Santa Cruz Tallboy 1 Carbon - Large











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Description:
Never thought the day would come, but I'm ready to sell my carbon Tallboy. I've become smitten with my Stache, and it hurts my feelings to have such a nice bike just sitting on the bike stand.

I'll also consider trade or partial trade on a 2016 or newer Trek Farley 19.5".

I'm the original owner, and I built it up and cared for it lovingly throughout the last few years. It's ready to roll; I had the Pike fully serviced earlier this summer by Squish Dynamics (former Rockshox tech that started his own company). He did the lower leg, damper, and air spring service on it; so it's ready to go for a while. I also did the air sleeve maintenance on the Fox CTD shock a couple months ago and the bike has been seldom ridden since then.

The pivot bearings and axles are all new this year as well. The lower link is also new as one of the zerk fittings stripped out of the old one and Santa Cruz sent me a replacement.

Build Spec:
Frame: Large 2013 Santa Cruz Tallboy Carbon
Shock: Fox Kashima CTD with RWC needle bearing kit for silky smooth small bump action
Fork: Rockshox Pike RCT3 120mm travel - super stiff and super smooth
Wheels: Nextie 35mm Carbon laced to DT 350 hubs. 15x100 front and 12x142 rear. Hand built by me.
Drivetrain: 11 speed Shimano XT M8000 shifter, rear mech, and cassette. X9 GXP 175mm crankset with 28 tooth Wolf Tooth oval ring. All the Shimano bits were new this year and lightly ridden
Brakes: Shimano XT M785 with RT86 rotors. 180F/160R
Saddle: Specialized Phenom
Seatpost: Easton EA70
Bar: Salsa bend 17 degree or Salsa 12 degree flat bar, your choice
Grips: Specialized BG contour XL
Tires: Nobby Nic front and Racing Ralph rear. Both were new this year and have lots of life left
No Pedals

Local pickup in Southeast Michigan.

Thanks for looking and let me know if you have any questions!
Frame Size: Large
Keywords: Santa Cruz Tallboy 1 Carbon - Large

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amadkins ( -1 )
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mkrawec
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Comment Date: Wed November 22, 2017
I think you should be advertising your bike as a Tallboy 2. The Tallboy 1 had 10x135mm rear spacing and was QR. At least that's what my Tallboy 1 has.
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amadkins
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Comment Date: Mon November 27, 2017
Thanks for the note. This was the last year of the Tallboy 1 and came with 12x142 rear thru axle. However, to your point, the difference between the TB1 and TB2 was pretty negligible. Santa Cruz claimed a little weight savings and increase stiffness, but who knows if that was a reality.
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mkrawec
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Comment Date: Sat December 2, 2017
I stand corrected. I didn't know there were two Tallboy 1's. Thanks
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