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    Happy to hear you are recovering.

    (I find myself daydreaming about having one of your bikes)

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    Quote Originally Posted by darkmother View Post
    Happy to hear you are recovering.

    (I find myself daydreaming about having one of your bikes)
    Let's do it while I'm here, 3rd strike and I'm out !!!

    - Garro.
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    Damn Steve! You're still swoll!
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    Saw a light blue singlespeed bike of yours today in Bellingham, WA. They are rare up here.
    Beautiful!
    Jason Babcock

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    Quote Originally Posted by mjbabcock View Post
    Saw a light blue singlespeed bike of yours today in Bellingham, WA. They are rare up here.
    Beautiful!
    I've sent a surprising # of bikes to WA - I know that one, it was within the last couple years - this guy, I think?

    - Garro.
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    That’s the one. Spectacular.
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    Slow & steadily getting back at it
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    Good on you Mr. Garro. Glad to see you back playing with fire and steel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moke View Post
    Good on you Mr. Garro. Glad to see you back playing with fire and steel.
    I work with it
    :)

    But thank you.........if it ever gets to be play I reckon I'll gladly quit as this is a damn hard job as I'm once again realizing as I get back into the swing of it, it kicked my ass this week but every day is a little easier and I got four orders this week so I better keep at it after a few days R&R !!!

    Hope you are well !!

    - Garro.
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    Still enjoying this tremendous bike weekly!

    2021-01-24 10.46.56 by sevencyclist, on Flickr
    2021-01-24 10.31.54 by sevencyclist, on Flickr

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    Quote Originally Posted by sevencyclist View Post
    Still enjoying this tremendous bike weekly!

    2021-01-24 10.46.56 by sevencyclist, on Flickr
    2021-01-24 10.31.54 by sevencyclist, on Flickr
    Million mile club !!!!

    Hope you are well, man.......your food pics from Asia were some real torture !!


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    Slowly getting back into Shop Shape.
    - Garro.
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    Digging that fork. Kristo on a cracker that has got to be laterally stiff in a good way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Too Tall View Post
    Digging that fork. Kristo on a cracker that has got to be laterally stiff in a good way.
    That's why I don't go to a 15mm TA - that would be harsh and a not so pretty blade transition - these ride real well x a 1.125" blade and a 1.125" steerer x 12mm TA

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    I can't tell you how much I enjoy seeing a HT MTB frame with a matching (proper length) rigid fork.

    So very sweet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by darkmother View Post
    I can't tell you how much I enjoy seeing a HT MTB frame with a matching (proper length) rigid fork.

    So very sweet.
    I agree - and I have the mother load of blades too - I also just got a couple complete sets of Columbus MAX OR including fork blades, so that should be pretty sweet = on a fully rigid 29er right now, actually, his 2nd, everyone needs a spare.......
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    Quote Originally Posted by steve garro View Post
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    I agree - and I have the mother load of blades too - I also just got a couple complete sets of Columbus MAX OR including fork blades, so that should be pretty sweet = on a fully rigid 29er right now, actually, his 2nd, everyone needs a spare.......
    Nice looking fork. Are you building these with boost spacing, or 100 mm?

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    Quote Originally Posted by darkmother View Post
    Nice looking fork. Are you building these with boost spacing, or 100 mm?
    100 x 12 TA or 100 x 9mm QR

    No need for BOOST as it already fits a 29 x 2.6" with clearance and that's as big as I design for - of course I could, sure.

    Of course, it'll fit a bigger 27.5" - likely a 3.0"

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    Thanks Garro, that makes sense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steve garro View Post
    100 x 12 TA or 100 x 9mm QR

    No need for BOOST as it already fits a 29 x 2.6" with clearance and that's as big as I design for - of course I could, sure.

    Of course, it'll fit a bigger 27.5" - likely a 3.0"

    - Garro.
    I had a brief thought about a monster gravel that would run a 2.1" tire because of all the washes that crisscross my gravel routes.
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