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    Re: charge cooker maxi

    Is this a new alloy maxi



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    i prefer the look of my white cooker.

    that said, whats the difference between the alloy on the black and the white which is tange, i believe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr pinga View Post
    Is this a new alloy maxi



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    Better tires. Nice looking bike.
    It doesn't matter what I ride as long as I ride it!

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    Definitely better aesthetics IMO. Any other upgrades other than tires? 135 rear without single speed option stinks. Would look really nice with a White Bros fork.

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    Re: charge cooker maxi

    Here is a photo of the 2015 steel version

    It appears the alloy one is called Cooker Maxi 1 and steel Cooker Maxi 2
    It would be nice if they had slidding dropouts

    Note - I just found these photos when googling 2015 Charge Bikes - they are from a Japanese web site




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    The black one looks like it's got more stand over.
    It doesn't matter what I ride as long as I ride it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clobber View Post
    135 rear without single speed option stinks.
    don't shift. pretty simple.

    Would look really nice with a White Bros fork.
    a heavy psuedo plastic fork would be a waste. the tange blades ride real nice, imo.

    rog

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    Re: charge cooker maxi

    Quote Originally Posted by RockyJo1 View Post
    The black one looks like it's got more stand over.
    I'm not sure if they are the same size frames

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    Quote Originally Posted by newmarketrog View Post
    don't shift. pretty simple.

    I take it you don't SS???

    a heavy psuedo plastic fork would be a waste. the tange blades ride real nice, imo.

    rog
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    i have some nicks on the frame of my cooker, has anyone found a good touch up paint?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AZmuchacho View Post
    i have some nicks on the frame of my cooker, has anyone found a good touch up paint?
    Me too. I asked my lbs they said just use automotive touch up paint. If its starting to rust I would sand it down a bit to get rid of the rust.

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    Can one buy the black alloy model anywhere yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by krzysiekmz View Post
    Can one buy the black alloy model anywhere yet?

    Chris.
    I heard late October.

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    today in maine by my house:



    love my cooker maxi

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    Re: charge cooker maxi

    Quote Originally Posted by AZmuchacho View Post
    i have some nicks on the frame of my cooker, has anyone found a good touch up paint?
    Testers?

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    anyone put a lefty on the maxi?

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    Do they make 1-1/8" leftys?

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    a sissy fork would ruin the cooker maxi. chromo works perfect on the rocky techy.

    rog

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    has anyone put the bluto shocks on their maxi?

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    Bluetoe is for tapered headtube

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    You just need the wider clamps from Mendon cycle Smith. It comes with a 1 1/8" steerer.

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    Do they make 1-1/8" leftys?

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    Re: charge cooker maxi

    Quote Originally Posted by Shark View Post
    You just need the wider clamps from Mendon cycle Smith. It comes with a 1 1/8" steerer.
    I'm going this route now. Sourced a lefty max 140 and will be ordering the clamps from Mendon early next month.

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