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Mercier Kilo TT Pictures

Old 08-02-10, 01:42 PM
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Old 08-02-10, 07:29 PM
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Hey Scrod, did you cut your origin 8 risers? I just got some and they are way too wide for my liking.
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I remember him selling it, he did mention it was "perfectly" cut.
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I did. They're about 17.5" straight across.

Actually, I sold a pair of Soma Late Risers to patthepunk. The Origin 8s are currently on my Maddy.
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cool thanks man, I feel like a clown right now. Gonna have to cut those as soon as I can
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Measure twice, cut once.
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I didn't measure or cut. I just gnawed the ends off with my teeth and threw on some Ourys.
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Did you at least file the edges with your dreads?
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You know me so well!
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That is extremely cheesy...
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thats a catchy beat. ive stopped laughing at it, but not listening to it
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Ha! It always gets stuck in my head. My favorite part is at the end when he points with his pen.
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not much new cept the clipless. after more than a few rides totaling about 60 miles and three bad misclips, i'm going back to clips and straps.
also, that's my friend in the second picture wearing a sweet gomeansgo.org shirt.
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^love your bike dude, always looks hella good. What kind of clipless, spd?

Heres a few slightly better pictures of my new set up.


I'm really digging it, feels like riding my bottecchia.
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Old 08-03-10, 02:18 PM
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are kilo tt good for tricking or does the frames break idk what to get but i like the kilos allot also how can take the stickers off there so ugly
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^love your bike dude, always looks hella good. What kind of clipless, spd?

Heres a few slightly better pictures of my new set up.


I'm really digging it, feels like riding my bottecchia.
like this did you spray paint it or take the stickers off and what are those weird peddles they don't look comfy
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No, they're terrible for tricks. I've had mine for 3 months and it hasn't done a single one.
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Very nice. Is that the O8 crank and chainring?
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wel that sounds like youre fault not the bike falt but can the bike frame hold up to tricking is my ? bc i think people take the stickers off and i can't tell what the frames they are using so if they are kilo tt then i want to get one?
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