My finished builds, pics on page 3

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johanfl
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by johanfl

A key would do the trick :oops:

JensW
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by JensW

bobbyOCR wrote:/\ Next time, try and find a way in. I'm not sure how secure houses are in Sweden, but here, mine was incredibly easy to get into in a pinch.


hehe, most house in sweden has so good safty that the only way to get in is to smash a windows or something.

one good thing to do is to give some spare keys to neighbours :D

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earth1tree23
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by earth1tree23

Yeah-I remember that when visiting my friend in Stockholm. I always thought the Swedes were very nice people. I still don't understand why the safety is so good everywhere. I mean, every house is like a safe. But then everyone on the street is also friendly. So what is going on there?
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strobbekoen
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by strobbekoen

Nothing, swedes are just very thorough! :mrgreen:

earth1tree23
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by earth1tree23

But not so good at remembering to take the keys evidently :P
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by Kuiper

JensW wrote:One good thing to do is to give some spare keys to neighbours :D


So when you are in at the neighbours (as criminal/thief), you only need to find the keys to get also in the house of the neighbours.

Nice build Johan!

earth1tree23
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by earth1tree23

Nederlanders zijn veel te bijdehand....
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earth1tree23
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by earth1tree23

En nog Westlander ook...

(Zelluf Delluf)
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johanfl
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by johanfl

Well the bike is finished now.
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johanfl
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by johanfl

Some more picture.
I had so much trouble trying to get the wire inside the toptube. The factory forgot to put in the cable guide that is used to guide the wire inside the toptube. I was trying for two hours and the gave up, got inside the house and had some tea. The i got and idea and tried again. Fixt it in 2 minutes :-)
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xpert
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by xpert

Very nice bike, well done.... Weight?
Train with this and after when u afford it change bars and seatpost.

johanfl
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by johanfl

Buildlist:

Frame JFL 1034
Fork JFL 360
Wheelset JFL carbon tub 50mm 1574
Skewers 90
Headset FSA Orbit Z 115
Crank D-A 667
BB D-A 99
Bottlecages JFL 29
Bolts bottlecage 5
Seat collar 35
Stem JFL 191
Headset spacer JFL 16
Setapost JFL 228
Saddle SLR XP 180
Handlebar JFL 212
Front derailleur: 80
Rear derailleur: 182
Brake caliper 316
Pedal Ultegra 317
Brake/shift levers D-A 425
Cable/Housings brake front D-A 40
Cable/Housings brake rear D-A 75
Cable/Housings derailleur front D-A 30
Cable/Housings derailleur front D-A 50
Tyres Vitt Evo CX 21mm incl valve ext. 544
Chain D-A 251
KMC missing link 2
Handlebar Tape 52
Handlebar plugs 4

Total 7203

I paid no attention at all to use light componets, it's all standard so to speak. So i guess it leaves room to make it lighter realativly easy.

//Johan

johanfl
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by johanfl

Completly off topic, almoust in any case :D
Here is my my other build:

Not a WW project att all as you can see.
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frd
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by frd

johanfl wrote:Some more picture.
I had so much trouble trying to get the wire inside the toptube. The factory forgot to put in the cable guide that is used to guide the wire inside the toptube. I was trying for two hours and the gave up, got inside the house and had some tea. The i got and idea and tried again. Fixt it in 2 minutes :-)

So how did you do it?
...a magnet? Something else?

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johanfl
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by johanfl

Hi Frenk.
I tried using the cable itself the first times, but it's too flexy and would miss the hole, tha cable didn't evencome close to the hole. The inside of the carbon tuptube seems i little rough so i couldnt' giude it close enough tho get hold of it.
After two hours of frustation i took a break and suddenly rememberd that i had a cheap cable set laying around that has a small plastic tube that is used to protect the bare cable.
I took that tube inserted in the hole in front of the toptube and success!
It came out through the hole in the back on the first try.

//Johan

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