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    2014 Surly Pugsley & Moonlander colors

    Looks like they are in early this year. The OD Green Pugs is HAWT!! Xmas In July
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    Thanks for the info!

    Umm... I really like the Champagne!

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    Quote Originally Posted by FlowinFlo View Post
    Umm... I really like the Champagne!
    yessir! and that purdy bloo one is hawt as well.

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    Sweet. I can at least get a black frame to replace my cracked Necro- I was thinking the black frames were gone forever.

    The blue is a little to dark blue for me. I was hoping for the lighter blue like the Karate Monkey.

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    finally they kick the crappy BFL to the curb!

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    @ Raul34: A black fork looks good to nearly every frame colour!

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    Interesting changes to the Moonlander. Looks like BB7 MTN S brakes, Bud and Lou, Lunar pearl color, OD crank and trigger shifters. I wonder if the fork is offset or not.
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    I hoped for a Surly frame with a 170mm hub but it looks like 135mm...
    The fork seems not to be offset.

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    Are those 27tpi Bud and Lou on the Moonlander?
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    You can "see" 120tpi on the champagne one when enlarging the images.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FlowinFlo View Post
    I hoped for a Surly frame with a 170mm hub but it looks like 135mm...
    The fork seems not to be offset.
    135mm ... I think they'll be set in their ways for a bit longer, due to cheaper parts availability.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bikeabuser View Post
    135mm ... [...] due to cheaper parts availability.
    Right, good point!

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    Also looks like the army green (neck romancer) gets 120tpi nates as well.
    Oh noes. I'm going to drink the Kool-Aid.

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    army green? that's more like avocado green... ewww

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    Jaredbe - The picture of the new 'lander shows a non-offset spoke pattern on the front wheel, so it's like the Necro front fork - non-offset.

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    so the new pugs are all of the non-offset fork models?

    off-set forks are a thing of the past now?

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    The number of people who actually used that offset fork and will actually miss it probably number in the low double digits.

    Now if they can just spec some simple, non-hooded vertical dropouts for the back end and life will be good.

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    Looks like they are not spec'ing the MWOD on any of them. I wonder if they will keep that around or discontinue it eventually. I suppose they are slightly different.

    I love the new Moonlander frame color. It would be cool to see a closeup if it still has the flake like the current. I tried doing the "view Full Screen" on facebook but still not close enough.

    Looks like a satin finish.

    2014 Surly Pugsley & Moonlander colors-moonlander-champagne.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by rgurney View Post
    Jaredbe - The picture of the new 'lander shows a non-offset spoke pattern on the front wheel, so it's like the Necro front fork - non-offset.
    I have had an offset pug and a non-offset moonlander and like the non-offset better if only because it seems easier to use things like anything cages and racks. I am a bit disappointed that I never "needed" to switch my front and rear pug wheels when I did have it. I don't think either is a bad way to go but if I had to chose again I would stay with the non-offset.
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    Hrmm, I noticed the green definitely had a non-offset and thought the black was the same. Couldn't tell for sure on the blue.
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    well they all have the brazons on the fork.. either they only drilled the non-offset side of the fork, or they are all non-offset

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    Looks like 2550 msrp for the Moonlander and 2150 msrp for the Spec Ops Pugs.
    Fargo Ti + Moonlander + Necro Pug + Nature Boy

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    That's really pricey.. Pug was 1600 when I got it in 2010

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    2014 Surly Pugsley & Moonlander colors

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    That's really pricey.. Pug was 1600 when I got it in 2010
    Did you get the base Pug or the Spec Ops/Neck Romancer Pug? The Neck Romancer is the pricer Pugsley, which fits the above mentions MRSP.

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    base pug.. but the 2014 ones as shown in the image has marge lites right? So it's more similar to the existing yellow and red pugs..

    maybe the 2014s have better components, since the moonlander also increased in price...

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