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    Default Cabin fever, brake lines and ceramic coated pipes.

    What do you do when they are calling for more than two feet of snow? You get out tools and bang on bikes. So I never liked the extra slack I had in my front brake line.


    The stop on the master cylinder created a weird angle as well so that had to go. A few weeks ago I ordered up a shorter line (Goodridge ebony stainless). As the snow fell I removed a portion of the stop, got out the super fine file and installed the new line.


    Done!


    I also treated myself to some ceramic coating.

    Before.


    After.



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    Sweet! But what goodness is hiding under that drop cloth?

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    love your bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TuffLuckTom View Post
    Sweet! But what goodness is hiding under that drop cloth?
    look at the properties of any of the images. there you will find the answer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by edward View Post
    look at the properties of any of the images. there you will find the answer.
    LOL Hardy har har.

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    Looks good, I really like how clean your bike looks while still having a lot of character.

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    looks good man. i don't know if it was yr bike i saw on onother site or someone elses but that tail section is the most inginious thing ever! it finaly makes sense to me that one doesn't need a jig in order to make a hardtail for you bike...fuckin cool!

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    Quote Originally Posted by me View Post
    looks good man. i don't know if it was yr bike i saw on onother site or someone elses but that tail section is the most inginious thing ever! it finaly makes sense to me that one doesn't need a jig in order to make a hardtail for you bike...fuckin cool!
    it's an atlas rigid frame.

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