Carbon framekit...



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Mikael Seierup

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"Jeff Wills" skrev...
> Looks more like a ZOX S-frame... it's front wheel drive.

Actually it looks like they copied the Challenge Taifun frame and gave it a FWD. The Zox S-frame is
quite a bit different and the rear fork has some suspension.

Mikael
 
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Joshua Goldberg

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I used Gist and it does do German to English, Think it is called Gist in time. I remved it, so I
don't have a link to it.
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> "Mikael Seierup" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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> > Challenge Hurricane lookalike framekit but in carbon.
> > http://members.lycos.nl/cobrabikes/photoalbum.html As far as I can decipher 999 euro for frame
> > and boom.
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> I went to babblefish for a translation and nothing appropriate was
apparent.
> Any translation engine suggestions?
 
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Dave Larrington

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www.worldlingo.com does Dutch and makes a reasonable fist of translating the page, though of course
it doesn't know the technical terms.

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Joshua Goldberg

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Worldlingo confusd me...it implies that it is NOT a free service. That cannot be correct?? I used
"Gist" free for 2 years and it translates an entire document...not just individual words or phrases.
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> www.worldlingo.com does Dutch and makes a reasonable fist of translating
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> page, though of course it doesn't know the technical terms.
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> Dave Larrington - http://legslarry.crosswinds.net/
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Dave Larrington

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You can pay Worldlingo to translate it properly with a human translater, but
http://www.worldlingo.co.uk/products_services/worldlingo_translator.html does machine translation
free, gratis and for nothing. Plus it's the only one I've yet found which does Dutch.

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Gary Fritz

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"Dave Larrington" <[email protected]> wrote:
> You can pay Worldlingo to translate it properly with a human translater, but
> http://www.worldlingo.co.uk/products_services/worldlingo_translator.htm l does machine translation
> free, gratis and for nothing.

That's worldlingo.com, not .co.uk. It was hardly a perfect job of translation, but good enough to
get the gist.

"Joshua Goldberg" <[email protected]> wrote:
> I used "Gist" free for 2 years and it translates an entire document... not just individual words
> or phrases.

Gist removed their free translator last year. See http://www.alis.com/translate_online.html

Gary
 
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Dave Larrington

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Gary Fritz wrote:

> That's worldlingo.com, not .co.uk

Either works. Same site with different letters at the top...

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Gary Fritz

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"Dave Larrington" <[email protected]> wrote:
> Gary Fritz wrote:
>> That's worldlingo.com, not .co.uk
> Either works. Same site with different letters at the top...

Huh. Didn't work when I tried it yesterday. Ohwell...
 
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