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    Got a suspension fork
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    NO SHOX stickers

    this is a cross post from the 29er forum.



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    New Smaller NO SHOX stickers.

    If interested, donations still go to the Phoenix Children's Hospital.

    2 pair of stickers is $5 delivered in the USA, $6 international.
    4 pair of stickers is $8 delivered in the USA, $9 international.

    Payments via PayPal, Personal Payment to: randyharris@gmail.com

    Thanks.

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    ONE SHOX, ONE GEAR, LOTS of FUN! www.TrailFu.com My Rides

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    I'll take 2 pair of the small ones..

    I'll fire off the paypal shortly
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    shouldn't a no shox sticker have a rainbow somewhere in its design?
    Tequila tonight...for tomorrow we ride

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    You mean they're only suitable for golfers? crap, I'm gonna have to cancel my order!
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    My other ride is your mom
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    will these fit on the stanchions of my Fox Float-R 140? I'm concerned that they wont look right under the PUSH stickers I already have on my Mach 5........please respond soonest since I'm ready to respond with the full weight of my buying power, even though I don't get it!

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    Wow only a few posts and all the idiots are already out in full force. Least it went 180 odd posts on the 29er forum without any neg comments.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BritMtnBiker
    Wow only a few posts and all the idiots are already out in full force. Least it went 180 odd posts on the 29er forum without any neg comments.

    this aint no 29er forum, bruh.

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    My other ride is your mom
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    It's a thick, murky, swampy sense of humor we have here in the dry, dusty, arid desert these days......it makes us feel more at home...similar to those that long for the Sheffield of the early 80's....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maadjurguer
    It's a thick, murky, swampy sense of humor we have here in the dry, dusty, arid desert these days......it makes us feel more at home...similar to those that long for the Sheffield of the early 80's....
    Actually was a little more south...Watford and parts of London where my parents grew up. Sorry must have been the early beers that got the agro in me going. Probably reacting to the rainbow comment rather than yours.

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    My other ride is your mom
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    no worries....I almost proposed to my wife at a David Gray concert in Sheffield....but held off and ended up doing it at sundown at Yaki Point on new years eve....then drove south and watched the pinecone drop in Flag........somehow...that trumped all.....

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    Eroding into the trail
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    Quote Originally Posted by happy_ending
    this aint no 29er forum, bruh.

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    payment sent

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    Testimonial: I like them. For a worthy charity as well.
    From 021911_24 HiTOP

    Rockin'm at 24HOP.
    Today's the day I eat bikes.

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    Another happy customer

    You gotta look hard to see them, but they are there...And I dig 'em...(dang POS phone cam)

    Check my pulse...

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    Quote Originally Posted by 5bravobravo
    You gotta look hard to see them, but they are there...And I dig 'em...(dang POS phone cam)
    Did you pull that frame off the wall of Slippery Pig awhile back? I was mesmerized to the paint on that frame, like a trout.

    What carbon fork is that?

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    I found the frame on Craigslist...go figure

    It works really good, I am pretty pleased with the way it performs all in all

    The fork is OnOne

    http://www.on-one.co.uk/i/q/FOOOCAR/on-one-carbon-fork

    I'm digging this bike.
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    This thread was my 300th subscription..true story.

    Anyways with something relevant..I'll be getting some of these for my rigid singlespeed soon
    Mountain bikers who don't road ride have no legs...
    Road riders who don't mountain bike have no soul...

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    got mine. they look bomb-tastic!!!

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