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Dougan
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by Dougan

Thought you might like to see a recent build of mine.

6870g as pictured (without bottle & Garmin). Not bad considering the frame is crazy heavy 1400g!
Will be under 6800g if I swap out the Sram Force cassette for a Red and change the rear tyre to a 215g Tufo all as intended.

Cant really comment on the ride yet as I've not ridden it enough.

http://imageshack.us/a/img850/182/oqlf.jpg

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danoontje
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by danoontje

Nice! And the lion as well

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SolidSnake03
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by SolidSnake03

Really like that color scheme, normally not a fan of wheel decals but those match the frame perfectly!
Looks like I made a new 90 Proof friend

paradawt
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by paradawt

Bigger pic to see better ;)

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milkbaby
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by milkbaby

That is beautiful, nice job on a heavy frameset. Makes me want one too... Is that a XS or S frame?

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by kgt

Very nice!

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Dougan
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by Dougan

milkbaby wrote:That is beautiful, nice job on a heavy frameset. Makes me want one too... Is that a XS or S frame?


Its a Large Frameset and thanks Paradawt the Lion looks spectacular supersized

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by micky

Very good weight considering I cant notice some real WW material, right?

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