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    My new SL (posted by GF)

    What Santa brought me Slightly under 22 lbs. with pedals.




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    A Sweet looker..................

    Nice......it appears you're running a 2x9! What are the chain ring and rear cog sizes? How do you like it?

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    It is a 22 inner and 36 outer with an 11/34 cassette. Love it so far!

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    Drop in?... Anyone?
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    N-i-c-e!
    "Money can't buy you happiness. But it can buy you a yacht and you can sail right up next to it!" David Lee Roth

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    Nice ride

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    That bike is awesome! Love the pink Hope brakes. I would like to run those on my Rigormootis, but I have v-brake only Crossmax SL's, so I'm out of luck for now.

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    Looks great. Just wondering...Does the fork hit the down tube when turned. The clearance looks real close on small frames.

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    It actually has a pretty good bit of clearance.

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    I just ordered a YBB myself! I really like yours. I hope mine turns out as well. I will also be running Hope brakes, but with black roters and carbon levers. I'm considering a SID like you're running. Is that a 80mm or 100mm SID on your bike? I kind of like the look of the SID, because it gives the illusion of having more travel than you really do, since more stancion shows. Is the fork working well for you? I'm lightweight (and I'm guessing you are too since it's a small bike), so it seems like a SID would be fine. Also, on your 2X9 setup, do you still just use normal 3X9 shifters or ??? Any problems with the chain falling off to the outside?

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