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    Building a new bike, agressive XC / Freeride, need sum help

    I am pretty much building up the sickist Bottle Rocket ever. It is built for speed and endurunce. I am hoping to keep it under 27 pounds when Im done. Does anyone know how much this frame ways? The guys at the shop said it was a good climber and aso good for jumping and cross country to. It feels pretty lite to me. This is the first time building a bike from scratch for me. I was able to pound in the hedset with a block of wood like I red about on this site. I still need cranks and some breaks, wat are the litest ones that will fit this bike? Ware can I find out more about installing cranks. I want to run a tripple ringy up front for maxi speed goin down hill. I might need to waranty this frame already becuz there arent any water bottel holes on the down tube. Teh must have forgot to put them in. Like I said this is prolly gonna be the sickist bike ever. I just need to buy a few more parts and I will then be shreddin the trails. Here is what I have so far:


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    Something is wrong with teh site I cant upload my photos wot is going on?

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    You used the "Insert Image" option which is usually takes an HTML link such as " http:\\mysite\myphoto.jpg "

    Your file looks to be on your local hard drive: C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\My Documents\new bike\DSCN_1922.JPG

    Click Repy and use the "Upload Images" button in the Additional Options section. It'll give you a way to "Browse" for files on your local hard drive.

    Try again...

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    Quote Originally Posted by crc408
    You used the "Insert Image" option which is usually takes an HTML link such as " http:\\mysite\myphoto.jpg "

    Your file looks to be on your local hard drive: C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\My Documents\new bike\DSCN_1922.JPG

    Click Repy and use the "Upload Images" button in the Additional Options section. It'll give you a way to "Browse" for files on your local hard drive.

    Try again...
    Dont allways work,well never works for me,

    Type-Imageshack in google and upload there and it will give you a link for forums.

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    Also a minor suggestion - it is not recommended to run XP in administrator mode...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Razr
    Also a minor suggestion - it is not recommended to run XP in administrator mode...
    I'm not running ***** XP this is Windows Advanced Server 2003.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Imperial
    Dont allways work,well never works for me,

    Type-Imageshack in google and upload there and it will give you a link for forums.
    Yea I think something is wrong on teh MBR server. I will try google thanks.

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