Yeti Homegrown Models

1999 Homegrown Factory

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1999 Homegrown Factory Team

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1998 Homegrown Factory XT

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1998 Homegrown Factory XTR

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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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1997 Homegrown Factory Hardtail XTR

The 1997 Homegrown Factory XTR is the first Homegrown actually made by Yeti, and was the top-of-the-line hardtail. The 7005 series frame can be distinguished from the 6061 Anodizing, Inc. frames by the lack of a gusset where the down tube joins the head tube as well as the forged chainstay yoke with rounded edges, while Anodizing, Inc. frames have an extruded yoke with square edges. Another unique aspect of this model is that the frame was offered with three different paint jobs, at three different prices.

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1996 Homegrown Factory USA

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1996 Homegrown Factory XT

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