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    Colours Razorbalade Pics ADDED SHOX PIC

    HERE SHE IS GUYS.
    RAZORBLADE
    -SPINERGY LX
    - D'S LOCKS
    - 18.5 FRT
    13.5 REAR
    4 DEGREE CAMBER

    THIS THING IS CRAZY LIGHT

    AND I LOVEEEEEEE THE D'S LOCKS




    Last edited by fuentejps; 29 Jul 2007, 5:14 PM.
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    #2
    Now that's a chair. Way to roll it, John.

    How light is light? Looks uber much so.

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      #3
      Holy crap that's a nice chair. It looks comfortable.

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        #4
        Thats pretty bling...niceee. What COG setting you got on that? Looks tippy.
        May 2000, T4-5 Complete.

        Nam-Myoho-Renge-Kyo

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          #5
          Do you have trouble getting through doors with 4 degrees cambre? Nice chair. I will have to consider Colours again. Is that paint, or real chrome? Did you order directly from Colours, or through DME? Oh...are the side guards removeable?

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            #6
            Wow! Sweet!
            Congrats!
            How are the LX's?

            Specs on it?
            I'll guess 3.5" on COG....nice n tippy for having the 3" on front!

            (damn I wish TiLite would do the molded frame protector stuff like that- up and around the bend; they stop just shy of the bend, which means when I get mine, I'll have to figure out how to extend it...almost makes me wish I had gone Colours... almost )
            nikki
            T6 complete since Oct, 2001
            TiLite ZRa, Spinergy LX 24", Shox Firm tires, 3" volcanic glare rollerblade wheels for casters

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              #7
              Hey Nikki, I'm using LX wheels too and like them. Compaired to spox that I used before, they feel the same when pushing, except that it dosnt make that creaking sound from the spoke that the spox does when turning. Also LX is lighter.
              May 2000, T4-5 Complete.

              Nam-Myoho-Renge-Kyo

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                #8
                Originally posted by nikki-k
                (damn I wish TiLite would do the molded frame protector stuff like that- up and around the bend; they stop just shy of the bend, which means when I get mine, I'll have to figure out how to extend it...almost makes me wish I had gone Colours... almost )
                I have a TiLite ZRc and ordered it with the frame protectors. They're zipper-ons just like on Fuente's Razorblade. However, after a short time the protectors started twisting and sliding down. They became a nuissance and unnecessary -- I took them off and have never missed them. My chair has the polished titanium and has been none the worse for wear without the "protection."

                Also, the tube diameter on the ZR body frame is thicker than on the Razorblade, which I find very comfortable. With thinner tubing, the protectors help bulk up the diameter for firmer gripping.
                stephen@bike-on.com

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                  #9
                  I agree with 212, you don't need frame protectors on a ti chair, just whip out the scotch brite pad & some pledge & buff the scratches out.

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by Hype62
                    Thats pretty bling...niceee. What COG setting you got on that? Looks tippy.
                    4 cog
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                      #11
                      it polished ball barnished aluminum. no door problems.

                      i went through colours and dme.

                      side guards can be unbolted








                      Originally posted by wheeliegirl
                      Do you have trouble getting through doors with 4 degrees cambre? Nice chair. I will have to consider Colours again. Is that paint, or real chrome? Did you order directly from Colours, or through DME? Oh...are the side guards removeable?
                      Bike-on.com rep
                      John@bike-on.com
                      c4/5 inc funtioning c6. 28 yrs post.
                      sponsored handcycle racer

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                        #12
                        AWESOME chair.How fast will she go in the quater mile?
                        Be yourself!!!
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                          #13
                          How much does it weigh including cushion?
                          stephen@bike-on.com

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                            #14
                            Originally posted by stephen212
                            How much does it weigh including cushion?
                            DONT KNOW ITS ALOT LIGHTER THAN MY ECLIPSE.
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                            c4/5 inc funtioning c6. 28 yrs post.
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                              #15
                              Very nice looking chair fuente! That is probably the lowest possible rear STF attainable with a 24" wheel without having a contoured camber tube to fit under your butt! With the rear axle 4" forward,I it probably needs to be. Without that low center of mass, she'd be extremely tippy.

                              BTW: Terry send his regards

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