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Old 04-26-11, 09:33 AM   #1
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My new Woody's fenders

Here's some pictures. I was excited to see what it would look like on a bike I'm working on. I just slapped them on to see what it would look like. Yes, the tires are flat I have to pick up a pair of Zaffrios this week for it.
Cody said I needed to file the rear fender to make it work with the calipers. I knew that buying it. But in case I find a wide short reach brake or a short centerpull brake soon, then I won't be dremel'ing!











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Old 04-26-11, 09:42 AM   #2
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looks nice. I love your Miyata branded stem.
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Haha, the stem is actually a Modolo! I have the original Miyata stem. Its got a little M inside a chainring design. Unfortunately, the stem is way too small!! That stem is stupid heavy!
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So, are you looking for a set that'll match, or do you just need one for the rear?
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So, are you looking for a set that'll match, or do you just need one for the rear?
I think for now, I just want one to fit the rear.
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