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2000 Homegrown

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1999 Homegrown Factory

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1998 Homegrown Straight 6

The Homegrown Straight 6 took Lawwill's proven design and applied it to a Homegrown, in the form of Vertical Stroke™ dropouts and a Rock Shox Coupe Deluxe pull shock. The Homegrown Straight 6 and the 1999 Homegrown Straight 8 are unique in that they are the only full-suspension Homegrowns actually produced by Yeti (7005 main triangle only). These frames were only available in 15 inch, 17 inch, and 19 inch sizes. The geometry of these frames featured significantly slacker head tubes than all other Homegrowns, in order to accommodate the long-travel fork.

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1998 Homegrown LXT

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1998 Homegrown Factory XTR

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1998 Homegrown All Mountain LXT

For 1998, Schwinn added the "All Mountain" series to the line of Homegrown full suspension bikes featuring John Castellano's Sweet Spot® URT design. The Homegrown All Mountain frames were made in Taiwan by Top Key and fitted with a Rock Shox Coupe Deluxe coil-over rear shock, providing the same 3.75 inches of travel as the Homegrown Factory Suspension frames.

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1997 Homegrown Hardtail XT

The 1997 Homegrown Hardtail XT shared its frame with the Homegrown Hardtail ESP and LXT, meaning it was constructed of 6061 aluminum by Anodizing, Inc., In Portland and featured an extruded chainstay yoke and gusset on the underside of the down tube at the junction with the head tube. Also, like the Homegrown Hardtail ESP and LXT, the frame was available either buffed or in "Killer Tomato Red."

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1997 Homegrown Hardtail LXT

The 1997 Homegrown Hardtail LXT featured the same frame as the Homegrown Hardtail ESP and XT, meaning it was constructed of 6061 aluminum by Anodizing, Inc., in Portland and featured an extruded chainstay yoke and gusset on the underside of the down tube where it joined the head tube. Like the Homegrown Hardtail ESP and XT, the frame was available either buffed or in "Killer Tomato Red."

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1997 Homegrown Hardtail ESP

The 1997 Homegrown Hardtail ESP introduced SRAM components to the Homegrown line for the first time, with Grip Shift shifters, ESP 9.0 rear derailleur, and SRAM 9.0 brake levers actuating Deore XT v-brakes. The cassette and front derailleur were Deore XT and the Rock Shox Judy SL on the Factory XTR hardtail was replaced by a Judy XC, also with 63mm travel.

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