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    My Dr Frankenstein pugsley build "this will upset some"

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    My brand new surly XS frame set
    This is my winter project and since I already have a 907 so I am in no big hurry... hope to have it ready by March .
    I really dig the new blue "thats too bad"
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    Re: My Dr Frankenstein pugsley build "this will upset some"

    I don't understand the post title or what you mean. I like the blue pugs this year though.
    ...Be careful what you're looking at because it might be looking back...

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    almost forgot My Dr Frankenstein pugsley build "this will upset some"-imag0190.jpg
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    Yeah, I'm confused by the title too.
    Nice blue though!
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    Ok...
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    MWAAAHHAAHHAA, bring it on
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    This is going to be cool just like the fat bike forum of old.

    your still nuts SJ!

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    Good job!

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    S&S couplings?

    Or sticking a CRF 450 motor in there!
    plan it...build it....ride it...love it....
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    My Dr Frankenstein pugsley build "this will upset some"-imag0192.jpg

    enough for today
    still waiting on 9.5 feet of tubing from Nova
    I am slow therefore I am

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    Re: My Dr Frankenstein pugsley build "this will upset some"

    Fat bike tandem? ! ?

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    goodness gracious..looking forward to how this turns out.

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    Nice! 9.5 feet, sounds like you are building a monster for sure.

    Looking forward to see just what you do create.

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    Quote Originally Posted by albertdc View Post
    Fat bike tandem? ! ?
    I am thinking the same!

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    I like the "I'll just leave this here" nature of this thread.

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    fat box bike?

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    Re: My Dr Frankenstein pugsley build "this will upset some"

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    Ahhhh I see... its OK though... probably just a surface scratch
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    My Dr Frankenstein pugsley build "this will upset some"

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    That'll buff out


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    Recumbent?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Velobike View Post
    Recumbent?
    I doubt that's what's going on here, but I would love it. I would really like to make a fat recumbent myself, for when my back finally gives up on upright riding.

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    enough for today
    still waiting on 9.5 feet of tubing from Nova
    You're affixing either a Specialized or a Fuji frame with a Pugsley frame?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Burnt-Orange View Post
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    I've been wondering when someone was going to add some S&S couplers to a Pugsley. Although, is that what you're doing? Doesn't look like quite enough room left on the tail side to braze them on...

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    When I first saw it, I thought S&S but when I looked closer I ruled that out because he cut the down tube straight down, if he was doing S&S I believe he would have cut the tube straight across.

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    I've been wondering when someone was going to add some S&S couplers to a Pugsley. Although, is that what you're doing? Doesn't look like quite enough room left on the tail side to braze them on...
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