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    Thanks for the info everybody. I'm picking up a lux model next week! Can't wait to try it out.

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    Kindly asking if someone can provide approx. weight of Mundo Frameset?
    So, weight of frame + fork. And how does it compare to Big Dummy frameset weight

    Thanks in advance

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    I was going to put money down for a Yuba frame today... but I then heard it was Hi-Ten steel.

    My bikes stay undercover... but is it going to rust badly?

    I know the side loaders and the fork is chromoly and that doesn't rust much... but what about the Hi-Ten steel frame? Anyone had rust issues at all? Primarily say around the bottom bracket where water usually likes to hide on my bikes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by primooz View Post
    Kindly asking if someone can provide approx. weight of Mundo Frameset?
    So, weight of frame + fork. And how does it compare to Big Dummy frameset weight

    Thanks in advance
    It doesn't matter. I mean, I don't know, but also, it doesn't matter.
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    Nice Fat Mundo! I was thinking of doing something new to my V4 frame with my mid drive kit. Your Fat Mundo is cool!

    Quote Originally Posted by fox1965 View Post
    I finally completed my fat Yuba. I used an old Surly fork with Surly tire in the front and NuVinci360 hub and Remerx Jumbo rim and Surly Endomorph tire at the back. The rear cog is 22 teeth Surly with the original Yuba crank and 42 teeth in the front (I could go as low as 40 teeth). This allowed me to move the chain enough to the right that it does not rub the tire. I had to keep the derailleur to keep the chain properly adjusted. The ride is perfect, you sit higher and kids at the back are happier (more cushioning from 4 inches of a tire). Suddenly the curbs are no obstacle to this monster. Snow, mud, grass, rock gardens - no problem!
    Mid Drive is the future of e-cargo bikes.

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    Shopping

    I had big shopping weekend. The lady in the window didnt like my setup, but I just told her, "Its Fine!"


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