Van Dessel Full Tilt Boogie w/ Red, ENVE parts + Corima's

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CippoForLife
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I'll update the weight for you WW's, but click below for our daily review...
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*GASP* ... oh my beating heart. Sweeetttttt!

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by Guy

Very nice. I wouldn't describe a $2000 frame+fork 'ridiculous value' however.

Is the rear brake operated by the left lever in that setup?

CippoForLife
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by CippoForLife

Point well taken ;) Let's say a solid value, relative to the marketplace.
And nope, the left lever controls the front brake.

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by Guy

What cables are crossing on the top-tube?

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The rear brake and RD cables are crossed. FD is downtube routed on the FTB.

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by Guy

CippoForLife wrote:The rear brake and RD cables are crossed. FD is downtube routed on the FTB.


Of course, should have worked that out. Crosses in order to produce a shallower bend at the bars for the RD?

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by 5shot

I have a Van Dessel Gin & Trombones and have been wanting an FTB frame since they came out. However, this build is not particularly to my liking but it's just a matter of aesthetics and everyone's tastes are different.

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