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    JNC upgrade for Sultan

    The original 2008 factory gray outline decals were feeling a little dull, so I thought it was time for an upgrade

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    Thanks Jay!
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    Where's the corn?


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    Quote Originally Posted by jncarpenter
    Where's the corn?
    Nice work, dude!
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    cool decals but cut that front brake line before you injure some wildlife!!
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    And here I thought I was going to see an Avy on a Sultan Nice stickers
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    Quote Originally Posted by SSINGA
    cool decals but cut that front brake line before you injure some wildlife!!

    It must just be that its 12:30AM here, but that is funny sh!t.
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    Looks good! I really like the dewdrops in the lettering, but I gotta admit, I don't know how many years it's been since I've seen anyone riding with Onza pedals......old skool fer sure.
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    I've got some Onzas somewhere - were my first clipless. Learning to deal with the different release tensions depending on how hot or cold it was made for an even bigger learning curve.

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    Night & day difference and this is why I had JC make me mine.....Nice job boys......CF.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EndoRando
    Looks good! I really like the dewdrops in the lettering, but I gotta admit, I don't know how many years it's been since I've seen anyone riding with Onza pedals......old skool fer sure.
    Good eyes. Onza HO's were my first clipless, and I have stuck with them ever since. I have several pairs for parts and a box full of elasotmers. Been thinking about finally giving in to XT's though.
    Crunchy. Even in mud.

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    Gotta get me some of those !

    How can I get in touch with JNC ? I think those would look sweet on my 08 Flux.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tg
    How can I get in touch with JNC ? I think those would look sweet on my 08 Flux.
    Just scroll up a bit to the second post in this thread and send him a PM. Mr. Carpenter does nice work, indeed!
    Crunchy. Even in mud.

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