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EAI Bareknuckle

Looking to get rid of this so on can pick up something else. I'm open to offers and am willing to ship.

Frame:
56cm EAI BK

Fork/Headset:
EAI BK / FSA Orbit X

Bike History

Click a link below to see past stages of this bike.

  1. Initial
  2. Stage 2
  3. Stage 3
  4. Stage 4
  5. Disassembled

Current Stage Info:

Frame is too big unfortunately

Added by UCF_Eric. Last updated almost 8 years ago.

As of almost 8 years ago, UCF_Eric has indicated that they no longer own this bike.

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asman

asman says:

sick, i dream it

Posted about 8 years ago

leukybear

leukybear says:

You can always get SG75's and DA cranks which I'm pretty sure the guys @ EAI for sure designed the frame to fit considering they're the #1 distributor of those sets in the states.

Posted about 8 years ago

UCF_Eric

UCF_Eric says:

I ended up swapping the Omniums for some All City's, no clearance problems and they spin smoother. Now if the frame would fit.

Posted about 8 years ago

juniorjohan

juniorjohan says:

that yellow touch makes it a good looking bike man!

Posted about 8 years ago

OrengardSr

OrengardSr says:

thers a spacer for hollowtech BB you know.. my friend got the same problem so a contact my local bike shop and fiola problem solve

Posted over 8 years ago

EpicMushroom

EpicMushroom says:

I have the same problem on my kagero with the cranks hitting the frame. I lost some paint because of it. :[ I feel like its a problem on srams end, since many others have experienced this with omniums.

Posted over 8 years ago

OrengardSr

OrengardSr says:

get some spacer on that BB.. it works for me lol

Posted over 8 years ago

Scrodzilla

Scrodzilla says:

That's not what those spacers are for, but okay...

Posted about 8 years ago

sloman

sloman says:

Yikes! crankarms hitting the frame! Can only be BB flex or "soft" crankarms. Check the paint at the BB welds.Of it's flexing the paint will be cracking. Most likely the cheap crankarms. Go with real Dura ace. Pricey but strong.

Posted over 8 years ago

UCF_Eric

UCF_Eric says:

I don't know if I would call the Omniums cheap. I'm about 170 pounds but I don't think I could flex the actual arms enough to hit them. Steel has very elastic properties for being a metal so may well flex enough to just nick the chainstay.

Posted over 8 years ago

Dan

Dan says:

The hell? Uhh, negative. Sometimes cranksets just aren't compatible with certain frames. I know a guy who had to shave some of the back of his Omniums because they were hitting his frame. Same problem?

Posted over 8 years ago

Dan

Dan says:

By the way, my last comment was directed to sloman.

Posted over 8 years ago

sloman

sloman says:

I was working off the word "occasional hits". Sounds like frame flex. Constant hits would be a fitment problem. But either way the spacer sounds like the way to go if that will solve the problem. And the crankarms that flexed for me(and eventually broke)was a Campy. Costly parts can have flaws too.

Posted over 8 years ago

Neilskees

Neilskees says:

Very nice,Really liking it with the Nitto bars with yellow bar tape!

Posted over 8 years ago

qasimwarraich

qasimwarraich says:

fucking awesome. Have you weighed it yet?

Posted over 8 years ago

UCF_Eric

UCF_Eric says:

Properly, no. Using the stand on a scale and hold the bike method I get right around 18.1 or so, right on par with my road bike.

Posted over 8 years ago

longkachia

longkachia says:

so clean so nice

Posted over 8 years ago

UCF_Eric

UCF_Eric says:

Thank you, it's been treating me very nicely.

Posted over 8 years ago

richie

richie says:

I love this bk(: - nicest one here on PR

Posted over 8 years ago

Rdnt

Rdnt says:

Nice stem and nice job on the spokes.
I second retrogression. those guys are awesome!

Posted over 8 years ago

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