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    Lugged, S & S coupled 29er SS

    Whew, that is a long description. I found some information on a pretty bike at the Cars R Coffins site. No relation to CRC or Bob Brown, just another picture of a pretty bike.

    http://www.crccoffeebar.blogspot.com/

    Enjoy...

    Steve

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    that thing looks pretty sweet. id like to throw a leg over it for sure.

    the sliding drops look scary to me, but if he assures it, hey rock it.

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    That is a pretty nice bike and the color is pretty cool too. The sliding dropouts remind me of the T-Slot table clamping system used in machining. Looks like they should stand up.

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    That's quite a neat idea - I guess having the axle dropped below the existing track end won't have a huge effect on the geometry?

    If the mating surface is good between the track end and the sliding parts it should work fine - No different to having a standard bolt-on track hub in the track end.

    Oh - It's by Bob Brown. Should be fine - He knows his stuff. I sooo want one of his CNC "double plate" style 29er fork crowns. Is it wrong to plan an entire custom bike around a fork crown design?

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