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PostPosted: Tue Nov 14, 2006 7:15 pm 
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J'aimerais te faire travailler avec mon cadre!!!!!!!!!!!!! (excuse-moi pour mon francais, mais je l'ai etudié seulement pour deux annés)
Are you a professional or what?

So... you are French, cchris2lou (another Kokopelli owner) is French and I'm Italian. Didn't they sell Kokos in the UK?


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PostPosted: Tue Nov 14, 2006 7:29 pm 
Gold Trader / PoTM Winner / RB Rider
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they did sell them in the Uk .

Kris and I got ours in england . :wink:
they were only sold in europe , never in the states .


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were these not made by a euro manufacturer ?
vaugley remember a tie up with someone italian
may be way off here but.....
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PostPosted: Tue Nov 14, 2006 8:51 pm 
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novekili wrote:
J'aimerais te faire travailler avec mon cadre!!!!!!!!!!!!! (excuse-moi pour mon francais, mais je l'ai etudié seulement pour deux annés)
Are you a professional or what?

So... you are French, cchris2lou (another Kokopelli owner) is French and I'm Italian. Didn't they sell Kokos in the UK?


tu parles bien Français! félicitations!!

not professional,just "hobby"

Cchris2lou :aide moi pour mon mauvais Anglais!!!

Le cadre était fabriqué pour le marché Européen en 1994/95,pour faire un modéle "économique" ,les haubans pliés comme les FRO étant beaucoup plus cher a fabriquer!


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the frame was made in the same factory as the other ones , but it had a different design to keep the cost down .

look at the mech hanger and you ll understand . :wink:


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That derailleur hanger makes me shudder indeed, mais une Yeti est une Yeti! :mrgreen: -turquoise emoticon!


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