Postby Rider-man-Cam on Sat 30/Aug/08 8:29am

ben_dover wrote: heres mine.....

so will you be another one to come to my djs?
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Postby Datsane on Sat 30/Aug/08 2:52pm

Mel wrote:
Datsane wrote: I started the build on the rat at long last.

Nice one. Looks a bit 'bitsy' at the mo'... but I guess that's 'cause it's in bits. :paranoid: Can't wait to see it finished. :thumbsup:

We can form a "silly bars, skinny tyres" club now. :lol:
Cyclo X club :paranoid:


Edit: Photos up http://www.vorb.org.nz/ftopicp-1861698.html#1861698
I'd like to point out the winner was on a ROADRAT :thumbsup:
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Postby DaveAldred on Sat 30/Aug/08 7:53pm

I cleaned my bike for the first time in months and thought I'd put it on here.

It is a black one.

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Postby thorg on Sat 30/Aug/08 7:59pm

I'm guessing speccy stumpjumper :eh:
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Postby Monolith on Sat 30/Aug/08 8:01pm

Love the tube & quickfill Davo :D

What a racer
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Postby DaveAldred on Sat 30/Aug/08 8:10pm

Monolith wrote: I love a lube & quickfill Davo :D


I hear what I want to hear.

Yes Thorg. 99 S-Works. Well spotted mate.
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Postby NICKed on Sun 31/Aug/08 6:37pm

how do I lock my rear wheel in? Do I need a bolt through hub? or make up some chain tugs?
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Postby JohnnyC on Sun 31/Aug/08 6:43pm

NICKed wrote: how do I lock my rear wheel in? Do I need a bolt through hub? or make up some chain tugs?
Bolt up hub for sure, chain tugs not a bad idea either
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Postby musket on Sun 31/Aug/08 6:44pm

Either or. A bolt up hub - don't confuse it with a q/r hub using a bolt up skewer, they just don't have enough grunt.
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Postby dented on Sun 31/Aug/08 7:45pm

NICKed wrote: how do I lock my rear wheel in? Do I need a bolt through hub? or make up some chain tugs?

My dropouts are identical to yours, I use a Surly SS hub (bolt through) and a Surly chaintug on the driveside. Its mint
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Postby Punter on Sun 31/Aug/08 7:48pm

lahar singlespeeder style
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Who Rides Rotorua - Need Help With Gearing For Whaka 100

Postby nzkiwiguy on Mon 1/Sep/08 1:55pm

coming up to rotorua for the whaka 100. will be on the niner 29er single speed.

anyone suggest gearing for the ride.

Notice I said ride not race!!! Slow overweight middle aged guy who wants to survive the event not die inthe first two hours!

Thanks
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Postby NICKed on Tue 2/Sep/08 5:30pm

Finished bar the sorting out the rear hub/chain tugs
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Postby Rider-man-Cam on Tue 2/Sep/08 6:04pm

nice. whats up with the massive spider on the cranks?
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Postby dented on Tue 2/Sep/08 6:07pm

XTR cranks are like that. Most SSer's cut/grind off the big ring bits though.
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