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    2003 F-600 Singlespeed

    Originally bought this bike in 2003, have not been riding it too much lately so decided to singlespeed it. Rode this bike a lot until I got a FS & then sorta put it away. It has not seen the dirt since being converted. Really like the frame, nice & stiff for a bigger guy like me (6'5" 230 lbs) and still pretty light. Used as much stuff that I had laying around as possible, had to buy the rear wheel and some drivetrain parts.

    Frame: 2003 Cannondale F-600 - still made in the USA in 2003
    Fork: 2007 Fox F-120 RLC
    Thomson post/stem
    Cane Creek reducer headset (Stock "Headshock" was garbage IMO)
    WTB Laser V seat
    Rear Wheel - Performance "Loco" - basically a re-branded azonic outlaw.
    Rear tire Maxxis Minion DHF 2.35
    Front Wheel: BWW pure xcr hub with DT Swiss 5.1 EX rim
    Front Tire: Maxxis Ardent 2.4 - fantastic tire
    Stock Truvativ Firex cranks, Blackspire 32t chainring, Raceface 34t bash
    Cheezball steel 20t cog that I had laying around from a jump bike that I built in '09
    Stock Avid Mech brakes w/Cannondale Levers.
    Specialized bars (340mm low rise), Lizardskin Peaty Grips
    Performance Tensioner, Sram singlespeed chain
    Cat has a carbon fiber (aka light & inoperative) brain.

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    Good one mate, been threatning to do this with a lefty for these UBER muddy events in the UK - mountain mayhem etc. Eccentric BB would be better for the mud though, can see that tensioner failing...

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