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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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    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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    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 doesnít 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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    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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    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!!!

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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.
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    For the new build
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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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    @kencamp. Very interesting bike. Would you please start a thread on the build of the "Fat GF". I would like to know how you modified the rear frame.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fresno View Post
    @kencamp. Very interesting bike. Would you please start a thread on the build of the "Fat GF". I would like to know how you modified the rear frame.


    From the photos, it looks to be just spacers. Maybe the entire back end bolts together in two or three pieces? Looks like a somewhat scary amount of spacers on the bb though...I think I would have gone with a profile setup for the bb, since it can be spaced externally to accomodate any shell width.

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    <table style="width:auto;"><tr><td><a href="https://picasaweb.google.com/lh/photo/KHRzJCi04T_1e4BCG0r2CPu6EwzffVG6hca5K99W5gk?feat=e mbedwebsite"><img src="https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-Q3eUvpWKRI4/TsCxM1Fa8ZI/AAAAAAAAE7k/A09LxB3y5Vk/s144/P1010264.JPG" height="108" width="144" /></a></td></tr><tr><td style="font-family:arial,sans-serif; font-size:11px; text-align:right">From <a href="https://picasaweb.google.com/116752897558557310618/26InchSlicks03?authuser=0&authkey=Gv1sRgCOSw-O2u4uC3uwE&feat=embedwebsite">26InchSlicks</a></td></tr></table>

    <table style="width:auto;"><tr><td><a href="https://picasaweb.google.com/lh/photo/Nd5W6GzrP8iF1LG7Gx0c0vu6EwzffVG6hca5K99W5gk?feat=e mbedwebsite"><img src="https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-k04tKUHqLJM/TsCxOzW5BOI/AAAAAAAAE7s/11SUVWSuBYQ/s144/P1010267.JPG" height="108" width="144" /></a></td></tr><tr><td style="font-family:arial,sans-serif; font-size:11px; text-align:right">From <a href="https://picasaweb.google.com/116752897558557310618/26InchSlicks03?authuser=0&authkey=Gv1sRgCOSw-O2u4uC3uwE&feat=embedwebsite">26InchSlicks</a></td></tr></table>

    Now if only the actual bike would get here.

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    Saltyman....we've got twins

    Recent purchases include Edinburgh Bicycle racks (Thank you to Yodagoat for these ) Jandt frame bag & a Smart 1 Watt rear LED light. It's eye searingly bright with the main LED on. It's also got a "Group riding" mode which shuts the big LED off & keeps the two smaller ones lit.









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    DSC00169 by Johnclimber

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    Plus a Salsa Mukluk frame bag turned up but the wife hid it for Christmas

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    Just got a new Endo and a Revelate Seatbag.
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    100mm Phil Stainless bottom bracket, Aluminum mounting rings, Dirt Shields
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    ^^^ Sweet. I didn't know dirt shields were available. I made my own ....but just ordered a set from Phil. Thanks (!)

    I'm waiting on my Izumi V track chain, Phil 20t cog ( have a Rohloff ) and new chainring to finally finish my Pugs ( again )

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    The new wheelset built and ready to go
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    Quote Originally Posted by G-reg View Post
    Just got a new Endo and a Revelate Seatbag.
    Love this photo! Perfect example of our enthusiasm being instilled in the future generations. What are the chances this young man will soon be posting his own opinions on all things two-wheeled? I like the odds.
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    Hopey steering dampner, first ride today with it installed on the Pugs and it worked great, kept the front end from wandering.



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    We the people ... Keep the front end from wandering...?

    I've got one too. Mine is called a wife. :-)

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    A small part but its these little quality components that I really love. A homebrewed 31T chainring. I'm going to need to dremel the RaceFace cranks to make it work. But only a little.

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    Thanks brown santa

    Today's shipment.

    (E3 light isn't for the 907, but I'm excited about it and it was in the box)
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    Technically not purchased, but Paul sent some shims to take play out of my LoveLevers.
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    Fat Sheba's hot off round one with the the drill press.
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    i love ESI grips, and wanted an upgrade from the thinner rubber on the pugsley........

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    FYI fatheads, Speedgoat is having a black friday sale -20% (use coupon code; black9), they will also honor an instant price match from MBP/My Bike Pro ($529.99), free shipping and no tax. So I just ordered my wife a 2011 Surly Pugsley frame and fork for $424 delivered. Sale ends 11/27. Merry X-mas!
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    Custom frame bag and booster rocket seat pack from Porcelain Rocket.


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    Ordered a set of black bar mitts from Bass Pro yesterday but they haven't shown up yet.

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    That makes me so excited for my TPR stuff that should be coming in the next few weeks!!!

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    Well, not fat specific, but will enable me to ride longer at night now with the shorter days.....

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    Switching everything to 1/8"

    Waiting on my Phil cog and HBC ring.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sfuller View Post
    Custom frame bag and booster rocket seat pack from Porcelain Rocket.


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    Very nice...

    Scott's working on my custom bags as we speak. I'm stoked to hit the OR Dunes this winter and test them out...
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnny settle View Post
    FYI fatheads, Speedgoat is having a black friday sale -20% (use coupon code; black9), they will also honor an instant price match from MBP/My Bike Pro ($529.99), free shipping and no tax. So I just ordered my wife a 2011 Surly Pugsley frame and fork for $424 delivered. Sale ends 11/27. Merry X-mas!
    Sadly I can't the coupon to work...it accepts it, but I don't get 20% off a suspension fork I put in my cart. Is the 20% only good for certain items?
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    No frostbitten toes this year: Lake MXZ302's, RBH VaperTherm socks, Toasty Feet "Aerogel Infused" insoles. The insoles are about 1/2 as thick as the wooly ones that come with the Lakes but just as warm...how much Aerogel is actually involved is suspect.
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    crankset waiting 4 frame
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    New set of drilled Flat Top 80mm rims that will get laced to the new Hope Pro 2 Evo hub... Waiting on front hub (9:zero:7) and spokes (DT Swiss super comps)

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    Mary and Nate(s)

    Here are my non-stock items for Pugs.
    Just took my newly built-up frameset out on its maiden voyage this AM.
    My other frame was damaged so I just swapped out the components.
    The Titanium annodized Mary bars were great and gave me confidence and control.
    The Thomson Stem is a new addition as well 100 x 31.8 x 10.
    The Nates F & R were superb for the conditions today, still some mud and puddles on the trails after a rainstorm last week so traction was great semi-dry/wet .
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    Lame, low-quality garage door shot, I know. But just got it built tonight and this is the cleanest it will ever be, so had to seize the opportunity.

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    Keen "Brixen"

    Just picked these up for this winter on my Mukluk.
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    I actually find myself wanting it to get cold so I can test these. They stay the hell away from my ankles while holding onto the rest of my foot. It's mid 30s and balmy here, so I don't know if they work yet.

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    Epoxy, hardener, a different kind of epoxy and hardener, vacuum bag fasteners, gum tape...

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    I got these cranks for 56% off. The short pink ones just wouldn't sell.

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    I'm no homophobe, but I'm no fan of pink, so a 30 minute date with Greased Lightning and a wire brush gave me this:

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    Front and rear racks for my 907, Revolution Adventure Pannier Rack Mountain:



    Great value for £14.99. I already had one for rear but the new ones are just slightly different, with slightly larger tubing and still lighter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wadester View Post
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    Nice green Profiles

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    Well, I'm excited. Fancy core foam is all that's left in the mail. Wish I had more to throw at this hobby.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drew Diller View Post
    I got these cranks for 56% off. The short pink ones just wouldn't sell.

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    I'm no homophobe, but I'm no fan of pink
    Damn! I ought have purchased them for my wifeís red 9:zero:7 build (itís a Christmas present, she doesnít know about it yet). I have a whole buttload of purple, red, and pink anodized components set aside for her bike build, but hadnít really thought about the crankset.
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    Color coding

    I replaced the 44T with bash guard and changed the black middle ring to a gold colored one. Now I wonder if two gold colored bolts would be better looking than four.
    Neither of my boxers got into pic


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    Yippie!
    I will have a squishy fork on my 9zero7 soon! Just waiting on 29er kit & axle adapter....
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    Quote Originally Posted by jaydrunkenpee View Post
    Boom.

    Quote Originally Posted by Shark View Post
    Yippie!
    I will have a squishy fork on my 9zero7 soon! Just waiting on 29er kit & axle adapter....
    Congrats Shark I'm glad It's finally coming together for ya!

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    New 9:zero:7 fork from Trail Cycle in Forest Lake,MN ...great lbs to deal with. I think the fork looks awesome on my 2011 907....
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    I realize I didn't get this pic up as soon as I said I would. Here's the Ground Control handlebar bag from Procelin Rocket. The drypack to the left is not included in the price and is a 10L waterproof bag from OR. The idea being you don't have to unhook your bag from the bike, just pull out the drybag from inside. Cool, huh? The picture does not due these items justice; the 10L drysack has room to spare inside the bag, plus you have the little accessories bag too. Not just for the fatbike but the monstercross bike too, which I'm commuting with.
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    Built myself a new unicycle wheel. It's only 30mm wider than my other one, hope it fits in my frame



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    New Fatback

    A whole new Fatback!!! Actually got it about a month ago, but loving it! Just added the Niterider MiNewt 600 light but haven't ridden with it yet.
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    Carver My Ti handlbars - the 1.55mm version. About 375g



    The Ti kinda fits better than the black of the Clarence.
    Let the market decide!

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    Finally, these were delivered today !
    Also i got a new can of talcumpowder with a fresh menthol smell.
    Now if only the rain and heavy winds will stop...
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    Moon Landing

    Got into town and picked this up last night -and got a snow day today ('cuz nobody in sw NM knows how to deal with ice/snow).

    Sparkly!
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    A spare fat wheelset is never a bad thing Getting a killer deal on them is even better.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Beachcomber View Post
    A whole new Fatback!!! Actually got it about a month ago, but loving it! Just added the Niterider MiNewt 600 light but haven't ridden with it yet.
    Way To Go
    Nice ta see ya wearing da green laddie!
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    Quote Originally Posted by wadester View Post
    Got into town and picked this up last night -and got a snow day today ('cuz nobody in sw NM knows how to deal with ice/snow).

    Sparkly!
    Congrats. I am waiting for mine. Question: This the color is that sparkly? Is it the way it photographs? Or I am goimg to have to get used to glitter?

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    2nd wheelset build of the year!!

    Uma 90's
    Jeff Jones front Hub
    Salsa rear hub
    DT db spokes
    Black brass Nipples
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    New front hub...now we are ready to build some wheels!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fresno View Post
    Congrats. I am waiting for mine. Question: This the color is that sparkly? Is it the way it photographs? Or I am goimg to have to get used to glitter?
    Yes, it's that sparkly. It's metal flake black, but with enough small flakes to be closer to dark grey/metallic black. The full frame shot is a little less sparkly than in person, whereas the closeup is a little more - and shows more glittery color than seemed to be there in person.

    You'll just need to accessorize properly:

    Note that the pics were in bright sun.
    This isn't a "you're doing it wrong" topic.

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    Black pug. Gift from wife. Love it and her of course.
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    Brought home a new Mukluk 2.


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    Goods from CRC

    Conti DH tube


    Atlas FR cranks


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    WERD is the word

    135mm Medium with Susitina build
    upgrades-
    127 TPI tires including BFL up front
    XT front derrailleur
    McGrath wheel set
    Thompson post

    I also got a pair of 520's and a floor pump because my hand pump might take a while with a BFL.

    no big deal..........................
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    Revelate Designs Viscacha Seat Bag and Gas Tank...in action

    Saturday ride out by Minnehaha Falls on a 25 mile loop around Minneapolis and down to Fort Snelling State Park. Headed out just after the snow started to the river and out to the Falls. Dropped down into Fort Snelling State Park for a quick tool around and started heading back as it was already pretty dark. A final stop to enjoy a nice frozen donut from my seat bag on the train bridge between Harriet and Calhoun then round the lake into Uptown and home.

    Great Gear! Great Day!
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    That green frame rocks!

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    Trumpets- awesome pics, that is a good time waiting to happen.

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    Kingpin....nice well equipped bike

    Trumpits.....cool Christmas presents

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    £15 Coyote Canti brake mount mini rack from Amazon...

    Gosford Bay beachride by coastkid71, on Flickr

    A new Stewart Tartan seat ...

    Gosford Bay beachride by coastkid71, on Flickr

    And some matching dust caps ...

    Pugsley winter prep by coastkid71, on Flickr
    plan it...build it....ride it...love it....
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    ^^^ Nice....

    ....and glad you're back CK

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    Setting up a new stem on my Pugs.
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    Archi-Enduro purcahsed from local Urge dealer. With its few holes - great helmet for colder days.
    And used SC32, but this one is for summer setup


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    Suba what kind of stem is that??? It looks Ti, and it looks badass!
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    It's a custom Black Sheep 120/15* I need to get the face plate on yet which is also Ti. I found out most Ti stems have aluminum face plates, and didn't want to go there.

    Besides the 120/15* spec, I had three main criteria...

    ....overbuilt...overbuilt...and overbuilt

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    I should probably be saving money for xmas presents but i guess it's a gift to myself!

    used frame and cranks
    new wheels just finished
    handlebars to match
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    My two-fer . . . Alfine 11 and a Nate.
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    Broke my old cdale pump, so bought a new, more fatbike-friendly one.
    Topeak Joe-Blow Mountain with HUUUGE barrel.

    And a pair of 47 mm trial rims for summer setup.



    onza hog rear (doublewalled), 810 grams
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    Some Jeff Jones love.


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    Team Green

    The latest is a pair of Surly's lime green Rolling Darryls. The colors remind me of a mid-90s Muzzy Kawasaki superbike, just reversed.

    Go Scott Ru$$ell!
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    Quote Originally Posted by bdundee View Post
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    Yeah, I'd say that thing rolls a bit smooth compared to my bike right now, hehe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trumpits View Post
    WERD is the word

    135mm Medium with Susitina build
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    McGrath wheel set
    Thompson post

    I also got a pair of 520's and a floor pump because my hand pump might take a while with a BFL.

    no big deal..........................
    There's no way you that Big Fat Larry is gonna fit in a 9zero7 fork.

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