help identifying this frame

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YourConfused
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by YourConfused

I don't know what it is so I can't find what it weighs. Seller said it is light, but that can mean a 5lb or 9lb frame frame, depending on what you call light.

Thanks in advance.
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LeDuke
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by LeDuke

It’s a 10+ year old downhill frame.

No, it isn’t light.


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YourConfused
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by YourConfused

LeDuke wrote:
Sun Sep 23, 2018 3:20 am
It’s a 10+ year old downhill frame.

No, it isn’t light.


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But look at that head tube, it is machined hollow for weight savings! lol jk

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motorapido
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by motorapido

I think the sticker on the chainstay describes it pretty well. goes like one, possibly handles like one, and probably weighs the same as one.

Engraving on the bridge in front of the shock looks a bit like the DaBomb iron cross logo.

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by Klaster_1

motorapido wrote:
Tue Sep 25, 2018 6:32 pm
Engraving on the bridge in front of the shock looks a bit like the DaBomb iron cross logo.
Good catch, it's a Da Bomb Mindbomb.
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YourConfused
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by YourConfused

Thanks for the info. I thought it was a Diamondback, even emailed them and they spent a week trying to figure out what it was after telling me that it wasn't one of theirs. I was amazed at their customer service to say the least!

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