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PostPosted: Thu Aug 03, 2006 8:05 am 
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Post a piccy!


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pics at last


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 09, 2006 9:35 pm 
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Frame rock lobster team ti
Fork marzocchi bomber mx comp air 105mm 2005 model
Headset fsa orbit uf
Stem fsa xc140 130mm
Handlebar pro 15mm risers
Grips yeti hardcore red
Brakes rear magura hs33 tomac red front deore disk
Cantilever cable hangers erm fraid not
Brake Levers right hand magura hs33 left hand deore disk
Shifters XT thumbies
Front Derailleur 2006 LX top pull
Rear Derailleur 93 LX with worn out jockey wheels
Cassette STX RC 11-30 8 speed
Chain SRAM pc58
Cranks sugino XD
Chainrings Sugino XD 24 36 46
Bottom Bracket UN73 cartridge
Pedals M636 DX SPuDs
Quick Releases Cannondale rear, allen bolt front
Rims Mavic x517 rear, xm317 front
Hubs 2003 XT rear 475 disk front
Tyres IRC serac k 1.95 rear, nokian NBX 2.1 front
Saddle selle italia nti
Seatpost system ex 400mm x 27.0
Weight not too bad, bit lighter than my clockwork


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PostPosted: Thu Aug 10, 2006 12:11 am 
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Lovely bike.
Nice to see someone else using the MX Comps. I know they're not particularly boutique but I've never felt the reason for anymore performance than they give and they last forever.


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PostPosted: Fri Sep 15, 2006 7:54 am 
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Went for the rear disk...


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Dude how tall are you!!!!
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PostPosted: Fri Sep 15, 2006 3:40 pm 
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about 6'4 ish, but i have long legs and arms


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Latest pic taken today... because i had the camera out!


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Frame rock lobster team ti
Fork marzocchi bomber mx comp air 105mm 2005 model
Headset fsa orbit uf
Stem fsa xc140 130mm
Handlebar pro 15mm risers (race face evolve xc)
Grips yeti hardcore red
Brakes rear magura hs33 tomac red front deore disk (deore disk rear now with a2z adapter)
Cantilever cable hangers erm fraid not
Brake Levers right hand magura hs33 left hand deore disk (both deore disk)
Shifters XT thumbies
Front Derailleur 2006 LX top pull
Rear Derailleur 93 LX with worn out jockey wheels (now 07XT)
Cassette STX RC 11-30 8 speed
Chain SRAM pc58
Cranks sugino XD (now race face prodigy)
Chainrings Sugino XD 24 36 46 (now TA 44 outer with shimano middle and granny)
Bottom Bracket UN73 cartridge (now fsa platinum pro ti)
Pedals M636 DX SPuDs (now 545 SPuDs)
Quick Releases Cannondale rear, allen bolt front (now a2z ti)
Rims Mavic x517 rear, xm317 front (rear now mavic x717)
Hubs 2003 XT rear 475 disk front (rear now 2003 xt disk)
Tyres IRC serac k 1.95 rear, nokian NBX 2.1 front (michelin xls rear, continental vapor front)
Saddle selle italia nti (Now x0 in red)
Seatpost system ex 400mm x 27.0 (now an inline post cos i bent the old one)
Weight not too bad, bit lighter than my clockwork


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PostPosted: Sat Jan 19, 2008 10:38 am 
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not just built to look at...


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