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#1 2017-01-13 7:51pm

ewilli
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2007 DK Cleveland

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2007 DK Cleveland

DK "Cleveland" brown frame / fork for project bike.

This DK frame and fork caught my eye because of the attractive Chocolate Brown color, its serious-sized downtube and good looks. The seller had the fork listed as chromoly (so I was thinking the frame and fork were chromoly), but I don't know for sure. They don't feel particularly light. I'm trying to assemble some parts to build it up and will post when ready. So far, I've gotten a DK front-load stem from a pro member of the museum, a ROBINSON 175mm one piece crank on Ebay, Wellgo pedals and a YST bottom bracket from Porkchop. The YST bottom bracket is very cool and I was ecstatic to find an original Japanese Tioga 32mm wrench that is thin enough to tighten the sprocket-side cone (photo 6). The 25t sprocket (15/16" center hole) from my Hoffman "Seeker" fits the crank perfectly for a rad combo.     


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