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I Finish My Project 2001 Specialized S-WORKS M4 Specific Alloy Manipulation Made In USA Here are some Pictures.
19 Inch Frame Specialized S-Works.
Fork Rock shox Pilot XC Air.
Headset Cane Creek S3.
Stem Ritchey WCS 4Axis.
Flat Handelbars Ritchey Pro .
shifters Shimano Deore Lx.
Front Derailleur Shimano Deore LX.
Rear Derailleur Shimano Deore LX.
Crank set Specialized.
pedals Shimano.
Rims Mavic X 223 Disc.
Brakes Avid BB7.
seat specialized
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#2
Shhhhhhhaaaaaaaaaaaaaazzzzzzzzzzzammmm!!!! Wow tino very very Sweet looking ride! I like the hardtail MTB's as well as full suspension. Nice dog too Smile
Good maintenance to your Bike, can make it like the wheels are, true and smooth!
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#3
Thanks Bill Is My New Baby Toy For Summer i got 2 labrador and are my supervisor they watching if i do the work right
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#4
Very nice build. Its fun to build your own bike.
My dad always told me a Sledge a matic can fix any thing.
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#5
Nice job... looks sharp!
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#6
thanks alex
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#7
Thanks Surly Its fun to build you own bike few hours but is done and ready to Ride
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#8
Awesome build, a sweet looking ride and you got the satisfaction of doing it yourself.

Good to see you built it up in the house too, your a man after my own heart, my bike lives under my stairs.
Cannondale, handmade in USA............................................Refined in Surrey, England
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#9
Thank you surreypete
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#10
Great looking bike Tino! Thanks for sharing.

Steve
Junkyard Tools rescued from the junkyard!
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#11
thanks KC-STeve No Problem
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#12
hu guys i need u help i yes bought this V-Brakes Shimano XTR BR-M951 and Shimano XTR BR-M960 from Craigslist for $40 dollars here are some pictures.
ok my Bike oready Have Avid BB7 Disc Brakes so i keep this Avid BB7 brakes o i switch to the shimano XTR V- BRAkes Thanks
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#13
I'd stick with the disc brakes.
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#14
Yea save the XTR's for another project Wink
Good maintenance to your Bike, can make it like the wheels are, true and smooth!
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#15
those are some nice looking v-brakes, but i agree with the others, keep your discs.
Get on your bad pedalscooter and ride!
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#16
thanks guys Happy Halloween
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#17
Ye 10-4 to keeping the disc brakes, that seems to be todays hot set up. But I remember all the hot set ups in the past including the expensive low mounted rear brake all DOA. The hot brakes today are back to side pull like the early brakes.

Nice bike what exactly is Specialized original beside the frame, and did you repaint the frame??

Next compare the ride to your aluminum Cannon bikes. That frame is a steel alloy??

You doing this in your living room, hope your SO and your dogs understand. :-)))
Never Give Up!!!
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(03-29-2010, 06:48 PM)tino Wrote:  Thanks Surly Its fun to build you own bike few hours but is done and ready to Ride

great job building this bike guy it looks awesome.
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Thanks hcjg1 its a great bike
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#20
this baby have upgrades .
3t xida handlebars .
thomson elite x4 stem .
fork fox rlt100.
front derailleur xtr .
rear derailleur xtr.
seatpost thomson elite.
saddle specialized phenom.
shimano deore crankset .
i post pictures later
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