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    Ho Hum, just another day at the office....

    A little tease.....

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    wow! some sweet ass pics Larry!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ventanarama
    A little tease.....

    Larry
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    Nice teaser there Larry. I will be dropping in to your shop in a couple of weeks. Maybe we can hook up for another ride. We will be hitting Steamboat for five days and I will be in Loveland the following week. I can not wait to check out the new eye candy in your shop. See you soon. Jay

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    Fan friggin tastic!
    Faster is better, even when it's not.

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    Neg reppers r my biatches
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    isn't it WAY past your bedtime?

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    Must cut up credit card
    Off for a ride, no phones in the wood's that should stop me from calling you,(for a while)

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    Just send you a mail for more teaser pics.... :-)

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    Ugly welds

    Just kidding. You are a temptor, Lucifer. I have to resist.

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    Wow! I'm glad I missed this one last night especially after seeing the weight on Airwrecks Smurf sized frame.
    Nothing to see here.

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    Hey, is that one mine??
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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE,
    Nice teaser there Larry. I will be dropping in to your shop in a couple of weeks. Maybe we can hook up for another ride. We will be hitting Steamboat for five days and I will be in Loveland the following week. I can not wait to check out the new eye candy in your shop. See you soon. Jay
    Hey. LONG time no talk eh? How ya been? That's cool you'll be in town, we definitely need to do a ride while you're here, I'm sure I can come up with a bike for ya. See ya soon.
    Larry
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    More....

    Black ano, size large, 10.75lbs
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    Raw, also size large
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    No, that's not phonetic
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    What is up with the 5mm allen head bolts? Where are the t40 bolts??
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    The colors look way different from the black color like stated on the website of Turner. It's not shiny at all, is it?

    What do you think about the durability of the black colour? Is it very durable?

    Otherwise it would be better to think about the raw one since a scratch will not be noticed as much as on a black frame

    What headset are most guys running on a Highline? It has a 1.5 headtube but everybody is running a Fox DH40 which has a 1 1/8 headtube, right?
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    Interesting that the linkage brace is welded.....
    "It's only when you stand over it, you know, when you physically stand over the bike, that then you say 'hey, I don't have much stand over height', you know"-T. Ellsworth

    You're turning black metallic.

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    Either they are running reducer cups like the E13 ones or like me they will run a reducer headset that is 1.5 outer and 1-1/8th inner. On a side note:

    Why are the highlines the first Turners I have ever seen that do not have faced head tubes and BB shells?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shanedawg
    On a side note: Why are the highlines the first Turners I have ever seen that do not have faced head tubes and BB shells?
    This must be just another effort for Turner to increase profitability of their frames, just like the switch from Horst link to faux-bar.


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    Quote Originally Posted by shanedawg
    Why are the highlines the first Turners I have ever seen that do not have faced head tubes and BB shells?
    I would suggest that they are probably faced and chased before coating, hence no visible indication of it.
    I would want to try a BB in there to see how it fitted before getting the cutting tool out though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shanedawg
    Why are the highlines the first Turners I have ever seen that do not have faced head tubes and BB shells?
    I think it's because of the finish. No powdercoat to remove. I noticed that royta's flux wasn't faced after ano either.

    I can't wait to see one of the black Highlines built up. That matt black is a sweet finish.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SkullCrack
    I think it's because of the finish. No powdercoat to remove. I noticed that royta's flux wasn't faced after ano either.

    I can't wait to see one of the black Highlines built up. That matt black is a sweet finish.
    That is what I was thinking Ano adds 2/5 th's of #ugger all, so no work to be done.

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    Soot black is very sexy. Raw by virtue of the name may be even sexier.

    But, I'm still pissed that DT didn't make a "big boy" size for us lurps.
    A 24" TT for a 6'5" ape like me ain't gonna cut it.

    I would gladly ditch the noisy VPF for a Highline or a Gran Mal if they were large enough for me.


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    FWIW: My black PC Spot frame.


    I love that HT logo in Larry's pic. That just looks sexy!
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    I'm just awake from a restless night....

    *highline* *RF Diabolus -83mm* *what fork, whisper whisper* *highline* * I want to order* *hmmm*

    I want one!!!!

    Seriously: At the website of RaceFace there state that the Diabolus crankset is compatible with 83mm shell width, don't I need any kind of special version? Or will any 2006 version of the Diabolus do fine?

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    I'm just awake from a restless night....

    *highline* *RF Diabolus -83mm* *what fork, whisper whisper* *highline* * I want to order* *hmmm*

    I want one!!!!

    Seriously: At the website of RaceFace there state that the Diabolus crankset is compatible with 83mm shell width, don't I need any kind of special version? Or will any 2006 version of the Diabolus do fine?

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