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My First Fixie Build

Discussion in 'BUILDS' started by ace21, Mar 28, 2012.

  1. ace21

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    THIS IS WHAT IT LOOKED LIKE BE FOR I MADE IT INTO A FIXIE BICYCLE

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    THIS IS WHAT IT LOOKS LIKE NOW.THIS WAS A BIG JOB 2 DO WITH SO LITTLE CASH IS WELL
    SO I HOPE U LIKE WHAT U ARE GOING 2 SEE NOW

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  2. chimichanga

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  3. FatBoy

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    Great conversion! That front fork is cool, is it stock? 8) :mrgreen:
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    Another old Raleigh kept rollin', (I dont mind when an 'average' bike gets upgraded; nice ones I'd probably have to keep mostly stock).
    Now you are getting me thinking about my '68 (?) Triumph, in 'burgundy' that I have a 26" clincher wheelset with coasterbrake for.......your 'look' is about what I had in mind.
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