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#1 2017-07-12 10:29am

jeffc43
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2017 S&M Hucker

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2017 S&M Hucker

Nod to the Holmes

Wanted to build a retro yellow Hucker as a nod back to my first S&M - my '92 Holmes.  Swapped a bunch of parts over from my green ATF (and refreshed that from other parts as well).  Love how this turned out.  Still need to get a black cable strap!
Frame specs:TOP TUBE LENGTHS 20.75", 21", 21.25"REAR END LENGTH13.3"HEAD TUBE ANGLE75°STANDOVER HEIGHT8.8"B.B. HEIGHT11.7"SEAT TUBE ANGLE71°HEAD TUBEIntegrated Campy StyleB.B. STYLEMid w/EZ-out punch slotsBRAKE MOUNTSThread-On 990 Mounts (sold separately)DROPOUTS14mmSEAT POST SIZE1" / 25.4mmWEIGHT4.86 lbs. / 2.15 kgs.

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#2 2017-07-12 11:14am

jriedmiller
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Re: 2017 S&M Hucker

That's dope Jeff!


Buying high and selling low for decades!

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#3 2017-07-14 10:48am

RadicalNick
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Re: 2017 S&M Hucker

jriedmiller wrote:

That's dope Jeff!

Yes it is! Fav'd.


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