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    Slow train coming...

    Lefty Vs. Morati (Big Brown delivers Wed.)

    Rohloff Vs. SS (Rims + Hubs, but no spokes i.e. not complete.)

    Forget Jesus, what would you do? (though, I am just going to try the Rohloff and see if I like it. If I don'ts, then it's SS... at least untill SRAM comes out with the Carbon XO RD with Mini (short) cage)...

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    Is that a Curtis 'Tec, or one of the rare Ti RetroTecs?

    FWIW, I think a lefty is blasphemy. Good work!

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    That just looks wrong.

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    That's exactly what I think...
    Exactly the reason I got the Morati. It'll be dead sexy.
    For whatever reason it looks really weird. And, I *like* Leftys (I know a lot don't), but it just doesn't work in the frame.

    Now, what to do with a 1.125" Lefty...

    Thanks for solidifying my thoughts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ntsqd
    Is that a Curtis 'Tec, or one of the rare Ti RetroTecs?

    FWIW, I think a lefty is blasphemy. Good work!
    It is Ti.
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