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A List of Full Suspension bikes that a Shark Pack will fit on the downtube ( PICTORIAL)

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    2007 Trek Fuel EX9

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      Hello I have never built a conversion before. I want to convert a 2010 Trek ex9 and would like to chat with with skymon about some technical issue I don't understand. Tim


      • Rodney64
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        Tim, Perhaps send him a private message.

      • skymon
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        Hey Tim. Saw your post. Ask away!
        (I looked it up and there are some differences between the 2007 and the 2010 but I'll help where I can.

      2003 Trek Fuel 90, plenty of room inside the triangle for a good sized pack, in this case a 52v 13.5ah one. It had a 73mm BB but the 68mm BBSHD kit fit nicely with one thin spacer and 42T Bling Ring, just cleared the chainstay right where I wanted it, the chainline is good on the 4th cog of the 9 speed. Frame is a 17" size and as you can see the frame has more than enough room for a Hailong (Shark) pack. Bike is a blast to ride both on the street and off road road too.
      Last edited by Zippy; 07-16-2017, 08:17 AM.


        2007 trek fuel ex9


          05 Giant Trance 3 large with the big shark Click image for larger version  Name:	P1000706.JPG Views:	1 Size:	431.0 KB ID:	46974

          Last edited by max_volt; 10-03-2017, 09:03 AM.


          • Zippy
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            Looks nice, good FS frames with a fairly large triangle are great to use, you can find them for a decent price and they are modern enough to ride really well, I love mine.

          • max_volt
            max_volt commented
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            Quite right and TY


          I've bought a Canyon Torque FRX Rockzone that i would like to convert. The bottom bracket is 65mm. Do anyone know if i can use spacers to make a BBSHD 68mm fit?



          Does this count?? :)

          2011 Specialized Epic Fsr Comp frame M

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            2009 Giant Anthem 3, Medium BBSHD, 52 Volt 13.5ah Shark Pack, 68mm BB so an exerlent bike it convert.

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            • Zippy
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              That looks like a great ride, I broke out my BBSHD equipped full suspension bike for a few days, suspension feels good after riding my hard tail bikes a lot, like riding on a cloud. You'll enjoy that one and it looks like you could get an even bigger battery in there if you wanted to someday.