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Did a little DIY with my bike rack

I like doing little mods to make my mods more custom to the Jeep. I came from an OEM+ Audi S4 so I like to keep it clean and classy. I have a Light Graystone Pearl WK, and I had some color matched paint lying around.

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Tried to tie it into the Jeep a little bit. What do you think?
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Re: Did a little DIY with my bike rack

Looks great. What kind of bike do you have?
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I would love to see it on the jeep
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Re: Did a little DIY with my bike rack

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Looks great. What kind of bike do you have?
Thanks! I just have a crappy old mountain bike but I'm looking into getting a nice road bike once it warms up a bit.
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Re: Did a little DIY with my bike rack

For sure. I race bicycles here in Colorado. Good luck on the bike, and your rack looks slick.
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For sure. I race bicycles here in Colorado. Good luck on the bike, and your rack looks slick.
Thanks brotha. Got any tips on a good road bike? I'm 5'7" and I want something that can go fast.
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Re: Did a little DIY with my bike rack

Without a doubt. I'd have to say a Specialized Tarmac series or a Specialized or Allez series if you're looking for a good road bike. S-Works are light and fast, but will take a lot out of your pocket. Specialized bicycles are certainly my most favorite company because of reliability, quality, and bang for your buck. Just make sure you buy what rides well to you. You'd probably be in between a small and a medium frame... You'd have to get fitted by a professional for that. Happy riding.
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^thanks I appreciate the advice!
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