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    Pretty much everything except wheels, seatpost, seat, and bars.

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    Happy Trails Cap'n.

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    Farley 5 1x11 conversion. New bars too.

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    Welp finished up the rear fender, didn't want to be like the rest so this vinyl wrap helped.



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    Those are awesome! Where'd you find that vynil wrap and do they have orange camo?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RAKC Ind View Post
    Those are awesome! Where'd you find that vynil wrap and do they have orange camo?

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    Thanks Rakc, I got it off amazon, here's a link for the ones I grabbed but in burnt orange for you. The buttons are tricky, so if you have buttons like my fenders, you will want to press them on the back of the vinyl, cut it, then lay it on, way easier and less cuss words, lol

    https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B01NC...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vto2.0 View Post
    Thanks Rakc, I got it off amazon, here's a link for the ones I grabbed but in burnt orange for you. The buttons are tricky, so if you have buttons like my fenders, you will want to press them on the back of the vinyl, cut it, then lay it on, way easier and less cuss words, lol

    https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B01NC...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

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    Do you think you could make chain-stay protectors with this stuff?
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    Not sure how much I would recommend it, you'd have to wrap it quite a bit, it's vinyl that can be stretched so the material might hold if you double up or triple it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vto2.0 View Post
    Not sure how much I would recommend it, you'd have to wrap it quite a bit, it's vinyl that can be stretched so the material might hold if you double up or triple it

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    Thanks! I may have to try it.
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    I have basic homemade fenders on my fat bike and about to make a set for my b+. Really simple to wrap a flat piece of plastic thankfully.

    @ Mole:. If that doesn't work my favorite stay protection is either gorilla clear tape or 3M bra tape. Thick enough to hold up rather well. Did for 4yrs on my 29er on first application. Though not near as cool as vinyl wrap but if you want another idea.

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    99 cent headcam strap

    It works very well, particularly for the price:
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    Included half hinge had to be ground, filed, drilled and shimmed to work with corresponding half hinge for my action camera mount.
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    Rotated strap 90 degrees to position camera beside head
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    Picked up a set of Spank handlebars in blue for my Fatboy.

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    Fresh rubber. Bombolonis!


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    Picked up a NOS 2015 Salsa Mukluk 2. A bit of a step up from a walgoose 27.5+:

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    New saddle! I've been wanting a good one for awhile now and the volt that came on my bike just hasn't been copacetic with my butt...Thusly I finally caved and pulled the trigger on a Brooks B17.

    Now I just need to spend a month or so breaking it in!
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    How many rivets did you use

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    Looking for some good fat bike fenders

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    Finally got the fenders in place...



    Thanks to MTBR member HAGASAN, I can now ride without the worry of a wet ass.

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    how many rivets did you use to make those

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    Fat B

    Got some fat b's. Could use a little more aggressive tire on the front. These roll really well and brought the weight to just under 26lbs. without sealant

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    I wanted a downtown/park/whatever bike. Something fun to ride with the kiddos. So this followed me home today. I am beyond ecstatic! Can't wait to ride it.

    2017 SE Fat Ripper


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    my first fattie!! cant wait to get her top (opops) tubeless. she is at 33.4 lbs out of the box. gonna slowly lighten her up a bit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kelbo View Post
    I wanted a downtown/park/whatever bike. Something fun to ride with the kiddos. So this followed me home today. I am beyond ecstatic! Can't wait to ride it.

    2017 SE Fat Ripper

    I love the look of the fat ripper.

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    bought this seat, and handlebar for my farley
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    I stuck a 100mm Bluto on the ICT. I figure I'm going to want a little squish in the front when warm weather and a 29+ wheelset come along.
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    Quote Originally Posted by akacoke View Post
    bought this seat, and handlebar for my farley
    Saddle looks great! Where did you get it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DomDP View Post
    Saddle looks great! Where did you get it?
    https://www.TAKEAHIKESHOP.com/ FIVESTAR COUPON CODE FOR $5 OFF, I PAID $28.99 SHIPPED
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    Quote Originally Posted by akacoke View Post
    https://www.TAKEAHIKESHOP.com/ FIVESTAR COUPON CODE FOR $5 OFF, I PAID $28.99 SHIPPED
    awesome thanks!

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    chromag!

    Carbon Fubars 780mm, Ranger stem, and Trailmaster saddle
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phat Cactus View Post
    I stuck a 100mm Bluto on the ICT. I figure I'm going to want a little squish in the front when warm weather and a 29+ wheelset come along.
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    Sorry if this is a dumb, noobie question but how will your new 29+ wheels fit in with the Bluto?? thanks

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    OK, ready for summer!
    Wren fork
    65mm tubeless rims w/4.4 Jumbo Jims
    Wren carbon bars & Stem





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    New higher riser bars, helmet, air gage,water bottle,chain stay protector, and wash with detail. the wash and detail sucked !
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    Ambush - cooler heads prevail!

    New Spec Ambush helmet for summer, light and very comfortable with lots of vents.
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    Bought my Pug some Ice Cream.........

    It appears to have made it FATTER !
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    Bought a 250 dollar band aid for my carbon beargrease. First ride this morning was a 20-mile romp with a solid 2 miles of real rocky terrain... still solid.

    A rock poked a hole in my chainstay after i fell iff a mountain.

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    New platforms

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    Lots more grip than stock

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    Surly bud and lou, xt cassette, valves and orange seal.. and of course, my nextie tri spoke.. was delivered today and i installed it right away.. so far 14 miles road, will hit the trails this weekend..

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    Looks great! I'm jealous.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kelbo View Post
    I wanted a downtown/park/whatever bike. Something fun to ride with the kiddos. So this followed me home today. I am beyond ecstatic! Can't wait to ride it.

    2017 SE Fat Ripper

    HOLY CRAP WHY DIDN'T I SEE THIS SOONER!!??? Pure awesome

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    Yep this is Sir Fatsalot, my new Growler Mr Big Stuff.
    (I know, posted in a couple other forums, but this pic is new at least )
    Also added Raceface pedals, Ergon GP2 grips, and picked up a 14L Jack Wolfskin backpack that's perfect for the trail and carrying my Lezyne pump!
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    ^^^ daaammn. talk about tire grip..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Branner View Post
    OK, ready for summer!
    Wren fork
    65mm tubeless rims w/4.4 Jumbo Jims
    Wren carbon bars & Stem




    How do you like that Wren stem? I know it is crazy light at about 75 g, but I'm just a bit concerned about impending dental work if it fails.

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    The 80's BMX kid in me LOVES these!

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    Balto: I'm 99% certain I do not ride the type of trails most in this forum are fortunate to have access to. No extreme jumps, drop offs or stuff like that. I use my bike for everything; riding to get ice cream with the kids, commuting to work and mountain bike riding. The type of trails where I am are singletrack with great climbs and flowy decents. Nothing too extreme. Oh, and I'm *at best* an intermediate rider (but trying to improve!). So, for what I see, the stem is great. Hope that helped!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kelbo View Post
    I wanted a downtown/park/whatever bike. Something fun to ride with the kiddos. So this followed me home today. I am beyond ecstatic! Can't wait to ride it.

    2017 SE Fat Ripper

    That is an awesome rail the street ripper. The video on SE's website is a good showcase of it, indeed!
    I'd hafta get that out for the daily dose of manuals, without a doubt.
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    Salsa Blackborow build

    Recently bought a Salsa Blackborow frameset. Here is my build so far.....
    I just got my XT shifter/derailleur in the mail so once those are installed all I have left is to cut the steerer and I'm done.
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    So, yeah, lots of new fatbike stuffs. Basically doing a whole new buildout now that I sold my Mukluk and picked up a Beargrease carbon:

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    Great looking build Brewer, the WiseCracker is a nice touch!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fat-in-Fundy View Post
    Great looking build Brewer, the WiseCracker is a nice touch!
    Thanks, I use that thing more than I ever thought I would. BTW, Brown Santa brought some rad Oveja Negra stuff today as well:

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    Fits 4 beers neat AF.

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    Jones H bar

    I just rode them for a few miles, and coming from straight bars with a slight sweep, the jones bar has the perfect sweep for me!


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    Build complete. Freakishly light and stiff. Rides like a rocket compared to the old Mukluk...

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    Happy camper here...

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    Big O fenders.
    A friend sent these and said "see if you can use them".
    This rig is for sale (Denver Craigslist) so I threw them on.

    Nice fenders, support brackets could have been better (front and back should bend out to clear brakes and had to make spacers for front) but, good enough.

    Full carbon fenders are on my "to-do" list.

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    baltobrewer wow very light indeed.must be nice ! I only need to shed about 8 pounds off my scott fatty to get that result.

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    It's upgrade time !!
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    Picked up this little beauty for a fraction of the price of a Go Pro and its pretty good too..


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    Eventually I want to give bike packing a go, so I picked up a Porcelain Rocket Vera seat pack and MCA Handlebar system on the front (though I still need to get a dry bag for it!) I also picked up some round and flat bar and built bottle cage rack off the front fork that attaches to the bike using the fender mounts.

    I completely forgot how liberating riding without a backpack is!

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    Just picked up this new custom half bag, to carry a few more things as the weather changes. Also studded the Wazia"s (not pictured). Starting to look forward to fall and winter...

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    Otso Voytek

    Got the upgrade bug and replaced my Fatboy with the Otso Voytek! Only ridden it on the B+ setup while I get my fat rear wheel reworked, but man it's a rocket ship. Love it so far.
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    Ordered some Mucky Nutz mud guards. Super quick delivery and easy to install


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    Quote Originally Posted by BIGFAT29 View Post
    New higher riser bars, helmet, air gage,water bottle,chain stay protector, and wash with detail. the wash and detail sucked !
    Sweet Bike !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tomo51 View Post
    Picked up this little beauty for a fraction of the price of a Go Pro and its pretty good too..


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    Reviews and Video quality look good...also interested in getting one.
    Any Biking Footage yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr_manny View Post
    Reviews and Video quality look good...also interested in getting one.
    Any Biking Footage yet?
    Hi Manny!
    I do have some footage but not managed to upload it yet. i'll get things sorted over the next day or so and let you know. i'm still happy with it mate.

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    2018 Growler Pale Ale Limited Edition Fat Bike

    Here it is! Our newest Growler Performance Bike.

    2018 GROWLER PALE ALE LIMITED EDITION FAT BIKE SERIES! Winter is coming....

    The Limited Edition Growler Pale Ale inspires adventures. The expedition-ready Pale Ale capitalizes on all the geometry of the Growler Mr. Big Stuff, but does so in lightweight, 6000-series aluminum frame. Up mountains, down glaciers, and across deserts: the Growler Pale Ale Limited Edition Fat Bike Series is ready for action.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrowlerBikes View Post
    Here it is! Our newest Growler Performance Bike.

    2018 GROWLER PALE ALE LIMITED EDITION FAT BIKE SERIES! Winter is coming....

    The Limited Edition Growler Pale Ale inspires adventures. The expedition-ready Pale Ale capitalizes on all the geometry of the Growler Mr. Big Stuff, but does so in lightweight, 6000-series aluminum frame. Up mountains, down glaciers, and across deserts: the Growler Pale Ale Limited Edition Fat Bike Series is ready for action.

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    Brazed up a new cage for peppa

    In case i come across some bland chicken wings on the trail.

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    Pretty much new everything.
    except the seat

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bro_dude View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Horse View Post
    Where did you get that fender from?
    Its a mudhugger for 29ers. Shortened by a couple of inches

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    Plywood box to keep all my fat bike specific small parts in one place.

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    New sneakers for this Winter, really like the look of these guys, can't wait for the snow to fly.
    Studded them myself and saved some cash but it's not much fun
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fat-in-Fundy View Post
    New sneakers for this Winter, really like the look of these guys, can't wait for the snow to fly.
    Studded them myself and saved some cash but it's not much fun
    You didnt happen to weigh those did you? I am considering selling D5's with studs and getting these.
    PS Nice back yard!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wjh View Post
    You didnt happen to weigh those did you? I am considering selling D5's with studs and getting these.
    PS Nice back yard!
    Thanks, yes it's nice to have a few trees in the yard :-)
    I didn't bother to weigh them but a picture in another thread showed them at 1395 without studs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wjh View Post
    You didnt happen to weigh those did you? I am considering selling D5's with studs and getting these.
    PS Nice back yard!
    I just weighed mine, unstudded:
    Wrathchild 1: 1,490g
    Wrathchild 2: 1,370g

    10 of the original 45NRTH concave studs: 2.8g
    10 of the new 45 NRTH XL studs: 3.8g
    10 of the authentic grip studs: 6.7g

    Wrathchild takes 224 studs: add 85g for XL studs
    Dillinger 5 takes 258 studs: add 72g for concave regular studs.

    My wife is keeping the Dillinger 5's and I'm looking forward to the Wrathchilds.
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    New ring thing and pedally bits.

    "The only way we can truly control the outcome of a ride is not going on it, which is a choice I'm unwilling to make." -K.B.

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    Get fAt, Stay fAt, Ride fAt
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    My new 2017 cannondale fat caad 1 got green rim strips , green straitline seat post collar , green cage bolts , green kmc superlight chain and deity skyline riser bar.the graphics on this bike are green but the camera cant pick it up so it looks like they are yellow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BIGFAT29 View Post
    ... green cage bolts ...
    That's what I'm talkin' about!
    Out to ride

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    The bolts make the bike 10 x faster and they made the bike 6 pounds lighter ! LOL !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BIGFAT29 View Post
    My new 2017 cannondale fat caad 1 got green rim strips , green straitline seat post collar , green cage bolts , green kmc superlight chain and deity skyline riser bar.the graphics on this bike are green but the camera cant pick it up so it looks like they are yellow.
    Looking good, wish I could find a neo chrome chain for my fatty

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    First fat bike purchased this week! As I had a bunch of nice light parts sitting around and a tight budget on this, I ended up with a Beargrease NX1 and swapped out to XX1 shifter cassette and der, Magura MT8 brakes, ENVE bar and then a slew of RISK (I know, great name for this) Rainbow Ti bolts. I realize ti on a fat bike are like drops in the ocean but consider this - I pulled off over 100grams in reflector plastic! Another 70g in bolts - not bad! RISK has been great so far, quick to ship from China off of eBay - I had a bunch of leftover bolts from a road bike so I thought, why not!?!

    I'm a roadie looking for winter miles in Iowa (I hate trainers) and til we get some snow this is hitting gravel roads here.

    I love the way the rainbow ti bolts pull out the purple and orange in the galaxy print under the DT. I also found Duck Tape in a galaxy print at Hobby Lobby and it's also a perfect fit! Just finished the Tyvek tape for tubeless and hope to drop another pound or more on this.

    Final weight savings will come with Leonardi Racing carbon bar and post and a Prologo carbon railed saddle. Same setup as my gravel bike. They're all friends of mine so I like to show off their stuff!

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    Quote Originally Posted by masini View Post
    First fat bike purchased this week! As I had a bunch of nice light parts sitting around and a tight budget on this, I ended up with a Beargrease NX1 and swapped out to XX1 shifter cassette and der, Magura MT8 brakes, ENVE bar and then a slew of RISK (I know, great name for this) Rainbow Ti bolts. I realize ti on a fat bike are like drops in the ocean but consider this - I pulled off over 100grams in reflector plastic! Another 70g in bolts - not bad! RISK has been great so far, quick to ship from China off of eBay - I had a bunch of leftover bolts from a road bike so I thought, why not!?!

    I'm a roadie looking for winter miles in Iowa (I hate trainers) and til we get some snow this is hitting gravel roads here.

    I love the way the rainbow ti bolts pull out the purple and orange in the galaxy print under the DT. I also found Duck Tape in a galaxy print at Hobby Lobby and it's also a perfect fit! Just finished the Tyvek tape for tubeless and hope to drop another pound or more on this.

    Final weight savings will come with Leonardi Racing carbon bar and post and a Prologo carbon railed saddle. Same setup as my gravel bike. They're all friends of mine so I like to show off their stuff!

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    That looks ****ing awesome!!!
    Fatbike, XC bike, Gravel Bike....

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    Bucksaw

    Finally found a use for the odd looking FD mount on the Bucksaw, mrp Decapitator bottle opener
    Always hated the look of it hanging out there, now it has a purpose!

    Added a OneUp Bash Guide as well, I like it when Christmas comes early
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    HELP

    Quick poll for everyone here. Looking for a new wheelset, would one for all year round. I've had 26 fat and currently have 29+. After selling all my wheels but the 29+, I'm debating getting another 26 fat or 27.5 fat. Any feedback? Either way I go, would be HED aluminum that I would go with. Thanks for the feedback.

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    My farley 9.6 is getting more carbon via xmas present from my wife.
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    - Nextie Black Eagle II 27.5''/65mm wheelset & Bontrager Gnarwhal spike tires 27.5/4.5''

    - I9 hubs

    - Specialized Power Saddle

    - Dark Force -reflective sticker in the fork

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    Picked it a set of HED BAD 80mm with velocity fat hubs, 6 paw hub and they feel really good for the money. Threw on some cake eaters 26x4.6 studded, because..... Fatbike. Now let's rip these trails. I ride Eagle and did I mention that they matched the nips to the bike, Whaaaaaaaaaaaa

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    Wtb speed comp seat. My a*s still killing me after months of riding. Also got some race face Chester pedals to cold to go outside and take picture they already on my bike.
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    Just a few cockpit changes, dropped the bar ends and added some TOGS and Ergon grips. We’ll see how I like them on a real climb, but in the neighborhood they feel pretty good. Also, added a Lauf to the wife’s Fatboy.
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    2018 Specialized fatboy base upgrades

    Just bought another fat bike the 18 fatboy base.the 18 base model now has threaded bb! , sram hyd brakes and a raceface crank.a m5 aluminum frame with carbon fork and new specialized hed type aluminum wheels.bought it on sale for 1500.00 bucks ! retails for 1800.00 stock weight 31 lbs with upgrades just under 28.5 lbs with tubes. new stuff schwalbe 26 x 4.8 liteskin tires,schwalbe light presta tubes,prologo zero saddle,xpedo spry pedals,ritchey wcs trail seatpost,ritchey trail stem,funn fatboy supreme riser bars,kore grips,straitline seatpost clamp and minoura water bottle cage.
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    I noticed a crack in my old seat post, so I picked up a Next to replace it. While I was at it I added a new SQ Labs 611 for my fat ass.
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    MAJOR transformation of my 2015 PURPLE 9:zero:7 Whiteout. When I first built it up in early 2016, it became my 26 pound fully-rigid Cat1 XC singlespeed racing steed, wherein I was able to win the 2016 XC Cat1 singlespeed race series overall:
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    Started riding it regularly on the local Soquel Demonstration Forest Flow Trail in late 2017, and fell in love with it’s nimble and precise handling, and being able to huck jumps, carve flowy berms, and get through relatively rough transitions. And in April 2018 when the local Cunningham Bike Park opened up, I suddenly realized I love hitting jumps on the bike as well.

    Well……

    Two weeks ago I decided it was time to turn into a trail eating machine:

    • Away with the lightweight 9:zero:7 carbon fork, replaced with a 120mm Rockshox Bluto
    • Away with the Avid BB7 mechanicals, replaced with dual-piston TRP Spyke mechanicals
    • Replaced 65mm stem with a 35mm stem
    • Replaced 760mm wide mostly-flat bar to a 780mm wide with some noticeable sweep and rise
    • Swapped out 30x18 singlespeed setup for a 32x11-40 geared setup
    • Tilted a couple degrees and moved the seat forward 15mm
    • First time in over 30 years, I am riding platforms (have been clipped in since mid 1980s)

    So, obviously the bike has porked up a bit, going from 26 pounds to 32 pounds, but the slackness of the front end makes up for the fatassedness on the descents.

    Holy sh¡t this bike is TRANSFORMED!!! So far I have ridden it 45 miles (in three rides) on my local technical rock garden and switchbacky trails (Stile Ranch Trail and Rocky Ridge Trail at Santa Teresa County Park in San Jose, CA), and oh my; what used to be fast on my hardtail and full-suspension 29er is not fast anymore. On the climbs I am only a few seconds slower, and on the descents I am finally keeping up within the top 100 leaderboard with the guys riding 160mm full-suspension trail/enduro bikes. Sure, it’s all about the rider, but my confidence has been boosted with this setup immensely! Next logical step is to get a dropper post for the descents.

    Here it is, the “new and improved” 9:zero:7 PURPLE fatfukk:
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    BTW, it’s called “sarcasm”; you’re soaking in it!

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    Today I replaced the old white rim strips to orange.
    It matches my Fatty!


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    Hopefully this is my final version of chainring/cassette set up

    Changed to 11 speed with a Sunrace MX8000 11-50, 32 oval chainring and SLX GS derailleur.

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    What a perfect waste of time

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