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PostPosted: Tue Feb 21, 2012 1:02 am 
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Location: Sunny Glasgow
A single all blue water bottle on the up tube in place of the 2 clear.Otherwise truly headache inspiring :lol:
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Simply awesome :shock: :D

I LOVE IT :D


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Hijack again just seen this for anyone thinking about those pink tyres :lol: http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/marin-mountai ... 1e6b46267a


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Is there alink for the yeti ?

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I shouldn't like it, but I do.

Kudos for being a little different.


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 21, 2012 8:15 pm 
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Tc wrote:
Is there alink for the yeti ?

Tc


Not yet. Im afraid its not vintage yet

I have always like the side mounted cable routing and when I was mounting the Hydraulics it was only then that I realized that I would have to use cable ties and ruin the whole look. So... Unless anyone else has better ideas it looks like I will be going the trusted BB7 route.

I did add a silver king HS and silver Thomson stem and seat post ,silver yeti flat bars , silver yeti lock. On grips , Yeti saddle , silver deus cranks and silver x0 derailiers and shifters and an obligatory ringle cage
So I am trying to keep it classic looking

Anyways.... That was the stumblIng block that got me started on the Zaskar
Saturday afternoon.

So there's that ....


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I need to clear some space so this rig (sitting uncompleted for almost 5 years) will be finally parted out.

Probably going to try and sell it in parts:
    Sid Blue kit as a whole (Headset, cranks, fork and grips)
    Wheelset with Tires as a set.
    Syncros Stem, bars and seat post as a lot.
    Cages with uber rare Ringle Bottles in Sid blue
    Frame ....etc

    Will be posting on the for sale forum shortly.


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