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Old 05-10-04, 04:20 PM   #1
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upgrades! pics!

Before:
Specialized Enduro Sport tires - 2.2in, wire bead, 60tpi
Specialized Mobius Stem - "the brick"
Alloy riser bar - 38mm rise, 9 degree sweep

After:
Panaracer Fire XC Pro tires - 2.1in, kevlar bead, 127tpi
Race Face Prodigy stem - 110mm, 5 degree rise
Easton EA70 flat bar - 3 degree sweep

sorry for the blurry pics, my friends digi cam blows:

http://www.justinclark.net/pics/1.jpg
http://www.justinclark.net/pics/2.jpg
http://www.justinclark.net/pics/3.jpg
http://www.justinclark.net/pics/4.jpg
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Old 05-10-04, 07:40 PM   #2
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Alright power grips.
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Old 05-10-04, 10:39 PM   #3
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nothin but
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Old 05-10-04, 10:57 PM   #4
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tis tis steal my title mine was upgrades on my bike! PICS!

uh nice upgrades i guess

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Old 05-11-04, 12:22 AM   #5
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tis tis steal my title mine was upgrades on my bike! PICS!

uh nice upgrades i guess

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youre kidding right?
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Old 05-11-04, 02:45 AM   #6
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the bar looks so flat haha. add some bar ends or something =]
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Big, are you finding that the bar is absorbing more of the vibration? I ve heard good things aobut Easton bars.
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Old 05-11-04, 04:13 PM   #8
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kidding? about what?

Later
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Looks nice! However the stem looks a bit high from what I've seen on this forum.
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Hool,

Typical XC setup. Great for climbing.
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kidding? about what?

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you think your the first person to ever use the words "upgrades" and "pics" in your subject title? sorry if i offended you by describing what the contents of this post was... grow up
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Looks nice! However the stem looks a bit high from what I've seen on this forum.
yeah, there are 4 spacers under it. might just end up trimming the steerer
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ha your funny
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yeah, there are 4 spacers under it. might just end up trimming the steerer

Before you do, play around with their locations. You can stack spacers ON TOP of the stem, then place the top cap on. As long as the top cap bolt reaches the star nut, you're in good shape.

IOW, before you go a cuttin, get a ridin with the stem in differunt pose it chuns!

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Before you do, play around with their locations. You can stack spacers ON TOP of the stem, then place the top cap on. As long as the top cap bolt reaches the star nut, you're in good shape.

IOW, before you go a cuttin, get a ridin with the stem in differunt pose it chuns!

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ah, im glad you mentioned that.. didnt even cross my mind. thanks again a2!
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just cut it, it looks cooler =].
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You guys are both rip-offs. I've been using the exclamation mark ("!") since I was a kid, you shameless plagurizermagyzers.

I want my exclamation marks back! <-- (There's one right now.)
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haha.. yeah.
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