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 Post subject: Quasar linkage forks
PostPosted: Mon Oct 09, 2006 11:43 am 
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Forgive my ignorance especially if this has been answered elsewhere before, however I have an old book on mountain biking (great photos of all sorts of bikes from mid 90's BTW) and I happened to notice a bike with some linkage type forks with Quasar written on the side. They look very similar to Girvin Vectors down to the shiny silver stanchions. I do seem to recall these a few years back but can't find anything on the net about them.

Can anybody shed any light?


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Ain't no party like an S Club party
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Remember a test in MBUK on these. They got pretty slated I think because they had the links in the wrong place or something and so didn't move properly...! I think the article ended saying that there was a revised version being worked on but can't really remember and haven't got the mag to hand. Would have been late 94 to early 95 I think?


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