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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwa64 View Post
    some fine looking fish, steve!
    Yeah, right back to work!!!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Gattonero View Post
    How about having a decent pump in the first place?
    Don't get me wrong, I don't like to carry pumps that are too big, but that one is way too small. In fact, is for road bikes: narrow barrel for high pressure.
    On Mtb's is the other way round: low pressure and high volume, hence the need for a wider barrel.

    Lezyne and Topeak make some very small pumps with a higher volume, they're quite nice especially because they have a flexible hose, so the valve won't get pushed (and bent) as it happens with other designs.
    I have the pump above, and don't use it. I prefer to carry one that is 30gr heavier and 1" longer but can actually inflate a 26"x2.2" in 2 minutes without being exhausted.
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    S&S 27.5" MTB ready to ship to Reno


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    - Garro.
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    Quote Originally Posted by steve garro View Post
    S&S 27.5" MTB ready to ship to Reno


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    Ral 6021 Pale Green? I like it!
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by steve garro View Post
    S&S 27.5" MTB ready to ship to Reno


    IMG_4164.JPG... - Garro.
    That looks lovely!
    Andrea "Gattonero" Cattolico, head mechanic @Condor Cycles London


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    Quote Originally Posted by sevencyclist View Post
    Ral 6021 Pale Green? I like it!
    Right in there - pale green or sage?

    Quote Originally Posted by Gattonero View Post
    That looks lovely!

    Thanks you guys!!!!

    I really appreciate it.

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    Green bikes made it safely to their new homes


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    Steve Garro, Coconino Cycles.
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    Some photos of the Mountain Cruiser that went off to paint

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    Quote Originally Posted by steve garro View Post
    In pics!


    coconino cycles custom bicycles 928 774 7747 www.coconinocycles.com: Baja fall 216 / Steve's pics / good to be home?



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    What happened to the shad rap? Beautiful pics, cool trip, Happy Holidays!
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chad View Post
    Garro,
    What happened to the shad rap? Beautiful pics, cool trip, Happy Holidays!
    This 30+ lb Jack Crevalle aka "toro" destroyed it, the line, and gave me a Nantucket sleigh ride for 30-40min!



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    Almost done!
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    When I'm not thinking, I'm thinking about thinking:



    Thinking about resolutions bike wise:
    1: No BB shells under 73mm again unless a NOS unit is supplied and made for appropriate width tires of the era.
    2: No OLD's of under 135 except special cases (see #1)
    3: I will make bikes with rear spacing of 135mm and Boost 148mm with appropriate cranks
    4: 440 ATC on rigid forks max
    5: No curved blade forks with discs - just no.
    6: Make a run of rigid MTB's along the lines of the MB-1 with lugged forks, 1.125" top tubes, 1.25" down tubes and rim brakes
    7: Mountain Cruisers = YES
    8: Frames & forks will be priced "No Paint" but I can facilitate paint, but 1st I'll be PIF on my frame work & you pay the painter - I'll still be glad to built it for you if you choose.
    9: I'll lace wheels for people again separate of bike purchases as I have made time for that.
    10: Fully rigid bikes will be made with a 1.125" head tube, as they should be.
    11: Modern MTB parts and road parts shall not mix.
    12: Rigid forks shall be 9mm QR
    13: Rigid forks with frames only.
    14: I build for 120mm travel forks max.
    15: I build for 3.0" tires max.
    16: NO BUILD QUEUE - one bike at a time.
    17: NO DEPOSITS - one bike at a time.
    18: All shipping of anything to anywhere paid by client.
    More later as I jell my "new" business model, as after the next bike, I have no orders here at Coconino Cycles for the 1st time in 14 years.


    - Garro.
    Steve Garro, Coconino Cycles.
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    Finished Mountain Cruiser:


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    Quote Originally Posted by steve garro View Post
    When I'm not thinking, I'm thinking about thinking:



    Thinking about resolutions bike wise:

    6: Make a run of rigid MTB's along the lines of the MB-1 with lugged forks, 1.125" top tubes, 1.25" down tubes and rim brakes


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    So cool.
    I believe that´s your foot and you just shot it.

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    Almost all of this makes sense to me.
    Make it your way, don't follow.

    Quote Originally Posted by steve garro View Post
    When I'm not thinking, I'm thinking about thinking:

    Thinking about resolutions bike wise:
    1: No BB shells under 73mm again unless a NOS unit is supplied and made for appropriate width tires of the era.
    2: No OLD's of under 135 except special cases (see #1)
    3: I will make bikes with rear spacing of 135mm and Boost 148mm with appropriate cranks
    4: 440 ATC on rigid forks max
    5: No curved blade forks with discs - just no.
    6: Make a run of rigid MTB's along the lines of the MB-1 with lugged forks, 1.125" top tubes, 1.25" down tubes and rim brakes
    7: Mountain Cruisers = YES
    8: Frames & forks will be priced "No Paint" but I can facilitate paint, but 1st I'll be PIF on my frame work & you pay the painter - I'll still be glad to built it for you if you choose.
    9: I'll lace wheels for people again separate of bike purchases as I have made time for that.
    10: Fully rigid bikes will be made with a 1.125" head tube, as they should be.
    11: Modern MTB parts and road parts shall not mix.
    12: Rigid forks shall be 9mm QR
    13: Rigid forks with frames only.
    14: I build for 120mm travel forks max.
    15: I build for 3.0" tires max.
    16: NO BUILD QUEUE - one bike at a time.
    17: NO DEPOSITS - one bike at a time.
    18: All shipping of anything to anywhere paid by client.
    More later as I jell my "new" business model, as after the next bike, I have no orders here at Coconino Cycles for the 1st time in 14 years.


    - Garro.
    Andrea "Gattonero" Cattolico, head mechanic @Condor Cycles London


    "Caron, non ti crucciare:
    vuolsi così colà dove si puote
    ciò che si vuole, e più non dimandare"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gattonero View Post
    Almost all of this makes sense to me.
    Make it your way, don't follow.
    You can't make every bike - just yours.


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    Steve Garro, Coconino Cycles.
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    Quote Originally Posted by steve garro View Post
    6: Make a run of rigid MTB's along the lines of the MB-1 with lugged forks, 1.125" top tubes, 1.25" down tubes and rim brakes
    7: Mountain Cruisers = YES

    - Garro.
    A big and heartfelt Oh, my! to both.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matthew J View Post
    A big and heartfelt Oh, my! to both.
    #6 will happen sooner then later - keep posted - they will be so slick.


    #7 = Mountain Cruisers ain't going nowhere!

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    And next we have.........



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    Quote Originally Posted by Gattonero View Post
    Almost all of this makes sense to me.
    Make it your way, don't follow.
    Except #13. I'd like to be grandfathered in for a fork. I would've ordered one at the time for both frames, but can't afford one at the moment. LOL.
     

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