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    DT and Greg-you guys ROCK!

    and so do your bikes!!

    thanks,

    rj
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    sweet! wait till squish gets a load of this! hes all nutty for a yaller rfx.
    No, I'm NOT back!

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    You have it back already?? With a custom PC? I thought you just got the owie?

    Anyway, back on the bus!
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    Quote Originally Posted by tscheezy
    You have it back already?? With a custom PC? I thought you just got the owie?

    Anyway, back on the bus!
    i'm back after my owie, gingerly.

    now the bus has an owie and i'm afraid i'm have to take him behind the shed and shoot him. this is sort of a parting shot of the old dog

    the good news is how great our friends at Turner are

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    Customer service, that is why we buy Turners.
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    I concur. I"m a Turner fan for life. XL Highline here I come!

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    No, that's not phonetic
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    Oh, I thought that was already the new rig. That turnaround would have even been impressive for the big T.

    Good luck with both owies.
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    i can see how you would think that.

    still, i think i will be riding the new, yet to be named, pack by this weekend

    stock gray PC must think of clever name

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    called turner monday morning
    the brown santa delivered wednesday morning
    you guys are the best

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtbag
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    Man those bikes look good. I can't seem to get them out of my head, partly because of the looks, and partly because "RFX" just sounds so much cooler than "5.5 Spot".

    Yes, both are valid reasons for UGI.

    Nice ride Dirt Bag. You're not going to do anything crazy like paint it yellow, are you?
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    The silver logo striping against the dark grey looks really nice. Never noticed it before.

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    Sweet Dirtbag. I wish I could see it this weekend, but I don't think my wheels will be ready until mid next week.

    I love the Turner CS. They hooked me up when i went all stupid like in Flagstaff. Enjoy building the bike.
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    Along the OT, Turner will always be my first choice. I have explored other options from other great manufacturers including Foes, but many combinations bring me back to Turner, including their customer service and fast and to the point options to resolve problems. There are no mysteries with how they help. They simply work to make you happy, the call is over, and you're left thinking, "Holy ****...it couldn't have been that nice and easy".

    PS- Greg likes cheesecake.

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    [QUOTE=tiSS'er]Sweet Dirtbag. I wish I could see it this weekend, but I don't think my wheels will be ready until mid next week.QUOTE]

    you can borrow my hardleys. seriously!

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    Thanks for the offer, I typically don't liek to borrow stuff from other people. I'm not responsible enough for that . Besides, I'd probably have to walk back to my car after the Hardly breaks again.

    I have some hiking plans with the wife, so I might see you guys out there.
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