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  1. #26
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    its the one on top



    jabber frame
    black sheep ti fork
    hopes on arches (i9's ordered)
    white ind. cranks/32t chainring
    crossmark r/racing ralph f
    formula oro bianco brakes
    boone 17t cog
    thomson masterpiece seatpost
    wtb devo carbon seat
    truvativ carbon riser bar
    titec pluto carbon stem
    esi foam grips
    king headset
    xpedo ti/ti pedals
    fsa team issue chain
    phil wood ti bb

    last weighed 20.37 lbs with bottle cage
    hoping to be under 20 when the new wheels get here

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    Nice Jabber

    Shockstar I was at a Garage sale that had a bike just like the jabber on top. Super color. Almost bought it. But decide to go with a Bandersnatch.

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    someday that thing'll get dirty

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    I am Dreaming of it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by damian777
    PoorBehavior: Nice Jab! Are they On-One Fleegle bars?
    Thanks, and yeah they are fleagle's. I have some Mary's I am going to give a shot as well.
    Well, that is as soon as Uncle Sam lets me loose for a while.

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    7daysaweek, I'd like to see your build. I'm gonna build w/ either a WB or ODIS fork. Looks like you'll have a sweet bike on your hands!

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    Hey all, is any of you using a QR? If yes could you post pictures? Thanks

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    Did you get the frame/fork set? I was wondering if Vassago will allow me to combine with a different color fork. I want the white frame w/ black fork.

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    Jabber

    My bike will be finished up tomorrow and I'm going to FLY back home to try and pick it up before the shop closes tomorrow. If I'm successful pics will be up tomorrow, if not friday morning.

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    Anybody have good pics of an 18" Jabberwocky? I'd trying to picture myself on it for a possible SS project in the near future!

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    18" Jabberwocky (FINALLY FINISHED!!!

    18" Jabber, custom built DT Swiss wheelset, White Brothers Rock Solid Carbon fork, Monkeylite SL's, Stylo Crank, Thomson stem/post, BB7s.

    LOVE IT!!!
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    Nice build

    Here's mine 22lbs even


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    Sorry to hijack an old thread but just wanted to show my bike for the first time. Just a crappy cameraphone picture but hopefully that won't mind.

    http://www.pinkbike.com/photo/2218868/

    Most of the parts are taken from my old ride which was 2005 rig, ridden only from the last year. I've upgraded the cockpit with new shorter stem from kcnc and with monkeylite handlebar. My legs are relatively long so i had to get a 500mm post for me.

    I feel like that more or less every bike has too much standover for me or are just too low. Maybe next one will look a bit better and I get to shave off some grams from seatpost.

    With a little weightweenie in me I really can't weight it or else I would get the obsession to get it under 10kg mark. It's pretty much stock Rig2005 so its not that light or bling, just the best bike i've owned so far.

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    Here's my Jabberwocky

    Here is a bad angle pic of my Jabber. I put the Vassago fork back on it the other day and I must say it is a really nice steel, especially for the money. I will try to post a pic of the current build later today.

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    ... and if we just ... As promised, my new 2008 Jabber 18"

    Some parts I kinda threw on there and will be upgraded soon. Im loving Vassago fork offset! Goodbye toe overlap!

    Specs:

    Avid BB7 w/ SD7 levers
    SRAM cable kit
    Vassago ODIS black
    Chris King black headset
    Thomson X4 stem 90mm
    Titec Enduro XC bars
    Oury lock on grips
    Thomson Elite 410mm post
    WTB Pure V saddle
    Salsa lip lock silver
    Race Face Evolve ISIS cranks soon to be Middleburn RS7
    Salsa 32T chainring soon to be Middleburn Uno
    Shimano PD520 soon to be Crank Brothers Candy SL
    SRAM PC870 8-sp chain
    Gusset 18T cog SS conversion kit soon to be CK stainless steel
    Alex TD17 front & ZTR Flow rear both w/ LX hubs soon to be Spinergy Xyclone white
    Chase titanium cage bolts
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    Mine looks like the negative of yours.
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    Here's my Jabberwocky

    Vassago 18in frame
    Vassago steel fork (previously had the first generation Black Ops carbon fork)
    paul hubs/alex rims
    old xt cranks and bb
    old xt brake levers
    avid bb7 brakes
    salsa cromo stem
    salsa shaft seatpost
    salsa low rise carbon bar
    old school san marco saddle
    geax saguaro tires
    ergon enduro grips

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    That's a fresh "Capt. Bob" photo!

    I see you must have taken this photo today.

    The butterfly gives it away!

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    that's right. good eye Ted.

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    Nice, it's the Bizarro Jabber even w/ white cable housing!

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    Looks like you are using ENO cranks, did you have problems with the torque on the driveside crank bolt? Im using 68x113 shimano un26 and the lockring rubs with the BB cup stalling the entire crank. Should I be using a longer spindle? WI suggested a 68x113.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtbnachos
    Looks like you are using ENO cranks, did you have problems with the torque on the driveside crank bolt? Im using 68x113 shimano un26 and the lockring rubs with the BB cup stalling the entire crank. Should I be using a longer spindle? WI suggested a 68x113.
    I have run a 113mm BB with my ENO's on a Jabberwocky and the cranks lock ring never came close to rubbing the fixed cup of my BB.
    Are you SURE your's is a 113mm???

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    Oh me oh my, I showed the bb to my LBS and the axle is offcentered! The spindle is recessed on the driveside by at least 5 mm. Can't believe i didnt notice. It's 113 mm but clearly more spindle is showing on the nondrive side. Defect! No more UN26's for me!

  24. #49
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    I love them all. Been working overtime/doubletime for months now. I look at your jabbers at break time. I can stand it no more. Must buy wocky soon

    Humm..pitchfork or carbon?

    Need medium in most any color by the way

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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Bob
    Vassago 18in frame
    Vassago steel fork (previously had the first generation Black Ops carbon fork)
    paul hubs/alex rims
    old xt cranks and bb
    old xt brake levers
    avid bb7 brakes
    salsa cromo stem
    salsa shaft seatpost
    salsa low rise carbon bar
    old school san marco saddle
    geax saguaro tires
    ergon enduro grips

    Captain Bob
    Cap. Bob - Could you tell a big difference between the carbon fork and the steel fork? Nice build, BTW.

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