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    Reintroducing the SISS, errr SASS

    Looks like they beefed up the chainstays.
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    Couple mo pics

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    Really Nice Pictures

    Could you possibly post photos of the two images on the back of the seat tube?


    I have a SASS and I really like it. I didn't know if I would like the chrome, but I now think it actually looks good. The only change so far has been to change the back to a 17T gear, although, I will be changing the seat and pedals (basically disposable).

    I'm not sure but it looks like you changed the seat from the goofy silver seat that starts looking bad almost immediately. The plastic cover peels off and the silver begins to wear heavily.

    Also it looks like you replaced the head set with a Chris King, right?
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    I love mine, but...

    The cable guides on the top tube have sharp corners that tore 5 or 6 little holes in a $100 pair of P.I. tights. Being slightly lazy, I wrapped them with black electric tape. Problem solved. Other than that it is a great bike. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do.

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    Hmmm... Shiny. Seems a pity to get it dirty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by p0werp0p
    Hmmm... Shiny. Seems a pity to get it dirty.
    It's chrome and wipes shiny clean easily.

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    actually

    Actually only the frame is new, a warranty replacement for a SISS, hence no goofy silver seat, all of the parts are from the SISS. Yes King headset was an upgrade, so was the ENO freewheel.

    Will try and get the pics you asked for later.

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