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    I, too, just bought an Ellsworth

    It's a 2003 Isis with a Romic DD shock, Fox Talas RCC fork, thompson seat post, WTB seat, Avid BB7 Mech Disk, X9 Rear derail, SRAM cassette

    I need a shorter stem that connects the bars to the steering stem though as well as some new peddles and maybe a chain. got it for 725

    I'll try to get some pics up

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    You know...sometimes I miss my Isis.

    There's some nice ones here:

    Isis Setup (Data Base)

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    How do I find the correct chain length?

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    Congrats

    And welcome to the Ellsworth Club. There is a 2001 Isis in my stable. Chains come as a standard number of links, and are cut to length with a tool called a chain braker, that is available for a couple of bucks at Walmart. Just cut your new chain to the same number of links as the old one and you should be good to go . Post a PIC of the new ride. Jim

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    Im sure you'll enjoy your Ells just like we all do.

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