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    Sir 9

    Took the plunge yesterday and ordered a small Sir9 kinda pissed you can't get it in Kermit green anymore.. Anyway going to build it up for now with some parts from my km then upgrade as the race season goes.

    Frame: Small sir 9
    Fork: Reba Race
    headset: king
    Stem: race face xc
    Bars: Salsa pro moto
    Crankset: Race face evolve xc
    Peddles: candy ti's
    Seatpost: Thompson
    Seat: wtb
    Wheelset: stans 355 on surly hubs
    Tires: wtb exiwolfs
    Brakes: Juicy carbons

    Any idea the kinda weight this bike will be like i said i will upgrade in the near future first would be American Classic hubs with stan's 355. Almost forgot will be a singlespeed 34 X 18

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    Quote Originally Posted by zuddler
    Any idea the kinda weight this bike will be
    I'd guess 24ish lbs.

    My SIR9 weighs about that with similar parts, but a large frame and a rigid fork.


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    Quote Originally Posted by zuddler
    Took the plunge yesterday and ordered a small Sir9 kinda pissed you can't get it in Kermit green anymore..
    I know where a used Kermit Green SIR9 is for sale...

    http://picasaweb.google.com/FatBob29r/

    http://classifieds.mtbr.com/showprod...=14521&cat=500


    Note; this is not SPAM, this is not my bike for sale.
    aLaN AT BikeMojo DOT com

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    Well done my friend

    Quote Originally Posted by BikeMojo
    I know where a used Kermit Green SIR9 is for sale...

    Note; this is not SPAM, this is not my bike for sale.
    Sitting here enjoying an awesome dinner of California rolls laced with a wicked amount of wasabi (talk about an OD experience, the last one left me feeling like I got smacked across the bridge of my nose with a baseball bat) plus a pint of draft Deschutes Mirror Pond Pale Ale fresh from the kegerator out in the garage when I stumbled upon this thread.

    aLaN, you da man. I'm not kidding... does my heart good to get a whiff of the sweet blossoms of friendship. Know anybody who's looking to finance a trip out west soon? In any case, that Kermit Sir9 looks like a sweet bike & a good deal.

    What a wonderful evening. In spite of the 44 degree drizzle outside, I feel warm all over.

    --Sparty

    No-spam disclaimer: it ain't my bike either.
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    Zuddler,

    Mmmmm Kermit

    Sparty,

    Naw, those funds will help finance the new sled. The trip out west will be paid for by manufacturing & selling meth
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