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    A "DEMONIC" Chilcotin

    "DEITY"...Bars, saddle, seat clamp, stem, crankset and sprocket.
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    That! Is! Gorgeous!


    And, that is a hilarious photo shoot spot!

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    Nice

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    Not usually a fan of matching "theme" bikes but this one is really nice. Well done
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    Nice Chili!

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    That is a super sweet build! I can't decide what I like more though - how great the bike looks, or the fact that it's on the kitchen table?!?

    Awesome!

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    Dinner is served!

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    Nice build, if I put my bike on the kitchen table for a photo op my wife would cut my balls off. Actually if she found out what a complete Knolly build cost.....

    I rarely see the "BMX" type of cranks on a build. Is the spindle on the cranks a Diety 165mm ti? I have a 6" ti Profile spindle on my SS and the cranks seem to work their way loose ever so slightly about every hour into a ride. Also, what bb is on there? I've gone through 2 Profile 19mm external cup bb bearings this year. It's aggravating but I like the look.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobmol View Post
    Nice build, if I put my bike on the kitchen table for a photo op my wife would cut my balls off. Actually if she found out what a complete Knolly build cost.....

    I rarely see the "BMX" type of cranks on a build. Is the spindle on the cranks a Diety 165mm ti? I have a 6" ti Profile spindle on my SS and the cranks seem to work their way loose ever so slightly about every hour into a ride. Also, what bb is on there? I've gone through 2 Profile 19mm external cup bb bearings this year. It's aggravating but I like the look.
    My wife didn't care that the bike was on the table until I wheelie dropped from it!! The Deity Vandetta crankset is actually a DH set. It's the 153 non-titanium spindle for more durability/strength with their Embassy BB. Incredible company/customer service and great bomber parts. I just ordered another crankset for the Podium build this winter.

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    Thanks for the info. I did not know they sold direct to the consumer. What spindle length did you get for the Podium, 165? I was thinking about the same set-up for my Podium.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobmol View Post
    Thanks for the info. I did not know they sold direct to the consumer. What spindle length did you get for the Podium, 165? I was thinking about the same set-up for my Podium.
    Yes, 165 spindle for the Podium.

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    hahaha sweet build ! Love the red and black
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    Ha ha ha I love the photo spot!

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    Beautiful bike and I it really compliments the kitchen. I think it would make a great Thanksgiving dinner centerpiece.
    "sounds like you need to find a better mechanic..." -- Calhoun

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    Front brakes are overrated.
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    Knolly Chili. It's what for dinner. Bike looks nice. Switch those tires to some Minions to stay even more with the theme not to mention a better tire

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    Killer build.

    What did you do to get that finish on the fork?

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    Painted fork

    I very meticulously covered the stanchions with painters tape and paper towels and spray painted it "Flat Black".

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