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PostPosted: Sat Dec 29, 2012 6:20 pm 
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Although the purple rings are growing on me now :D


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Thanks Mike. High praise indeed :lol:


Did you manage to check yet if you bar fouls your top tube?


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Have you tried - suspensionforkparts.net


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Have you tried - suspensionforkparts.net


Seen that yes, was hoping to avoid spending a bunch of money on the forks :(


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Maybe you're right, it may be too purple, but I will say that I like.

these are definitely the cranks, I'm torn between Grafton and cook bros in 3DV.

This will give me an idea!

Surprisingly, continue!


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F.R.O. wrote:
Maybe you're right, it may be too purple, but I will say that I like.
these are definitely the cranks, I'm torn between Grafton and cook bros in 3DV.
This will give me an idea!
Surprisingly, continue!


I don't think you can go wrong with either crank choice on a Yeti :D


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anyone can look good.
the cook rsr always liked more, but the other components is grafton and perhaps better to put all the equipment.

I take time decision.


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No, I will not sell you my Grafton 3DV BB :)


Your Bike looks great every day, week, month...


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nogueira.nuno wrote:
No, I will not sell you my Grafton 3DV BB :)


Your Bike looks great every day, week, month...


Thanks Nuno,

You might find the next update interesting, am making good progress with this build now, hope to have it finished within a week :D


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On that note - has anyone got any 3DV Grafton pedals they want to sell or swap? I have silver ones for trade :D


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