21 Feb 2006 18:13:54
steveyo
Paco's rocket and the Uni Superset(tm)


So now Paco has (what looks to me to be) an incredible new 'design'
(http://tinyurl.com/fyblg).

Introducing the Uni Superset.
(1) 'Paco's rocket center piece' (http://tinyurl.com/plg6s)
(1) 'Wallis Road Relief saddle'
(http://www.wallisdesign.com/HANDLEpics.html)
(2) 20" lower fork tubes
(2) 24" lower fork tubes (freestyle)
(2) 24" lower fork tubes (muni)
(2) 29" lower fork tubes
(2) 36" lower fork tubes
(1) 20" wheelset
(1) 24" wheelset (freestyle)
(1) 24" wheelset (muni)
(1) 29" wheelset
(1) 36" wheelset

..you'd need some different length seatposts, and a few sets of
pedals.

Price: Ten crillion dollars.

Any hub may be upgraded to a two-speed geared hub for an additional
gazillion dollars.


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21 Feb 2006 18:28:17
paco
Re: Paco's rocket and the Uni Superset(tm)


I want one! What a great deal. The inventor ('Paco' was it?) must be a
genius!


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22 Feb 2006 04:11:26
Borges
Re: Paco's rocket and the Uni Superset(tm)


Could you make "lollypop" bearing holders with clamps the same way the
fork legs are attached to the "rocket"?


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