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    Cool-blue Rhythm New TBC Vagrant Frame

    Finished build should consist of these parts:

    Industry Nine Enduro wheelset
    Rock Shox Pike 426
    Sram X9 shifter/derailers/drivetrain
    MRP LRP chainguide
    Diablous or Saint cranks, haven't decided yet
    Maxxis Highrollers; 2.35
    Deity bars, stem
    WTB saddle
    Easton EA-70 seatpost
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    Yummy, i would go freek with the saddle thou.

    ##I've just changed from WTB Power V to freek - now its ok
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    sounds like its gonna be a sick build. congrats man
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    Hot!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gruczniak
    Yummy, i would go freek with the saddle thou.
    Thanks, I'll check that out

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    Quote Originally Posted by acdcfan1283
    sounds like its gonna be a sick build. congrats man

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    Quote Originally Posted by snaky69
    Hot!!
    Indeed

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    Does that PBR have 135mm spacing?

    You will love the frame. I love my medium frame. White looks as good as my brown! I just rebuilt mine into a single speed and I love it..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Demo-9
    Does that PBR have 135mm spacing?

    You will love the frame. I love my medium frame. White looks as good as my brown! I just rebuilt mine into a single speed and I love it..
    The PBR is universal, it will accomadate 135 or 150 mm spacing This bike will be 2 chainrings up front and a 12-34 tooth cassette in the rear. I hear you bro, the brown looks sick as a MOFO as well, almost dropped the ball on that one.

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    Skip the Freek. They're pretty for about the first 2 rides. Then they get real nasty. They're not all too comfortable either.

    Go for the Saint cranks, they're lighter, and still plenty strong.

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    Sick. PBR in a bottle is straight Gourmet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zachdank
    Sick. PBR in a bottle is straight Gourmet.
    I hear ya' Donnie Darko, props! How are your TBC's treating you, I know you are straight sending it, just like you always do Tell Skinny D that if you guys ever roll out this way I will get a keg of PBR just for us homiez

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