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Ted did respond to my email updating him on my preference and reconfirming my shipping information.

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I got a reply from him right after I emaild my address etc :)

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thanks guys, I mailed Ted last week but didn't hear from him yet so I guess darbydog is right and he's just busy. I'll wait some more and try asking him if he got it if I haven't heard anything by next week.

Now Casran, what's that special project of yours 8)


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thanks guys, I mailed Ted last week but didn't hear from him yet so I guess darbydog is right and he's just busy. I'll wait some more and try asking him if he got it if I haven't heard anything by next week.

Now Casran, what's that special project of yours 8)


I emailed and have not heard from him, and was holding off with the same assumption.

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@ CASRAN - is there something in the works that you were going to talk about?

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@ CASRAN - is there something in the works that you were going to talk about?



No, nothing interesting for you guys. It's on a personal level, and I will show you when the cranks arrive... please don't ask about it now.

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A lot of you are opting for the Heavyweight Boxer; there will be a laser mark that will say Heavyweight but I was thinking of replacing that with "Bigfellow" in honor of Bill, just on the tester's cranks for whom it will mean something. What do you guys think about that?


I have to join in here too because that's a really beautifull memory of him - respect!

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ZeroG wrote:
A lot of you are opting for the Heavyweight Boxer; there will be a laser mark that will say Heavyweight but I was thinking of replacing that with "Bigfellow" in honor of Bill, just on the tester's cranks for whom it will mean something. What do you guys think about that?


I have to join in here too because that's a really beautifull memory of him - respect!
i agree total respect


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col hicks wrote:
Mads Kock wrote:
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A lot of you are opting for the Heavyweight Boxer; there will be a laser mark that will say Heavyweight but I was thinking of replacing that with "Bigfellow" in honor of Bill, just on the tester's cranks for whom it will mean something. What do you guys think about that?


I have to join in here too because that's a really beautifull memory of him - respect!
i agree total respect


Agree as well...200 %

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4 weeks down, 4 to go

drjones96 = excited

I'll install mine and take it 'Trick-or-Treating' :lol:

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Any news yet?

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what's the max weight on the middleweight crancks?


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what's the max weight on the middleweight crancks?


Middleweight Boxer (150 to 185 lbs) :wink:

I can't deny I'm excited about these as well, but no news yet :)


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what's the max weight on the middleweight crancks?


Middleweight Boxer (150 to 185 lbs) :wink:

I can't deny I'm excited about these as well, but no news yet :)


& how much is that in Kg? :oops:


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1 lbs = 0.45 kg

so 67,5 - 83,25 kg

I bet you could have figured that out yourself as well though :wink:


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