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    Boone Ti available @ the Path Bike Shop!!!

    Here's what's over at the Path in Tustin, CA...
    20 tooth rear cog
    21 tooth rear cog
    23 tooth rear cog
    and a 34 tooth chainring for the White Industries cranks

    Pretty cool to find them locally.

    The Path
    714 669-0784

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    Yup. I saw that the other day....pretty awesome!

    They also have a pair of black 180 white ind cranks.....silky.

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    Quote Originally Posted by donkey
    Yup. I saw that the other day....pretty awesome!

    They also have a pair of black 180 white ind cranks.....silky.

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    WHAT???
    How could I miss that?
    I didn't even know W.I. made them in 180mm?
    I wonder if they need a product tester?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Padre
    WHAT???
    How could I miss that?
    I didn't even know W.I. made them in 180mm?
    I wonder if they need a product tester?
    think they might have been rut's...or he just happens to also have a set. the path also has spot xtr style chainrings in many teeth counts.

    oh- had to purcahse a boone. have a little brother 20 now to go with the 21 on the 29er.

    boone, my precioussssssssssssss.

    edit: 2 weeks and coutning for the new tituSS. almost got all the parts needed.
    edit 2: also saw the boone chainring for the enos. sales dude didnt realize what it was!
    Last edited by SlowSSer; 02-15-2005 at 02:53 PM.

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    That must be the coolest shop in the entire US of A. I live in NYC and have had to deal with them a few times because no one in the northeast could get me the stuff i needed. I just received from The Path today a 29er rear wheel with a King iso disc hub. Very nice! They were the only place I could find that had the Kings in stock, and also were not looking to rip me off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spookykinkajou
    That must be the coolest shop in the entire US of A. I live in NYC and have had to deal with them a few times because no one in the northeast could get me the stuff i needed. I just received from The Path today a 29er rear wheel with a King iso disc hub. Very nice! They were the only place I could find that had the Kings in stock, and also were not looking to rip me off.
    For sure.
    And those guys build wheels to last!
    I was petrified about trying the 29" wheel, but the original 32 hole Rhynolite set they built up almost a year and a half ago has needed trueing only once....and much of that riding has been rigid...nice!
    That shop tends to have all you need and nothing you don't....except those wacky Nitto bars...

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