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PostPosted: Thu May 03, 2007 12:32 am 
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ti-fat-man wrote:
..the fat-ti build has three main brands. Ringle-hubs/stem/cage/seat clamp/wheel release, Syncros-seat post/bar/cranks and Pauls-levers/cantis/shifters. Two colours namely the black and blue. cheers al.


Yeah it's nice to see a bit of Syncros on there, makes me think about sticking my Syncros Revo's on the Yo.. Snapped up a 29.4 Syncros post so might be the way forward :wink:

Jez2MB has some Turqoise Graftons for sale at the moment I think that might be a nice alternative look some days..

Did they ever make any BOI/Fat forks in Ti?


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Grafton cranks snapped up and gone Im afraid. Would have worked but at least Syncros are rarer and nicer to boot I reckon.


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nearly done, wheels sorted.
just final snags to complete and then cable up.
used a set of ti-dye's for the rear of the ti-fat, but sheldon brown calculator let me down on the yo, specced 264, which come out at 2mm to long, so back to shops for me! looking for a wheels worth of ti-dyes for the front of ti-fat. Q. anyone know if they can still be sourced? cheers ti-fat-al.


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Nice to see what my bike would look like with a disk drive on it, damn that looks fine, just got to find one , thats not a fortune


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