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    Good job! New Curtlo SS

    2005 Custom Curtlo 24hr
    Fork: Fox F100x
    Rims:Mavic 819
    Hubs: Chris King SS
    DT Spokes
    Tires: Big Jim Ust 2.25
    Skewer front: Hope
    Brakes:Hope Mono 160R/180F
    Seatpost: Thomson
    Stem: Thomson X-4 110x0
    Bar: FSA Downhill 27€
    Grips: Odi Lock-ons
    Cranks:XTR 960
    Bashguard: Boone Ano
    Pedals:Time ATAC Ti
    Chain: Sram 8spd
    Saddle: Selle Italia Trans am gel

    23.12lbs

    I would like to say thanks to Doug for building a very sweet frame and to Larry at MHC for the custom SS Wheels. I could not be more pleased.
    Last edited by smaxor; 07-11-2006 at 04:54 AM.

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    ss pics

    more pics to share
    Last edited by smaxor; 03-13-2006 at 12:39 PM.

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    Dang...

    Dang dude, that just f*%^$#$%% rocks!

    I ride a similar steed I built two years ago...

    Similar in build, size, components...
    almost spooky.

    Ride the dickens on that thing!
    "Beer is proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy." -- Benjamin Franklin

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    Yer killin' me...

    At least warn us when you're gonnna post porn!

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    Purdy!

    Gawd dayum, that's a purdy lookin Curtlo! I've already picked Curtlo to design and build a "backcountry" hardtail frame for me next year, and just seeing yours makes me wish it were 2006 already!!!

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    bb

    Quote Originally Posted by mudpie
    more pics to share
    Hmmm, are those Race Face outboard bearings with that XTR integrated crankset?

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    where'd u get the bashguard?

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    Thanks guys...

    bb:I did use the race face bearings....

    Bashguard is from Boone chainrings....

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    Quote Originally Posted by wunderhorn
    Hmmm, are those Race Face outboard bearings with that XTR integrated crankset?
    That's what I saw too- is it better that way - not that I've had any problems with my bb on the M960 yet... any mods to make it work or is it a direct swap?

    Nice ride!
    FF
    "If I'm leading, I'm bleeding."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fast Freddy
    That's what I saw too- is it better that way - not that I've had any problems with my bb on the M960 yet... any mods to make it work or is it a direct swap?

    Nice ride!
    FF
    It was a direct swap, I gave the xtr bearings to a friend while I was waiting for my frame and just decided to buy the race face bearings so he could keep them.

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    Awesome blinglespeed!

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    nice chingy ride.

    I bumped into Doug at Interbike, got to talk shop, 29ers, etc. He's a cool cat. I'm still loving mine and your post reminds me of when I first got my Curtlo, coming up on 2 years ago.

    congrats on a beauty of a build.
    Jeff

    PS - no bottle opener???

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    Sweet!

    I ever come up with a good reason to replace my Eno'ed GT Zaskar or win the lottery, I'm getting me one of those. As it is, I plan on having Doug build my next roadbike.

    Brian

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