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PostPosted: Sun Apr 17, 2011 10:31 pm 
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8) Perfect


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i found something not right :!: :lol: :oops: the text on the chainrings are out of step by one bolt :lol:


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PostPosted: Mon Apr 18, 2011 10:58 am 
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Amazingly stunning bike :D :D


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stew-b wrote:
i found something not right :!: :lol: :oops: the text on the chainrings are out of step by one bolt :lol:


yeah, I'll sort that out. Need to find a turquoise inner ring too


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Yum ...

A truly DREAM YETI ¡!

Excellent job mate, a really EXCELLENT JOB


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That's a stunner, right down to the blue cable crimps. Top work fella!

Blue elastomers for the Onza's maybe? 8)


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BoTM Winner | Feature Bike | Gold Trader
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Sweet sweet bike mate! Two thumbs up really. I like it more without those HEDs.


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That is an outstanding build. Really done as a Yeti should be. Love the HEDs.


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i have just "jizzed in my pants"


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wOw !!

that would not only be the B.O.T.Y. but B.O.T.C. (bike of the centuary)

stunning!


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