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Old 06-22-17, 06:09 AM
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Originally Posted by JagR View Post
Guess that's worth $ to some. Life could get pretty expensive if that's how you live. I assume you drive something like a 675LT?
I would if I liked British cars, but I don't.
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Originally Posted by trekmogul View Post
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Not sure if the OBERMAYER or the FERNWEGS in SCHWARZ Ed would suit the F10..?
Those are too shallow!! Maybe on the front, but you gotta put a disc or something on the rear, trekmogul style!!!
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Damn I went on youtube and i'm impressed with the sound of those hubs! I love hearing good quality hubs but I don't have any myself so the sound is rare for me
Where do you get the idea that good quality hubs are noisy hubs. That is absurd. Not that the two things are mutually exclusive, but the notion that there is an if and only if relationship is ridiculous. Hub noise is totally unrelated to hub quality.
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Originally Posted by PepeM View Post
Aren't the 2018 models coming out soon? Why are you building an old model?
Wife insists he look for a bargain?
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Originally Posted by rpenmanparker View Post
Wife insists he look for a bargain?

Yes on a limited "SENIOR BUDGET"...!
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Originally Posted by Silvercivic27 View Post
Those are too shallow!! Maybe on the front, but you gotta put a disc or something on the rear, trekmogul style!!!


Oh I have plenty of DISC's if need be to go around..The MEILENSTEIN LIGHTWEIGHT AUTOBAHN SCHWARZ Ed is a possibility too..!
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Besides frame and seat. What else have you decided on? For the rest of the components? Decided on the wheels? Groupset? Stem?

A friend recently got the same frame. But he is going to take a long time to build his...
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Originally Posted by trekmogul View Post
Same reason The MEILENSTEIN MAN here has THREE sets of MEILENSTEIN LIGHTWEIGHT SCHWARZ Ed Wheels..!
So your and Silver's thing of exclusivity only applies to bike stuff?...not how you think about other material goods? Feels more like an image/self worth issue to me.
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Originally Posted by Silvercivic27 View Post
I would if I liked British cars, but I don't.
So this does apply to other things. Are you a German, Italian or Japan guy?

Maybe M4 GTS? GTC4? GT-R?
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Picked this up for the new F10 Build
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Originally Posted by JagR View Post
So your and Silver's thing of exclusivity only applies to bike stuff?...not how you think about other material goods? Feels more like an image/self worth issue to me.
The common theme that ties all of these threads together.
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Originally Posted by trekmogul View Post
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Picked this up for the new F10 Build
That looks nice but will you be able to achieve your normal bike fit with it?
Your other bikes seemed to all have the stem flipped up.
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Originally Posted by Dean V View Post
That looks nice but will you be able to achieve your normal bike fit with it?
Your other bikes seemed to all have the stem flipped up.
Not sure fit matters here. It's all about what everyone else thinks...

TrekMogul - Why don't you build it as you see fit? Who cares what is said or b/c it is the most expensive. At the end of the day...your opinion is really the only one that matters.

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Originally Posted by rpenmanparker View Post
Where do you get the idea that good quality hubs are noisy hubs. That is absurd. Not that the two things are mutually exclusive, but the notion that there is an if and only if relationship is ridiculous. Hub noise is totally unrelated to hub quality.
Never said the more noisy the better quality ? Never said a noisy hub was a good quality one ? Don't missunderstand what I said please, I have never tryed to make a relation between both.

You can recognize good quality hubs with the sound they make, it implies having experience hearing quality wheels and a good ear. You can have quality ones that are silent, but that doesn't affect how you can recognize other good ones
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Originally Posted by wachuko View Post
Besides frame and seat. What else have you decided on? For the rest of the components? Decided on the wheels? Groupset? Stem?

A friend recently got the same frame. But he is going to take a long time to build his...
Thinking i may go with a set of MEILENSTEIN LIGHTWEIGHT SCHWARZ Ed Carbon Wheels but not sure of model yet..
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Originally Posted by Dean V View Post
That looks nice but will you be able to achieve your normal bike fit with it?
Your other bikes seemed to all have the stem flipped up.
I can always stick some washers underneath the integrated stem/bar I would think..
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Originally Posted by trekmogul View Post
I can always stick some washers underneath the integrated stem/bar I would think..
You bought them and don't know?!?!
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You bought them and don't know?!?!



Why sure...Why not..? If I don't like them I will just give them to my son like i do all the things i thought i liked but later decided not for me..Nice to have a out source for things in the family..
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Originally Posted by trekmogul View Post
Why sure...Why not..? If I don't like them I will just give them to my son like i do all the things i thought i liked but later decided not for me..Nice to have a out source for things in the family..
Makes sense! Glad to see that others have a strong bond w/their old man.
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Nice lens and camera, pics to share?

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Shall I offer him my Leica SL Type 601 & Noctilux 0.95 Lens to use also..?
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I always enjoy your threads..

why not just walk into a bike store and buy the top of line complete bike?

Also, if you are considering clearing out the stables to make room for new horses I am a size 52-54
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Originally Posted by Darth Steele View Post
I always enjoy your threads..

why not just walk into a bike store and buy the top of line complete bike?
then how would people on the internet know about it?
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then how would people on the internet know about it?
Damn, beat me to it.
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Originally Posted by SWorksRoubaix View Post
Nice lens and camera, pics to share?

Of the Noctilux 0.95 & Leica Type SL (601)..? The Noctilux is a monster for grabbing lots of light even in total darkness..

Both sure come in very fancy packaging..
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Originally Posted by Darth Steele View Post
I always enjoy your threads..

why not just walk into a bike store and buy the top of line complete bike?

Also, if you are considering clearing out the stables to make room for new horses I am a size 52-54
Never been to a bike store in my area that sells hardly any the things I buy. I should say they don't STOCK the things I would buy..
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