new frame (six13)

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xcfisher
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by xcfisher

Just thought I'd share a pic of my six13 frameset.. I've had it for a while, but haven't gotten around to building it up yet. I got a confirmed weight of 1896g for the frame, crankset/bb, seatpost collar, der. Hanger and all bolts. The frame is a size 52. The fork is a slice SI premium full carbon, the weight is an astonishing 289g uncut. Sorry for the watermarks, I didn't want it showing up on ebay like my other bike :wink:
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by bobalou

Welcome to WW's.. :D

Must be nice to just have a six13 frameset sitting around!

Are you planning on building it anytime?

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ms6073
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by ms6073

Very nice! Of course my wife would have my hide - despite her affection for me and cycling - if I laid one of our bike frames on the bedspread in our bedroom! :lol:
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xcfisher
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by xcfisher

haha... thanks. Luckily Nobody is home, and the frame is new, so no grease bed. :wink: I'm basically just waiting for some new wheels, Mavic is one of my sponsors and I'm trying to get a set of the new cosmic's, but the outlook is grim for at least a few months. I have some other wheels, but I would rather just wait as I've got an optimo bike that I ride on a daily basis.

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by Ralphy-boy

hey dude,

nice frame set, my mate has one as well and he loves it. A very good idea about the watermark with all those wankers putting illegal items on Ebay.

cheers
Ralph

"the older I get, the better I was"

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