Postby Datsane on Sun 29/Oct/06 10:43pm

pushbikerider wrote: my DMR, after a little bit of love

now with horizontal drops, no APS mounts, no cableguides, no ISCG tabs

Saint cranks
Surly SS ring with 32/18
Marzo 2004 MX
Deore 525 brkes
hope / LX hubs, on 521 / 223
Azonic shorty deluxe with answer alumlite bar, intense patern lock-ons
Nice

That is all
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Postby Sims on Tue 31/Oct/06 12:26pm

My girl has been powdered

:thumbsup:
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Postby Datsane on Tue 31/Oct/06 12:44pm

Sims wrote: My girl has been powdered

:thumbsup:
Is that the same bike you had at woodhill for the SS event?
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Postby El_DHer on Tue 31/Oct/06 12:55pm

man thats tiny wat size wheels are they
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Postby Mel on Tue 31/Oct/06 12:59pm

Nice Sims. :thumbsup: Needs a Matakana Lager label on the head tube though. ;)
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Postby radical_edward on Tue 31/Oct/06 1:02pm

timmyharozeroeight wrote: man thats tiny wat size wheels are they


The 'TwoFour' written on the rim should answer that question.
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Postby Sims on Tue 31/Oct/06 1:17pm

Datsane wrote:
Sims wrote: My girl has been powdered

:thumbsup:
Is that the same bike you had at woodhill for the SS event?
Yar, but now its shiney :)
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Postby Datsane on Tue 31/Oct/06 1:20pm

Sims wrote:
Datsane wrote:
Sims wrote: My girl has been powdered

:thumbsup:
Is that the same bike you had at woodhill for the SS event?
Yar, but now its shiney :)
Very shiney indeed :thumbsup:
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Postby Sims on Tue 31/Oct/06 1:25pm

And minus the front deraileur post... :thumbsup:
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My Stp

Postby skyler on Tue 31/Oct/06 6:18pm

my stp.
i can run straight chain, but i usually run tensioner. just in these pix i dont have tensioner on. but we thought it was quite cool how it works without a tensioner.
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Another

Postby skyler on Tue 31/Oct/06 6:19pm

another
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Postby meat_sack on Tue 31/Oct/06 8:08pm

pushbikerider wrote:
honeymonster wrote:
pushbikerider wrote: my DMR, after a little bit of love


looking lovely pbr. Very nice colour choice.
Who did the horizontal conversion and grinder attack?
Man those Saint cranks look funny with a little 32 ring all on its lonesome :)


Cheers Paul

www.kiwibikes.co.nz , Jeff did the grinder and weld job, also sorted the paint too

Yup, the Saints look kinda funny with just that little 32 stainless on there (I wonder if I need to source one of the saint bashguards?)


Hey PBR how much did the dropouts cost?
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Postby meat_sack on Tue 31/Oct/06 8:12pm

skyler it looks like your seat clamp is backwards
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Postby big_daddy_jj on Tue 31/Oct/06 8:14pm

chain tension was invented for a reason skyler
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Postby big_daddy_jj on Tue 31/Oct/06 8:14pm

chain tension was invented for a reason skyler
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