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Hello everyone. Been lurking on here since around November. Always liked the Titans and after much research decided to go with a Titan.

Sold my 2011 WRX and got a 2011 Titan crew cab SV about a month ago. I live in St Petersburg, Fl and went out to Dallas to pick it up. Everyone thought I was crazy but they love the truck so it all evens out I guess.

So Thanks to everyone on here for all the great info. I have a couple things planned so I look forward to posting and hearing what you all think.
 

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Yessir, one of my favorite things to do. And while all my friends are after the latest and greatest bikes I still love flying around on my old Gary Fisher hard tail.

And suprisingly Florida has some great singletrack. I'd recommend the sport to anyone, better than an amusement park
 

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I hear you, still love mine. Depending on the trail it's either my favorite bike or second favorite.

2000 Fisher Paragon


My other favorite is my single speed Bianchi SASS. For flat or rolling trails, something about the simplicity of a SS that is hard to beat.
 

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Nice bikes. I ride an 08 Mamba, couple of upgrades. A friend of mine rides ***, crazy fast even on the hard trails. I think I'd miss gears too much.

Love that bike stand too! I might have to copy that. Right now it just leans against the workbench or deep freeze.
 

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Nice bikes. I ride an 08 Mamba, couple of upgrades. A friend of mine rides ***, crazy fast even on the hard trails. I think I'd miss gears too much.

Love that bike stand too! I might have to copy that. Right now it just leans against the workbench or deep freeze.
I've got an actual Park bike stand, but a buddy who used to own a bike shop turned me onto the rope as that's how they did everything in their shop. It's just much more versatile and simple plus you don't have to worry about clamping the carbon fiber frame in the wrong place. I just took it a step further and used these. Rope Ratchet For All Your Tie-Down Needs Makes height adjustablity even faster and then when I'm not using them, I just hook them into my garage door railing so everything is up out of the way.

Yeah, my bike passion and addiction surpasses my truck passion and addiction. :big_grin:
 

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grats on the T... yall show me some pics of these bike hoist contraptions!? Id like to get the kiddos bikes outta the way!
 

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grats on the T... yall show me some pics of these bike hoist contraptions!? Id like to get the kiddos bikes outta the way!
I just hang most of mine from the ceiling. Sad part is I ran out of space so still have a few sitting around the garage.

 

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If you guys ever get the chance you should come and try the mountain biking out here in Utah. There is enough riding out here for a lifetime! I'm glad to see other titan owners that love riding as much as I do!
 

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Lol. My post was supposed to say my friend rides a SS and it turned it into a**

Dang Indy. You weren't kidding about having an addiction. I was actually referring to the little wooden stand. I dig it. I do have a homemade hoist system for the kayak, that thing takes up most of the ceiling real estate.

Hey kuyaspidey, I rode in Sedona once. The trails were epic but it was a little scary sharing trails with hikers while flying down a section. I was not in good shape either, I need another trip out west
 

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Don't worry man the "rice" scene has now moved to trucks. In case you were worried you wouldn't get to see any underglow, led swap, and max camber threads. lol


welcome to the forum.
 

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Lol. My post was supposed to say my friend rides a SS and it turned it into a**

Dang Indy. You weren't kidding about having an addiction. I was actually referring to the little wooden stand. I dig it. I do have a homemade hoist system for the kayak, that thing takes up most of the ceiling real estate.

Hey kuyaspidey, I rode in Sedona once. The trails were epic but it was a little scary sharing trails with hikers while flying down a section. I was not in good shape either, I need another trip out west
Oh that, I've trashed that one and have a metal one that hooks around the back tire now. I'll have to see if I can find a pic of it, but yeah, I think I finally got one that works really well and is really stable.
 
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