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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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    Hinge pin was not provided; 10-32 screw works.

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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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    '07 Spec Enduro
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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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    Bluto for my Farley 7......and switched to summer 29+ modeName:  IMG_1198-27-03-17-09-57.jpeg
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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
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    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.
    Get fAt, Stay fAt, Ride fAt
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