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    My new SS



    YES!
    Still need a tensioner, and some new brake pads, but its alright how it is.

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    cool!

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    Quote Originally Posted by FlatFender
    Still need a tensioner, and some new brake pads...
    Don't forget about a seat.

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    Good job!

    mate! where is the rest of your frame
    Climb like a goat, descend like a banshee

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    sweet bike.

    lose the humongous bash ring and grind the rims though.

    Long or Short A1? I've ridden an Adamant around for a couple minutes, felt pretty nice.

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    sweet pogo stick! how wide is your rear tire?

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    You obviously got that bike for the buzz...

    ... when you sit down

    Nice bike!
    "The man is richest whose pleasures are the cheapest" Henry David Thoreau (obviously a single speeder)

    "...everytime you throw something away your load gets lighter..."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ross W.
    ...and grind the rims though.
    What does that mean? Do you trials guys rough-up the brake surface or something?
    pete

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    Quote Originally Posted by pahearn
    What does that mean? Do you trials guys rough-up the brake surface or something?
    Yup

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    Quote Originally Posted by pahearn
    What does that mean? Do you trials guys rough-up the brake surface or something?
    Yessir.

    Example (Ali C's bike, pic by Adam at tartybikes UK)


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    Im waitin on a new rim before I grind. Ive got a nice wide echo rim in the mail.
    Its a long (I go about 6'3")
    Im gonna try and make a new bash ring, but until then, it stays....lol
    tires are 2.6" Kenda Kinetics
    Last edited by FlatFender; 04-20-2007 at 03:38 PM.

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