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Old 07-31-10, 11:43 AM
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1991 Koga Miyata Traveller

Got her all done, Thanks Elev12K!! This is the frame from the for sale section.

Full XT and Dura-Ace Drivetrain. Mach1 wheels on XT hubs, SKS Fenders, Surly front rack, Tubus rear rack, WTB Mountain Drop Bars, B67 Aged, Brooks Tape, Sugino Crankset.




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Old 07-31-10, 12:29 PM
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Very, very nice! Enjoy
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Very nice but you gotta level off the rear rack!
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Great bike; congrats.
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Very nice but you gotta level off the rear rack!
Yeah, I did it. This pic was right after my shade down ride. A lot of tweaking went in after the picture was taken.
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Just saw this...WOW...I'm almost jealous. Love your build choices! I debated Brooks tape (I have it on my Raleigh Team) and went with Cinelli because I didn't want to pay for it...I might have made an error. Very classy!
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