My Klein Attitude build (so far)

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by Leon

Hi, time to introduce my Klein to you. I did send a pic to this site a year and a half ago, but then it wasn't a WW yet. Now it's slowly becoming one.

Klein Attitude M ? 1500 gr
Manitou SX (80mm) 1600 gr
Chris King No Threadset 128 gr
Carbon spacer 12 gr
Ritchey WCS stem O.S. 110mm 120 gr
Ritchey WCS flatbar O.S. 146gr
Tune RH1 61gr
Bontrager grips ? 80gr
Deore rapid fire shifters ? 250gr
Selle Italia SLR T1 216gr
Ritchey WCS post shortened 225gr
Klein seatpostclamp 20gr
Avid Single Digit SL 320gr
Avid SD 1.9 180gr
Shimano XTR 815gr
Ritchey WCS ti 250gr
Chain XT/Ultegra 289gr
F.D. XT ? 125gr
R.D. XT 250gr
Schwalbe Nobby Nic 2.1 960gr
tubes cheng shin 218gr
wheelset Tune mig/mag
DT ti spokes
WTB Laser Beam
Schwalbe rim tape 1425gr
Q.R. Tune 53gr

Weigth on the scale 9750gr

Next to change are the shifters and R.D. for XTR DC. After that maybe another seatpost and saddle.

? marks are for that i don't know the weight for sure.

Tell me what you like and don't like.

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by sniperworks

Nice bike, always like Klein colors.

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by EXtreme

Just out of curiosity Leon, where do you got your chengshin inner tube, given the fact that you resides in Netherlands?

Is chengshin tube made in taiwan or china? Sound chinese to me though.
most WW would chose ladex(if spelted wrongly)tube over rubber inner tube. What gives?


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by Leon

the tubes came with the bike, and since they are light i let them on.

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by adymcd

I have just started on my Klein build yesterday. I think your frame will weigh more than 1500g. I put mine on the scale and it came back at 1630g!

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by evilgeek

what kind of cassette are you using?

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by Leon

12-27 ultegra cassette. That is enough for the flat least where i am.

And for the weight on the frame, i had some hidden grams on my bike so now i know where they are.........

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by Leeww

here's mine !


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by Hi|ikus

That bike is the sexeh! Leeww
Shut up legs and do what I tell you!

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