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What Colour tyres should I fit to an Aquafade build ?
Poll ended at Sun Sep 11, 2011 2:15 pm
Standard Black Amberwall 33%  33%  [ 2 ]
Butterscotch Amberwall ( as pic in this thread ) 67%  67%  [ 4 ]
Total votes : 6
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Another small update, a nicer set of Hyperlites.Grafton re-entry levers and BB to go :D


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Been a little quiet on the Yo build lately, a combination of building the Monster and getting the 89 Fat Chance has hammered funds! anyway finally managed to find a sensibly priced pair of Ringle Skewers, they just need restoring !

Still looking for some re-entry levers , also thinking of swapping out the Cooks cranks for some Grafton joysticks :? cannot decide


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Couldn't resist a nice pic of the BOI folks made jointly by Igleheart and Rody @ Groovycycle works 8)


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Couldn't resist a nice pic of the BOI folks made jointly by Igleheart and Rody @ Groovycycle works 8)


They look sick :twisted: What was the turn around time?


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Couldn't resist a nice pic of the BOI folks made jointly by Igleheart and Rody @ Groovycycle works 8)


They look sick :twisted: What was the turn around time?


i was lucky enough to get them with the frame ,sick ?
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How did you do the disassembling of the skewers?


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How did you do the disassembling of the skewers?


Very easily, put the axel tightly in a vice and simply un-wind the lever, was quite tight,but easy to do.


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theredchili wrote:
kingroon wrote:
theredchili wrote:
Couldn't resist a nice pic of the BOI folks made jointly by Igleheart and Rody @ Groovycycle works 8)


They look sick :twisted: What was the turn around time?


i was lucky enough to get them with the frame ,sick ?
:?


sick = sweet
in this context
:wink: 8)

Finish this, already, man!
I'm not one to talk :oops:


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Thanks!! I'll probably try this, too.
Do you already have a side shot of the bike? I'd like to see how the Ringlé stem looks with a cable hanger and the rigid fork.


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GoldenEraMTB wrote:
theredchili wrote:
kingroon wrote:
theredchili wrote:
Couldn't resist a nice pic of the BOI folks made jointly by Igleheart and Rody @ Groovycycle works 8)


They look sick :twisted: What was the turn around time?


i was lucky enough to get them with the frame ,sick ?
:?


sick = sweet
in this context
:wink: 8)

Finish this, already, man!
I'm not one to talk :oops:



Rob, I know, I know , too many projects, not enough £££'s,will be finished next year at some point ! 8)


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