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    Role Call: All PISS Off Owners

    Well, I was bit by the singlespeed bug about 2 years ago and I started off with a Spot Brand 853 SS. It was great until...I saw the Great Gnome Hunter's Matt Chester and became envious of the Ti! I own a Ti road and love everything about the Ti, so I searched far and wide and I found...
    The PISS Off #14

    Are there any more PISS owners out there?

    This one has horizontal dropouts, Fox Forx F80 X, Phil Wood Ti BB, Paul Motolite V-brakes and levers, Chris King headset, Phil Wood FW/FW rear hub, Phil Wood front hub, Mavic 819 tubeless rims, Thomson stem and seatpost, WI ENO freewheel and crank (Phil Wood polished chain ring), Gobi saddle, Race Face Next carbon bar, and egg beaters. I love it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tuna
    Well, I was bit by the singlespeed bug about 2 years ago and I started off with a Spot Brand 853 SS. It was great until...I saw the Great Gnome Hunter's Matt Chester and became envious of the Ti! I own a Ti road and love everything about the Ti, so I searched far and wide and I found...
    The PISS Off #14

    Are there any more PISS owners out there?

    This one has horizontal dropouts, Fox Forx F80 X, Phil Wood Ti BB, Paul Motolite V-brakes and levers, Chris King headset, Phil Wood FW/FW rear hub, Phil Wood front hub, Mavic 819 tubeless rims, Thomson stem and seatpost, WI ENO freewheel and crank (Phil Wood polished chain ring), Gobi saddle, Race Face Next carbon bar, and egg beaters. I love it!
    wow!! now that is one sweet SS!!!

    While my pockets were not quite fat enough for the Ti, I am stoked even more now for my Phil Wood SS to be finished.

    I love your part selection.....I have some overlap in my build.

    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tuna
    Well, I was bit by the singlespeed bug about 2 years ago and I started off with a Spot Brand 853 SS. It was great until...I saw the Great Gnome Hunter's Matt Chester and became envious of the Ti! I own a Ti road and love everything about the Ti, so I searched far and wide and I found...
    The PISS Off #14

    Are there any more PISS owners out there?

    This one has horizontal dropouts, Fox Forx F80 X, Phil Wood Ti BB, Paul Motolite V-brakes and levers, Chris King headset, Phil Wood FW/FW rear hub, Phil Wood front hub, Mavic 819 tubeless rims, Thomson stem and seatpost, WI ENO freewheel and crank (Phil Wood polished chain ring), Gobi saddle, Race Face Next carbon bar, and egg beaters. I love it!
    #14 LOOKS LIKE TUNA HELPER

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    Quote Originally Posted by jennytalia
    #14 LOOKS LIKE TUNA HELPER
    I love the Tuna Helper!!! What do you have for dessert?

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    Doesn't have Phil Wood written on it but it's another branch of the family......
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    Quote Originally Posted by Corky3
    Doesn't have Phil Wood written on it but it's another branch of the family......
    is that the same frame as this one you posted before? just a repaint? or paint strip?
    i love the harlequin.
    http://forums.mtbr.com/showthread.php?t=9343
    Only boring people get bored.

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    Jh....

    Nope the Lavender lovely is v-braked, another member of MY family is the Disc braked
    Harlequin.....a man can't have too many IFS.......;-)
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    ooooh

    sorry about the quality of that last pic...... jeez that stinks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corky3
    sorry about the quality of that last pic...... jeez that stinks!
    you did that on purpose!

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    Damn...

    am I that transparent? ;-)

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    Piss Off #21

    Not mine but now happily in the owners hands so I can post pics...
    God I love building these things.

    Brent
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    wow....

    Classy......major attention to detail going on there....... pics are godd quality too ;-)

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    Very...

    Nice!

    I must admit though, I feel like the Pissoff is a poser bike...I mean, has anyone ever posted a dirty picture of one?

    Come on' ya'll, lets see some dirty/muddy/I rode this damn thing till it hurts shots!

    MC





    Quote Originally Posted by Brent
    Not mine but now happily in the owners hands so I can post pics...
    God I love building these things.

    Brent

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    How about sending the pics to WWW.IFRIDER.COM they have some other PISOFFS on there too?

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    Fresh meat

    Quote Originally Posted by MellowCat
    Nice!

    I must admit though, I feel like the Pissoff is a poser bike...I mean, has anyone ever posted a dirty picture of one?

    Come on' ya'll, lets see some dirty/muddy/I rode this damn thing till it hurts shots!

    MC
    But all the pics I take are right after I finish building, the owners have to post the filthy pics...

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    Thanks

    Quote Originally Posted by Corky3
    Classy......major attention to detail going on there....... pics are godd quality too ;-)
    I do tend to sweat the small stuff on these, like the top cap on the fork, HS spacers, seat clamp...but that is what makes them all unique and fun as hell for me to do.
    Bars are shot peened to match the frame too...
    Sky is the limit.

    Brent

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    Wow

    Quote Originally Posted by Brent
    Not mine but now happily in the owners hands so I can post pics...
    God I love building these things.

    Brent

    LOVE the green accents. Very nicely done. Dangit, stop it. I thought I was done getting new bikes...

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    Understood...

    Brent,

    I was just lobbing that remark out there for kicks! I would love to see some trail shots of the PissOff's in action though!

    MC







    Quote Originally Posted by Brent
    But all the pics I take are right after I finish building, the owners have to post the filthy pics...

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    Ok, here we go...

    She`s not that dirty but far away from clean...

    Piss Off #4

    I`ll soon replace the cranks with White Industries or the 952 XTR...

    Not sure yet...









    Brent, I need some of these Phil Wood Spacers

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