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    Still dialing in the travel.........right now it's at 63mm and the a-c is 469 which is only 1mm over stock but still trying different air tubes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fat907 View Post
    Still dialing in the travel.........right now it's at 63mm and the a-c is 469 which is only 1mm over stock but still trying different air tubes
    But is that 63mm without sag? 80mm with sag should put you pretty close to stock geometry?
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    Yeah... We got the wrong air tube in it right now... They sent the one for a 26" instead of a 29" fork... It will be real close to stock

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    Scottish Puffin

    Puffins finally landed in Uk

    Here,s mine

    From NE Scotland Just in time for Holidays to the West Coast







    Really happy with it. Great handling

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    Those Puffins are handsome bikes. Good to see it's all come good in the end.
    As little bike as possible, as silent as possible.
    Latitude: 57º36' Highlands, Scotland

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    It was a good week for the Pugsley

    Gravity Dropper Descender post, Thomson Carbon Riser Bars, Thomson Elite Stem,On-One Carbon Fatty Fork.
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    Ridea M4-S1 oval chainring with narrow/wide teeth. When it comes to oval chainrings, these guys have them in pretty much any BCD you can think of. This 32T goes down to the diameter of a 30T when pedaling through the dead spot and grows to a 34T in the power stroke.



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    And to think that no one gave BioPace any merit 30 years ago.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leopold Porkstacker View Post
    And to think that no one gave BioPace any merit 30 years ago.
    It's normal, the Biopace conception was stupid.
    The oval fixation moved by 180 degrees on the crankset. It could not work correctly.

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    Small frame bag holds a bottle and all the tools and such that I need to take on a 2-4 hour ride.

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    Atlas bars:

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    Couple new wheels

    Rear laced to a new A8

    Can't wait to get all the parts on her and put it through the wringer this coming stomping season.

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    100mm Race Face stem to go with the Atlas bars. Reach is pretty much perfect now, super happy with it:



    And a WTB Pure V, which my backside likes and is on my other bikes.



    I picked up a Dave's Mud Shovel as well, but won't be putting it on until winter/mud season.
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    New carbon fork for Niner semifat update.
    Farley needed some facelift too so i built new front wheel.

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    Bluto at 100mm and KS LEV 272 dropper post. No need to slow down any more.
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    Your Latest Fatbike Related Purchase (pics required!)

    Better and lighter tires for my terrain, installed the King HS off of another frame I had hanging around. Also switched the stock cassette for an almost new pg-990 I had as well. Between tires/tubes/cassette I took 3 lbs off this week, for about ~$150
    26" isn't dead, it just got FAT



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    OneUp + XT 11-36 for my Fatboy:

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    Finally got some safety on my rack.

    Here is a shot of my Thule double with trailer lights installed. I usually carry two bikes and the lights worked great but when I put the Thule extender on I couldn't see the lights again so back to the store and another set of lights. They are independently wired so I just plug in the set I need.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gcappy View Post
    Here is a shot of my Thule double with trailer lights installed. I usually carry two bikes and the lights worked great but when I put the Thule extender on I couldn't see the lights again so back to the store and another set of lights. They are independently wired so I just plug in the set I need.

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    I always appreciate a little imagination. That's impressive, and I especially like the lights for self preservation.

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    With just the two bike rack on and two fatties the tail lights are totally obscured. I had to do something before an accident occurred. I also have a six road bike rack for the roof. I don't know why but my vehicle is always chosen as the team ride.

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    Shift-Up 177mm x 12mm and 142mm x 15mm Thru-Axle.
    70 grams less heavy than my DT-Swiss RWS.

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    Where did you buy these?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mortenste View Post
    Where did you buy these?
    Shift-Up in France.
    It's a special order but I think he doesn't export in USA.

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    maybe to norway

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    Quote Originally Posted by mortenste View Post
    maybe to norway
    Yes I think It's possible for Norway.
    Contact him.

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