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    Just missed this frame on eBay

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    Some other guy got it for "the deal of the century". I figure $500-600. He wanted $700 "but it now".

    What do you think of those Paul's dropouts vs. EBB or something?

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    too bad thats a sweet frame

    I was ridding with a buddy in Downieville this week end and he has a soulcraft w the same drop outs and brake mount. I run an EBB. We both had to take off our rear wheels. I changed a tire and he changed his ratio. I un hooked the quick release did the work slid it back in and clamped it back down again. As I watched him line the wheel up, use an a.wrench and have to check it again I was happy that I didnt have to do that anymore.
    EBB = quick and simple, HD = slower to set up and a little lighter. Both super fun
    worth a thought

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    With those screws it would seem you wouldn't have to screw around too much lining it up. Beauty frame. Glad I didn't see it. I'd have been tempted and I'm currently very happy with my current SS set up. Always looking for something better though! S

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    Like it

    I have a Soulcraft with Paul's dropouts. while it is a little more work when taking the wheel off to change ratios or fix flat (rare now that I run NoTubes) the ride of the frame is worth it. I have an IF with an EBB and never ride it b/c it does not feel as good as the Soulcraft. Saw the brothers at Sea Otter and they even remember building my frame! They asked me something specific about the brake set up that they remembered. How many builders you know can do that! If you ever get a chance to own won you will never regret it.

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    Soulcraft

    I love mine. The frame is awesome and taking the back wheel off took a little getting used to but no big deal.
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    Ha!

    That's my old frame...
    HA!

    How much did it go for?!

    That thing was practically brand new... Hmmm... Steel.... but, Ti is nice.
    Wait'll ya'll see what's waiting in the wings...
    It ain't easy being human.

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