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Carrera Vulcan - New Build Up
#1
Its Finally Done !! Forks arrived this morning and ive spent the past few hours cleaning and building with a nice cold beer  ;D

to start:
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getting there :

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Finally Done ... Spot The Missing Part

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so what do you guys think ? its nothing on russ' meta but i really like it  Smile
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#2
You forgot the front mech and shifter! Tongue
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#3
Nice one Steve. ;D
You may get your ass kicked by the HT again, but at least you won't need a 4x4 to drag the tank up the hills Wink

And don't worry about not being as expensive/desirable as Russ's Meta....  None of us are bike-snobs on here..... are we Undecided
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#4
"Treehugger" Wrote:You forgot the front mech and shifter! Tongue

correct Big Grin its on now i shall take some more pictures tomorrow as its dark ... what do you think andy ?

just for the record, the fork from the banshee was a little tad lighter then the frame and fork on the vulcan ... the vulcan feels soooo light  ;D
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#5
"impished" Wrote:Nice one Steve. ;D
You may get your ass kicked by the HT again, but at least you won't need a 4x4 to drag the tank up the hills Wink

And don't worry about not being as expensive/desirable as Russ's Meta....  None of us are bike-snobs on here..... are we Undecided

thanks ade ... was getting used to it on jons hardrock last night and i really enjoyed some sections on a hardtail more then a full sus ! cant wait to ride this thing  ;D
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#6
The missing bit appears to be the steerer tube....not even a spacer under the stem? is it long enough inside the stem at least?
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#7
"Breezer" Wrote:The missing bit appears to be the steerer tube....not even a spacer under the stem? is it long enough inside the stem at least?

tis long enough in the stem yep Big Grin comes up exactly where the old one did
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#8
It's not as good as my HR Big Grin ;D Tongue
My riding is more up and down than the damn area I live in! And the tart's knickers who lives next door - Combined!  :o
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#9
"Papa Smurf" Wrote:It's not as good as my HR Big Grin ;D Tongue

ill race ya Wink
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#10
"TooYoungToKnow" Wrote:correct Big Grin its on now i shall take some more pictures tomorrow as its dark ... what do you think andy ?

just for the record, the fork from the banshee was a little tad lighter then the frame and fork on the vulcan ... the vulcan feels soooo light  ;D
Not bad, getting a sense of deja view though Tongue
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