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PostPosted: Sat Mar 05, 2011 7:36 pm 
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clockworkgazz wrote:
I don't think this has beem in a BOTM before but will stand to be corrected


Maybe not but per the rules you've broken them anyway by posting double the amount of allowed pictures.


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PostPosted: Sat Mar 05, 2011 8:27 pm 
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drystonepaul wrote:
The pedant in me feels compelled to remind everyone of BoTM rule number 8:

Two pictures per bike only.

I think the Cro-Mega is made in Taiwan too. Not sure about the Al Mega.
Anyway, carry on.


That, and easy on the 'quoting' of images (that we've already seen) :roll:


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PostPosted: Sat Mar 05, 2011 8:32 pm 
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Here's my 1990 Yeti Ultimate. Finished just in time for the poll! Strung with Bullseye cranks and hubs, ODI grips, Chris King headset, Ringle skewers, and Hyperlite handlebar. 8)

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mfh126 wrote:
Here's my 1990 Yeti Ultimate. Finished just in time for the poll! Strung with Bullseye cranks and hubs, ODI grips, and Hyperlite handlebar. 8)



Love the bike, hate the saddle. Nice though.


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Nice yeti.


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Tazio wrote:
mfh126 wrote:
Here's my 1990 Yeti Ultimate. Finished just in time for the poll! Strung with Bullseye cranks and hubs, ODI grips, and Hyperlite handlebar. 8)



Love the bike, hate the saddle. Nice though.


Thanks. I was going for a mostly period-correct build, and the Turbo came factory installed on most Yetis of the era. :wink:


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drystonepaul wrote:
The pedant in me feels compelled to remind everyone of BoTM rule number 8:

Two pictures per bike only.

I think the Cro-Mega is made in Taiwan too. Not sure about the Al Mega.
Anyway, carry on.


Sorted :oops:


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PostPosted: Sat Mar 05, 2011 10:19 pm 
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mfh126 wrote:
Tazio wrote:
mfh126 wrote:
Here's my 1990 Yeti Ultimate. Finished just in time for the poll! Strung with Bullseye cranks and hubs, ODI grips, and Hyperlite handlebar. 8)



Love the bike, hate the saddle. Nice though.


Thanks. I was going for a mostly period-correct build, and the Turbo came factory installed on most Yetis of the era. :wink:


I think the saddle complements the build perfectly 8)


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mfh126 wrote:
Here's my 1990 Yeti Ultimate. Finished just in time for the poll! Strung with Bullseye cranks and hubs, ODI grips, Chris King headset, Ringle skewers, and Hyperlite handlebar. 8)

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Nice specimen. You wouldn't happen to know who welded it by chance, would you? :lol:

makster wrote:
I think the saddle complements the build perfectly 8)


I do to. White Turbos just scream circa 91 MBA Wrecking Crew.


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I know the saddle is correct but even when I got my first MTB I put a road saddle on it as it was what I was used to from previous bikes. Personal taste I suppose.


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