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  1. #11
    Quote Originally Posted by jschism View Post
    my TR3 with G10 seat pan, CF camber tube, CF removeable fenders(cause I use knobby in winter and need taller fenders for those), welded 11 1/2" back posts with ADI CF back, and GOLZ Twin Star wheels.
    Very nice chair, unless the rear wheels, are not one of my favorities.

  2. #12
    told you these tr's are noticably lighter than the zr2.

    looks like 85 to me sciotr
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    14 x 15 seat +3(I use a 14 x 16, but like the cushion to hang over) G10 seat pan, CF camber tube, CF fenders, 17 1/2 FSH, 15 1/2 RSH, 90 degreee front, no taper front, 91 degree welded back 11.5 tall(measured where the top curve starts on the ADI back in the mounting position where I wanted it. Took this dimension from my old chair, TiLite doesn't offer the ADI backs on order) 2 degree camber, 1/2 wheel spacing. slipstream unitine with 4 x 1 softrolls.
    I'm sure someone will wonder why, so, I have a +2 90 front because I like my legs(or more like my legs want to) at a 90 degree bend or they just bounce off front. Also, the 90 bend instead of 85 allows the tubes to help protect my shins. Working in a shop turning wrenches, I find myself resting my chair against equipment so I get more leverage and the frame keeps mefrom bashing my legs all the time. I have no trouble with transfers and the extra length.
    Last edited by jschism; 08-17-2012 at 08:17 AM. Reason: add

  4. #14
    I STAND CORRECTED. awesome ride thou. why didnt u get bolt on side guards
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  5. #15
    nice!!!!!!!!!!! B&W or W&B chairs are my favorite :-)
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  6. #16
    Quote Originally Posted by jschism View Post
    my TR3 with G10 seat pan, CF camber tube, CF removeable fenders(cause I use knobby in winter and need taller fenders for those), welded 11 1/2" back posts with ADI CF back, and GOLZ Twin Star wheels.
    Great Looking Ride. Thanks for running our ADI Back!

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    Hot!! My next chair without a doubt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fuentejps View Post
    I STAND CORRECTED. awesome ride thou. why didnt u get bolt on side guards
    he said it's because he needs taller fenders when he uses his knobby tires.

    awesome chair! I love the white. I think that's what I'll use on my next chair. Clean simple look, and I can change up the 'accent' colors like spokes, caster forks etc.
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    I've been wanting a white paintjob in my mind for some time.
    now i'd do something different...
    walking is OVER-RATED!!!

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  10. #20
    Quote Originally Posted by fuentejps View Post
    I STAND CORRECTED.
    HA!!! Hopefully, you've learned your lesson and will never question my question again!
    Last edited by SCI_OTR; 08-17-2012 at 04:48 PM.


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