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PostPosted: Sat Dec 17, 2011 3:14 pm 
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Biscuits have arrived back today and look fantastic :D

Ringle Hubba Bubba/Super Duper 8 hubs with Holey qr's, purple nipples , Sapim spokes and NOS Mavic 230 rims.


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Like them wheels mate, are your spokes double butted 8)


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LeeDevelopment wrote:
The Kooka's may look the dogs gonads but be very wary of them snapping, personally I'd be looking at running the CBR cranks instead. Unless this is going to be a garage queen?


Its going to be a rider, but only road, i'm warming towards the Kooka's the more i look at them, but i'm sure i can find a good home for the CBR's...


:shock: :(

Buy a road bike instead? :wink:


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racer x wrote:
Like them wheels mate, are your spokes double butted 8)


:wink: sure are


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Rob Atkin wrote:
thesneaker wrote:
LeeDevelopment wrote:
The Kooka's may look the dogs gonads but be very wary of them snapping, personally I'd be looking at running the CBR cranks instead. Unless this is going to be a garage queen?


Its going to be a rider, but only road, i'm warming towards the Kooka's the more i look at them, but i'm sure i can find a good home for the CBR's...


:shock: :(

Buy a road bike instead? :wink:


:lol: already got one, but reading about the Funk fork stanchion failures the road is a safer option :wink:


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Awesome mate really looking forward to see your finished build, are you taking 2 pics one with flat pedals and one with spuds :D would love to see both pedals on such a nice bike matey, more purple 3dv :D


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Think the bike is going to be funkalicious 8)


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Grafton Joystix for sale in 3DV on the forum - £200 posted


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Chris wrote:
Think the bike is going to be funkalicious 8)


I do too. The question is...when?...


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ez054098 wrote:
Chris wrote:
Think the bike is going to be funkalicious 8)


I do too. The question is...when?...


Main problem now is the forks, even though they are NOS, the elastomers are shot, my mate has them soaking so he can pull them out in 1 piece to get the sizes rather than having a pile of dust come out!


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