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    MK II Nomad converted

    the back wheel pretty close, so I think it only work on dry condition!
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    That looks awesome!

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    Ride it yet?

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    Not yet in the trial, maybe this sunday,
    B4 im a bit worry about the super high BB (14.5"), but after a rode, all my worry just gone, it feel great!

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    that back tire is pretty tight, hope you dont ride in the mud.

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    I tried some 2.35 Nevegals in there, unfortunately they wouldn't even rotate....

    Yours look extemely close, it might be a good idea to put some sort of 3M tape or velcro on that stay to limit the stratching from stones etc that will get caught in the tread.

    You could lower your BB a little with some Burgtec offset shock bushing...will slacken the H/A too of course.

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    Thx for the advise!

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    op, im wondering why you went with a ro ro up front? wouldnt a beefier tire be more fitting of a nomad with a totem?

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    Yes, should be using hans dampf more appropriate for the totem, btw i also got another 09 revelution 110-140 fork too, will give it a try later

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    Here's some pics of yesterday rode with revelation forkMK II Nomad converted-imageuploadedbytapatalk1354492253.919081.jpgMK II Nomad converted-imageuploadedbytapatalk1354492296.756950.jpg

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    What's the new Ro Ro 650b like. How's it compare in size compared to the neo [2.1 is it?] you have out back.

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    Its been raining day yesterday, so the ro ro really surprise me, fast and grip enough, but the neo 2.3 on the rear, really suck on wet condition

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    Yes, should be using hans dampf more appropriate for the totem,

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