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    Prototype steel Phil Wood SS

    For all of you steel junkies out there, check out the newest creation from Phil Wood.
    Crafted by Sycip, with dropouts designed by I.F.. Here is the SS from Phil Wood. If you want to see more, be a Sea Otter. I'll be the the short guy with a Phil Wood shirt, a big grin on my face, and this seet ride underneath me.
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    Damn fine ride!

    dats da bomb!

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    What a bunk fork. Getta F80X wuddya?

    Oh yeah, and no qr on the rear, racerboy?

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    A work in progress...

    Would love an F80X! You buyin'? I might do a quick release at some point. For now I like the 6mm security. Magura marta is on the way for the front. Thanks to Titec and Crank Brothers for helping me out with some great stuff!
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    [QUOTE=Zonic Man]What a bunk fork. Getta F80X wuddya?

    That's a beautiful Phil Wood frame! nice paint and dropouts, nothing wrong with bolt on for sure.

    oh yeah, forget the skareb or the f80x, get a segmented Sycip rigid disc fork, now that'd be trick!

    over and out
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    Jed Peters
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck Ross
    Would love an F80X! You buyin'? I might do a quick release at some point. For now I like the 6mm security. Magura marta is on the way for the front. Thanks to Titec and Crank Brothers for helping me out with some great stuff!
    Sweet as hell, chuck.

    PS: How far up pioneer can you get right now?

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    Chuck-

    Could you forward me (or post) some closeup pix of your crankset? I'm specifically interested in the ring/guard you have on that '04 XTR crank.... wheredya get it? Thanks!

    -B

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    It's a Jericho ring and bashguard. He got it from Brent at Phil Wood, who had it since interbike.

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    ... and if we just ... Cool, but I want to see Gavin's Bday pics!

    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck Ross
    For all of you steel junkies out there, check out the newest creation from Phil Wood.
    Crafted by Sycip, with dropouts designed by I.F.. Here is the SS from Phil Wood. If you want to see more, be a Sea Otter. I'll be the the short guy with a Phil Wood shirt, a big grin on my face, and this seet ride underneath me.
    Great pics, looks even better in person.

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    you know what? Looking at this bike now, it's really the ultimate steel SS.

    IF dropouts.
    Sycip welding/powder
    Phil Wood geometry/design (Norcal inspired)
    [email protected] Wood Customer service
    Phil Wood EBB

    Just looks so sweet.

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    Fine, Fine, Fine.....

    Chuck,

    Give my compliments to Phil Wood next time you see him.... he makes a nice bike....

    All kidding aside, that is a mighty fine looking ride, worthy of the Phil Wood heritage. The drop outs are just dead sexy. I look forward to seeing it in person at Sea Otter, might have to order one for my grocery getter.....

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    Hey, did you take those pics outside of my house?

    Looks an awful lot like the green LP siding typically seen in my pictures

    Feel free to park it in the shed next time you take some pics!

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    pioneer update

    Quote Originally Posted by Zonic Man
    Sweet as hell, chuck.

    PS: How far up pioneer can you get right now?
    I drove to Boreal for our school ski trip yesterday, and there was very little snow. I bet you could get well past Skillman before it was too treacherous.
    Cheers!
    rossta

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