing.
     
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