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    WaltWorks3.0 - Krampus Style

    Ran fully rigid, suspended and now Krampus'dWaltWorks3.0 - Krampus Style-waltworks-3.0.jpgClick image for larger version. 

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    Waltworks

    Very cool........I enjoy riding my waltworks more than any of my bikes, one of those forks and tires would be a blast!
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    Dude is there any bandwagon you're not riding?

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    I still fail to see how mustaches, fixies, and PBR are ironic.

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    I like turtles

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    Nice! Looks like a sweet ride!
    Walt's my pick for my next bike. 29+ up front is a solid option with his forks, and 15mm through-axle to boot!

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    Great bike!


    Mind shooting some close-ups of the front hub area? I really want to see how Walt worked the dropouts...

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    Nice bike!...

    Reading the title I thought you managed to jam a 29+ in both ends. Still pretty Knardly though...
    Safe riding,

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    Quote Originally Posted by rob1035 View Post
    Great bike!


    Mind shooting some close-ups of the front hub area? I really want to see how Walt worked the dropouts...

    Yeah, I repeat this request.

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    Was that fork built specifically for the Knard?

    Doesn't look suspension corrected.

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    Looks sweet

    Walt does great work!

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