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    Just finishing my 2012 907 build

    I still need to get the bashguard for the MWOD ringset and tune up the shifting system. Weight as pictured with the heavy Nates (27 tpi wire bead) with 200 studs in them is 31 lbs. Summer weight I should get under 30. With the MWOD ringset on the standard 100mm Mr Whirly spindle (not the longer Moonlander one) I have about 1/4" of chain clearance with the Nates on Rolling Darrels when in the smallest ring up front and the largest in the back (2x9 full cassette).
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    Are those carbon Carnegie bars?

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    Sweet ride. I like the all black w/ blue liners.
    RICOH for LIFE
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    Yes, they are...I had a $75 off coupon with Chain Reaction UK so I splurged a little (it covered the cost difference between the allow and carbon versions.

    Tim

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    Ah. I was about to buy those but opted for the Jones instead. the look good. I'll be keen to hear how you find them.

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    Sweet!
    Did you wax that? Sure is shiny Love the tubing on those new ones.

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    Looking good! I can't get over how nasty nates look on a bike, they just want to tear something apart..

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    Nice! Sure is shiny!

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    Not waxed, just new...Need to dirty it up this weekend!

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    Very nice. Fat bikes look so cool when they are that small.
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    V. nice and it just so happens I'm currently building something very similar at the moment ; A small 907 in black with Nates, on RD's and Carnegies. Great minds think alike and all that eh!

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    Sheeeesh...

    Racey, retro, techy, shiny, sexy... all in one. That is just a uber slick looking machine. Lucky man. Enjoy that sucker to the max!

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    Gnarly!

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    It's beautiful. What size frame is that?

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    It is the 15" (Small) 170 mm aluminum frame.

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