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Old 09-30-04, 05:16 PM   #1
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Look what i found









My mom went to my school parent meeting teacher thing, and told me not to ride because i just got my wizdom teeth pulled today.... but of corse i went for a quick 5 mile ride (as in quick i mean 28 minutes)

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Old 09-30-04, 05:19 PM   #2
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Do I have to look at that gapping maw? The bike pics were great till I scrolled down to see the depths of hell.
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Old 09-30-04, 05:20 PM   #3
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Cool, and not cool! Why do people get their wisdom teeth pulled in the first place?
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Do I have to look at that gapping maw? The bike pics were great till I scrolled down to see the depths of hell.
Agreed I don't care about your grill I want to see the bike.

Dude LOSE THE REFLECTORS!
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Old 09-30-04, 05:26 PM   #5
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I know about the reflectors... i JUSt got it back tonight and they put new ones on.... BASTARDS, i had to get my wisdoms pulled becuase there was not enought room in my mouth for my braces to continue working

im gunna take off the reflectors and i alread flipped the stem (thats how i like to ride) I'll take more pics ina few


by the way, it weighs 21 pounds
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Old 09-30-04, 05:28 PM   #6
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So why the suprise with the mouth thing????You are subhuman.Now we are too.
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Old 09-30-04, 05:30 PM   #7
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im gunna loose the pics of the mouth, it is kinda nasty ehh?

if ya wanna see them, go here

http://zach.unixforce.com/albums/album01/
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off the topic: can i ask what's with the fork that's not a "fork"? seen it a few times, but does it work well? advantages/disadvantages?

and oh yeah - nice ride, but the mouth pics are a question of taste...
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Too late, I have been already blinded for life.
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The Lefty is one of the best shocks i have ever used on any of my bikes.... i have used some of the high end Fox's the high end Rock Shocks... you name it i have tried it (most of them anyway) i like the left the best, has a lock out option on it. and same with the rear Fox shock it has a lock out switch next to my front gear shifter.

i got more pics of it without the reflectors and the stem switched... ill put them up ina minute
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i got more pics of it without the reflectors and the stem switched... ill put them up ina minute
just make sure no more cavity pics, or orifices of any other kind
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no i promise, no more of my mouth will be taken.
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Old 09-30-04, 05:53 PM   #13
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You found that in your back yard? Cool!!

I dub you SubLeft, lord of the canyon snails.
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Old 09-30-04, 05:57 PM   #14
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lol, thanks

ima go ride around my driveway... be back in a bit.

I already have plans to ride saterday and sunday, tomaro ima go ride some single track in PA
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So did you get your teeth pulled out or cut out?
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Very nice bike, but I will eat my hat if its 21lbs. I used to build those and they certaintly weren't 21lbs when I was building them a few months ago.
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Old 09-30-04, 06:58 PM   #17
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thats what my shop told me, i may be wrong... oh yeah guess what i just found out

My Shop gave me the Fox Racing RL instean of the Fox L, they also gave me the Cannondale Competition seat post instead of the 6061 alloy one piece . i will eventualy upgrade to the xt derailer and XT shifters... but for now this is good enough for me and i will upgrade to the xt/xtr brake kit
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Old 09-30-04, 07:02 PM   #18
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I'll try to find a scale some where that will fit this thing on it.

i think i can do it by tonight

oh yeah, the frame itself wieghs 5.75 lbs i think
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Your shop is lying.....either that, or just full of idiots.
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Dude, I got my teeth pulled on a thursday and I was on the trails by friday. Nice bike, and remember to rinse with mouthwash!
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i got mine pulled today at 11 in the morning.... and i was ready to hit the trails at 1:00

I'm staying home from school tomaro (even though i am in perfectly good shape to go)
to ride all day and find soe new trails around my house

On monday morning ima take one of my percesets so i dont have to go to school... then ima let it ware off and ride all day


the doctor told me the first thing i said when i came out from my deep sleep is i wanted to go ride my bike...
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my mom only got me a bowl of porridge when i had my wisdoms removed
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Old 09-30-04, 08:36 PM   #23
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I was ridding around the house... my mom yelled at me for this one


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Funny wisdom tooth story...

One of my coworkers at the shop who isn't world reknowned for his common sense decided he was hungry and he would hit up Yesterdog, way before he should be eating solid foods. Anyways, turns out he gets a chuck of hotdog stuck in one of the tooth sockets, and it sat in there for over week rotting, to the point where he was getting sick all the time because he would occasionally get a refreshing burst of rotting hotdog juice, particularly in the morning when he got up. It eventually came out but in the mean time you could smell his breath across the shop.

Actually that was more gross than funny, but remember, don't eat before they say you can.
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i have been eating pudding and jelo.... they put stiches in... so there are no holes, they are the nifty desolvable ones so i dont have to get them pulled out !

and i have a question... but i forgot it, lol ill post it when i remeber


EDIT: Oh yeah, i have to get some shoes for my clips... any sugestions... i plan on spending around 150-175 and i would like them to either be yellow or black... LMK guys, i like velcro straps... not strings
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