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bikeguy101
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by bikeguy101

This is Carl's tcr custom[Edit by Frankie => unsolicited advertising]

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Ripley451
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by Ripley451

WOW!!! Its so stealthy I can't even see it :lol:
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bikeguy101
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for a high tech site, sure is a primitive format that it won't accept the attachments; yet smartasses..

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primitive file format for a high tech size, add a smartass on top..

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Ripley451
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You can attach pics as long as they are smaller than 128kb. You can resize or use imagehosting sites, thats how I get it to work.
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brianwchan
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by brianwchan

Ripley isn't being a smartass, and you shouldn't blame the site if you can't get a pic to work. There's a preview button you can hit before you post by the way.

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by flying

You can post it on a free site like photo bucket then just link it.

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twistyaction usa
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by twistyaction usa

Here's the bike. And some shots of the cranks, brakes, seat, pedals and skewers. He has one more crankset in stock 175mm-39/53.
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CaptainWilier
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by CaptainWilier

Very nice bike build. Should this be under the "for sale" section or did he just buy it?

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peterb_bt
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by peterb_bt

Very nice, I've always liked that colourway and the matching highlights on the cranks/tyres and bar tape really look cool. What's does it weigh?
You can never have too much carbon fibre....!

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toko
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by toko

Very nice build...anyone know wich are the weight of the crankset :?:

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Ripley451
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+1 very nice. The highlights provide a good colour scheme.
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twistyaction usa
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by twistyaction usa

Bikeguy101 just built this for a customer and thought you would like a look at it before it disappears into private ownership. I believe that Bikeguy101 told me the weight was in the 12's.

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Knut
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+1 for a very nice build. A set of Speedplay Zero Titanium CSC edition would compliment the other red parts rather nicely. 8)

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by tcr

Awesome build! This is probably the nicest giant I have ever seen! :D

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