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 Post subject: Parts for the S/S Beast
PostPosted: Sat Apr 19, 2008 2:01 pm 
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Parts coming together for my S/S Beat of the East project.

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Forks polished up

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Hopefully in the post are

Paul word hub seized though :?
Paul cantilevers
Syncros gorilla
KCNC Seat collar
S/S Chainring bolts
Green nips


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OH MY GOD! within a couple of photos you have encompassed pretty much everything i am looking for for my projects!!!!!!!!! aaarrrgh! any more where you're getting that lot from..........???


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Are we allowed to Ebay our children to get cranks like that?


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Gonna look ultra clean lined by the colour scheme on display there,cool parts hoard so far chap. 8)


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Now with syncros gorillas
paul canti levers
salsa rasta skewers
salsa delgado rims (to be built with ringle and paul word hubs)

Think I'm gonna go for a black seat post and white charge saddle after seeing the bars on.


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looking good,i was half expecting the frame to be glacier white though 8)


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PostPosted: Thu May 08, 2008 7:21 pm 
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andy.l wrote:
looking good,i was half expecting the frame to be glacier white though 8)


No this is to slake my polished alu lust that I never got round to the first time round.

But since you mention it, this will be a later project that will be a powder coated white.

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with these

http://www.retrobike.co.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?t=29547

few ideas for colours but its a surprise :P


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Now thats going to be a nice Beast.


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