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#1 2018-09-21 6:47am

Palehorse74
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From: Calgary
Registered: 2014-10-28
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2012 Fit Aitken S4

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2012 Fit Aitken S4

Straight forward, gone too soon.

20.75, great patina
Basically inherited the pieces left off my Creepaziod, but with upgrade.Ran my first production Heavy Horse forks to feature an integrated bearing race, and a lovely pair of Solid custom bars( thx Hboost).It’s at this point I began realizing I preferred shorter frames.I’m not much on sentiment or nostalgia, however THIS bike should have never been disassembled or sold. It was near perfect.

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#2 2018-09-21 6:55am

Staats
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From: Chandler, AZ
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Re: 2012 Fit Aitken S4

Clean Build.

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#3 2018-09-21 8:30am

Palehorse74
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From: Calgary
Registered: 2014-10-28
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Re: 2012 Fit Aitken S4

Staats wrote:

Clean Build.

Thx! It was just as nice to ride.

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