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  1. #51
    Legend

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    Cheez-
    Wow nice bike!!
    No half measure there!
    My only change is I finally got over that horrendous resp infection.It swept thru the school I subbed at-and I had to drag myself to work despite being unable to talk much.
    Wife got it also-

    I'm down to two bikes now-
    An older Trek 950-lugged and the Jamis Dragon framed bike(which I have to work on because a Titanium spoke broke on the rear wheel). The PO of the wheels was a weight weenie-gotta take the cassette off and see if I have a replacement spoke.Don't think I've ever had a stainless steel spoke break.
    Charlie
    1998 suburban-
    1/2 ton

    199500 miles
    River
    Ridge,LA

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    Ahh a broken spoke is probably one of the most inconvenient fixes to take care of... Hope its not too much trouble for you. On a side not my gf just got her new bike in and I decided to snap a few shots.

    Quote Originally Posted by phoebeisis View Post
    Cheez-
    Wow nice bike!!
    No half measure there!
    My only change is I finally got over that horrendous resp infection.It swept thru the school I subbed at-and I had to drag myself to work despite being unable to talk much.
    Wife got it also-

    I'm down to two bikes now-
    An older Trek 950-lugged and the Jamis Dragon framed bike(which I have to work on because a Titanium spoke broke on the rear wheel). The PO of the wheels was a weight weenie-gotta take the cassette off and see if I have a replacement spoke.Don't think I've ever had a stainless steel spoke break.
    Charlie

    2010 OEM 20" Wheels
    Color-matched mirror covers and emblem
    20% tinted windows - 6" eyebrow
    Black rear fender-wells
    Completely debadged and demolded
    Duramax airbox replacement w/ K&N filter
    2" Rear drop shackle
    Tailgate light bar
    Flowmaster Delta 50 w/ double tip exits
    Blue footwell lighting
    12" Pioneer Sub (custom downfire box) 850W amp
    Full LED interior

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    Legend

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    Hey nice bike.
    It looks like it has a cassette or freewheel with a big last cog to make hill climbing easier.
    I love that setup-like a reverse overdrive for tired legs(my tired 60 yo legs).

    Very sweet looking bike-black is a great color for bikes!
    Charlie

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    Oh yeah she loves it! It's a womens bike with out the ridiculous dropped down tube. I rode it a few minutes and it seems pretty stout, I'm just not used to the different geometry...

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