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Not many.

Seatpost, pedals, and cassette. I had almost a whole build kit from my last cross bike. But those parts are used. A new frame needs new parts. I swiped the seatpost from my road bike. The cassette from my son's road bike and the pedals from my fs. Every time I want to ride my road bike I have to retrive my seatpost. My son will probably notice no cogs on his next ride. My fs is in conversion right now. I'm converting the old frame into a new one. The new frame will be here next week and it will want it's pedals back.

Let's see, food or bike parts this month? Screw it! I can eat next month.
 

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Pretty nice.

I like them in the mud and loose stuff. They squirm a little on the hardpack but nothing bad. Personally I like Tufos best for racing and Michelin Mud or Jets for the trail. I'm going to try some other cross tires this year. I'm also looking into making cross wheels tubeless (like Stans Notubes). I've got a buddy who rode a set of homemade ones last year and loved them.
 
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