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PostPosted: Thu Jun 02, 2011 10:20 pm 
South West Deputy AEC
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New pics.

Now with lots of M900 XTR, Chill Pills and tyres that most folks will hate!!! :lol:

...just waiting on a chain!


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Maybe it would break the blue ano symmetry of the seatpost and stem, but you NEEEED the NOS RekTek stem (look 3 or 4 photos down the page) that Rod Kirkham has in his man cave:


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South West Deputy AEC
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classen wrote:
Maybe it would break the blue ano symmetry of the seatpost and stem, but you NEEEED the NOS RekTek stem (look 3 or 4 photos down the page) that Rod Kirkham has in his man cave:


Cool thread and nice stem! 8)


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Gorgeous.


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PostPosted: Fri Jun 03, 2011 8:27 pm 
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Liking this progressive build a lot! M900 and Cooks Cranks look really good! Well done! How's the Pace forks affect handling?


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VERY nice push- iron :shock:


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classen wrote:
Maybe it would break the blue ano symmetry of the seatpost and stem, but you NEEEED the NOS (look 3 or 4 photos down the page) that Rod Kirkham has in his man cave:

Agreed and agreed.


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That's it! Not touching anything else now!!!

Bonty Ti bars and Manitou 4 fitted :D


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Very nice. Beautiful.


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Weapon of choice for woodbury meet?


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