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PostPosted: Tue Jan 12, 2010 8:02 pm 
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haggis wrote:
http://www.retrobike.co.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?t=39780&highlight=hot+updated

Not got any pics of the P2's unfortunately Pat. I'm starting to miss my Hot now so i think i'll have to jump on the next one that comes along, particularly a Teesdale one with the ribbed downtube :wink:


It was a nice build you had there, why did you sell it?
Would it be greedy of me to want a Teesdale Hot too? :wink:


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Only sold it to fund my Eriksen. Didn't want to as i had wanted one for a long time before i eventually got it but needs must

and no def not greedy to want a Teesdale as well


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Here's a picture of Pauls' Hot with the matching P2 fork on it


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PostPosted: Wed Jan 13, 2010 2:25 am 
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haggis wrote:
Here's a picture of Pauls' Hot with the matching P2 fork on it
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Thanks for that, it looks mental, but in a good way! :wink:
Did you have it built like that? Those bars look interesting, are they comfortable?
It's a shame you split the frame and forks, but if I wasn't using them either, I'd probably have done the same. :(


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PostPosted: Wed Jan 13, 2010 10:26 am 
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iveto1983 wrote:
mousemat, did you build the frame up, any pics?


No pictures of yours built up I'm afraid, I was near to collecting all the parts I wanted and then got the opportunity to purchase a 1993 Teesdale built Hot so sold the one you have to fund that.


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No pictures of yours built up I'm afraid, I was near to collecting all the parts I wanted and then got the opportunity to purchase a 1993 Teesdale built Hot so sold the one you have to fund that.


Will you be posting a thread for your Hot when you get it back from the painters? 8) I'd like to see it.


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iveto1983 wrote:
Will you be posting a thread for your Hot when you get it back from the painters? 8) I'd like to see it.


Yes I will be posting a thread. I'll start it at the weekend when I box the frame up so it'll be some before pics to start.


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You gotta get those forks fixed up! They look flippin' fantastic!

Mmmmm, once again I'm getting the wants for a Hot. Lucky sod!


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mousemat wrote:
iveto1983 wrote:
Will you be posting a thread for your Hot when you get it back from the painters? 8) I'd like to see it.


Yes I will be posting a thread. I'll start it at the weekend when I box the frame up so it'll be some before pics to start.


Cool, I look forward to following the build. :D

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You gotta get those forks fixed up! They look flippin' fantastic!

Mmmmm, once again I'm getting the wants for a Hot. Lucky sod!


Cheers Fella! I've got brakes, a cassette and brake mounts for the rc31's coming this week, so she'll be rideable again soon, but I am going to get the Rock Shox fixed too. 8)


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She's fully built and rideable again. Rides so smoothly, my Dad probably prefers riding this to any of my other bikes.

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I'm building some spare wheels up for her. I bought some M910 hubs from mousemat that I'm building up with some Sun rims to keep knobbly tires on.

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