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2000 Specialized Fatboy Vegas TRX

#1 2017-09-14 7:16am

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2000 Specialized Fatboy Vegas TRX

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2000 Specialized Fatboy Vegas TRX

2000 Midnight Metallic Blue Specialized Fatboy Vegas TRX Save

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This Vegas was basically thrown in a deal as a parts donor for a frame I was buying. I didn't really look at it at the time. I just put it in the car with the frame I was really there to purchase, A 2000 Hemi Pro monocoque. After getting it home, I realized it was almost all there.. A nearly bone stock 00 Fatboy Vegas under the dirt and grime with beautiful midnight metallic blue paint. After buffing the paint, painting a few parts, adding a few parts I had laying around, and some new rubber as well as new decals, it turned out as you see it now. And to think it was headed to the bone yard... Bike is mostly finished with exception to headtube & chainstay decals. Damn! I forgot to remove that reflector...hahaha
FRAME: TIG-welded chromoly main triangle/hi-tensile rear stays 
FORK: Specialized chromoly
BRAKESET: Tektro 996 U-brake rear, w/ Specialized alloy rear lever 
CRANKSET: Specialized Strong Arm II 3 piece Team Cranks w/ Specialized 44 tooth CNC alloy sprocket 
BB: American 
PEDALS: Specialized alloy platform 
FREEWHEEL: 16 tooth 
CHAIN: 1/2 x 1/8 Chrome KMC 
SADDLE: Specialized TRX 
SEATPOST: Specialized Micro Adjust 
HANDLEBARS: Specialized Chromoly 
GRIPS: Shadow Conspiracy 
STEM: Specialized Chromoly 
HEADSET: Oryg thredless 1-1/8
FRONT WHEEL: Specialized alloy hub/Alex 6061 M22 48 hole rim 
REAR WIREHEEL: GT Mohawk hub/ Weinmann ZRC X 48 hole rim
TIRES: Redline Comp III
Gone to a new home


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#2 2017-09-15 6:01am

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Re: 2000 Specialized Fatboy Vegas TRX

That's one sweet midnight Special-ized.... caught in the midday sun!
Great shots as always, and a lucky boneyard save.
Great job, Chris !

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#3 2017-09-15 7:36am

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Re: 2000 Specialized Fatboy Vegas TRX

Hey Baz... As those dudes with the turbans say, "a thousand thank you's"
Hahaha . . . :lol:


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#4 2017-09-15 9:36pm

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Re: 2000 Specialized Fatboy Vegas TRX

Great looking bike! I'm currently building a 2000 as well... one highly underrated bike in my opinion. https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/220205/image59bcaa42ad.jpg


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#5 2017-09-17 11:35pm

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Re: 2000 Specialized Fatboy Vegas TRX

Thanks Chef... I look forward to seeing how yours turns out. Let me know when you finish it. :cool:


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#6 2017-09-21 3:01pm

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Re: 2000 Specialized Fatboy Vegas TRX

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#7 2020-01-21 2:43am

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Re: 2000 Specialized Fatboy Vegas TRX

Great setting for the pics on this one. Very nicely done.


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#8 2020-01-21 11:03am

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Re: 2000 Specialized Fatboy Vegas TRX

turdburd wrote:

Great setting for the pics on this one. Very nicely done.

Thanks again for the kind words, burd.

The setting is the “Sundial Bridge” in Redding Ca. 

I made the drive up to Redding to purchase some parts from a guy, and met him in the parking lot there. I’d never been there, but I’m very glad I had the presence of mind to take the Vegas with me in case of a photo op. :)


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