Fisher Zambranos

Discussion in 'Mountain Biking' started by xjken99, Jul 31, 2009.

  1. xjken99

    xjken99 New Member

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    The wife and I picked up our his and hers Fisher Zambranos today, which according the other post here make us the only two Fisher owners here.

    HELLOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!
     
  2. flatlandRider

    flatlandRider New Member

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    not true

    Own 3 GF's in the stable.
    :)

    Josuha, Cake Deluxe, Tassajara
     

  3. elementfiftyfour

    elementfiftyfour New Member

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    I have an Advance that I am currently rebuilding.

    I'll post pix when i finish it.
     
  4. Sizzors

    Sizzors New Member

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    I'm new to this forum so Hi everyone.

    I have a Gary Fisher hard tail mountain bike series 6066 with 29" rims.
    Shocks are Fox F29
    I Like this bike alot. The only thing that I have had trouble with is the Bontrager rims. The spec on them is tight when trying to put a thinner tire
    if you ride it on the road. I went to a wider tire and now have no trouble.
    I purchased the bike for riding on dirt trails but I liked it so much on pavement
    thats where I ride it most of the time. Cost of the bike was 1,300 dollars but its worth every penney to me.
    I also purchased two other bikes, one road bike and one really good mountain bike just for the hard riding dirt trails. Mongoose teocali comp and a
    Bianchi raceing bike. The Mongoose kicks butt on dirt and the Bianchi is smooth and fast on pavement. So I have several bikes that give me good workouts and change my routine to avoid getting bored. I'm from AZ.
    so I ride all year long.
     
  5. ruggedscotsman

    ruggedscotsman hardtail hardass

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    I have a 2006 GF GED that I love. I've upgraded the tires, pedals, bb, grips, chain, and axles. Everything else is stock. Its heavy, but bomber.
     
  6. xjken99

    xjken99 New Member

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    Here are a couple pics of ours.
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