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    Quote Originally Posted by steve garro View Post
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    V-salon cat is getting a cruiser with disc tabs AND a coaster tab - what a functional bike for FL
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    Sounds like something Strongin might order.

    Love the dual bottle cages on the SS
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    Quote Originally Posted by robin3mj View Post
    Sounds like something Strongin might order.

    Love the dual bottle cages on the SS
    Also a 3rd "anything" on the bottom of the DT - must hold lots of water was a major design parameter - had to curve a special top tube to raise the kicker tube to have god bottle access

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    Quote Originally Posted by steve garro View Post
    Also a 3rd "anything" on the bottom of the DT - must hold lots of water was a major design parameter - had to curve a special top tube to raise the kicker tube to have god bottle access

    - Garro.
    Nice.
    My 333Fab has a under down tube mount as well, but frankly I’d be kidding myself if I put a cage down there, embarrassing as to how little I have pushed the limits on that thing.
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    Back at it after a day off just straight up relaxing
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    F&F done, disc or coaster, two wheels Phil, one Shimano coaster - one nice beach cruiser for FL

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    Ah~ so that is what that... thing is stickin' out between the top/seat tubes in your avatar. Gorgeous... (Oh My GoT)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ahmdo Molah View Post
    Ah~ so that is what that... thing is stickin' out between the top/seat tubes in your avatar. Gorgeous... (Oh My GoT)
    Ha !!
    Yep, thanks !!!

    I guess it would require some explanation - I did one with all scratch lugs, it literally almost killed me - like, literally = I had a massive heart attack before I could box it for paint.

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    Checking off the inter webs until around Nov.18th or so, fair warning, pass it on, see you then !!
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    Hope you have a great time, Steve

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    Safe travels, hope the fish bite, and look forward to the pics!

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    Steve Garro, Coconino Cycles.
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    Beauty! I know the curved TT is a signature look for you but I am a sucker for the classic lines of the straight TT. Can't wait to see it built up!

    How do you find those hose braze ons? Is the hose a tight fit inside them so they don't rattle around. I don't think I've experience them before IRL.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nspace View Post
    Beauty! I know the curved TT is a signature look for you but I am a sucker for the classic lines of the straight TT. Can't wait to see it built up!

    How do you find those hose braze ons? Is the hose a tight fit inside them so they don't rattle around. I don't think I've experience them before IRL.
    I've got the hose braze ons with the rear derailleur and dropper cables under the top tube, no rattle. Straight top tube too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nspace View Post
    Beauty! I know the curved TT is a signature look for you but I am a sucker for the classic lines of the straight TT. Can't wait to see it built up!

    How do you find those hose braze ons? Is the hose a tight fit inside them so they don't rattle around. I don't think I've experience them before IRL.
    Fewer curved top tubes on MTB's with suspension as the forks get longer and so do dropper posts, so something has to give if you want standover - the "o's" are from Design Engineering in Ohio (or was it Iowa) as singles and then I braze them up into doubles if I need that - nice fit on them, I like cables to be out of the way and not obtrusive.

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    I'm just flinging this picture everywhere. Love this bike.
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    Quote Originally Posted by steve garro View Post
    Fewer curved top tubes on MTB's with suspension as the forks get longer and so do dropper posts, so something has to give if you want standover - the "o's" are from Design Engineering in Ohio (or was it Iowa) as singles and then I braze them up into doubles if I need that - nice fit on them, I like cables to be out of the way and not obtrusive.

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    Oh yeah! I've had it with those clip-on hose fittings. I cut my "O"s out of 3/8" aircraft tubing and, like you, run the cables/hose under the top tube. Unless I'm running the rear brake internally.

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    Snowed in with going on 60" of snow so building bikes.
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    I was wondering about you Mr. G. after I saw the dumpage numbers on the Flag. Dat be a whole lotta snow. Nice smooth fillets you gots there working out the storm.

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