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    Quote Originally Posted by hambone
    try running the GD backwards, it results in a much smoother cable run.
    You'll have to purchase some 4mm cable housing and about 15 minutes of your time. But its worth it IMO. Cheers! Lookin' good!
    I noticed you're running a Cane Creek headset, has yours started to creak yet? Me and Tmoney are both running that headset, and have had nothing but creaks from them, the bearings actually move around inside the headcup, we took Tmoney's apart and discovered there was a pretty good amount of play between the bearings and the cup. Tmoney opted for an FSA after our discovery of this. Just wondering if we got a couple of jank headsets or if all of them potentially creak at some point.

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    cane creaking?

    No creaking yet but thanks for the warning. I actually just replaced the lower cup with a Flush version to steepen the front a tad (running the 66sl at 170mm). Feels pretty solid. However, let me ask you this: Any creaking from yer pivots? I've had the 6.6 for a couple months now and am developing a nice creak when pedalling hard. I guess if its not one thing, it another! Ah the joy! But overall, what a ride!

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    no creaking here.. I took off my shock and cycled thru the travel and everything seemed fine.

    I do get a clicking on my Z1 light though.. when I compress, and release, and when the shock is from about 1inch from full extension, there's a small 'click'.. from the left side (eta side).
    What is this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hambone
    No creaking yet but thanks for the warning. I actually just replaced the lower cup with a Flush version to steepen the front a tad (running the 66sl at 170mm). Feels pretty solid. However, let me ask you this: Any creaking from yer pivots? I've had the 6.6 for a couple months now and am developing a nice creak when pedalling hard. I guess if its not one thing, it another! Ah the joy! But overall, what a ride!
    You know I have not ANY creaking yet from the pivots, but I do try avoid mud holes if possible. I also just reinstalled all my pivot bolts since I just sent them off to ano a month or so ago, but no creaking . I do get a little cable slap on the seatube from routing the cables under the toptube and over the upper link.

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    Here's my lightweight build

    * Frame Size & Color: Medium Gloss Black
    * Fork: '05 Manitou Nixon Platinum
    * Shock: Fox DHX Air
    * Brakes: Magura Marta SL (180 front, 160 rear)
    * Cranks: XTR
    * Front Derailleur: XTR
    * Rear Derailleur: XTR
    * Pedals: Crank Brothers Candy 4Ti
    * Stem: Thomson Elite X4 100mm
    * Handlebar: Race Face Next SL Riser XC
    * Seatpost: Thomson Elite
    * Saddle: Fizik Gobi Ti
    * Bottom Bracket: XTR
    * Cassette: XTR
    * Headset: Woodman Saturn Solution
    * Grips: ODI Ruffian
    * Tires: Schwalbe Nobby Nic UST 2.1 w/ DT Tubeless kit
    * Wheelset: Industry 9 All Mountain w/DT Swiss 4.1d rims
    * Skewer: Salsa
    * Weight: 28.54 lbs.
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    Hum , those Insudtry 9 hubs look mighty fine

    ( oh and the rest of the bike too btw )

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    Quote Originally Posted by julmug2
    Hum , those Insudtry 9 hubs look mighty fine

    ( oh and the rest of the bike too btw )
    Thanks. The I9s are definitely living up to the hype. Silky smooth, very light and incredibly stiff. Not to mention the freewheel's buzz. Definitely giving King hubs a run for the money in the noise department.

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    What? No stickie for the 6.6?

    Thought I better post up the new 6.6 here with build specs before this thread dropped off the end of the 2nd page.

    Frame: Large Orange 6.6
    *Rider weight: 165lb
    *Rider height: 5' 11.5"

    *suspension: 07 Fox Vanilla. 36rc2/ Fox dhx air
    *brakes: Magura Louise FR 6" rear rotor, 8" front
    *cranks: Race Face Deus XC triple 42/34/22
    *front derailleur/rear d: XT/, SRAM X9
    *shifters: SRAM X9 Triggers
    *pedals: Time ATAC XS carbon
    *stem: Thomson x4 90mm- 0 degree's
    *handlebar: Answer Protaper Carbon 31.8 oversize bars
    *seatpost: Thomson Elite
    *saddle: WTB Pure V team
    *headset: FSA Orbit 1.5
    *grips: ODI rogue
    *tires (front/rear): F- Kenda Blue Groove 2.35 STICK-E, R- Nevegal 2.1 DTC
    *front wheel: Mavic X321 Magura FR hub 20 mm TA
    *rear wheel: Mavic X321 Magura FR hub -QR
    *weight: WAG: 33.25 lbs
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    Hey Moderator...Where's the stick already???

    I'm just sayin'
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    Sticky!

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    Another Orange Flava'.........

    So here it is:

    6point6 med. orange
    '07 Fox Van
    '06 Fox DHX Air

    Shifters, cranks, d'rails: Shimano XT's
    Bar: Azonic WF
    Stem: Race Face Diabolous
    HeadSet: Chris King (w/ BETD reducer kit...I think?)
    Brakes: Hayes 9
    Post: Thomson Elite
    Saddle: WTB Laser V
    Grips: ODI Yeti's

    As far as Wheelset, Tires, and Pedals...I haven't decided what I want, so I threw in some temp parts for now until I decide....not worth mentioning.






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    Sticky!

    STICKY!
    STICKY!
    STICKY!
    STICKY!
    STICKY!
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    STICKY!
    STICKY!

    Please?
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    Red HOT 6.6!!!

    Here's my insane off the chain 6.6

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    * Frame Size & Color: Red, Medium
    * Fork: '06 Marzocchi 66 Light
    * Shock: Fox DHX Air
    * Brakes: Avid Juicy 7 Carbon ( Rotors - 180 front/160 rear)
    * Cranks: RaceFace
    * Front Derailleur: XT
    * Rear Derailleur: SRAM X-0 Carbon Cage
    * Shifters SRAM X-0
    * Pedals: Crank Brothers Candy 4Ti
    * Stem: RaceFace 80mm
    * Handlebar: Easton Monkey Lite Hi-rise
    * Seatpost: SDG I-Beam
    * Saddle: SDG Bel Air ST I-Beam
    * Cassette: SRAM 990
    * Chain SRAM 991
    * Headset: FSA
    * Grips: Oury lock-on
    * Tires: Panaracer Fire FR 2.4 (front) and Kenda Nevegal 2.35 (rear)
    * Wheelset: Easton AM Havoc

    Props to The BikeCo in Lake Forest, CA for the build!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by HardCharger
    Here's my insane off the chain 6.6
    She's a hottie!!! Great to see that you've finally got her together bro. I know you'll be enjoying the new ride.

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    Large baby blue

    Dhx air rear shock
    Mav DUC 32 front/31.8 stem
    Answer 31.8 carbon bars
    Intense grips
    Magura Marta SL brakes
    XTR shifters, rear der
    XT crank, front der
    Thomson post
    wtb saddle
    959 pedals
    819 rims - Mav front hub, Hadley rear
    tires come and go

    weight as shown - 30.2lbs

    intended purpose - riding all day Colorado backcountry style. No lifts, just legs.
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    Small Red 6.6
    Fox Talas 36 RC2
    FSA Orbit Extreme Pro 1.5R

    IRD Stingray seat collar
    Thomson Elite stem
    Easten MonkeuLite SL
    Thomson Elite seat post
    WTB Rocket V SLT
    XTR chain
    XTR cassette
    SRAM X.O RD
    XTR FD
    Avid Juicy Carbon 160mm brakes
    SRAM XO shifers
    Oury grips
    XTR cranks
    Egg beater twin ti pedals

    Wheels
    Mavic 819 UST
    Chris King ISO ft and rear
    DT Aerolite spokes
    DT Swiss prolock brass
    Continenyal Gravity tyres

    Weight - 30lbs 3oz
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    Smile

    Bathroom scale reading 29.5 lbs.





    Definitely STICKY!

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    ^^ which headset reducer is that.... E13?

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    I'm going to guess and say yeah. It came off my old Nicolai Nucleon which was owned previously by Dave Weagle…so it would make sense that it was E13.

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    I'm going to guess and say yeah. It came off my old Nicolai Nucleon which was owned previously by Dave Weagle…so it would make sense that it was E13.

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    Quote Originally Posted by springfish
    I'm going to guess and say yeah. It came off my old Nicolai Nucleon which was owned previously by Dave Weagle…so it would make sense that it was E13.
    Dave Weagle owned a Nicolai????

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    Sure did. Nucleon ST. Here she is:



    Though after thinking about it, the ST had a 1 1/8 headtube. The reducers came off my Nicolai UFO, which doesn't help much as I still don't recall who made them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by springfish
    Sure did. Nucleon ST. Here she is:
    Interesting. He always posts stuff that sounds as if he is against gearboxes. So it came as a surprise that he owned one.....

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    Huh?

    Quote Originally Posted by iRider
    Interesting. He always posts stuff that sounds as if he is against gearboxes. So it came as a surprise that he owned one.....
    I don't know where you got that.

    On the contrary, take a look at these:

    Interview at descent-world - see Dave's answer to the 3rd to the last question by descent-world (DW)

    and

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    6.6

    Medium Java Frame, Fox DHX Air, Marzocchi 66RC2X fork, Truvative seat post, WTB saddle, Easton CF handle bars, Easton stem, Lizard Skin grips, Shimano XT cranks, Crank Bros. Mallet C pedals, Hayes brakes.
    I forgot to weigh it at the shop because I was so stoked to get it out of there and ride it.
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    6.6, small, pearl white, Push'd RP23
    Manitou Sherman Flick+
    Syncros CURE bars
    Thomson Elite 50mm stem
    FSA Orbit Extreme Pro 1.5R headset
    Hopey steering damper
    Shimano Saint brakes, 160mm rotors
    Sram X7 triggers
    Sram X9 rear derailleur
    Shimano LX front derailleur
    Hone cranks, e.Thirteen bashguard
    Crank Brothers Mallet pedals
    Thomson Elite seatpost
    WTB SpeedShe saddle
    Chris King hubs
    DT 4.1d rims
    Schwalbe Nobby Nic tires
    31 lbs


















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    That's the first 6.6 I've seen that qualifies as cute... must be the pink.
    Something about women in full face helmets. Grrrrowl!
    Nice bike CB.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigbadbolo
    Thanks. The I9s are definitely living up to the hype. Silky smooth, very light and incredibly stiff. Not to mention the freewheel's buzz. Definitely giving King hubs a run for the money in the noise department.
    I am very interested in your assessment of the Knoddy Nics run tubeless.
    They are supposed to be a very grippy tire wet and dry, and also roll very very well?
    Cheers

    Rob

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    @SuperKat7
    can measure the head end seatangle please an post it! That would be great!!! I´m very interested how it works with the 66 in front, specialliy climbing without ETA
    bye the way, your 6.6 looks great

    @cbharping
    is that a 150 or 170mm fork in the 6.6

    i still can´t decide between the 6.6 and the Uzzi

    Thanx

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    Quote Originally Posted by robbieracer
    I am very interested in your assessment of the Knoddy Nics run tubeless.
    They are supposed to be a very grippy tire wet and dry, and also roll very very well?
    Cheers

    Rob
    I'm very impressed with them.
    Rolling restistance is almost as good as semi slicks I've used before. Traction is excellent. They handle great in all surfaces under dry conditions (haven't tried them in all-out wet conditions though). The few times I've run into mud, they seemed to shed pretty well, and still had good traction.
    For a triple compound they seem to be long wearing, especially in comparison to Michellin XCR dry - dual compound.
    Air leakage is also very minimal. It's been over four months and I'll finally have to top it up for my next ride (mounted on DT 4.1d rims with their tubless kit).

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    Cheers for the info !

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    Quote Originally Posted by THBiker

    @cbharping
    is that a 150 or 170mm fork in the 6.6

    i still can´t decide between the 6.6 and the Uzzi

    Thanx
    It's a 150mm fork.

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    You Just Made My Night>>>>>way Sweet Bike.

    Quote Originally Posted by cbharping
    6.6, small, pearl white, Push'd RP23
    Manitou Sherman Flick+
    Syncros CURE bars
    Thomson Elite 50mm stem
    FSA Orbit Extreme Pro 1.5R headset
    Hopey steering damper
    Shimano Saint brakes, 160mm rotors
    Sram X7 triggers
    Sram X9 rear derailleur
    Shimano LX front derailleur
    Hone cranks, e.Thirteen bashguard
    Crank Brothers Mallet pedals
    Thomson Elite seatpost
    WTB SpeedShe saddle
    Chris King hubs
    DT 4.1d rims
    Schwalbe Nobby Nic tires
    31 lbs


















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    I Love your super nice the white looks great. I myself will be pushing my rp23,can you tell me how it (the rp23) feels and or rides..again great bike good luck.. peace....

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    Gorgeous!

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    ^^ that's in Whistler!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CRAZY FRED
    I Love your super nice the white looks great. I myself will be pushing my rp23,can you tell me how it (the rp23) feels and or rides..again great bike good luck.. peace....
    Love the rp23...even better when the guys at PUSH do their work on it! Makes all the difference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by peachy-B
    ^^ that's in Whistler!
    Yup...at the skills area!

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    CB! Nice bike, great shots.
    The small doesn't have that extra piece by the seat post?
    And the 66 fork is awesome for the person that asked me, but I don't have measurements for you yet, sorry.
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    I asked for the 66
    Ok...thanx i think i´ll try a new one and post you the pics

    does anybody know, if the 6.6 can be orderes without rear shock ...because i want a FOX DHX 5.0 coil

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    Quote Originally Posted by cbharping
    6.6, small, pearl white, Push'd RP23
    Manitou Sherman Flick+
    Syncros CURE bars
    Thomson Elite 50mm stem
    FSA Orbit Extreme Pro 1.5R headset
    Hopey steering damper
    Shimano Saint brakes, 160mm rotors
    Sram X7 triggers
    Sram X9 rear derailleur
    Shimano LX front derailleur
    Hone cranks, e.Thirteen bashguard
    Crank Brothers Mallet pedals
    Thomson Elite seatpost
    WTB SpeedShe saddle
    Chris King hubs
    DT 4.1d rims
    Schwalbe Nobby Nic tires
    31 lbs

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    Excellent CB but..... why no whistler report from Skull? some of us have been waiting to hear/read how the trip on the new bikes went? Him on his Uzzi and you on the new 6.6?
    some of us Homers would be interested in reading those comparos.

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    So this is how the replacement 6.6 (upgrade from the 5.5 that I kept breaking) came out. 66RC2X fork, RP23 shock -- I'm slightly concerned about the RP23, mostly because I don't think of the Float brand as "all mountain" or, shall we say, "durable." Might send it off to PUSH as well.

    Size large, color Java (not obvious due to overbright flash). Oh yeah...and a Gravity Dropper seat post, which is very groovy.

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    Lg. Ti Gray 6.6

    Here is my 6.6. I had a 5.5 as my main trail bike and when the 6.6 came out i figured that it was what I thought the 5.5 would be. I was not disappointed. I love this bike. The frame is only a 1/2 pound heavier than the 5.5. Its geometry is very adabtable to anything that I want to do with it. Heres my build.
    Frame:large 6.6 w/ RP3 rear shock
    Fork:Manitou Nixon platinum w/ IT system
    Wheelset: Mavic 519 w/ Hugi 240 rear hub, Mavic 517 w/ Hugi 240 front hub
    Tires: Syncros Point 'n Shoot... Very light and rolls fast. 2.35"
    Brakes: Hayes HFX Mag Carbons.... 7" front, 6" rear
    Shifters: Shimano XT
    Handlebar: Syncros Bulk
    Stem: Thomson
    Post: Thomson
    Cranks: Shimano XT 2 piece
    Derailers: XT front and rear
    Pedals: Crank Bros Mallet M
    Cassette: XT
    Headset: FSA Orbit Z1R

    WEIGHT: 30.1lbs
    The fork saves alot of weight as well as the wheelset and tires.
    Love the Nixon.
    Wheel set is 4 years old but never really needed trued.
    If your looking for a do everything bike this is it. Climbs as good as my 5.5 just not as snappy as far as the accleration. The payoff is the DH.
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    The stable

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    These are my current rides.

    '04 S-Works Enduro (hardly ride now that I got the Intense!) 27.7 lbs
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    The Intense is truly inspiring, while the Enduro is fun and reliable.

    Intense 6.6
    Frame: Blue Steel -medium
    *Rider weight: 182 lb
    *Rider height: 5' 9"

    *suspension: '07 Fox RC2 / Fox dhx air
    *brakes: Avid Juicy 7 6" rear rotor, 8" front
    *cranks: XTR 175mm
    *front derailleur/rear: XT, SRAM X-9
    *shifters: SRAM X-0 Gripshift
    *pedals: Shimano Platform
    *stem: Thomson
    *handlebar: MonkeyLite
    *seatpost: Bear Bone Titanium (135 grams but very strong)
    *saddle: Italia Flight
    *headset: FSA Orbit 1.5r
    *grips: Yeti ODI
    *tires (front/rear): F and R- Intense CC 2.25 with Stans
    *front wheel: Mavic Cross max XL- 20 mm TA
    *rear wheel: Mavic Cross max XL -QR
    *weight: 29.8 lbs w/out pedals not sure with

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    Minor Change

    OK, I changed the saddle.
    Better, right?
    36 pounds.
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    Great to see some different colours and specs. Mines being build up at the moment. (Medium, Gloss black/Mavic/Hope/Avid brakes and Raceface cranks).
    Iwanted to keep it reasonably light, but it was beginning to get a bit expensive!
    Hopefuly it will be around the 31/32lb mark.

    Can't wait to get it.


    Cheers,

    James.

    P.s, what % F & R sag are you guys running for hard trail use?
    Also, can anyone recommend a good lightweigh UST tyre 2.2/3 for autumn/winter use?

    Thanks again.

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    ...gotta keep this thread fresh...

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    6.6 Works

    *Frame: Medium Works 6.6
    *Rider weight: 72kg
    *Rider height: 181cm

    *suspension: 07 Fox Van 36rc2/4-Way Swinger (waiting for DHX Coil)
    *brakes: Formula ORO K24
    *cranks: XT M760 triple 44/32/22
    *front derailleur/rear d: LX/SRAM X9
    *shifters: SRAM X9 Triggers
    *pedals: Shimano M540
    *stem: Easton EA50 100mm
    *handlebar: Easton EA50 low-rise
    *seatpost: Thomson Elite
    *saddle: Selle SLR Gel Flow
    *headset: FSA
    *grips: Lizard Skins Northshore
    *tires (front/rear): Intense System 4 2.25
    *front wheel: DT Swiss EX 5.1, King ISO hub, 20 mm TA
    *rear wheel: DT Swiss EX 5.1, King ISO hub, QR
    *weight: around 15kg

    More pictures here.
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    Frame: Intense Red-Small
    *Rider weight: 207lb
    *Rider height: 5' 8"

    *suspension: Spinner Cargo Air / Fox dhx air
    *brakes: Avid Juicy 5 disc 6" rear rotor, 8" front
    *cranks: Deore XT 175mm
    *front derailleur/rear d: XT, SRAM X9
    *shifters: SRAM X9
    *pedals: Wellgo
    *stem: Easton EA70
    *handlebar: FSA XC 228
    *seatpost: Thomson Elite
    *saddle: X2
    *headset: Cane Creek Double XC short (Going to Change to FSA Xtreme Pro 1.5R)
    *grips: Tioga
    *tires (front/rear): WTB Wirewolf 2.1
    *front wheel: Mavic 317 with Tank Mithras 20 mm TA
    *rear wheel: Mavic 317 with Shimano M525
    *weight: 33 lbs

    (I still no sure about the CC Headset. But i am sure going to change to FSA)
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    Quote Originally Posted by rigel
    Anybody got a small frame in pearl white? I'd love to see pics of those...
    It is not mine, i just found it on a swiss page:


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