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last posting,

Hope everyone enjoyed the little walk through this exciting trip.

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The Build:

Pyga Mobu

Pyga Marathon Carbon Rims

Chris King ISO Boost hubs

Chris King BB

Cane Creak Headset

Rockshox SID Select 120mm Fork

Rockshox Shock, Delux Ultimate, 118mm

Thomson XC Flat carbon Handle Bar.

Thomson X4 Stem

Thomson MasterPiece Seat Post

Selle Italia PantherFP seat

Shimano XTR DI2 Shifter, Rear Derailer (11speed), Levers and Calipers, 

Shimano XT RT86 IceTech Rotos, 180mm front, 160mm rear.

Shimano XT Crank

Shimano XT Chainring and Cassette 1 x 11 as 34 Chain Ring, 11-46 Cassette

Shimano XTR SPD pedals

Stages Power Meter (XT)

Vittoria Saguaro 2.25 front and back tyre

ESI Chunky Grips

K-Edge Garmin Mount

cSixx ISG05 Chain guide

Specialized bottle cage + Specialized tool bottle.

Get Stoked : BikeShield Clearshield applied.

 

 

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Yes, still have my stage. it will stay here in Jbay as my primary bike when down here and the MoBu will go back with my to Jhb as primary bike there,

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15 minutes ago, awesme said:

last posting,

Hope everyone enjoyed the little walk through this exciting trip.

G

The Build:

Pyga Mobu

Pyga Marathon Carbon Rims

Chris King ISO Boost hubs

Chris King BB

Cane Creak Headset

Rockshox SID Select 120mm Fork

Rockshox Shock, Delux Ultimate, 118mm

Thomson XC Flat carbon Handle Bar.

Thomson X4 Stem

Thomson MasterPiece Seat Post

Selle Italia PantherFP seat

Shimano XTR DI2 Shifter, Rear Derailer (11speed), Levers and Calipers, 

Shimano XT Crank

Shimano XT Chainring and Cassette 1 x 11 as 34 Chain Ring, 11-46 Cassette

Stages Power Meter (XT)

Vittoria Saguaro 2.25 front and back tyre

ESI Chunky Grips

K-Edge Garmin Mount

 

 

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Simply stunningly beautiful! And I might be qualified to comment regarding aesthetics as I've grown accustomed to being accused of being with "the most gorgeous women on the planet". What a beeyoootiful feat of design and engineering! I'd trade a kidney-and-a-half for your Mobu.

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On 5/28/2021 at 3:38 PM, Dust46! said:

WOW this frame is gorgeous! I have been looking at your pics literally the entire day! Congratulations this is a really stunning! 

... EVEN better in real life, standing right behind me in the study :)

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This bike suits your forum name 👍

 

ENJOY

 

 

The write up of the development and build is appreciated

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I’m looking for a rear suspension solution - my shock is not repairable - 184 x 44 and the newer fox ones don’t fit (shorter “head”) at the top

no stock of rockshox - if you’re own a stage you could end up with the same issue

if you have one stashed keep it but I’m a buyer if you have a spare spare 

 

 

 

 

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I had a look on eBay. There are a few Monarchs and Floats in that size (also listed as 7.25” x 1.75”). Might be your best bet to get one quick if you can get the seller to assist with expedited shipping. Also some of the new Suntour LOR shocks as well.

Might be worth having a look on Bike24 and a couple of the other German cycle shops as well

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1 hour ago, Wayne pudding Mol said:

I’m looking for a rear suspension solution - my shock is not repairable - 184 x 44 and the newer fox ones don’t fit (shorter “head”) at the top

no stock of rockshox - if you’re own a stage you could end up with the same issue

if you have one stashed keep it but I’m a buyer if you have a spare spare 

 

 

 

 

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Ouch ....

 

Het Louise nie dalk n shock, of selfs net parte, vir jou nie ?

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1 hour ago, thebob said:

I had a look on eBay. There are a few Monarchs and Floats in that size (also listed as 7.25” x 1.75”). Might be your best bet to get one quick if you can get the seller to assist with expedited shipping. Also some of the new Suntour LOR shocks as well.

Might be worth having a look on Bike24 and a couple of the other German cycle shops as well

tried all the german sites - of course some won't ship Sram to SA - ideally I'd like a fox option but at this stage I'll take anything.  Droo from Stoke is checking if he can repair one he has for me but now I feel like I need a spare

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