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PostPosted: Mon Mar 28, 2011 2:06 pm 
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that looks great irvin. yeah some xc tyres mate, def required! and a flat bar. keep the stem, ditch the risers :) its come together very nicely!


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merckx wrote:
that looks great irvin. yeah some xc tyres mate, def required! and a flat bar. keep the stem, ditch the risers :) its come together very nicely!


Thanks man, looking for a nice set of Larssen TT's or sort off..I can win about 1 kilo with a new set rubber!
I like the handeling of that riser a lot, a used it in combination with a 0 degrees 40mm stem, but this combi with the about 15 degrees (?) Roox is to high...


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yeah larsens are nice. fair enough with the bars, i agree they do handle better with a wider bar, and a riser at that. you could try flipping the stem, with some more of those the spacers under it, as a starting point...then see if you need to get a 0 degree instead. the yellow of the stem matches nicely to your decals...classy.

the forks look great on it, i like the silver sliders...they match the frame really well!


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Very nice, I love Gt


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Good, good, excellent even, but...risers? :?


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THATS A VERY TIDY FRAME , I AM JUST STARTING MY ZASKAR FRAME SO HOW ON EARTH DID YOU GET YOURS SO SHINY?


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Major22 wrote:
Good, good, excellent even, but...risers? :?


Haha, thanks! Yeah I know what you mean, there's something strange going on in that cockpit. First give it a good ride... :)


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retroman wrote:
THATS A VERY TIDY FRAME , I AM JUST STARTING MY ZASKAR FRAME SO HOW ON EARTH DID YOU GET YOURS SO SHINY?


"Autosol" and polish if your life depended on it! :o


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