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    Thanks for the reply! Any idea what msrp will be for the wheelset?

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    No problem! MSRP will be $1,999.95.
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    Proper torque for a Ritchey Breakaway Ti cross- What should the seat cluster frame bolt and the seat post binder bolt be torqued to? If it matters, I am running a Ritchey WCS carbon fiber one bolt seatpost. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtnradsem View Post
    Proper torque for a Ritchey Breakaway Ti cross- What should the seat cluster frame bolt and the seat post binder bolt be torqued to? If it matters, I am running a Ritchey WCS carbon fiber one bolt seatpost. Thanks.
    Keep it between 5-8 Nm and you should be good.
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    Hi Dave -

    I found a Ritchey frame and fork that has "P 0188" serial number. It's white. I haven't been able to find a serial number like this (or a white Comp or P23) in any of the databases or old catalogs. The sticker indicates Logic Prestige tubing, and it has another sticker that says World Champions 89-91-92. So I'm guessing it's a 93 or 94? Any idea how I would tell the year? Is it a Tom Ritchey-worked frame or full-on import?

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    Unfortunately we here at Ritchey were really bad about keeping old catalogs and records of that stuff. Your best bet would be to talk to the folks at oldmountainbikes.com or First Flight Bicycles.
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    Hey dave,
    I have a 110mm Ritchey comp stem on my 29er, and due to my size (5'4")' it is tad too long. I was wondering why there is no short one like 40 to 50mm comp in the market. would the company makes one? I have seen other companies making one, but rather to stay with Ritchey ( I have stem,bar, and seat post made by Ritchey).

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    Quote Originally Posted by memi View Post
    Hey dave,
    I have a 110mm Ritchey comp stem on my 29er, and due to my size (5'4")' it is tad too long. I was wondering why there is no short one like 40 to 50mm comp in the market. would the company makes one? I have seen other companies making one, but rather to stay with Ritchey ( I have stem,bar, and seat post made by Ritchey).
    I wish we could produce every size like that across the board. Unfortunately, as a business, we have to look at the sizes that the majority of people need. And, up until recently with the rising popularity of the 29er, sizes between 80 and 130mm was more than adequate. People needing much larger or smaller would move up or down a size frame accordingly. However, as you've obviously noticed, 29ers change that a bit, especially if you're 5'4".

    We have some other options that could work for you and get you in a similar position as putting a 50mm stem on, but as I always say, when dealing with fit and changing around component angles and sizes, it's best to consult a professional at a bike shop or bike fit studio.

    That said, you'd mentioned that you have a 110mm now, and it's only a tad too long. Going from a 110 to a 50 or 40mm stem is not only a drastic change in position, but also in how your bike will ride. If it only feels a little off currently, then maybe you only need a small change like a 90 or 80mm stem (which we make in a Comp level). Some shops will let you try out a size or two before you buy. It's worth taking advantage of if they offer it.

    Fit is a complicated beast, good luck.
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    Hey Dave!

    I'm looking at Ritchey Superlogic MTB clincher wheels. Very nice, light and even cheap! Two questions about them:

    1. They are not officialy tubeless ready, but it seems that tubeless conversion is done very easy. Am I right?

    2. Is rear hub convertible to anything else than 135x9? If I'm not mistaken, those are DT Swiss hubs, and all DT Swiss hubs are convertible to different axles, except DT180/190.
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    Hi there,, quick question to the P-29 frame:

    Anyone know how Ritchey has measured the 70 degree head tube angle?
    Which fork length was been used?
    I assume 100mm, but compressed with sag (around??? 20mm?) or not?

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    Gentle ping to @ritchey_dave regarding the measured geometrie of the P-29:
    Would be great to know which fork height axle-crown was being used for the geometry chart?
    In addition which chain lines does the P-29 frame support? 46/48/50mm?

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    P-29er

    Wondering if there is any update as to when these frames will make it to Australian shores? Had it on order for a while now and that dream I had of having it under the christmas tree is long gone. Can't wait to get the big wheels rolling but it's a bit of a challenge without the frame.

    Cheers

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    Ritchey_Dave, how do I pull a good shot of espresso?

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    Quote Originally Posted by evil zlayo View Post
    Hey Dave!

    I'm looking at Ritchey Superlogic MTB clincher wheels. Very nice, light and even cheap! Two questions about them:

    1. They are not officialy tubeless ready, but it seems that tubeless conversion is done very easy. Am I right?

    2. Is rear hub convertible to anything else than 135x9? If I'm not mistaken, those are DT Swiss hubs, and all DT Swiss hubs are convertible to different axles, except DT180/190.
    1. Yeah, they're not officially tubeless ready but with something like a Stan's kit they can easily be converted.

    2. I hear there is a 142x12 conversion kit available to us to produce, however we currently don't. DT Swiss might make one that works but I don't know for sure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by omega1848 View Post
    Hi there,, quick question to the P-29 frame:

    Anyone know how Ritchey has measured the 70 degree head tube angle?
    Which fork length was been used?
    I assume 100mm, but compressed with sag (around??? 20mm?) or not?
    The 70 degrees refers to the the angle of the headtube in relation to the floor with a 100mm travel fork installed. No sag or compression taken into consideration.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dean Learner View Post
    Wondering if there is any update as to when these frames will make it to Australian shores? Had it on order for a while now and that dream I had of having it under the christmas tree is long gone. Can't wait to get the big wheels rolling but it's a bit of a challenge without the frame.

    Cheers
    Your local bike shop should be able to special order one from our Australian distributor.

    Dirt Works Australia
    Phone: + 61 2 9679 8400
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    Email: ritchey@dirtworks.com.au

    You can contact them to find out where you might get one too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by francois View Post
    Ritchey_Dave, how do I pull a good shot of espresso?

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    Well, I only know how to pull a perfect espresso shot. And that's really more of a gift than a skill.
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    Thanks for the fast response Dave but the frame has already been ordered (Sept 2011). Just wondering when you expect them to ship as you stated they'd ship in a few weeks a few weeks ago.

    I hear the delay is because rather than manufacture them in Taiwan you now have Tom madly welding away to get them completed and you can't rush perfection

    As for the perfect espresso shot a bit of Chris King Precision helps there (but seeing as I don't have 10 posts yet I can't post the link - vimeo video 28895374)



    Quote Originally Posted by ritchey_dave View Post
    Your local bike shop should be able to special order one from our Australian distributor.

    You can contact them to find out where you might get one too.

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    Torque for WCS carbon one bolt seat post

    Quote Originally Posted by mtnradsem View Post
    Proper torque for a Ritchey Breakaway Ti cross- What should the seat cluster frame bolt and the seat post binder bolt be torqued to? If it matters, I am running a Ritchey WCS carbon fiber one bolt seatpost. Thanks.
    By the way, what is the proper torque on the one bolt WCS carbon seatpost saddle clamping mechanism? Thanks.

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    Never mind, I see the clamp is marked with 12 nm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dean Learner View Post
    Thanks for the fast response Dave but the frame has already been ordered (Sept 2011). Just wondering when you expect them to ship as you stated they'd ship in a few weeks a few weeks ago.

    I hear the delay is because rather than manufacture them in Taiwan you now have Tom madly welding away to get them completed and you can't rush perfection

    As for the perfect espresso shot a bit of Chris King Precision helps there (but seeing as I don't have 10 posts yet I can't post the link - vimeo video 28895374)
    That's one of my favorite Chris King components! We totally have one here and they do actually make an espresso shot taste better, don't ask me how.

    As far as your frame, yes, Tom is tirelessly welding away to try and keep up with demand

    Actually, it's hard to say what's going on with your order from our US office over here as our European office deals with that part of the world. If you feeling like you're getting the run around by your shop I'd check with the distributor.
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    hey ritchety_dave, thanks for the heads up on excelsports online dealer - they were great and my P29 will be in my garage very soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redvtwin2 View Post
    hey ritchety_dave, thanks for the heads up on excelsports online dealer - they were great and my P29 will be in my garage very soon.
    Awesome! You'll love it, can't wait to hear your feedback!
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    Thanks Dave,

    Contacted DirtWorks previously but thought I'd go straight to the source first since I saw you on the forum.

    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dean Learner View Post
    Thanks Dave,

    Contacted DirtWorks previously but thought I'd go straight to the source first since I saw you on the forum.

    Cheers
    I would be the source for the US, Dirt Works is your guy for Australia though.
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    New question here. Stem length on P-29er

    I just bought a 21"in P-29er frame. It's living in a cardboard box inside a bike shop until I can scrap money together to make it role. I'm researching stem length and for my new steed and need to get it right the first time because I don't have enough money to buy the wrong part. My old bike was an old 26in wheeled Large Cannondale with a top tube of 25in and stem of 120mm w/ 10degree rise. The setup was nice for my long torso and arms and i would like to get close to that same feel on the bike. I was thinking of going with a 100mm stem but worry that may feel too cramped. Any ideas on what my stem length should be on this P-29er without having to go through the trial and error?

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    Quote Originally Posted by antibody View Post
    I just bought a 21"in P-29er frame. It's living in a cardboard box inside a bike shop until I can scrap money together to make it role. I'm researching stem length and for my new steed and need to get it right the first time because I don't have enough money to buy the wrong part. My old bike was an old 26in wheeled Large Cannondale with a top tube of 25in and stem of 120mm w/ 10degree rise. The setup was nice for my long torso and arms and i would like to get close to that same feel on the bike. I was thinking of going with a 100mm stem but worry that may feel too cramped. Any ideas on what my stem length should be on this P-29er without having to go through the trial and error?
    If you're looking for the same position, just make measurements of your current setup and apply them to your new frame. If doesn't feel cramped on your 26" it shouldn't feel cramped on the P-29er. Here's a great article on how to measure your current position:
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    one for the rep.

    Hi RitcheyDave, weight question, I had my LBS order me up a WCS Alloy 1-bolt 27.2/350 seatpost, when it came in I did a comparison on my current post. I was surprised to see the WCS came in actually at 230grams, when the site made claims to 195....I really liked the post but the weight savings I was hoping for wernt there....any thoughts?
    Thank You.

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    We are in the process of updating some of our weights to reflect current production. The 195g weight you saw reflects the seatpost weight prior to the latest CEN test standard, which forced all cycling component manufacturers to slightly increase weights of many handlebars and seatposts. Rest assured your post is still very light compared to anything else on the market within that price range. Sorry for the confusion.
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    Thanks Dave.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ritchey_dave View Post
    We are in the process of updating some of our weights to reflect current production. The 195g weight you saw reflects the seatpost weight prior to the latest CEN test standard, which forced all cycling component manufacturers to slightly increase weights of many handlebars and seatposts. Rest assured your post is still very light compared to anything else on the market within that price range. Sorry for the confusion.
    Thanks RD.....

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    Dave,

    Two questions. 1) P-29er BB is 68mm I assume? and 2) when is the next ebay auction for one of the 40 frames Tom is building?

    Thanks

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    Do the Pro Ergo bar ends and the WCS bar ends have the same inward angle?

    I'm trying to get some bar ends that will work with ergon gp1 grips and the wcs have the perfect angle for me but will not fit well against the grips. It appears that the Pro version has a flat surface before the bend starts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mwv View Post
    Do the Pro Ergo bar ends and the WCS bar ends have the same inward angle?

    I'm trying to get some bar ends that will work with ergon gp1 grips and the wcs have the perfect angle for me but will not fit well against the grips. It appears that the Pro version has a flat surface before the bend starts.

    If you're talking about the, now discounted, WCS Ergo, then yes, they both have the same inward bend of 37 degrees. If you're talking about just our standard WCS barends then, no, those have no inward bend at all.
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    Dave,

    I heard that Ritchey has a matching rigid fork for the P-29er, but I don't see any info on the site. Is this true? What can you tell me about it? I'm interested in color, material, geometry, etc.

    Cheers.

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    Hi Dave,

    I have been waiting for a set of flat 6800mm 9d bars for like 6 weeks through my local dealer. Your website shows available....are they? Part # 30-376-019

    Thanks,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mackave View Post
    Dave,

    I heard that Ritchey has a matching rigid fork for the P-29er, but I don't see any info on the site. Is this true? What can you tell me about it? I'm interested in color, material, geometry, etc.

    Cheers.
    We currently make a Pro Carbon 29er fork which is available either through your local bike shop or our website.

    More exciting though is our new WCS Carbon 29er Fork we've been working on.

    •Full Carbon Construction
    •Full Carbon Dropouts & Disc Brake Tab
    •POST mount disc brake
    •axle-crown: 470mm
    •Rake: 45mm
    •Matte UD Carbon Finish
    This beauty will most likely weigh in at a scant 570g.

    Should be available in August.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mark439 View Post
    Hi Dave,

    I have been waiting for a set of flat 6800mm 9d bars for like 6 weeks through my local dealer. Your website shows available....are they? Part # 30-376-019

    Thanks,

    Mark
    Sorry to hear that. Yeah, our website availability isn't always the most accurate. We're currently out of those bars. They should be available middle of the month. Sorry for the wait, it'll be worth it though.
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    HI Ritchey Dave,
    The Ritchey P29 mentions the steel as "Ritchey Logic II steel"...do you know anything more about this steel and how it compares to Reynolds 853?

    Thanks for your insight!

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    Quote Originally Posted by red bank rider View Post
    HI Ritchey Dave,
    The Ritchey P29 mentions the steel as "Ritchey Logic II steel"...do you know anything more about this steel and how it compares to Reynolds 853?

    Thanks for your insight!
    Reynolds 853 is an air-hardened, triple butted steel alloy with impressive strength properties. It’s a high quality tubeset but unfortunately somewhat limited in diameters, wall thicknesses and butting profiles, which in some applications and frame sizes, can limit a framebuilder’s design options when seeking to optimize stiffness and weight.

    For the P-29 and SwissCross, we considered several standard tubing suppliers like Reynolds but instead chose to develop our own heat-treated, seamless triple-butted steel alloy to the precise wall thicknesses, tubing diameters and butting profiles, specifically designed for TIG welding. Tom Ritchey has a long history of tubing development and he found this was the best way to achieve the ride quality, weight, durability and price he intended for these frames.
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    Hi Dave,

    Seeing as no one has asked any questions about the p29 for a while. Here's a couple more.

    Wondering about recommended torque setting for the sliders and the seatpost clamp. Couldn't find any info in the manual (pretty generic document that one).

    Thanks in advance

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dean Learner View Post
    Hi Dave,

    Seeing as no one has asked any questions about the p29 for a while. Here's a couple more.

    Wondering about recommended torque setting for the sliders and the seatpost clamp. Couldn't find any info in the manual (pretty generic document that one).

    Thanks in advance

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    15Nm for the slider dropouts and 5Nm for the seatpost clamp.
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    Rust on my P29er

    Hi Ritchey Dave,

    I've been enjoying my P29er for over a month now, and have been delighted on the ability to move the rear wheel with the slideable rear dropouts. I've been adjusting the rear wheel it to fit my ride and my preference is to have it as far forward as possible so as to have the shortest wheelbase. This also has resulted in removal of the slider bolt and nut as I have no need for it to keep my rear wheel properly aligned since I have it as far forward as possible.

    2 issues have developed with my new rear wheel placement:
    1) the sliding area has developed rust from the allen bolt placement:
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    2) The threading for the alignment bolt has rusted since I've removed the bolt so I can flush the rear wheel as far forward as possible:
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    Do you have any recommendations on how to fix this or prevent further rusting?
    Is my frame defective in that the sliding tange dropout area should have had some level of rustproofing so that you can adjust the rear wheel allen bolts without having to worry about rust from such a simple adjustment?

    Thanks in advance for your help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by red bank rider View Post
    Hi Ritchey Dave,

    I've been enjoying my P29er for over a month now, and have been delighted on the ability to move the rear wheel with the slideable rear dropouts. I've been adjusting the rear wheel it to fit my ride and my preference is to have it as far forward as possible so as to have the shortest wheelbase. This also has resulted in removal of the slider bolt and nut as I have no need for it to keep my rear wheel properly aligned since I have it as far forward as possible.

    2 issues have developed with my new rear wheel placement:
    1) the sliding area has developed rust from the allen bolt placement:
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    2) The threading for the alignment bolt has rusted since I've removed the bolt so I can flush the rear wheel as far forward as possible:
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    Do you have any recommendations on how to fix this or prevent further rusting?
    Is my frame defective in that the sliding tange dropout area should have had some level of rustproofing so that you can adjust the rear wheel allen bolts without having to worry about rust from such a simple adjustment?

    Thanks in advance for your help.
    Steel will unfortunately do that when exposed to moisture. You can lightly sand off the rust that's there, then paint a thin layer of clear nail polish over the exposed raw steel areas to protect it from future corrosion.
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    Dave,
    Could you be any help in helping me identify my old Ritchey frame? I bought it at least 15 years ago (used) and when I bought it I had the frame stripped and repainted and put some Ritchey stickers on it that were acquired by a coworker at the time, but they obviously weren't correct for the frame.

    Anyway, the SN is 3A972. It appears to be tig welded except for the seatstay junction, which appears to be fillet brazed. Also, the frame has dual water bottle braze on on the downtube, and none on the seat tube, making me think that it might be mid '80's vintage. It also has super long chainstays at 17-1/8."

    Any help you could provide would be much appreciated.

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by bucktruck View Post
    Dave,
    Could you be any help in helping me identify my old Ritchey frame? I bought it at least 15 years ago (used) and when I bought it I had the frame stripped and repainted and put some Ritchey stickers on it that were acquired by a coworker at the time, but they obviously weren't correct for the frame.

    Anyway, the SN is 3A972. It appears to be tig welded except for the seatstay junction, which appears to be fillet brazed. Also, the frame has dual water bottle braze on on the downtube, and none on the seat tube, making me think that it might be mid '80's vintage. It also has super long chainstays at 17-1/8."

    Any help you could provide would be much appreciated.

    Thanks
    Unfortunately all that stuff is before my time here. Your best bet is to hunt around this site, there's some real experts on old Ritchey frames that frequent this site. Also, check out Old Mountain Bikes, it's probably the most detailed cataloging of all things Ritchey. Hope this helps.
    Dave Law
    Ritchey Design Representative

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    Dave,
    Thanks for the link; I can't believe I've never come across that site before!



    Edit: after a bit of research, it turns out that my bike is a 1989 Ascent Comp. Thanks again!

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    2012 Road Logic

    Hi Dave
    Awesome having this resource to answer question!
    Sorry but a roadie question first.
    Am really keen on the new road logic frame set but wondering about size. I'm 189cm tall and typically ride a 58cm frame but see the road logic comes in either 57 or 59. Wondering what frame size I should go for and whether there's a pic of a 59cm road logic built up??
    Also keen to get a p275 (they look amazing), what frame size would you recommend.
    Thanks
    JT

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    Dave,

    I have the same unanswered question than /ritchey-design/syncros-fl-hub-15mm-9mm-668343.html : How can I convert the syncros FL hub (FR) in 15mm to a 9mm ?

    I found a link to SYNCROS FL hub adapter - 15mm to standard on ritchey (dot) ch. Is it the right composant ? Will it be avalaible soon ? If not, can I use another adapter ?

    Thanks,
    red

    1st post so no links...

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