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    Proceed to the next step! ;)

    Well, here is my new rig.

    It's a german brand. The frames are welded in the US though.

    177mm in the rear and 150mm in the front..


    regards,

    Leon
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    Black and red look hawt on that bike. Is that an adjustable stem?
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    Hey thanks. Yeah it's ajustable.

    Here is my list:

    Frame: Proceed FST Light 110 - 150 - 177mm
    Shock: Manitou 4-Way Swinger Air
    Fork: Marzocchi AM 1
    Shifter and Derail.: XO and X-Gen
    Cranks: XT (soon to be replaced by Midlleburn RS-7)
    Pedals: CrankBros Eggbeater
    Headset: CK
    Stem: Syntace VRO 55-110mm - it's very strong
    Handlebar: Syntace Vector Lowrider VRO
    Saddle: I-Fly C (soon to be replaced, it's light but not good for my arse)
    Post: I-Fly (soon to be replaced my Thomson Masterpiece)
    Brakes: Hope Mono 4/ Mono Mini
    Hubs: DT Swiss Huigi 240
    Spokes: DT Supercomp
    Rims: ZTR 545 Notubes
    Tires: Schwalbe Big Bettys

    I think that's the most important stuff!

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    Looks sweet!!! Ya that seat doesn't look user friendly.

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    Nice!

    Quote Originally Posted by dogonfr
    Looks sweet!!! Ya that seat doesn't look user friendly.

    I've never heard of it, but I really dig the look of that bike!

    Yeah that seat looks like something the ancient Egyptions used to use to...Bla Bla Bla!

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    @dogonfr: Thank you!

    @blackagness: It's a small company, they did really well in the mountainbike magazine tests etc. If you're interested www.proceedcycles.com

    The Frame is sort of heavy though. It's really strong. Weights about 8,5lbs with the shock.

    The complete bike is around 32 - 33lbs.

    I can still get it around 0,7lbs lighter though.

    regards,

    Leon

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