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PostPosted: Wed Jan 08, 2020 10:00 pm 
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**SOLD**Orange X1 Frame.
I thought this was a '97 as all the components were that year but the frame still has the Canti stop on the swing arm so points to a '96 frame
In fairly good order, all straight, good threads. No dents or dings. Pivot bushes appear fine.
The rear shock is included, i dont know if its fully functionsl and anyway it needs a new mounting bolt.
An Orange seat clamp is included but not pictured.
Think it's a medium, I'm 5' 10" and it fits me well.
WAS £75.00 NOW REDUCED TO £65.00 inc UK Postage or collect from Gaydon, Warwickshire.
Now listed on ebay 19/01/20


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Quite tempting this. Was going to ask you to measure it but then decided the last thing I need is another project.

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bluetomgold wrote:
Quite tempting this. Was going to ask you to measure it but then decided the last thing I need is another project.

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It will fit you, go on you know you're worth it..
As it's you I'll throw in the stem :D


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Thanks, but stop. ;)


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I too am strangely drawn to this for a bit of FS fun :D

Just a couple of questions, as I know the square root of nada about these!

I'm assuming 1 1/8" Head Tube. What seat post size would this need?
Is the shock mounting bolt easy to source? I'm guessing that it's just a M8 bolt or something similar?


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I too am strangely drawn to this for a bit of FS fun :D

Just a couple of questions, as I know the square root of nada about these!

I'm assuming 1 1/8" Head Tube. What seat post size would this need?
Is the shock mounting bolt easy to source? I'm guessing that it's just a M8 bolt or something similar?


Hi mate.
It's 1 inch steerer, Orange being a little late to the 1 & 1/8th party
The seat tube is shimmed down to 27.2 *correction 26.4* Not sure what it be without shim. I may have an Orange post to fit.
The shock mounting bolt/nut is fairly standard I think but it's not just an Allen bolt, it has a sleeve. You'd need the nut and bolt. I'm sure it would be easy enough to get one new or on here


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