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PostPosted: Mon Jun 15, 2009 8:16 pm 
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it is an extra small. i can't measure it as it is not at my house right now. i am 5' 11". why do you need to know? do you work for the government?


That's an 18'' frame good for 5'5'' you really should be riding a 20'' frame.


Yes, it's a 18", the smallest size of that bike… A lot of rider prefered to use smaller frames but a lot break on the seat tube, because the seatpost was too high. Klein as welded bigger seat tubes after…

But the Team america is the more beautiful klein for me


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tintin40 wrote:
juiceboxx wrote:
it is an extra small. i can't measure it as it is not at my house right now. i am 5' 11". why do you need to know? do you work for the government?


That's an 18'' frame good for 5'5'' you really should be riding a 20'' frame.


Yes, it's a 18", the smallest size of that bike… A lot of rider prefered to use smaller frames but a lot break on the seat tube, because the seatpost was too high. Klein as welded bigger seat tubes after…

But the Team america is the more beautiful klein for me


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PostPosted: Tue Jun 16, 2009 2:08 am 
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Surely all of the purple stuff can be made black/silver. would finish it off a treat and at the price of one soaking wouldn't cost the earth either.


am not sure what you mean? uhmmtarded


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PostPosted: Tue Jun 16, 2009 8:02 am 
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juiceboxx wrote:
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Surely all of the purple stuff can be made black/silver. would finish it off a treat and at the price of one soaking wouldn't cost the earth either.


am not sure what you mean? uhmmtarded


You have a lot of NOS purple stuff hanging off that there Klein, getting it reanodised would not harm it in anyway and you could get the look you want for a fraction of the time/cost of sourcing new bits in the correct colour.

Simples :wink:


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dude......i have over 5 sets of grafton brakes, couple sets of silver grafton cranks. 35 flite saddles, 6 cnc'd mechs......and so on. taking the color from those would be sacreligious as i am a huge prince fan and my fav. colour is purple. nothing i have that is grafton is for sale either for any reading this. i do have a bunch of nos xt2 parts, but what to build with all the purple bits....and it is soo clean too...


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