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    The Nomad arrives!!!

    Here she is!!

    http://blur02.fotopic.net/p26036976.html

    Built up with PACE RC 41 Fighter forks. 150mm travel with carbon lowers. Overall weight 30.5lbs. I hate to ride it as it looks so beauthiful!!!

    Finally went for Juicy 5s with 185mm rotors front and rear.

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    Looks good.

    Mine finally hit the shop yesterday so i spent this morning in there building it up with them. It's got a Fox Float R shock on it at the moment but that is going to be swapped for a DHX 5 coil, hopefully by this Thursday.

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    Nice Kitchen.... and Nomad... i really like mine
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    I new the Nomad would look sick with one of those Pace forks.... especially one of our black ano rigs.....

    Awesome ride.
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    Awesome Pix!

    Can't wait 'till my Nomad arrives...
    "Hesitation is the Mother of Failure!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by starsky
    Here she is!!

    http://blur02.fotopic.net/p26036976.html

    Built up with PACE RC 41 Fighter forks. 150mm travel with carbon lowers. Overall weight 30.5lbs. I hate to ride it as it looks so beauthiful!!!

    Finally went for Juicy 5s with 185mm rotors front and rear.
    Yeah... you should probably leave it in the kitchen.

    After seeing the photos.... with all of those spacers under thestem and all of that seatpost showing... do you think you should have gone with the next size up?
    Last edited by velocipus; 03-01-2006 at 11:33 PM.

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    "After seeing the photos.... with all of those spacers under thestem and all of that seatpost showing... do you think you should have gone with the next size up?"


    ....I tend to agree with you on that statement!
    "Hesitation is the Mother of Failure!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by starsky
    Here she is!!

    http://blur02.fotopic.net/p26036976.html

    Built up with PACE RC 41 Fighter forks. 150mm travel with carbon lowers. Overall weight 30.5lbs. I hate to ride it as it looks so beauthiful!!!

    Finally went for Juicy 5s with 185mm rotors front and rear.
    ANy chance you could give us the parts build out. I am intersted in a Nomad and need to figure out my parts

    thanks

    sherman
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    Got it yesterday! Ano Slate ROCKS!....
    "Hesitation is the Mother of Failure!"

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