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    Your Latest Fatbike Related Purchase (pics required!)

    Not to take from the "Daily Fatbike Leaning Against Something" Thread....But, let's see the new toys.

    I'm still gathering stuff for the annual Pugsley Overhaul. In the pic Avid Full Metal Jacket housing, 3M reflective black tape (for rim strip), 34t White ENO Chainring, Revelate Designs Sling.

    *Edit* adding pic of new camera, Nikon AW100. Should play in the cold better than the old cheapo point and shoot.
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    Slowly slipping to retrogrouchyness

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    Lynskey's having a "Make Us Say No" sale!!!


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    I'm in the process of collecting parts, and have a ton of stuff in the mail. Recieved these a couple of weeks ago. They're safely tucked away in my office draw, nestled up to a Sram TT900 lever, and a fizik gobi, to keep warm. They're 165s which may stumpy legs prefer.
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    A big boy did it, and ran away.
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    slight update for my pugsley.........

    before the winter sets in, i wanted some sort of protection from the wet/rain/snow/slush whatever is on the ground basically.....as these 3.8 tyres throw up spray like an articulated lorry

    fat bikes are tough to get guards for, not many are over 100mm wide, so no point or purpose, i decided to get something with both.....racks with a flat top, for protection and usefull for my bag, and other items.

    this is what most people go for.

    rather than spend £110 per rack for surly ones, i have opted for £14.99 racks from edinburgh cycles, they go straight on, though you have to change a bolt or two for better fitment, and the legs go on the outside one side, then inside the other, due to the offset frame and forks.

    they accept the 3.8 rubber with ease, and will protect me from the main spray and slush that ends up in the old bum crack










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    heres a link to the racks i bought, incase anyone wanted to read up......

    Revolution Adventure Pannier Rack Mountain (£14.99)
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    On-One Mary Bars, Moose Mitts, and a Niterider MiNewt 350 Cordless light.
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    Brown dropped this off earlier. Talk about bright...
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    Green green, it's green they say......
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    This isn't a "you're doing it wrong" topic.

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    wadester please tell me you are getting a green frame.
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    Quote Originally Posted by apbtlvr View Post
    Brown dropped this off earlier. Talk about bright...

    Oh baby! I have sold 5 of these in the last month out of our shop in Southern Idaho.....love'em!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wadester View Post
    Green green, it's green they say......
    Sweet set of goods. Kermit would be jealous!
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    Here it is:


    I have to wait until Christmas before I can do anything with it, since my wife doesn’t know about it, nor does she know about the red size small 9:zero:7 that Santa Claws is getting her.
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    World of Bikes - Iowa City - Rim Transplant
    red rolling darryls and a new white industries m-16 front hub
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    Nate is Gnarly

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    Some cables came in. The "Hyper" cables are die extruded(meaning they are actually round) WITHOUT any teflonish coating. And some replacement lining for the Nokon/Fullmetal jacket housing. I can't stand mushy brakes. And some lube!
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    Last edited by G-reg; 11-12-2011 at 04:37 PM.
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    My eXTRa wide hubs

    Now all I need is new rims, and spokes, and tires..............
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    Quote Originally Posted by sryanak View Post
    Now all I need is new rims, and spokes, and tires..............
    Those are soooo cool! I know you have explained in the past how you've made them, but a whole thread full of pics sure would be nice!!!
    And I love beer!!

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    sryanak that is awesome! I'd like to do that to a SON hub.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sryanak View Post
    Now all I need is new rims, and spokes, and tires..............

    Ooooo, cool. One of my biggest issues with upgrading wheels in the fat bike world is giving up cup and cone hubs.
    Slowly slipping to retrogrouchyness

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    For the new build
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    And I love beer!!

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    Empty boxes

    All I have is empty boxes now, just finished building what I call my Big Fat Gary Fisher. It rides great and was fun to build, it weighs 35 lbs.
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    Full Suspension Fatty!!! I want!!!

    How much clearance is there?

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    Holy crap that is schaweeeet!

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    Porcelain rocket frame bag!!!
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    ^^^^Just received Scott's new Ground Control handlebar bag. I'll get a pic tomorrow.

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