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PostPosted: Sun Dec 01, 2019 10:53 pm 
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yakboy wrote:
Loving the San Andreas.. I've been after one for a while but in medium :( . Good luck with the sale but I'm sure it won't stick around for long
Somebody please correct me if I'm wrong, but I thought the main monococque frame (down tube or "boom" tube) and the swing arm on all San Ans were the same, and it was the choice of bolt-on seat tube sub-frame (large or small) plus the different mounting-hole options that determined the size of the frame. Same with the DNA frames.

Am I mistaken? :? Thanks in advance if anyone can set me straight.


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Correct. I have the 94 brochure written by mountain cycle to confirm it.


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My_Teenage_Self wrote:
Correct. I have the 94 brochure written by mountain cycle to confirm it.
I used to see subframes on eBay for awhile, but now it's just for the DNA. Sorry to yakboy if I got his hopes up.


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incorrigible wrote:
My_Teenage_Self wrote:
Correct. I have the 94 brochure written by mountain cycle to confirm it.
I used to see subframes on eBay for awhile, but now it's just for the DNA. Sorry to yakboy if I got his hopes up.


No problem, I may be sorted soon as may have found what I am looking for in Austria :D (Fingers crossed)


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Did you manage to take any further pics yet please?


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Did you manage to take any further pics yet please?


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