Build my walser TT bike. (pictures on page 9)

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acg

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Jeff
When does the frame arrive?
V much looking forward to seeing it in all its glory

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Waiting on instructions from andy on how to install the fork. The headset is non-standard.

Frame+BB+Seatpost (uncut)+Headset weigh 2kg almost exactly.

Wheels are 1500g, they are not the high-modulus, but I paid less than the price for the normal tubular version so I am not unhappy with that. I believe it will still be under 7500 grams without any weenie parts.

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wow.....
:D :D :D

bike bling
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Jeffr you just made my day :no1:

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Bling Bling... :shock:

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by Skies388

Walser has definitely pimped your ride. Beautiful bike can't wait to see it built!

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X-Zibit and Andy Walser

If your wanna be a player, but your rides not stealth, and you really want to fly....damn, that was a shocking paradoy :oops:

edit: Speak to Andy Walser and he'll PIMP..YOUR...RIDE...

Nice bike though :)
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Skillgannon wrote:X-Zibit and Andy Walser

If your wanna be a player, but your rides not stealth, and you really want to fly....damn, that was a shocking paradoy :oops:


Nice bike though :)


Now that was funny skill, much better than mine.

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hey if it wasnt for your post, I wouldnt have even thought of that...or I might not have, anyway...thanks though :)

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Thats a very nice frame :thumbup:
See all my bike h e r e

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only one thing


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Wat er ook gebeurt, altijd blijven trappen!

real fun game: http://www.tredz.co.uk/game/

best so far 1319.7 \o/

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by benni

only one thing, very nice frame but..... maybe next time spend some money on furniture. that must be the ugliest furniture i have ever seen

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benni wrote:only one thing, very nice frame but..... maybe next time spend some money on furniture. that must be the ugliest furniture i have ever seen


And that perhaps one of the most disrespectful comments I've ever seen. Keep it on topic or dont say anything at all. Jeez!

Jeffr, great stuff. I love the way you "set" the table with your bike components. What do you think of the bars now you have them?

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by FelixOr

Nice, i love the huge BB-area!

What SRM is in that box? Square pro?
Can't wait to see that beauty built up :thumbup:

What are you going to do against the missing bottlecage mounts?

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Thats indeed one of the nicest TT frames i have ever seen, congrats and have fun with it.
J.

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