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    Soulcraft Plowboy converted, V-brakes

    barely had enough clearance with the pauls motolite v-brakes.

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    Nice!

    Tires used? Can't quite tell from pic angle.
    Wait,who did he tell you that?....

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    He is using Racing Ralphs. You can see the sticker on the sidewall.

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    Soulcraft Plowboy converted, V-brakes

    weird- tapatalk shows all three pics but with chrome I only see the last. here's the first again:Soulcraft Plowboy converted, V-brakes-imageuploadedbytapatalk1370657835.614246.jpg

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    Soulcraft Plowboy converted, V-brakes

    and second:
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    Looks good....but I cant help but think you are one lump of dog poop away from an unexpected brake lockup with such tight clearance between the tires and brakes....cantis with a nice wide stance are always an option to give yourself a little more room.

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    Soulcraft Plowboy converted, V-brakes

    Quote Originally Posted by apat13 View Post
    Looks good....but I cant help but think you are one lump of dog poop away from an unexpected brake lockup with such tight clearance between the tires and brakes....cantis with a nice wide stance are always an option to give yourself a little more room.
    yeah- it is a little closer than I'd like. I may end up going with your suggestion before it's all over. what's funny is I was mostly worried about whether or not the pads had enough vertical adjustability and it didn't even cross my mind about the noodle holder and the top of the tire.

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