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    Fatback 29er Rabbit-holes (picture)

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    20 inch frame
    Whiskey #9 Carbon fork
    Rabbitholes and Knards
    Straight-line pedals and bash guard
    X-9 and XO
    1X9
    BB7's
    Easton bar with Straight-line locks
    Last edited by headhunterracing; 08-02-2013 at 10:27 PM.

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    Nice.
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    Nice bike....looks good
    - MOOTS Mooto X
    - Salsa Fargo
    - Surly Pugsley
    - Cannondale SL4 29

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    That looks epic!!

    Where did you get your Whiskey forks from? I was looking for a set of their riser bars but the are scarce as hen's teeth!!

    How about orange jockey wheels in the derailleur?

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    The fork is from my local bike shop. Behind Bars
    I like the idea on the jockey wheels. Thanks!!!!

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    Very nice. What year frame?

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    2013 frame

    8]Very nice. What year frame?[/QUOTE]

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    What hubs did you end up going with?
    Rudy Projects look ridiculous

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    How do you like the ride?
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    rides great. very planted in the sandy corners yet playful enough for some loose flicky action. Over all very pleased if not surprised a little on how well it handled.
    Hubs Salsa and X9 on this wheel set
    Fatback Hubs on all my other fatbike wheelsets.

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    Great looking bike...

    Enjoy it! I've had a lot of fun on my Knard/RH wheels...
    Safe riding,

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    Thanks boss,

    I have been wondering about how these conversions ride. They look so tall, but the concept is very alluring. They look like they would be good fun on technical terrain.
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