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    Fatbike specific parts on the scale

    Some weights of Fatbike specific parts...

    Zaboo Bikes "TNTheavy" titanium prototype fork


    Zaboo Bikes "TNTheavy" titanium prototype frame, Size 20"


    e13 XCX+ triple 100mm crank, 180mm


    e13 BSA bottom bracket


    Pro rs-11 headset semi integrated for 44mm head tube


    Koba Swiss seat collar


    9:ZERO:7 skewers (front 135mm / rear 170mm)


    Problem Solvers Direct Mount Adaptor for 100mm BBs


    Surly Rolling Darril rim / 9:ZERO:7 front hub 135mm / 14G (2.0mm) - Silver / Brass - Silver nipples / including Surly Rim Strip


    Bontrager 26x2.5-2.8 Tube


    45NRTH Escalator Folding 180TPI Tire


    Surly Rolling Darril rim / 9:ZERO:7 rear hub 170mm / 14G (2.0mm) - Silver / Brass - Silver nipples / including Surly Rim Strip


    45NRTH Escalator Folding 180TPI Tire


    Bontrager 26x2.5-2.8 Tube
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    That is some good stuff. Any way to get a brief description of the component?
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    That's pretty light for a 20
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    Quote Originally Posted by DubzOxford View Post
    That is some good stuff. Any way to get a brief description of the component?
    Done

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    Great info. Thanks for posting it.

    I haven't bought the hubs my Beargrease frame yet but I'll probably go with Hope front and rear. I assume they make a 170mm skewer but I haven't actually shopped for them yet.

    Is there any reason to prefer the 9:ZERO:7 skewers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FrY10cK View Post
    Is there any reason to prefer the 9:ZERO:7 skewers?
    Absolutely not. The 9:ZERO:7 skewers came included with the wheelset. So there was no reason for me to evaluate another set of skewers.

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