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PostPosted: Wed Mar 14, 2018 10:45 pm 
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GONE NOW

KEEPING THE PARTS BUT BASIC FRAME NOW FREE TO ANY COLLECTOR THIS WEEKEND

Pics added now, to this post and further down. Note, forks have wear to stantions! But don't appear to leak...this package is CHEAP for a reason!!! :lol:

Will sort out some pics if the slightest bit of interest, but basically as title, I have a Univega Dual Action Team 16" frame, tatty, and missing the shock, but bearings/bushes are all really tight still, with some Judy SL's that are functioning but have seen better days, a mismatched but smooth/functioning Cane Creek/FSA headset, ContolTech One stem with Genesis super light bars, Titec 27mm seat post, a saddle and clamp.

For the lot want £35

Not looking to post for now but guess I will have to if someone really wants it. Meet off A303 Somerset at the Podimore services or somewhere near would be better for me....


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Weekend's a comin', and you just know you need a new project for the spring.... :wink: :wink:


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£35....??! Really, no one interested at this price.....??! :facepalm:


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I think the lack of a shock is what's putting people off. Is this the one that ishaw had up for sale for the same price but with a shock and sans fork/stem/bars?


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Yes, I think you could be right....

It was Ian's, yes, I was having issues with the shock so sold that on, thinking I would get an air one sometime, but....well, it never happened :lol:

Might scrap the frame, transfer the bits onto another frame, and make a cheap hack bike for someone.


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What size shock does it take?


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From memory, 165 x 38....


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I have a few air shocks in the right size if anyone is interested. Basic to decent.


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PostPosted: Fri Mar 23, 2018 8:45 am 
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Thanks Ian, sure that will help someone.

The frame (only) is now free to anyone that wants it and can collect, I've just picked up a really lovely small steel frame I shall transfer the bits on to and make a hack bike. If not claimed this weekend the frame will be scrapped, shame but I've run out of spare space with another one on the way.... :facepalm:


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