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Pashley 26 MHz build

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So sorry to bore some of you who will not want to look but I recently baught another one after killing one years ago.

I've almost finished building it up and it's starting to look awsome. It's also a better spec than my old one too.

Bb and cranks (burns rs7 with po trials bash, although it has been reduced in size and barely covers a 22 tooth chainring) will be on as soon as I've got the bb threads cleaned through. Just need a seat set up and clamp, a shifter and a chain.

What d'yall think?1472977937483-1843920450.jpg

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Apart from the mini Onza seat and not using a DX32 out back... it's awesome! Loved my Pashley, awesome bike!

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Yeah I don't much like the mini seat either.

Why go dx32 when this rim was sat in my garage doing nowt and free. Anyway elite fatso ora BMF would be the ones to go for but couldn't find either.

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Here's my oter more modern bike which I've treated to a pair of pro 2s today so finally can get rid of the freewheel up front

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Different seat higher stem

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As has been said previously a different seat would look far better a DX32 in the back and a higher stem. 

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Doesn't need a higher stem it isn't a modern bike is it.

I've been through finding the best set up back in the day (late 90s onwards) and know this will work much better than a high front end.

And again the seat is temporary as I said.

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i miss mine so much!

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Here it is.

Other than an inner gear cable she's finished.

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That stem and stacker height is ideal for the frame, but it'll still ride much better with proper risers, everyone used 2" Azonics back in the day.

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The 2-2.5" Azonics were amazing, loved those bars.

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..until they inevitably snapped!

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I do like a nice Pashley! 

If you are at all after any of the parts mentioned above I have a few bits which could fit the bill

2 inch silver azonic pyramids, Alex dx32 32h rim in black (hardly used) and a silver middleburn pro trials guard...

PM me if you need anything, could do you a deal 

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I have a set of azonic bars but actually prefer these and couldn't find a stem to fit them. As for the rim no thanks this is fine. It's built as I want it so fits perfectly what I want it too, besides I have 3 bikes so I won't be killing this anytime soon. And this has a middleburn pro trial bashgaurd it's just smaller.

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