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PostPosted: Thu Aug 25, 2011 7:50 pm 
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stumpjumper1990 wrote:
Still looking for a 28.6 M901 top pull (can swap for a 34.9 :wink:)

sounds very interesting!
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very nice frame Looking for the progress of build!
BTW Oryginal decals are having acid colour as in photos (different to catalogue), or it's only camera view?


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skolioza wrote:
stumpjumper1990 wrote:
Still looking for a 28.6 M901 top pull (can swap for a 34.9 :wink:)

sounds very interesting!
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very nice frame Looking for the progress of build!
BTW Oryginal decals are having acid colour as in photos (different to catalogue), or it's only camera view?


Aah! That's looking good! Will get pics of my 34,9 tomorrow!

The decals in the photos are faded. Think they were bright yellow. Do you mean by acid; bright green??


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PostPosted: Thu Aug 25, 2011 8:29 pm 
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Yep, I mean bright green / green pea colour when I wrote "acid" ;)


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skolioza wrote:
Yep, I mean bright green / green pea colour when I wrote "acid" ;)


Are you sure! It just doesn't seem to match with the yellow fork? Or was the fork also bright green?


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Really liking this, what a cool frame.


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PostPosted: Thu Aug 25, 2011 9:19 pm 
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coomber wrote:
Really liking this, what a cool frame.


That's what I was thinking! And even my size!! :P
I just got to have it! So I did! :D

Am looking for a decent powder coater!


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PostPosted: Thu Aug 25, 2011 9:40 pm 
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stumpjumper1990 wrote:
skolioza wrote:
Yep, I mean bright green / green pea colour when I wrote "acid" ;)


Are you sure! It just doesn't seem to match with the yellow fork? Or was the fork also bright green?

I think I do not understood well Your post - sorry ;)

Your frame is 1st with non-yellow decals I ever saw - they were allways in yellow (forks also)!

That's why I was asking if the decals are really bright green now, or it is only false view (adjustments of Your camera, my monitor screen etc)
If they are - probably they just fade, and change colour to oryginals (yellow)- as You wrote above


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Ooh, we just misunderstood! :lol:

The decals on the frame are faded! Probably by the sun! The decals were yellow and I will have them reproduced by Gil in yellow again. I will try to have it just like the catalogue.

I even bought a NOS Tange fork! :P


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This will be a beauty whn you are finished 8)
Hell of a job to get the grips on those handlebars.


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