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PostPosted: Sat Mar 13, 2010 1:22 pm 
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Photos coming!


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Hey, that´s a nice privateer as well :D
That color/sticker scheme is one of the best I think.

I´ve got an xt crank like that one coming up soon lnib :)

What kind of travel do you have on your bonty´s forks?
They seem to have more travel than original.
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Really like that build! You have quite a nice stable of bikes there 8)


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Finally some updated shots!

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Let me know what you think! I don't think the CODA's will be staying but they will do until I can find something more suitable!


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I think it looks great!
I think it looks ready to race!!
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 14, 2010 11:54 pm 
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Really nice ride fella, remember these the first time round, wishing I could afford one!


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Thanks for the kind words guys! I'm looking forward to seeing yours take shape Jan!


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Thanks for the kind words guys! I'm looking forward to seeing yours take shape Jan!


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It sure is a sharp build. I love the color and the direction you are taking with it. I think you should lose those Coda cranks though. They are ok and proper for certain builds but not for this bike. I would try to go with some nice Cooks or Kookas if you can source them. I feel the look of this bike is really race ready and nimble and the Coda cranks look a bit klunky. That's just my opinion however which means little. Still overall its really great!


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