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PostPosted: Sun Jun 22, 2008 5:58 pm 
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Hi,

No i dont know what length axle you need for the cooks.

I think the bb i have is a 115 but i will have to measure it.

Cheers,Al


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why oh why didnt i buy this :cry: dam you 'no pics' al :lol:


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I am a straight talking guy!

I paint pictures with words. :wink:

Cheers,Al


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i'm working on my sm1000. made me skip through some old threads...
whats the status here fenton?


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I'm afraid things have slowed down a lot on this build! I've recently picked up a Cook Bros. Racing BB for it but haven't made any other progress as yet mate. How is your build going? are you going to post any photos?


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PostPosted: Wed Oct 22, 2008 10:27 pm 
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Fenton wrote:
I'm afraid things have slowed down a lot on this build! I've recently picked up a Cook Bros. Racing BB for it but haven't made any other progress as yet mate.

don't give up. the result will be worthwhile :)
Fenton wrote:
How is your build going? are you going to post any photos?

well its quite strange. i have three projects were i gathered 99% parts by now. a yeti arc 1992, a marin indian fire trail 1994 and the cannondale sm1000 1990. all planned as riders. the project that is tempting me the most to build up is the cannondale although the frame is in quite bad shape. has been welded at the headtube. there'll be plenty of photos when finished, i promise :D


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Just don't go expecting that famous 1" headset tube to stay attached to that big fat downtube.....

I went through 3 Dales that summer.....


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 23, 2008 1:54 am 
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sq225917 wrote:
Just don't go expecting that famous 1" headset tube to stay attached to that big fat downtube.....

I went through 3 Dales that summer.....

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still, i wont rest until its built.


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