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  • #61
    Frame: Nimbus 29er.
    Post: Stock.
    Clamp: Stock.
    Hub: Nimbus ISIS.
    Cranks: 125mm KH Moments.
    Pedals: Gusset Slim Jim's.
    Rim: '09 KH 29" freeride.
    Tyre: Halo Choir Master 2.3".
    Seat: CF base, Nimbus gel, KH cover, Button head allen bolts.

    I have since bunged a brake on it, just come crappy caliper for the time being. I've taken to riding it on the sand banks when the tide is out, but I'm yet to do some proper muni on it.



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    • #62
      Originally posted by Fraggle View Post
      Frame: Nimbus 29er.
      Post: Stock.
      Clamp: Stock.
      Hub: Nimbus ISIS.
      Cranks: 125mm KH Moments.
      Pedals: Gusset Slim Jim's.
      Rim: '09 KH 29" freeride.
      Tyre: Halo Choir Master 2.3".
      Seat: CF base, Nimbus gel, KH cover, Button head allen bolts.
      Wow, that baby has sure changed from when you first bought it!(if it's even the same 29'er...)
      Last edited by Biggestbtc; 2009-08-03, 07:09 PM.
      ~Benjamin
      ><>Unicycle For Christ<><

      No matter how great your triumphs or how tragic your defeats, approximately one billion Chinese couldn't care less.

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      • #63
        Yeah, it's the same one. I've still to get a new post, clamp, pedals and a KH frame, but that can wait for the Surly to be sourced and built.
        Last edited by Fraggle; 2009-08-03, 07:14 PM.
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        • #64
          Nice 29er! Did you maked your own rim tape? It looks cool
          Jakob F.

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          • #65
            Thanks. The green is craft foam that I had laying about in the tool box, I just cut it into strips, taped it to the rim, then put the reinforced rim strip over it.
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            • #66
              sweet ride lol

              It needs dirt on it
              You know your not succeding when you know your not achiving anything

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              • #67
                Originally posted by unicycler100 View Post
                sweet ride lol

                It needs dirt on it
                Haha! +1, Every muni needs dirt on them
                Jakob F.

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                • #68
                  Originally posted by jaco_flans View Post
                  Haha! +1, Every muni needs dirt on them
                  hehe yip I need to get mine dirty again
                  You know your not succeding when you know your not achiving anything

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                  • #69
                    Originally posted by unicycler100 View Post
                    hehe yip I need to get mine dirty again
                    yeah, i did, then I washed it in a stream
                    Heres mine, I took the brake off though, it was useless. I need to bleed it again. I'm using water and it cannot hold pressure at all. I think the seals may have gone in it. It also needs a new seat... this one is trying to kill me its soo painful
                    This is no longer a blank signature, that is all

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                    • #70
                      26" 09'KH, 150mm Moment's, WTB Stout 2.3, DMR V8's, Magura HS 33.
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                      MUni Me. Videos.

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                      • #71
                        Absolutely beautiful
                        Unicycle for Ra

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                        • #72
                          Originally posted by kerosian View Post
                          Absolutely beautiful
                          +1
                          You know your not succeding when you know your not achiving anything

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                          • #73
                            OK, here's mine. Not the best quality picture, but it's all I can find at the moment. It's a 2008 Nimbus 26" frame and wheel, Nimbus alloy seatpost, 150mm moments, DMR V8s, HS33 and 2008 KH Freeride saddle. This was the first ride with a new saddle, which is why it's so much cleaner than the rest of the uni. All quite normal and boring really. My old muni was much more interesting (purple powder coat and champagne cork) - there's probably a pic lying around the forum somewhere.

                            Rob
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                            Last edited by rob.northcott; 2009-08-05, 11:47 AM.
                            "Hedgehogs - why can't they just share the hedge?" (Dan Antopolski)

                            "I would absolutely recommend a 29er to anyone who didn't prefer a larger or small wheel." (Mikefule)

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                            • #74
                              Your Muni looks cool! espetialy with that number in the spokes

                              Question for all the muni riders: Will a Magura brake still work correctly if my wheel is true but there's a flatspot in it?
                              Jakob F.

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                              • #75
                                Originally posted by jaco_flans View Post
                                Your Muni looks cool! espetialy with that number in the spokes
                                Thanks It's my number from the recent Mountain Mayhem 24hr race. I think race numbers look quite cool so I tend to leave them on the uni for some time after the race (as do quite a few other people).

                                Will a Magura brake still work correctly if my wheel is true but there's a flatspot in it?
                                Not if it's enough of a flatspot that the brake blocks fall off the outside of the rim and hit the tyre. Depends how bad it is. If the rim braking surface is quite tall (like on some Onza rims I've seen) you could compensate a bit by setting the brake right on the inside edge of the rim, then hope it didn't go off the outside edge at the flatspot. Or perhaps you should get a new rim before the brake!

                                Rob
                                Last edited by rob.northcott; 2009-08-05, 01:36 PM.
                                "Hedgehogs - why can't they just share the hedge?" (Dan Antopolski)

                                "I would absolutely recommend a 29er to anyone who didn't prefer a larger or small wheel." (Mikefule)

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