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    Nice ride into work this morning

    Check out Greg's new ride
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    That sure looks nice! My morning pugs ride was also very nice. 5 inches of new, soft snow. Teen temps. I sure like the hand bags. That is what that mass of black is isn't it? Doesn't really get cold enough here at -10 or -20 to use them as frequently as I would like.

    Gotta love winter riding. I know I do, and I know you do!


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    Two words come to mind: Dead Sexy.

    Did he drill out a pair of 100mm rims?
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    Watcha got on there? Did you drill out a set of 80's?

    ...never mind, those are the new 50's, no?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SkiMonkee
    Watcha got on there? Did you drill out a set of 80's?

    ...never mind, those are the new 50's, no?
    Thanks. Those are 80's. Looking forward to seeing you in a few Dave.
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    Forked up - check out the bi-plane triple clamp ti fork - yep Dave in Driggs sums it up...
    "I get a buzz from being cold and wet ~ the pleasure seems to balance out the pain" - Blue, Red and Grey The Who By Numbers

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    What'd the drilled out 80s weigh?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pivvay
    What'd the drilled out 80s weigh?
    They are about 1130 grams.
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    are u running twisties under there? i see u have an xtr rear derailer there, that's why the question. is this masterpiece regularly at the shop? like to see what other goodies you have on it.

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    I'm running the Sram Attack shifters with the Shimano der. Still have some work to do before the race. The forks ride beautifully.
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