38 year old Architect from Belfast
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Looks like it fits well.. when I did mine and ran webbing along the entire perimeter and stitched it at approx 50mm, so I can add velcro rings at any point.. bag looks good..
I think you would notice a bit more speed, but not a lot.. also byways are a bit noiser.. maybe a larger contact patch?? I have mine for sale.. along with some big SK's..
I have a couple of sets of 650b tyres sitting here.. both done about 50 miles max.. so nearly as new..
WTB byways 47mm tan wall - great fast tyre, but too wet in good old Northern Ireland, so needed more knobbles.. hence the GK's
Panaracer Gravelking 1.95 - these measure up at 51-52mm on my hunt wheels, which are too big for my CDF frame - all black
I ended up going for the 1.75 Gravelking SK tyres.. £50 per set + post at about £4..
I'm after a singlespeed kit - cog and spacers.. to fit on either a campagnolo or Shimano freehub ( I have two sets of wheels) preferably 20T as it's for a bit of CX.. will need posted as I'm in Belfast..
I have a load of Nikon stuff sitting here doing nothing.. as below:
Nikon D5600 - 15k shutter - £350
Nikon 35mm f/1.8 DX - £100
Nikon 50mm f/1.8 G -£100
Tokina 11-16mm f/2.8 mkll version so works with all Nikon bodies - £260
Sigma 10-20mm hsm f/3.5 - £175
Sigma - 70-300mm - £70
Nikon 24-120mm F/4 - £350
Nikon 18-55mm VRII -£60
Lowepro bahoe 150 backpack -£30
Misc backpack -£15
Can post pics on Sunday, away until then.. will need posted at £5 on top as I'm in Belfast..
Anyone any interest in a Tamiya Lunchbox complete setup.. I can get pics tomorrow but from memory.. Tamiya lunchbox, ball raced, Super stock RZ motor, 3rd shock mod. Acoms radio gear, Mtroniks ESC, 3-4 batteries, 5A fast charger.. Should have all the boxes, bits of spares etc.. few marks on the body, crack in the windscreen, 2 body mounts broken.. good working 100%
Not a problem, although it's generally wet in Northern Ireland anyway!!!!
I have been running Hunt 650b on my 2014 for the past few months.. Started with WTB 47mm Byways, but they weren't giving me the grip I was after offroad.. so changed to 1.9inch Gravelking SK's, although these measured up at 52mm which was too tight for the CDF at the back, so just swapped out to 1.75in Gravelking SK's which measure 43mm, so a good 5mm clearance at the back and no issues.. pic below after 22 mile test ride at the weekend.
I have a 11 speed chorus 12-25, but in Belfast so would need posted.