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Old 2009-07-27, 08:49 AM   #1
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So I've been wanting to see peoples MUni's and specifications of them.

Heres mine:

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KH Fusion Freeride Seat 09
KH Adjustable Seatpost
Nimbus 24'' ISIS Wheel with KH Moments, 150's and Trailmix Pedals
KH 08? Frame
Magura HS 22 Rim brake

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Old 2009-07-27, 02:49 PM   #2
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Ok! here's mine! But I'm waiting for a brake, I should get it soon. Anyway here it is.


Specs:
Torker DX wheelset
NimbusII orange frame
Custom trimmed Coker seat
Gazz 2.6 tire
Axiom Double jump pedals
Magura HS-22 raceline brake (Coming soon!)
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Old 2009-07-27, 03:59 PM   #3
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Here's my geared 26":

stripped KH29 frame 07
KH/Schlumpf hub
KH09 fusion freeride seat + T-bar
KH seat post unadjustable
KH single bolt clamp
KH moment 225/150 cranks
Odyssey twisted PCs
TryAll 26" x 47mm drilled rim
Nokian Gazzaloddi 26x3

I'll post it's little brother KH24 soon.
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Old 2009-07-27, 06:57 PM   #4
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Here's my geared 26":

stripped KH29 frame 07
KH/Schlumpf hub
KH09 fusion freeride seat + T-bar
KH seat post unadjustable
KH single bolt clamp
KH moment 225/150 cranks
Odyssey twisted PCs
TryAll 26" x 47mm drilled rim
Nokian Gazzaloddi 26x3

I'll post it's little brother KH24 soon.
I really like your Guni. I hope I could get a schlumpf hub one day too
I hope your cranks are not really 225mm and 150mm long
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Old 2009-07-27, 07:25 PM   #5
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So here is Wickie:

KH24 2008
Magura HS33
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Old 2009-07-27, 07:44 PM   #6
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Here's mine...

Frame: Lightweight CroMo Nimbus II style.
Hub: 20mm diameter 36-splined hub with a dual keyway.
Bearings: 20 x 42mm Sealed bearings.
Cranks: 165mm super strong CroMo splined cranks, chromed.
Rim: Alex double-walled deep section rim.
Saddle: New Onza Kris Holm saddle.
Weight 6.5kg

If I'm going to keep it, (which I think I am) because I want a Coker Big One before upgrading my Muni, than I want to powdercoat it pink and see if I can put Moments on it, not sure if I can. No brake because so far I don't need one, because I'm still a newbie, eventually I might and it is set up for a brake, so whenever.
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Old 2009-07-27, 07:50 PM   #7
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I really like your Guni. I hope I could get a schlumpf hub one day too
I hope your cranks are not really 225mm and 150mm long
Thanks! And the cranks are of course 125/150s. I am having a lot of fun with it, but I am really looking forward to get some brakes installed once I get a frame that is compatible with the hub, tire and the maguras...
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Here's mine...

Frame: Lightweight CroMo Nimbus II style.
Hub: 20mm diameter 36-splined hub with a dual keyway.
Bearings: 20 x 42mm Sealed bearings.
Cranks: 165mm super strong CroMo splined cranks, chromed.
Rim: Alex double-walled deep section rim.
Saddle: New Onza Kris Holm saddle.
Weight 6.5kg

If I'm going to keep it, (which I think I am) because I want a Coker Big One before upgrading my Muni, than I want to powdercoat it pink and see if I can put Moments on it, not sure if I can. No brake because so far I don't need one, because I'm still a newbie, eventually I might and it is set up for a brake, so whenever.
I think you can put moment cranks on that hub. The moments are ISIS and this hub is splined ao it wont fit. The only way to put moments is to change your hub.

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Thanks! And the cranks are of course 125/150s. I am having a lot of fun with it, but I am really looking forward to get some brakes installed once I get a frame that is compatible with the hub, tire and the maguras...
That would be awsome with a brake, It would be the perfect Muni/XC machine!
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Old 2009-07-27, 08:36 PM   #9
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I think you can put moment cranks on that hub. The moments are ISIS and this hub is splined ao it wont fit. The only way to put moments is to change your hub.
Thanks, that is sort of what I was afraid of. I don't think I know enough about all that to try it. I can deal with what it has as they are fine, but I have Moments on my 20" and really like them so it was just a thought, especially if I have to take it all apart to paint it eventually anyway.
I appreciate the input, saves me having to ask later. Did you go for your Coker ride today? I went to three parks and rode till I was exhausted and had to dismount, even remembered to dismount with uni in front (practicing for my Coker, haha) awesome fun!
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Old 2009-07-27, 08:42 PM   #10
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Thanks! And the cranks are of course 125/150s. I am having a lot of fun with it, but I am really looking forward to get some brakes installed once I get a frame that is compatible with the hub, tire and the maguras...

you have seen that the surly frame is now availible on municycle.com?
http://www.einradladen.net/shop/show...roducts_id/799

its in the 26 wheelsize and schlumpf compatible? plus it has the magura brake
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Old 2009-07-27, 08:48 PM   #11
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Yes, and it's €300 and weighs a lot. But I would get it if it were cheaper. I just asked them if the Koxx frame could work by any chance but didn't get an answer yet. That would only cost €50 but I'm afraid it isn't compatible with the hub...
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Old 2009-07-27, 10:50 PM   #12
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Thanks, that is sort of what I was afraid of. I don't think I know enough about all that to try it. I can deal with what it has as they are fine, but I have Moments on my 20" and really like them so it was just a thought, especially if I have to take it all apart to paint it eventually anyway.
I appreciate the input, saves me having to ask later. Did you go for your Coker ride today? I went to three parks and rode till I was exhausted and had to dismount, even remembered to dismount with uni in front (practicing for my Coker, haha) awesome fun!
Just take off you cranks from both unis and you'll see, the splined hub is smaller than the ISIS and I dont know if they both have the same numbers of spline.
And yeah I did a really small Coker ride, it was rainy so I havn't been really long outside today. It was only like 15km.

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Yes, and it's €300 and weighs a lot. But I would get it if it were cheaper. I just asked them if the Koxx frame could work by any chance but didn't get an answer yet. That would only cost €50 but I'm afraid it isn't compatible with the hub...
The Koxx-one frames aren't compatible with schlumpf hub, because they have "un-machined" bearing holders. I dont think it will work with a Surly frame too. Just wait until the KH26 frame is gonna be compatible with 3" tires. KHs are much better IMO.
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Old 2009-07-27, 11:47 PM   #13
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I will a pic tonight.

Specs:
KH Freeride 08 seat
Kh adjusterble seat post
Echo TR Hydraulic brake
Nimbus Balck double bolt seat clamp
Nimbus Orange Frame
JC trailmix pedals
137/165mm Moment cranks
Duro wildlife 24x3 tyre
08 24" kh rim'
08 KH hub
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Old 2009-07-27, 11:49 PM   #14
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I will a pic tonight.

Specs:
KH Freeride 08 seat
Kh adjusterble seat post
Echo Hydrolic brake
Nimbus Balck double bolt seat clamp
Nimbus Orange Frame
JC trailmix pedals
137/165mm Moment cranks
Duro wildlife 24x3 tyre
08 24" kh rim'
08 KH hub
I always wanted to know if they would fit on Magura brake mounts. I've seen a couple and they look awsome
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Old 2009-07-27, 11:54 PM   #15
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yes they fit like a charm. Its also an echo TR lol
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