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    That taxi is a beaut

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    A thread full of awesome looking bikes
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    9:zero:7 2012 lust-imageuploadedbytapatalk1353850945.569035.jpg

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    Man, Iím digginí that new light blue colour on the 9:zero:7!!!
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    I'm so pumped my blue one comes today

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    I really like the blue steel! Mix with the white bits and the color really snaps!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leopold Porkstacker View Post
    Man, Iím digginí that new light blue colour on the 9:zero:7!!!
    Me too, so I bought one
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    And just one more blue 'un...ooh she rides so nice....
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    Quote Originally Posted by wrcRS View Post
    I really like the blue steel! Mix with the white bits and the color really snaps!
    Like this..

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    Blue is the new Black!

    Here is mine it has been done for a couple months I originally built it with rolling darryls and nates here it is with clown shoes powdercoated white and BFLs I need to change the crank to the MWOD
    The race face "ride" double will be for sale!
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    I just pulled the trigger on a 9:zero:7. I am very happy!

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    Here is a quick image with my phone:


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    October one... orange with yellow rims?

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    Our 9 year Olds 9:zero:7

    We picked up our sons Xmas present this past weekend; it'll be a fun Xmas morning in our house!!
    Damn we're some cool ass parents!!


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    Well done there Santa !

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    Post maiden voyage and bath....
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    How many 907 owners using MWOD crank?

    And Clown Shoes with BFL tires.
    I am in the process of installing it now and wanted to know what others have experienced as far as what spacers to use to get the right chainline.
    Installed with one spacer on the drive side and using the e type DR I am still getting chain rub on the small ring and the big ring in the back.
    More spacers? any suggestions?
    Thanks

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    I don't know if you'll get there with bfl's on clown shoes. You may have to back space the cassette and drop a cog or two.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boatracer View Post
    And Clown Shoes with BFL tires.
    I am in the process of installing it now and wanted to know what others have experienced as far as what spacers to use to get the right chainline.
    Installed with one spacer on the drive side and using the e type DR I am still getting chain rub on the small ring and the big ring in the back.
    More spacers? any suggestions?
    Thanks
    Boatracer, did you try the combination we talked about? Here are some pics I just took. This clearly shows clearance between the tire and chain in the small ring big cog combination. No spacers on non drive side and a 1/16 th spacer behind the drive side crank arm. Full ten speed cassette, no chain rub.
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    gcappy. I tried just about every combination there is with the parts that came with the crank. The only thing I don't have are the conicle washers that go against the bearings and from your pictures it looks like you might have one in there at least on the drive side. That would fix the problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boatracer View Post
    gcappy. I tried just about every combination there is with the parts that came with the crank. The only thing I don't have are the conicle washers that go against the bearings and from your pictures it looks like you might have one in there at least on the drive side. That would fix the problem.
    That picture is deceiving. It looks like a spacer there but it is actually just the e-type derailleur mount. There really is nothing there except the derailleur bracket, the 1/16th washer and the bearing housing. No spacers of any kind.

    You have to look carefully to see the 1/16th washer I put in there. It is between the bearing housing and the crank arm. Slightly shinny.

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    New pic.
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    Here is a better shot of the derailleur mount. It has a weird shape. Almost looks like two separate pieces.
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    That would be the difference in what you have to give you no chain rub.
    Where did you come up with the washer is it a bike part or hardware store item?

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    One more. This one shows it all.
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