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 How to build a Zipp 2001 Frame - fixing the beam
I just bought a Zipp 2001 Frame.
I have to build it know and to be honest I am a little bit lost about the way the beam has to be fixed.
I have some questions and I hope someone will be able to help me :
- in the following url (http://www.socalmtb.com/userphotos/albums/16i02x161655.175re) I have attached two pictures of the frame. As you can see there I have marked two wholes I think should be somehow attached together with a screw : is this the case ? If yes, is this a special type of screw ?
- how can the beamís height be changed ?
- how can I make the beams suspension to be more or less hard ?
- the frame being new the elastomers are new, but I wonder if you knew how often these have to be changed.
I would be very grateful should you be able to give me some help (ideally full specs) about the way this should be fixed.
Thanks in advance.

Posted by Zarautz70 a 36 year old Racer riding a Zipp 2001 from Paris on 09/21/06

http://www.socalmtb.com/userphotos/albums/16i02x161655.175re

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  •  Re: How to build a Zipp 2001 Frame - fixing the beam
    You can also contact me on "zarautz70@caramail.com"
    Posted by Zarautz70 a 36 year old Racer from Paris on 09/21/06

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  •  Re: How to build a Zipp 2001 Frame - fixing the beam
    For the pictures try this address : it might work this time
    http://www.socalmtb.org/userphotos/albums/16i02x161655.175resk5dxoqo630.htm
    Posted by Zarautz70 a 36 year old Racer from Paris on 09/21/06

    http://www.socalmtb.org/userphotos/albums/16i02x161655.175re

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  •  Re: How to build a Zipp 2001 Frame - fixing the beam
    Thanks for your help. I have finally finished the set up.
    Please do not hesitate to contact me on my email should you need help on this issue.
    Posted by Zarautz70 a 36 year old Racer from Paris on 10/29/06

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