Craft DHR Team Issue Frameset

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Craftworks DHR Team Issue

USER REVIEWS

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[Jun 25, 2001]
chris
Weekend Warrior

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Strength:

weight, solid, tough
VERY SMOOTH

Weakness:

none

an MX bike with no engine, heavy enough to not break, light enough to do jumps with, get this frame its the boss

Similar Products Used:

M1 a homemade dh bike, plus others i tried out

[Mar 24, 2003]
Evan

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Strength:

Awesome. This frame is one of the strongest you can buy, its gusseted all over, has FAT tubing, strong bearings in all the pivot points, basically it kicks ass!

Weakness:

The only weakness i have found is the weight but thats just the way i have it set up.

I bought the 1999 model frame for about $400usd and built it up over time using parts i already had and some new ones.
After 2 years, and two really bad rear shocks that shall remain nameless) i have just got a DNM ST10rc and it is kicking ass.
Anyone looking for a DH bike should get one of these, the value for money is HUGE, and the ride quality is even bigger.

BUY ONE!

[Nov 08, 1999]
Stue
Downhiller

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
Strength:

Plush as all sh*t, gusseted throughout, Stiff, sick graphics, ajustable travel (6-8), 3 tyre clearance, shock options, burly disc mount, cartridge bearing pivots, even welding

Weakness:

Pov seatpost supplied, but hey who cares! Hefty frame weight 9.9lbs!

This bike is flamin' sick!, It bombs over anything, Though it might only be available in AUS. but it is easily to the suspension standard of the big M1 and costs bugger all! If you can get one, go right for it!! It rules!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Similar Products Used:

FSR DH, Merida Team DH, Cannondale Super v DH, M1, Kona Stab, stab dee-lux etc...

[Jun 24, 2002]
Eigil Bisgaard
Downhiller

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
5
Strength:

It was WAAAAY cheap, or so I was told.

Weakness:

None that I found, but I don't own it.

It had a nice hint of over-steer, but not the extreme over-steer that robs speed and time, it was very linear travel that seemed to be sprung right stock.

Similar Products Used:

You name it.

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