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Old 07-22-06, 06:02 PM   #1
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My new parts bike! (pics)

So i had all these parts left over and decided to build up a bike that I could ride around town and not really care if it gets stolen or messed with. Check it out, and notice the homemade chain tensioner so i could run single speed.









And cant forget about the pup
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What on earth is that rear derailleur?
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Old 07-22-06, 06:15 PM   #3
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Check it out, and notice the homemade chain tensioner so i could run single speed.
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Old 07-22-06, 06:31 PM   #4
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god why do I even bother to take the time and make a discription
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should take the rotor off too
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I go stright to te pix
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That thing must seriously be light! What frame is that? Lets see if I can guess correctly...GT...Palamour?
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thats a serious ratbike.. get ride of the extra chainrings, dork disc and brake rotors. that tensioner isn't going to last long I bet. sweet.
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That black color is really nice. Cool dog. He has a funny looking tounge haha.
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Lol no its heavy as ballz... and damn your good it is a palamour.

Yeah and im getting a friends rear wheel (rim brake compatable) and a new crankset. I guess if your all dissing my disk brakes ill take em off.
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you don't really care if that gets stolen or ppl mess w/ it?
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Good Idea, looks a little bit to long though.
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