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C.ITOH Submariner Stainless Steel Conversion

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C.ITOH Stainless Steel with Aluminium Lugs

Risers with some Bar ends for more positions. Quill adapter and a ritchey pro because my LBS doesn't stock good quills.

original fork & headset

front rim from an old Lotus

generic rim with flip/flop hub from LBS

Sakae SA 170s, original BB

saddle from my old Trek 4300 Alpha Aluminium Custom, original seatpost

Eggbeaters, SRAM Chain

46/17

This is a rebranded Kabuki Submariner.

It's very fun to ride now. Brakeless is awesome with the clipless.

This bike was stolen at 1:30AM May 6th of 06.

If you see it on ebay or craigslist, please tell me. The parts list above is what it had on it when it was ganked.

People who friended this bike Aeroplane, curvedwallride, edoardoceleste, eastman rides, halfimpressive, sinkFLsink, bloodtypeoa, Norville Rogers, CONDENADO, jon451, cannonhugodale, keeyop

Stainless Steel

How heavy is that bike? I've been curious about Stainless Steel bikes (like the Kabuki Submariner) and am daunted by the weight.

Way to stick with the centerpulls!

I'm not exactly sure how

I'm not exactly sure how heavy it is. It's not the lightest bike I've ever laid sit-bones on, but it's far from being a beastly one.

I'm trying to find a place to weigh it, and I'll post its weight once I've found a place.

weight

I still haven't found a scale I can use, but I'm guessing it's around 15 lbs. Maybe a little less, maybe a little more.



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