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PostPosted: Tue Sep 11, 2012 4:59 pm 
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......ooooh!......y'dirty bitch!..... :o



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Beautiful! Great work, loving the paint scheme! :)


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Very nice, I do like the colour scheme 8)

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 Post subject: Re: Trimble Inverse 4
PostPosted: Tue Sep 11, 2012 9:50 pm 
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$650= £300 approx so a good price


Heh. That was about the exchange rate when it was built ;) Wrong side of £400 today. Still a bargain, though :)


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That is cool on a stratospheric level. Looking forward to the pics of the end result 8)


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Nice work Mike, looks very good... Might need a taller stem from the looks of the saddle height.

That seat looks familiar ;)


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Thanks for all the comments folks, I'm delighted with her :)

I have my eyes peeled for a nice XT post and Turbo, both of which will drop a bit for riding.

Yesterday evening I did a quick test-fitting of the Bontrager fork - what do you reckon vs. the Rockshox? Perhaps lacking some 3DV up front now?

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That does look good and I'm sure Tony will approve. Not sure if its the perfect fork yet but damn near close. I love 3DV but I reckon you could do without it, I'd swap out for black and have a funky cable hanger for the rear 8)


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