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    Two New Horses in The Stable

    Built up a new Fatback for myself...complements to Lancelot
    And a new Pugs for my wife.
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    Nice rides. I like all the pink accents on your wife's bike... Well I hope that's your wife's bike.

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    New ti fatback

    The two bikes look great how much does the fatback weigh?

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    The bikes look great! Damn Nobby how tall are you? Glad you found the 2011 model since it's a bit taller than the 2012.
    The LPG

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    I am intrigued by you shifters setup? What are you running?

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    Nice!!! Shouldn't you move the fender up a bit
    Are you running the Fatback tubeless with duct tape?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lancelot View Post
    The bikes look great! Damn Nobby how tall are you? Glad you found the 2011 model since it's a bit taller than the 2012.
    6'6" didn't dial the seat height in yet. LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by rugman1957 View Post
    The two bikes look great how much does the fatback weigh?
    30.5 with BFL's

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    Quote Originally Posted by igonzo128 View Post
    I am intrigued by you shifters setup? What are you running?
    They are SRAM Red TT shifters with Paul thumbies.

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    Those pics don't do that Fatback justice....Sick Bike!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GTR2ebike View Post
    Nice!!! Shouldn't you move the fender up a bit
    Are you running the Fatback tubeless with duct tape?
    The fender works great down there for beach riding...keeps the salty wet stuff off the bottom bracket and cranks. The rim tape is aluminum tape for HVAC duct. It is not tubeless but I run the Q-Tubes 2.5-2.7 with Stans inside the tube. (they have removable valve stems)

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    Good job! Nice bikes!

    They both look great - Congrats!

    I'm interested in your shifters, can you let us know how they work out for ya.. I gave grip-shifters a fair shot, not a fan.
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    How long until the moonlander joins the stable? That is one fat collection.

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    Cool-blue Rhythm Nice bikes - any chain rub on the Fatback??? crankset??

    I'm assuming you are running a 2x9 with a bash but can't read the name on the crankset. Are you getting any chain rub in the granny gear or did you have to use spacers and drop a cog or two?? Both bikes look good - that is the nickeled fatback finish right? Haven't seen many of them posted in the past.

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    The fatback has fsa carbon cranks on fsa BB. Rolling d's and salsa hubs. With BFL's or nates there is no rubbing. crainrings are 32-22 no big ring.

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    Fat but LIGHT

    Every time i see these (especially Nobby's), i'm closer to building one.
    One way or another, it will be a super-duper-LIGHT one.
    Looking for the frame to start. Custom though.
    Nobby: Yours = super nice.
    Your wife's = same.

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    Wow dude. You've been busy. The bikes look real nice.

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    any chance we could get some close up pics of those thumb shifters?
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    Nice pair!

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