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2004 Fit Series Two

#1 2021-07-14 8:17am

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2004 Fit Series Two

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2004 Fit Series Two

Late midschool gem

21” Fit series 2 frame, press fit headtube & euro bb.
Frame was in a rider/survivor condition when I got it so I decided to do the build based on that for the most part with other used parts.
As ever I also built it up towards more of a trail/transition style bike. I think it turned out great and it feels great to ride its 25lbs as pictured so not bad weight wise and I could have built it lighter.
I did decide to go straight to a modern bar size to make it better to ride and easier on the back, series 2 bars are something like 7” rise-I ain’t 16 anymore! πŸ˜‚

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#2 2021-07-18 6:31am

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Re: 2004 Fit Series Two

:cool: Love it


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#3 2021-07-19 12:27pm

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Re: 2004 Fit Series Two

Thanks!

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