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    My SS Fisher Convert tell me what you think

    It is an X-large frame with a lame E-bay fork. The cranks are 180mm. The rear wheel is a Race X-lite. Front wheel is a lame build by me. Soon to be a 240 centerlock with a Sun UFO rim. It weighs 20.9 right now with no cages or pack. I hope to get it down under 20. But I dont think it will be possible with the disc brake. Oh and i have the Race X-lite front for sale too. i hope I dont get flamed for saying that.


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    nobody likes my bike?

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    Nobody Likes you bike :-)

    I hope you're jokeing about the fork (I don't think it's cheap). I dig the new XT cranks, didn't know they where out in 180mm yet.

    Maybe if you wash it, people will like it better.

    jw

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    nobody likes my bike?
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    i like you bike.

    but you really shouldn't be using that saddle before Memorial Day.

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    ... and if we just ... Nice convert...

    Quote Originally Posted by williamf777
    It is an X-large frame with a lame E-bay fork. The cranks are 180mm. The rear wheel is a Race X-lite. Front wheel is a lame build by me. Soon to be a 240 centerlock with a Sun UFO rim. It weighs 20.9 right now with no cages or pack. I hope to get it down under 20. But I dont think it will be possible with the disc brake. Oh and i have the Race X-lite front for sale too. i hope I dont get flamed for saying that.


    <img src="https://img.villagephotos.com/p/2003-8/328905/UZCCY-IMG_1251.jpg" width=800 height=600>


    <img src="https://img.villagephotos.com/p/2003-8/328905/XPILW-IMG_1252.jpg" width=800 height=600>

    and what bike shop is that, since you'r local (reference to your PCRS post) to Sacto area?

    Oh and throw a rigid fork on there and you'll crack the 20lb barrier!

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    shoot, clean the mud off it & he'll crack the 20lbs barrier (nm)

    gnome massage.

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    Our shops new name is Carmichael Cycle. But we used to be Precesion Bikes. We are on the corner of Arden and Fair Oaks.

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    I think it looks great even with the mud...
    Herro prease

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