It took me a couple of hours to catch up the last six months in this thread
and i'm happy that i found the most of you in great shape.
The status stem is a nice part, not so stiff as the record 83 but nice.
The cover bolt is a fault that no one expects from 3ttt and splits the cover
when you try to tighten it a little more than it needs.
I try to save the covers using black silicone instead of the bolt,
something that works but still a pain when you try to make adjustments...
MAX CK... all black to the win !
Na, mine is yellow paint.
meh. start a hhscxb thread instead.
It would look opretty awesome if they didn't insist on a -17 stem, rarely look quite right especially with the HHSB saddle position.
I think the stem angle is the only good looking thing about that bike.
Maybe the saddle and wheels in isolation.
Always glad to see frames built in the states, but LOW + TCB is just so tired.
Serious granny porn
is it not the 2015 model?
Cue nahbs hate
Lovely, just as a custom frame should be.
Do loek that Stinner.
Why oh why the off angles on stay strip doe?
Only the forks and the down-tube decals are (mostly) in line with each other.
Bit of a shame, still would though.
and you've ruined it, for everyone.
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