Project Fat Chance Titanium Serial number 042T4ML

StarTREK

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Frame:
Fat Chance Titanium Serial number 042T4ML

Fork:
Pace rc35 mxc carbon
or
Big one Ti (wanted now :confused: )

Setup:
Front Chain ring: FC-M900
Bottom Bracket: BB-UN90
Rear Derailleur: RD-M900
Front derailleur: FD-M900 (NOS)
Rapid Fire Shifters: ST-M900 (NOS)
Brakes: BR-M900F/R (NOS)
Cassette:CS-M900
Chain: CN-7401
Pedals: PD-M737 SPD
Hub: FH-M900 and HB-M900-F (NOS)
Rims: Mavic 117 sup (NOS)
Head Set: Chris King 1" No logo Turquoise
Stem: Control Tech 1" Natural Color.
Bar: TITEC Ti
Seat Post: Syncros Ti.
Saddle: Selle Italia Flite Kevlar Titanium White Blue
Grips: ODI or YETI
Tyres:
Front: Panaracer Smoke Dart HC 2.1 (NOS)
Rear: Panaracer Timbuk II 1.9 (NOS)

The End
He dicho.
ein? ;)
 

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StarTREK

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Enjoy;)

Pedal wit:beer:
 

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tvcreative

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Get a load of dem apples

I am glad to see that I am not the only person with a stockpile of tasty rides...in half built status

looks great so far...can't wait to see it -- when finished.
 

StarTREK

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Cranks, brakes, almost finished.;)
 

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StarTREK

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Finished;)
 

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StarTREK

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More pics
 

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StarTREK

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Last:)
 

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fattyboombatty

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Killer ride! Jealous! However, maybe it is just because I am from the US, but I've never been crazy about the look of Pace forks. The reversed brace takes away from the clean lines of forks/frame. Anyway...enjoy! To each his own!;)
 

OldFatTi

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Beautiful!

Pace forks, black rims and skinwalls are winners on a Ti Fat, but I prefer the brakes mounted on the front of the forks for aesthetics. With V's they work great front-mounted too.
 

tvcreative

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I say no it doesn't fit him - and he should sell it to me immediately for being so size negligent.

Nice bike - ride on. I really really want this bike.
 
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I-ROBOT

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By 1994, I had finally figured out titanium welding and believe that the 1994 models represent the best of what I could do with a TIG torch on that metal. I probably welded most, if not all of the 94s since Dave Blakeney had left by then. I was teaching Sue Kirby how to weld TI but I don't remember if she welded any frames. I know I had her doing some subassemblies like head tube and seat tube inserts using my little rotary set up. I am proudest of those frames out of all the work I did at FC with the Yo Team bikes and the Team Comps running a close second and third.

Treat her kindly my good man, she's a keeper! (or keepah -as we say here in Mass)

Enjoy the ride
Scott
 
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