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    Frame: 2012 9:zero:7, medium
    Fork: Carver
    Seatpost: Thomson Masterpiece
    Saddle: Selle Italia SLR Superflow 145
    Headset: Cane Creek 110
    Stem: Thomson x4
    Handlebar: Answer, Enduro 20/20
    Grips: Ergon GX1
    Shifter: SRAM XO, 10sp
    Derailleur: SRAM XO, 10sp
    Cassette: SRAM XX XG-1099
    Crankset: RaceFace Turbine
    Chainring: RaceFace, 30t n/w ring
    Bashgaurd: BBG
    Bottom bracket: RaceFace
    Chain: KMC 10s SL
    Brake Levers: Formula R1
    Brake Calipers: Formula R1
    Disc: Ashima AiRotor 180
    Rims: Uma II, 70mm
    Spokes/Nipples: DT Swiss Double Butted, alum nipples
    Hubs: Salsa, 135mm/170mm
    Rim tape: Dupont Reflective Silver Fabric
    Tires: 45NRTH HuskerDu, 120tpi
    Tubes: Q-Tubes SL
    Pedals: Crank Bros, Ti Eaggbeater
    Seat clamp: ??, silver

    Weight (as listed) - 25.97lbs

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    Very nice smthgfshy!

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    2014 Farley

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    2014 Trek Farley</SPAN>
    Bluto Fork with remote lock out (100mm)</SPAN>
    15mm Salsa front hub, Rolling Darryl, Surly Nate</SPAN>
    Snowhite Rear hub, Rolling Darryl. Surly Larry</SPAN>
    Crank Brother Turbine cranks, rings</SPAN>
    Shimano pedals</SPAN>
    Thompson Masterpiece seat post</SPAN>
    Bontrager Carbon rail Saddle
    X9 shifter, derailleur</SPAN>
    Devore brakes</SPAN>

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    2014 Trek Farley</SPAN>
    Bluto Fork with remote lock out (100mm)</SPAN>
    15mm Salsa front hub, Rolling Darryl, Surly Nate</SPAN>
    Snowhite Rear hub, Rolling Darryl. Surly Larry</SPAN>
    Crank Brother Turbine cranks, rings</SPAN>
    Shimano pedals</SPAN>
    Thompson Masterpiece seat post</SPAN>
    Bontrager Carbon rail Saddle
    X9 shifter, derailleur</SPAN>
    Devore brakes</SPAN>
    More importantly......what are ya drinkin there????

    Mike
    Oh yeah....great looking bike

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    Stone

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    2014 Pugs

    My bone stock (for now) Pugsley...first fat bike and already hooked.

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    The evolution.....newest back to my original mukluk
    9zero7 small 190mm custom decals and powder coating
    bluto fork
    thompson cockpit
    prologo seat
    XO1 drivetrain
    HED carbon wheels on I9 hubs with custom decals
    Bud and Lou
    next sl crank
    deity pedals
    cane creek headset
    garmin 800
    race face one piece N/W chainring and grips
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    My New Mukluk Build

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    Frame: 2014 Salsa Mukluk, Gold, Small
    Fork: RockShox Bluto RL w/ RCT3 Damper
    Crank: SRAM XX 170 mm
    Chainring: SRAM XX 28T
    Cassette: SRAM XX 10-42T
    Shifter: SRAM XX Trigger
    Derailleur: SRAM XX
    Chain: KMC X11SL
    Seatpost: RockShox Reverb 380 mm
    Rims: Sunringle Mulefut 80 SL
    Brakes: Shimano SLX w/ 180/160 RT86 Rotors
    Rear Hub: Salsa Mukluk 2 Rear Hub XD
    Rear Tire: Ground Control Fat 26 x 4.6", 120tpi
    Front Tire: Surly Bud 26 x 4.8", 120tpi
    Handlebars: Salsa Salt Flat 1 Carbon 700 mm
    Pedals: Spank Spike
    Front Hub: Salsa Fat Conversion 150 mm x 15
    Headset: Cane Creek 40
    Stem: Salsa Guide 80 mm 83/97
    BB: Sram GXP 100
    Grips: Specialized XC Contour Black/Cyan
    Saddle: WTB Pure V

    Just finished up this build, all I have left to do is trim the hydro lines. Final weight is 33.0 lbs tubeless w/ 8 oz of Stan's in each tire.

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    Nice build! 8oz of sealant ? seems like overkill! How easy did those rims set up tubeless? Thinking about trying some.....

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    Nice build! 8oz of sealant ? seems like overkill! How easy did those rims set up tubeless? Thinking about trying some.....
    Thanks! I figured since I put 2 oz of Stan's in a 2.4" tire, I should put 8 oz of Stans in a 4.8" tire since there's 4 times as much surface area. Maybe it's too much, but I'd rather be safe than sorry since the main reason I wanted to go tubeless was to avoid the frequent flats I had on my previous fat bike. The improved ride quality, decreased weight, and the ability to run even lower pressures are just bonuses for my use case.

    The Mulefuts were very easy to set up tubeless. I used a Rolling Darryl rim strip and one wrap of extra wide (2.88") Gorilla Tape to seal the rim. I initially set them up with tubes overnight to shape the tires, and when I went down to the basement the next day to convert to tubeless it was almost impossible to pop the bead off. Took me over an hour to figure out a way to get them off by trial and error, which was by doing rapid push ups while gripping the tires with the wheels flat on the ground. Once I had the tubes out, I was able to set the remaining bead just using a floor pump with the valve core removed. I think it would take a Godzilla attack to get the tires to burp now.

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    Sounds good! Gonna see if i can get a rim shipped out to me tomorrow for my bluto conversion! Thanks!

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    Surlybugger this is a cool bike, and the headlight rig is amazing! Did you design it yourself or is it something available off the shelf?
    i would like to know about those lights as well

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    11ANTs tarANTula

    My new ride !

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    Frame: 2014 11ANTs tarANTula
    Fork: German_A Flame Wide
    Seatpost: Rockshox Reverb Stealth 125mm
    Saddle: Brooks B15 Honey titanium
    Headset: Hope integrated
    Stem: Thomson x4 50mm
    Handlebar: Thomson Carbon Flatbar - Groovy Luv Ti Handles
    Grips: Brook Honey Bartape
    Shifter: Pinion 18s
    Gearbox: Pinion P1.18
    Chainring front & rear: Gates stainless 30T
    Belt: Gates 113T
    Brake Front: Hope Evo 4 Race - 203mm floating disc
    Brake Rear: Hope Evo 2 Race - 183mm floating disc
    Rims: Velocity Dually 26"
    Spokes/Nipples: Sapim CX ray
    Hubs: Hope SS 135mmx12mm / Hope Evo 4 20x110mm
    Tires: Surly Nate Tanned Wall, 60tpi
    Tubes: Schwalbe 13F 26x3.00
    Pedals: Crank Bros, Ti Candy 3
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    Awesome! Looks like a very capable bike. I will presume you travel quite a bit, it is nice to have no derailleur's on a travel bike. Have you had much time in the saddle yet?

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    Frame: 2014 11ANTs tarANTula
    Fork: German_A Flame Wide
    Seatpost: Rockshox Reverb Stealth 125mm
    Saddle: Brooks B15 Honey titanium
    Headset: Hope integrated
    Stem: Thomson x4 50mm
    Handlebar: Thomson Carbon Flatbar - Groovy Luv Ti Handles
    Grips: Brook Honey Bartape
    Shifter: Pinion 18s
    Gearbox: Pinion P1.18
    Chainring front & rear: Gates stainless 30T
    Belt: Gates 113T
    Brake Front: Hope Evo 4 Race - 203mm floating disc
    Brake Rear: Hope Evo 2 Race - 183mm floating disc
    Rims: Velocity Dually 26"
    Spokes/Nipples: Sapim CX ray
    Hubs: Hope SS 135mmx12mm / Hope Evo 4 20x110mm
    Tires: Surly Nate Tanned Wall, 60tpi
    Tubes: Schwalbe 13F 26x3.00
    Pedals: Crank Bros, Ti Candy 3
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    Quote Originally Posted by shoo View Post
    Awesome! Looks like a very capable bike. I will presume you travel quite a bit, it is nice to have no derailleur's on a travel bike. Have you had much time in the saddle yet?
    The bike is packed with a lot of neat features suitable for travelling (its missing carrier mounts though ) - also its just ready for 2 days, so not that much Kms yet

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    Attachment 910405

    Weight (on digital scales so not made up!) - 23.48lbs. Pic still has SRAM gears but now has XTR instead.

    frame - Salsa Beargrease Carbon 2014
    fork - Salsa carbon
    rims - Kuroshiro Enso 685
    tubes - none
    tires - Surly Knard 3.8" 120tpi
    spokes - DT Revolution
    niples - DT blue alloy
    scewers - DT RWS
    headset - Cane Creek 30
    handlebar - USE carbon flat 700mm
    grips - ODI Rogue lock on with custom Salsa/MTFU clamps
    stem - USE Race 90mm
    seatpost - USE Sumo carbon 400mm
    seat clamp - Salsa lip lock blue
    saddle - Specialized Phenom SL
    disc brake system - XTR with 160/140 KCNC Razor rotors and titanium bolts
    front hub - Hope Fatsno
    rear hub - Hope Fatsno
    bottom bracket - Rotor for 30mm axle in BB92 frame
    crank set - Race Face Next SL
    pedals - PDM-540
    cassette - XX 11-36 10 speed
    chain - XTR
    shifters - XTR
    Rear mech - XTR
    Bottle cage - Salsa Nickless Cage

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    '14 Beargrease

    Frame: 2014 Salsa Beargrease
    Crank: SRAM XX 170 mm
    Chainring: SRAM XX 30
    Cassette: SRAM XX 10-46
    Shifter: SRAM XX Trigger
    Derailleur: SRAM XX
    Chain: KMC X11SL
    Seatpost: Salsa
    Rims: Sarma Naran 80mm
    Brakes: Shimano XTw/ 180/160 Rotors
    Rear Hub: Salsa Mukluk 2 Rear Hub XD
    Rear Tire: 45nrth tubeless, poly tape, stans
    Front Tire: 45nrth tubeless, poly tape, stans
    Handlebars: Salsa
    Pedals: Crank Bros
    Front Hub: Salsa Fat Conversion 150 mm x 15
    Headset: Cane Creek 40
    Stem: Salsa Guide 80 mm 83/97
    Grips: Salsa
    Saddle: Fizik
    Total Weight: 25lbs
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    Just finished building her up:


    Frame: Fatback Ti Large
    Fork: Fatback full carbon
    Crank: E-thirteen/Fatback
    Cassette: SLX 11-36
    Shifters: XTR
    Derailleurs: XTR
    Seatpost: Race Face Next carbon
    Stem: eXotic carbon
    Bar: eXotic carbon low riser
    Brakes: Avid BB7's with Avid levers
    Wheels: BD donor set....starter set for sure
    Saddle: Specialized...for now

    Had a great time chasing the dog around the backyard with it....have to explain some very wide tracks through a planter bed...lol

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    Borealis Echo





    Borealis Echo 2014 frame (medium)
    Sarma Naran 100mm carbon rims
    Hope Fatsno hubs (150mm x 15mm front, 197mm x 12mm Maxle rear)
    DTSwiss double-butted spokes and red hex-head nipples
    Specialized Ground Control 26 x 4.6 tires
    Orange Seal sealant & Stan's tape for tubeless setup
    Easton EC70 carbon riser bar
    RaceFace Turbine stem 60mm
    ODI grips
    SRAM XO1 1x11 drivetrain with Gripshift
    RaceFace Next SL Cinch 170mm carbon crankset
    28t RaceFace chainring
    RockShox Bluto 100mm fork with lockout
    RockShox Reverb Stealth seatpost
    SRAM Guide brakes
    Specialized Phenom saddle
    Raceface AEffect pedals (not pictured)

    Weight as pictured = 28 pounds

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lu-Max View Post
    Borealis Echo 2014 frame (medium)
    Sarma Naran 100mm carbon rims
    Hope Fatsno hubs (150mm x 15mm front, 197mm x 12mm Maxle rear)
    DTSwiss double-butted spokes and red hex-head nipples
    Specialized Ground Control 26 x 4.6 tires
    Orange Seal sealant & Stan's tape for tubeless setup
    Easton EC70 carbon riser bar
    RaceFace Turbine stem 60mm
    ODI grips
    SRAM XO1 1x11 drivetrain with Gripshift
    RaceFace Next SL Cinch 170mm carbon crankset
    28t RaceFace chainring
    RockShox Bluto 100mm fork with lockout
    RockShox Reverb Stealth seatpost
    SRAM Guide brakes
    Specialized Phenom saddle
    Raceface AEffect pedals (not pictured)

    Weight as pictured = 28 pounds
    SWEET! Do you know what the engagement is on the Fatsno rear hub? How do you like it?
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    Frame: 2014 Salsa Mukluk, Gold, Small
    Fork: RockShox Bluto RL w/ RCT3 Damper
    Crank: SRAM XX 170 mm
    Chainring: SRAM XX 28T
    Cassette: SRAM XX 10-42T
    Shifter: SRAM XX Trigger
    Derailleur: SRAM XX
    Chain: KMC X11SL
    Seatpost: RockShox Reverb 380 mm
    Rims: Sunringle Mulefut 80 SL
    Brakes: Shimano SLX w/ 180/160 RT86 Rotors
    Rear Hub: Salsa Mukluk 2 Rear Hub XD
    Rear Tire: Ground Control Fat 26 x 4.6", 120tpi
    Front Tire: Surly Bud 26 x 4.8", 120tpi
    Handlebars: Salsa Salt Flat 1 Carbon 700 mm
    Pedals: Spank Spike
    Front Hub: Salsa Fat Conversion 150 mm x 15
    Headset: Cane Creek 40
    Stem: Salsa Guide 80 mm 83/97
    BB: Sram GXP 100
    Grips: Specialized XC Contour Black/Cyan
    Saddle: WTB Pure V

    Just finished up this build, all I have left to do is trim the hydro lines. Final weight is 33.0 lbs tubeless w/ 8 oz of Stan's in each tire.
    Golden Mukluk is simply unbelievably gorgeous.

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    Very clean looking bike. Looks fast, have you had it out on the trails yet?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MTB Pilot View Post
    SWEET! Do you know what the engagement is on the Fatsno rear hub? How do you like it?
    I'm not Lu-max....but I have been using a Hope Fatsno for a few thousand miles. Great engagement...zero issues....but they are loud. Just had this laced up for my EchoBike specs with pics-imag0109.jpg

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    Frame: chinese carbon fb2
    Fork: rigid carbon
    Crank: xx1
    Chainring: absolute black 32
    Cassette: SRAM XX 11-39 with ari cog
    Shifter: SRAM XX twister
    Derailleur: SRAM XX
    Chain: kcnc
    Seatpost: climax
    Rims: nextie 65 mm
    Brakes: magura mt8/ashima rotors
    Rear Hub: tune fat kong
    Rear Tire: husker du 120 tpi
    Front Tire: husker du 120 tpi
    Handlebars new ultimate evo
    Pedals: aest flat
    Front Hub: tune fat king
    Headset: neco tapered
    Stem: msc
    BB: rotor
    Grips: lizard skins dsp
    Saddle: tune speedneedle

    weight 8,875 with dirt seat in picture is changed
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    My foot is still healing (I have to ear an orthopedic boot) so I have only had my Echo out for one lap of the local park on asphalt. My former MTB had Hope hubs and the only issue I ever had with them was a wheel bearing that went bad on the 2nd or 3rd ride. Hope FedEx'd me a replacement and covered the shop costs for replacement. After that never a problem. The rear hubs are quite loud when freewheeling, a very distinct sound. I have never had engagement issues and will report back if/when I have any issues with these new hubs. They were nice enough to send me the special adapter to make the rear 197mm for the echo.

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    New to fat biking and slowly building up my new/used Salsa Mukluk to play well with general trail riding and bikepacking.



    FRAMESET:
    Frame: Salsa Mukluk Ti, Large
    Fork: Salsa Bearpaw, Tapered
    Wheels: Salsa Hubs with Surly Holy Rolling Darryl Rims
    Tires: Surly Nate setup tubeless

    DRIVETRAIN:
    Shifters: SRAM X9
    Front Derailleur: SRAM X10 Type2
    Rear Derailleur: SRAM X7
    Crankset: RaceFace Turbine, 100mm Shell, 22/36t
    Cassette: SRAM PG-1070 11-36t
    Pedals: Shimano XT

    COMPONENTS:
    Saddle: WTB
    Seat Post: Thomson Elite
    Handlebars: Race Face SIXC DH Handlebar
    Grips: Easton Mountain Grip, 33mm
    Stem: Thomson X4 70mm Stem
    Headset: Chris King Inset 7 Headset
    Brakeset: Shimano XT M785 Disc Brakes

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    New REEBDONKADONK in Leadville

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    Cool-blue Rhythm



    Frame: Waltly titanium custom to my specification & custom polished graphics
    Fork: Fatback carbon with custom vinyl graphic
    Wheels: Nextie 65mm rims on Hope Fatsno / 9:Zero:7 rear
    Tires: 45 Nrth Dillinger 5 tubeless

    Shifter: Shimano XT
    Rear derailleur: Shimano XT
    Crank: Raceface Turbine Cinch 26 chainring
    Cassette: Shimano XT 11-36 + Hope T-rex 40T expander
    Pedals: Look Quartz

    Saddle: SDG
    Seatpost: Ritchey WCS
    Handlebar: Jones H-bar
    Grips: Raceface Sniper
    Stem: Mowa
    Headset: Mowa
    Brakeset: Avid BB7

    Weighs sub-25lbs

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    Very nice. Great lines on that.
    No moss...

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    Quote Originally Posted by grymes View Post
    New to fat biking and slowly building up my new/used Salsa Mukluk to play well with general trail riding and bikepacking.



    FRAMESET:
    Frame: Salsa Mukluk Ti, Large
    Fork: Salsa Bearpaw, Tapered
    Wheels: Salsa Hubs with Surly Holy Rolling Darryl Rims
    Tires: Surly Nate setup tubeless

    DRIVETRAIN:
    Shifters: SRAM X9
    Front Derailleur: SRAM X10 Type2
    Rear Derailleur: SRAM X7
    Crankset: RaceFace Turbine, 100mm Shell, 22/36t
    Cassette: SRAM PG-1070 11-36t
    Pedals: Shimano XT

    COMPONENTS:
    Saddle: WTB
    Seat Post: Thomson Elite
    Handlebars: Race Face SIXC DH Handlebar
    Grips: Easton Mountain Grip, 33mm
    Stem: Thomson X4 70mm Stem
    Headset: Chris King Inset 7 Headset
    Brakeset: Shimano XT M785 Disc Brakes
    Oh that's a sweet rig right there, would love one of these girls.

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    Ca[itol Cycles Squatch

    A detailed parts/weights list:


    Brake Front: Formula R1 Red – 173.3g
    Brake Rear: Formula R1 Red – 185.9g
    Rotor Front: Ashima Ai2 160mm – 68.3g
    Rotor Rear: Ashima Ai2 160mm – 68.6g
    Adapter Front: Carver bikes 5mm –8.1g
    Adapter Rear: Ashima – 21.5g
    Adapter Bolts: Alu. – 4.6g
    Rotor Bolts Front/Rear: Ashima – 29g
    Caliper Bolts Front/Rear: Alu./Ti. – 11.1g
    Cables: with shifter – 0g
    Cassette: Sram XX 11-36 – 215.3g
    Chain: KMC X10SL – 240.9g
    Crankset: Race Face Ride 100mm+BB/Race Face NW 32t/Extralite extrabolts – 798.2g
    Derailleur Front – 0g
    Derailleur Rear: Sram X0 Red Type 2 – 228.6g
    Fork: Carver Bikes O’beast carbon – 556g
    Frame: Capitol Cycles Squatch “S” – 2158g
    Grips: Extralite HyperGrips – 7.2g
    Handlebar: Easton EC90 640mm LowRiser (Fake) – 137.1g
    Headset: Cane Creek 10 ZS44 Short Cover – 88.3g
    Pedals: Crank Brothers Eggbeater 3Ti tuned – 180.3g
    Seat: Selle Italia SLR xp – 173.5g
    Seatpost: Hylix carbon - 27.2 x 410mm – 149.9g
    Seatpost Clamp: Thomson 28.6mm – 26.9g
    Shifters: Sram XO 10s/cables/housing – 167g
    Skewers: Hope 135/170mm – 130.9g
    Stem: Uno 31.8x70mm – 85.9g
    Top-Cap: Soul Kozak LB Edition – 4.3g
    Expander: Extralite UltraStar2 – 6.8g
    Tire Front: 45Nrth Dillinger 5 – 1459g
    Tire Rear: 45Nrth Dillinger 5 – 1467g
    Tubeless:
    Sealant – Stan’s No Tubes ~312g
    Tubeless tape – 158.6g
    Rim Strip – Surly 75mm – 176.8g
    Valves: Stan’s No-Tubes – 14.5g
    Wheel Front: Surly Rolling Darryl /Hope Pro2 Evo Fatsno/DT Swiss Competition/Brass nipples – 1341g
    Wheel Rear: Surly Rolling Darryl /Hope Pro2 Evo Fatsno/DT Swiss Competition/Brass nipples -1441g
    Misc. Other: Point1 Racing 10mm spacer/Grease/Loctite/Bar plugs/chain guard – 23.1g


    Total: 12318.5g or 27.15 lb
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ze_Zaskar View Post
    Frame: Surly Pugsley 20''
    Stem: Thomson Elite X4 90mm
    Handlebar: Easton EA70 Wide
    Barends: Titec Micro
    Brakes: Avid BB7
    Shifters: Shimano Dura Ace on Paul Thumbies
    FD- Shimano SLX
    RD- Shimano XT Shadow
    Cassette: Custom Shimano XT 12-36/ Surly 20t cog in the front hub
    Crank: RaceFace Prodigy XC 22-36
    BB: FSA Platinum DH
    Pedals: Superstar Nanotech Thru Pin
    Seatpost: Thomson Elite
    Saddle: Brooks B17 Standard
    Rack: Surly Nice Rack
    Hubs: Shimano XT M756
    Spokes: DT Swiss Competition, only one size is used on the bike
    Rims: Rob'sSon 36h 80mm single wall
    Tubes: Schwalbe Freeride Ultralight
    Tires: Surly Larry 3.8 27tpi




    It has been almost 3 years since I built that bike and 1 year since I sold it.
    I must say I miss it quite a lot, had tons of fun with it

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